The Cincinnati Reds try to rebound from a series loss to the Seattle Mariners in the first of three against the Arizona Diamondbacks at Chase Field.
The Cincinnati Reds duo of starting pitchers of Luis Castillo and Sonny Gray could do something no Reds pitchers have ever done before.
Sonny Gray threw six strong innings before the Reds' bullpen let him down yet again. Phillip Ervin, however, saved the day with an 11th inning walk-off home run.
The Cincinnati Reds trio of starting pitchers of Sonny Gray, Luis Castillo, and Trevor Bauer give you the dream of what could be in the near future.
The 2019 Cincinnati Reds (52-58) certainly aren't boring. The Reds somehow, someway found a way to split a four game series against the first place Braves in Atlanta. The Reds now head home where they will play 13 of the next 16 games.
After last night's fireworks, fights, and trades, the Reds took a calmer approach to deadline day and took the series from the Pirates.
Well, it was quite the interesting night in Cincinnati. I won't even attempt to break it down and will just direct you to Jeff Carr's recap. Somehow, someway the Cincinnati Reds (49-56) and the Pittsburgh Pirates (47-60) will try to play a baseball game about 14 hours later at 12:35 PM. The Reds are going for their third consecutive series win. Oh....and it's hug watch during today's game as the trade deadline will be right around the conclusion of today's game. Buckle up.