Joey Votto (Photo: Redleg Nation Staff)

Reds drop first game in Toronto in Votto’s return

Luis Castillo gave the Reds six very strong innings in Toronto, but it was not enough on this night. The Reds offense had a lot of action all night on the basepaths, but outside of a Matt Reynolds RBI single in the 7th inning, just could not find another big hit to drop.
Photo: Redleg Nation Staff Mike Moustakas

Pham, Moustakas homers not enough to stop Reds from falling to 3-20

Tommy Pham and Mike Moustakas combined with four extra base hits off the great Brewers starting pitcher Brandon Woodruff, but it wasn't nearly enough to stop the Reds from adding on to their worst start in franchise history. Tyler Mahle only lasted 3.1 innings as he struggled with his command. The Reds have now lost 17 of 18 to fall to 3-20 on the season. The Reds are now 12.5 games back in the NL Central.
Tyler Stephenson (Photo: Doug Gray)

Cincinnati Reds vs Milwaukee Brewers – May 3, 2022

The Cincinnati Reds (3-19) will travel to Wisconsin to start a three game series with the first place Milwaukee Brewers (15-8) tonight at 7:40 PM. The Reds have the worst record in baseball, they are off to their worst start in franchise history and have lost 17 of 18 games. The Brewers have won 5 of 6, and since starting the season 4-5, they have gone 11-3.
Photo: Matthew Kirby

Reds fall to 3-18, matching worst start in franchise history

The final game of the month of April was a near perfect representation of the brutal first month of the season for the Cincinnati Reds. The Reds finish the month of April with a record of 3-18. That ties the 2018 team for the worst start in franchise history. The Reds are now just one loss away from the worst start in franchise history. The Reds have lost 9 in a row on the road.
Reiver Sanmartin

San Diego Padres vs Cincinnati Reds – April 26, 2022

The Cincinnati Reds (3-13) finally ended their 11 game losing streak on Sunday with a 4-1, well played win against the Cardinals. The Reds got to take something positive into an off-day yesterday, and they will look to win two games in a row for the first time in 2022 tonight at 6:40 PM against the San Diego Padres (10-7).
Mr. Redlegs (Photo: Doug Gray)

Pham and Lodolo strong rebounds not enough to stop Reds 7th straight loss

The Reds got their first lead of the week in the first inning when Tommy Pham finally got his first extra-base hit as a Red. The Friars faithful for some reason decided to boo the .039 hitter, and Pham returned the favor with a 424 foot blast into the left field seats. The Reds offense had plenty of good chances early in the game, but could not find a way to get any more runners across the plate off Padres starting pitcher, Sean Manaea. The Reds lost their 7th straight game to fall to 2-9 overall.
Hunter Greene (Photo: Doug Gray)

Hunter Greene destroys records, but Reds drop 5th straight game

Hunter Greene threw 39 pitches above 100+ in his hometown of Los Angeles. Greene dominated the mighty Dodgers for five innings. Unfortunately for Greene and the Reds, an elite hitter in Trea Turner caught up to a fairly well located 98.9 MPH fastball and blasted it into the left field seats. Greene would leave later in the inning after 80 pitches, but finished the night throwing just shy of 50% of his pitches above the century mark.
Reiver Sanmartin

Reds lose third straight despite Aquino and Drury’s heroics

The Cincinnati Reds fell behind 3-0 early on Thursday night with an assist to some tough luck to opener, Luis Cessa. The Reds for all their flaws, never quit. Aristides Aquino had looked as bad as you possibly could in his first two trips to the plate, but battled back from an 0-2 count to make it a 1-run game in the 6th inning.
Photo: Redleg Nation Staff Mike Moustakas

Reds show off improved defense, but bats go cold in loss to Atlanta

Vladimir Gutierrez gave up two runs in the first inning, but the Reds pitching held up their end after that. The Reds bullpen has only allowed 4 runs through 13.1 innings this season as they held the Braves scoreless for 4.2 innings tonight. The Reds fought back in the 9th, just like they did 24 hours ago, but once again were one run short. Pham walked with 2 outs and Votto drove him in, but Aquino popped out to end the game.
PNC Park (Photo: Ben Beard)

Cincinnati Reds at Pittsburgh Pirates – October 1, 2021

The Cincinnati Reds (82-77) will begin their final series of the 2021 season tonight at 6:35 PM against the Pittsburgh Pirates (59-100). The Reds are 12-4 against the Pirates this season. The Reds have not won 14 games against the Pirates in a season since 1957.