A 9-0 Cincinnati Reds lead after three innings was overcome by the Pittsburgh Pirates, who won 13-12, before 29,680 at Great American Ball Park. It was the unquestioned dagger to the heart of Cincinnati Reds fans who continue to hope that their team could somehow earn a 2023 playoff berth. But the pitching staff's inability to hold a nine-run lead over the final six innings was the story on an evening that the Reds offense scored 12 runs on 16 hits.
Toronto dominated every aspect of the game in defeating the Cincinnati Reds, 10-3, before 31,529 at Great American Ball Park.
Walks haunted the Cincinnati Reds pitching staff this afternoon in a 4-2 loss to the Pittsburgh Pirates in the first game of a day-night doubleheader before 28,731 at PNC Park. Final R H E Cincin... Read More...
Lefthander Brandon Williamson pitched masterfully to help the Cincinnati Reds break a six-game losing streak and defeat the Miami Marlins, 5-2, before 17,389 at Great American Ball Park. Final R H E ... Read More...
Three consecutive sixth-inning solo homers powered the Cincinnati Reds to their fourth straight win, 4-2 over the Arizona Diamondbacks before 40,625 at Great American Ball Park.
Will Benson's three-run third-inning homer was the difference as the Cincinnati Reds ended a six-game losing streak, defeating the San Francisco Giants 3-2 before 19,205 at Great American Ball Park.
The Cincinnati Reds' losing streak reached six games tonight with two losses to the San Francisco Giants before 26,569 at Great American Ball Park.
An eighth-inning downpour at Great American Ball Park led to Monday night's game being suspended with the game tied, 2-2. It will be resumed Tuesday at 5:40 p.m. Eastern time with one out in the top of the eighth inning.
Former Reds Wade Miley and Jesse Winker led the Milwaukee Brewers to a 1-0 win over the Cincinnati Reds before 32,848 at American Family Field.
Nick Senzel made the game's biggest defensive and offensive plays in the final two innings to pace the Cincinnati Reds to a 5-4 10-inning victory over the Washington Nationals before 10,064 at Nationals Park.
A 13-hit attack led the Cincinnati Reds to their seventh straight victory, a 10-3 win over the Houston Astros before 40,136 at Minute Maid Park.
A five-run second inning stood up for the Cincinnati Reds in a 5-4 victory over the Kansas City Royals before 16,931 at Kauffman Stadium.