The Cincinnati Reds complete their all Chicago week today with a matinee versus the White Sox. Sonny Gray and Dallas Keuchel are the starters.
The Chicago White Sox and Cincinnati Reds open a 2 game interleague series tonight at GABP in Cincinnati
Joey Votto hit his 300th career home run and Eugenio Suárez snapped an 0-26 slump in the Cincinnati Reds win over the Chicago Cubs.
The Cincinnati Reds have placed Jonathan India on the injured list and recalled outfielder Mark Payton. That's led to an interesting lineup.
The Cincinnati Reds go for the series win tonight against the Los Angeles Dodgers in the second game of their three-game series.
In today's Cincinnati Reds notebook we look at a dominant performance from Tejay Antone, a great story about Joey Votto, and more.
Eugenio Suárez homered, but the Cincinnati Reds 6-game winning streak came to an end in a loss to the Arizona Diamondbacks on Saturday.
It was another day with impressive hitting in run-producing situations and for power, as the Cincinnati Reds won their fourth in a row and fourth out of five games out of the gate with a 14-1 win over Pittsburgh. Some in Redleg Nation and beyond will cite small sample size before being willing to consider that this might be the start of something big. I will certainly admit that it's too early to say anything other than maybe all of last year's bad BABIP luck is reversing itself in less than a week's time. It's also very fair to suggest that for at least the past two days, they have been playing against essentially a Class AAAA team.
It has only been four games, but the energy and passion from the 2021 Cincinnati Reds is palpable. Since a nightmare first inning on Opening Day, the Reds have played inspired baseball. They have competed in every at-bat. Each pitcher has stepped into their role and thrived. The Reds fell behind early tonight, but the offense kept grinding out at-bats until they finally broke through.
Tejay Antone threw his fastball harder than ever. That's just one of the things we learned about the Cincinnati Reds against the Cardinals.
A six-run third-inning outburst put the Cincinnati Reds ahead to stay in their first win of the 2021 season. But what they'll be talking about for the coming days and perhaps longer is the flaring of tempers in the bottom of the fourth inning.