Albert Almora Jr.'s bases-loaded single in the ninth inning gave the Cincinnati Reds their first walk-off win of the year, 4-3, over the Atlanta Braves, before 21,418 at Great American Ball Park.
Four runs in the final three innings paced the Los Angeles Dodgers over the Cincinnati Reds, 8-4, before 17,334 at Great American Ball Park.
Keston Hiura's seventh-inning solo homer led the Milwaukee Brewers to a 5-4 victory over the Cincinnati Reds, before 21,147 at Great American Ball Park.
Four Arizona Diamondbacks pitchers shut out the Cincinnati Reds on four hits, 7-0, before 11,957 at Great American Ball Park.
Washington Nationals pitcher Josiah Gray showed the Cincinnati Reds why they may regret trading him away by beating the Reds 8-5 before 19,032 at Great American Ball Park.
Cincinnati Reds pitching made four runs scored by the offense over the first three innings hold up in a 4-3 victory over the Chicago Cubs before 11,417 at Great American Ball Park.
Two home runs by Bo Bichette accounted for all of the Toronto Blue Jays' offense in a 3-1 victory over the Cincinnati Reds at Rogers Center in Toronto.
Hunter Greene and Art Warren combined for eight no-hit innings, but three eighth inning walks and a fielders choice groundout plated the game's only run in a Pittsburgh 1-0 victory over the Cincinnati Reds.
Connor Overton and two relievers combined to record the Cincinnati Reds' first shutout of the season, a 4-0 win over the Pittsburgh Pirates at PNC Park.
Four Pittsburgh Pirates runs in the top of the first inning was a deficit the Cincinnati Reds were not able to overcome in an 8-5 Pittsburgh victory before 21,448 at Great American Ball Park.
The Colorado Rockies scored nine runs over the first two innings to leave no doubt as to who would win their game against the Cincinnati Reds today at Coors Field.