13 days ago, the Cincinnati Reds woke up with a 20-26 record and a 17.1% chance of reaching the postseason. Tonight, the Reds beat the Minnesota Twins to reach the postseason. The Reds have won 10 of their last 12 games with their backs against the wall.
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.
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' bats continued their early-season slumber tonight, as the team recorded only six hits against a replacement Chicago Cubs starter and a bullpen that prior to tonight has been consistently raked over the coals. The 8-5 loss to Chicago dropped the Reds to 1-4 in a 60-game season in which avoiding a bad start was seen as critical to any team's hopes of success.
It was a tough week for the Cincinnati Reds in this week's randomized simulation of the 2020 Major League Baseball season.
Week one of the randomized 2020 Cincinnati Reds simulated season is behind us. Let's take a look at how things worked out for the Reds.
Cincinnati Reds shortstop Freddy Galvis will reportedly miss the next 5-7 days due to quad strain suffered earlier this week.
The 2020 ZiPS projections are available on the Cincinnati Reds. There are a few surprised, including a bounce back by Joey Votto.
There's a new defensive statistic for infielders using the Statcast data. How do the Cincinnati Reds stack up across the infield?
Could the Cincinnati Reds and the New York Yankees be a perfect match in the trade market? Maybe not yet, but it could be coming.