Trade Returns for Chapman

Staring at a 13-game deficit in the division, the Reds should be considering “sell mode” as the next logical step for this season. Certainly, the players, writers, and fans are all aware of it. Itâ... Read More...

Week 7: Separation Anxiety

Not a whole lot has changed among the four non-Cincinnati teams in the National League Central from last week, but the middle of the pack has has become a little less clustered together. That's largely thanks t... Read More...

Good Byrd Vs. Bad Byrd

Remember when we all hated that Marlon Byrd was our starting left fielder? That was a pretty grim couple of weeks—a period of time when folks like Kevin Gregg and Burke Badenhop were effective double-age... Read More...

We Have a Walk-Off!!!

Michael Lorenzen scored his first major league run on a Devin Mesoraco pinch-hit walk-off double. Not too shabby, kid. FINAL R H E Atlanta Braves (15-18) 3 9 1 Cincinnati Reds (16-17) ... Read More...

Brandon Phillips: Singles Hitter

While the Reds’ bats last night were about as quiet as a middle-aged father at a Miley Cyrus concert, one hitter kept his recent form going with a 2-for-3 night—Brandon Phillips. Dat Dude notched ... Read More...

The Difference in DeSclafani

I don’t think anybody could be blamed for taking a little time to revel in the lopsidedness of the Mat Latos trade early on. Though most were lukewarm about shipping him out for the return of Anthony DeS... Read More...

Cardinals Preview: The Pitching

Hey, remember that time when we were talking about the St. Louis offense and how it’s not really all that great? Wasn’t that fun? Why don’t we all take a second to hold on to that feeling, ... Read More...

Cardinals Preview: The Offense

The once-vaunted St. Louis offense was anything but last season as the Cardinals managed only 619 runs scored for the year, their lowest such total since the abbreviated seasons in 1994 and 1995 and their l... Read More...