The Cincinnati Reds (5-6) had their three game win streak snapped last night. They will look to start a new streak tonight at 7:10 PM as their four game series with the Cleveland Indians (6-6) shifts north up I-71.
Sonny Gray and the Cincinnati Reds fell behind 2-0 early, but it didn't spell doom on this night. Nick Castellanos and Joey Votto each homered to help the Reds win their third consecutive game. The Reds have gone from 2-5 to 5-5 in a span of less than 36 hours.
Mike Moustakas and Nick Senzel are back! It's been a rough start to the season for the Cincinnati Reds (1-4), but the news of those two guys returning to the lineup certainly had to put a jolt through the locker room. The Reds don't have time to mess around as they are already three games behind the Chicago Cubs (4-1) in the NL Central. Game 3 of 4 is tonight at 6:40 PM at GABP.
The Cincinnati Reds (1-2) are not off to the start to the season they were hoping for and most expected. The Reds bullpen let them down in a big way the last two days. The Reds will have no time to lick their wounds as they kick off a four game series against the Chicago Cubs (2-1) tonight at 6:40 PM at Great American Ballpark.
Jesse Winker might be as important as any Reds player in 2020. They need Winker to stay healthy to keep their lineup strong most nights in the NL Central.
The Cincinnati Reds (60-68) will try to avoid being swept by the lowly Pittsburgh Pirates (54-75). The Pirates have not won three straight games since July 1-3, and they have not swept a series since late June.
The Cincinnati Reds (60-67) will try to rebound from a disastrous 9th inning loss yesterday. The Reds will play game 2 of their 11-game road trip against the Pittsburgh Pirates (53-75) tonight at 7:05 PM.
The Cincinnati Reds travel to Pittsburgh to take on the Pirates in a Friday night match up to start a series between the two NL Central rivals.
The Cincinnati Reds (53-58) will go for a quick two game series sweep against the Los Angeles Angels (56-58) tonight at 7:10 PM. A win tonight would make the Reds 4-0-1 in their last five series. The Reds are 52-50 over their last 102 games.
The 2019 Cincinnati Reds (52-58) certainly aren't boring. The Reds somehow, someway found a way to split a four game series against the first place Braves in Atlanta. The Reds now head home where they will play 13 of the next 16 games.
Well, it was quite the interesting night in Cincinnati. I won't even attempt to break it down and will just direct you to Jeff Carr's recap. Somehow, someway the Cincinnati Reds (49-56) and the Pittsburgh Pirates (47-60) will try to play a baseball game about 14 hours later at 12:35 PM. The Reds are going for their third consecutive series win. Oh....and it's hug watch during today's game as the trade deadline will be right around the conclusion of today's game. Buckle up.
The Cincinnati Reds (49-55) will host the Pittsburgh Pirates (46-60) at 7:10 PM on the eve of the 2019 MLB Trade Deadline. The Reds have won 5 of the their last 7 games. Meanwhile, the Pirates have lost 9 straight games, their longest losing streak since 2011.