The Cincinnati Reds late season collapse continued with another loss to the lowly Pittsburgh Pirates on Tuesday night.
The Cincinnati Reds (78-73) season was already on life support and they were down 5-0 last night. The Reds fought back with nine unanswered runs against the Pittsburgh Pirates (56-94) for 9-5 win to stay within 3.0 games of the Cardinals and give themselves a punchers chance over the last 11 games. The Reds and Pirates are scheduled to meet again tonight at 6:40 PM, although there is a big threat of rain this evening. The Reds are virtually in must-win mode the rest of the season and all eyes will be in Milwaukee to see if the Brewers can finally slow the Cardinals down.
Joey Votto homered twice as the Cincinnati Reds pulled off a big comeback win on Monday over the Pittsburgh Pirates in a must-win game.
Kyle Farmer and the Cincinnati Reds are looking to go on a run over the final two weeks of the season starting tonight against the Pirates.
The Cincinnati Reds have placed catcher Tyler Stephenson on the injured list and called up Mark Kolozsvary from Triple-A Louisville.
The Reds and Cardinals have both been teams with a lot of ups and downs this season. The Reds have fought back from so much this season. They gained 8.0 games on the Cardinals in 15 days from May 30-June 13. The Reds were 9.5 games behind the Padres on July 1st. Let's see if the Reds have one more rollercoaster hill in their favor.
The Dodgers scored six runs off of Wade Miley in 3.0 innings as Los Angeles beat the Cincinnati Reds 8-5 on Sunday afternoon.
Jonathan India and the Cincinnati Reds will be taking on Clayton Kershaw and the Los Angeles Dodgers this afternoon.
The Cincinnati Reds lost 5-1 to the Los Angeles Dodgers on Saturday as Max Scherzer and the bullpen held the Reds to just three hits.
The Cincinnati Reds have called up TJ Friedl, activated Art Warren from the injured list, and put Jesse Winker and Shogo Akiyama on the IL.
Sonny Gray takes the mound as the Cincinnati Reds take on Max Scherzer and the Los Angeles Dodgers this afternoon.
Luis Castillo set the tone early and often with a dominant performance. He gave the Reds 6.1 innings of shutout baseball in arguably his biggest start of the season. Luis Cessa and Michael Lorenzen finished the job for a big Reds victory. The win just happened to be the Reds 77th win of the season, which is their most in as a season since 2013.