The Cincinnati Reds' 3-2 loss to the Milwaukee Brewers tonight sets up what can only be described using the inimitable words of Marty Brennaman as a "titanic struggle" Wednesday night.
If you are a member of this community, chances are very good that you have invested a substantial portion of your life following the Cincinnati Reds. The folks here are people who I would definitely call die-hards.
Anthony DeSclafani appeared to be tipping his pitches on Thursday night, putting the Cincinnati Reds in an early 9-0 hole.
The Pittsburgh Pirates have now won 23 of the last 32 games they have played against the Cincinnati Reds after tonight's 9-6 victory. Keep in mind that Pittsburgh has finished fourth or fifth in the National League Central Division for each of the past three seasons. For the Reds, a too-little-too-late comeback attempt was futile.
Contrary to popular belief, statistics show that Cincinnati Reds manager David Bell isn't taking his starters out of games too early.
The Cincinnati Reds and Milwaukee Brewers meet at 7:10 eastern time tonight in game 2 of their current three game series at Miller Park.
The Cincinnati Reds announced some changes to their starting rotation for the rest of the week as they shuffle the order moving forward.
Cincinnati Reds left-handed pitcher Wade Miley is heading to the injured list. Right-handed starter Anthony DeSclafani will be activated to take his place.
The Cincinnati Reds rotation is expected to be good this season. But there's reason to believe they'll outperform the projections, too.
In this week's randomized Cincinnati Reds simulations it was outfielder Nick Castellanos who put together another big stretch.
Jesse Winker took advantage of his playing time for the Cincinnati Reds in this week's randomized Cincinnati Reds simulations.