The Cincinnati Reds (60-93) will begin their final road trip tonight against the Pittsburgh Pirates (56-97) at 6:35 PM. The Reds need to go 3-6 or better in their final nine games to avoid 100 losses this season.
The Cincinnati Reds (59-91) will play the second game of a four-game series at Great American Ballpark against the Milwaukee Brewers (80-70) tonight at 6:40 PM. The Brewers enter play 2.5 games out of the final NL wild card spot.
The Cincinnati Reds (58-89) will welcome the Boston Red Sox (71-75) tonight at 6:40 PM to Great American Ballpark for the first time since 2017. The Reds are just 2-13 all-time in regular season games against the Red Sox
The Cincinnati Reds (53-79) will start a three game series at Wrigley Field tonight at 7:40 PM against the Chicago Cubs (56-78). The Reds are surprisingly 24-25 in their last 49 games, and 50-57 since the 3-22 start.
Two of the hottest teams in the National League will square off for three games at Citi Field starting tonight at 7:10 PM. The Cincinnati Reds (44-63) are 16-9 in their last 25 games and 6-1-1 in their last 8 series. The New York Mets (70-39) have won 12 of their last 14 games.
The Cincinnati Reds (38-60) will wrap up their homestand with three games against the Baltimore Orioles (50-49) starting tonight at 6:40 PM. The Reds and Orioles will meet for the first time since 2017. The Reds have played the Orioles just 12 times since the start of inter-league play in 1997, the fewest of any opponent.
The Cincinnati Reds (29-54) continue their 11-game homestand tonight at 6:40 PM against the Tampa Bay Rays (45-37). The Rays enter play on Friday in second place in the AL East and hold the American League #1 wild card spot (there are 3 spots this year).
The Cincinnati Reds (27-52) have lost five of six, but they are hoping that the return of Nick Lodolo to the Reds rotation can be a positive boost. It won't get any easier against the NL East leaders as the Mets have Max Scherzer on the mound tonight at 6:40 PM.
Cincinnati picked up a win to open the series in Chicago but they couldn't follow up and lost the rest of the series.
The Cincinnati Reds (23-40) will return home for a 6-game homestand starting against the Milwaukee Brewers (35-30) tonight at 6:40 PM.
The Cincinnati Reds (20-37) will look to rebound from a disappointing homestand against the St. Louis Cardinals (32-26) starting tonight at 8:15 PM. The Reds lost 3 of 4 to the last place Washington Nationals and then had to settle for a split against the Diamondbacks after winning the first two games of the four game series. Meanwhile, the Cardinals were swept by the Rays in Tampa to start this week.
The Cincinnati Reds (19-35) are coming off a rained-shortened, yet dominant 7-0 win last night over the Arizona Diamondbacks (26-30). Hunter Greene pitched the best game of his young career and continued the Reds recent strong run of starting pitching. The Reds starters have a 3.44 ERA (3rd in the NL) and 1.07 WHIP (1st in the NL) since May 12th. The Reds will hope to keep that run going against the Diamondbacks this evening at Great American Ballpark at 6:40 PM.