The Cincinnati Reds (75-69) have not been playing their best baseball, but the Reds took over sole possession of the NL second wild card spot during the off-day yesterday when the Padres lost 9-1 to the Giants. The Reds control their own destiny now with a half game lead in a crowded race. The Reds magic number is 19.
The Cincinnati Reds (72-63) are down to 27 games remaining in the baseball season as they cling to 0.5 game lead for the final playoff spot in the National League. The Reds will begin a three game series with the Detroit Tigers (63-72) at GABP tonight at 7:10 PM. The Tigers might have the exact opposite record as the Reds and be 9-games below .500, but make no mistake about it - this will be one of the most difficult series remaining on the calendar for the Reds.
The Cincinnati Reds (70-59) enter play on Friday with a 2.0 game lead for the second NL wild card spot with 33 games left to play. The Reds will travel down to south Florida to play three games against the Miami Marlins (53-75) starting tonight at 7:10 PM. The Reds swept the Marlins in a four game series in Cincinnati last weekend. The Marlins did win their last two games against the Nationals, but prior to that had lost 8 straight games. The Marlins are 9-15 in August.
Two of the hottest teams in baseball will square off for the first of three games tonight at Truist Park in Atlanta at 7:20 PM. The Cincinnati Reds (61-52) are 10-3 in their last 13 games, and they have played .619 baseball since May 30th with a 39-24 record. The Atlanta Braves (57-55) have won 5 of 6 to revive a season that was put on life support. They are just 2.0 games back now in the NL East, a division the Reds would be leading by a game and half if they were in it.
The Cincinnati Reds (56-50) have won three consecutive series, and they will try to keep it going this week against an easier schedule than they've seen in some time. The Reds will host the Minnesota Twins (44-... Read More...
It was a wild day around baseball with the trade deadline. The Cincinnati Reds (54-49) remained quiet today, banking on their moves from earlier this week. The Reds enter play on Friday with the best record in the National League at 15-9 in the month of July. They will start a series with the NL East leading New York Mets (54-47) in Queens, NY tonight at 7:10 PM.
37 year old, Joey Votto continues to defy all logic with his 2021 season. The future first ballot hall-of-famer hit two home runs and made an incredible defensive play. Amir Garrett finished off the Cubs in the bottom of the 9th, and left Javier Baez in the on-deck circle.
The Cincinnati Reds will host the St. Louis Cardinals tonight as they open a 3-game weekend set against their NL Central rivals.
The Cincinnati Reds will host the Milwaukee Brewers as the race for the National League Central title kicks off in the second half.
The Cincinnati Reds (45-42) will try to rebound from a tough loss last night against the Milwaukee Brewers (53-36).
The Cincinnati Reds (44-40) will put their five-game win streak on the line tonight at 8:10 PM against the Kansas City Royals (35-49).