Michael Lorenzen isn't ruling out re-signing with the Cincinnati Reds. That and more in this week's Reds Notebook.
The Reds fell behind 4-0 on Friday evening in a stadium that understandably felt lifeless. The Reds 2021 season is virtually over, but as this team has shown time and time again they never quit. They once again came roaring back. The Reds are now two wins away from finishing at least .500. It would be just the 4th time in the last 20 full seasons that the Reds finish at .500 or better.
The Reds offense had a big night against an NL Cy Young contender for the second time in 12 days. The Reds scored 4 runs off Corbin Burnes. He entered the game having only allowed 1 run in his last 3 starts (21.0 IP). Unfortunately for the Reds, Michael Lorenzen did not have it for the first time in 2021. The Brewers scored 4 runs in the 7th inning to erase the Reds 4-1 lead.
The Cincinnati Reds try for a second consecutive win over the Miami Marlins as they chase the San Diego Padres for a wild card berth
Ozzie Albies' two-out, three-run 11th inning homer off Lucas Sims gave the Atlanta Braves an 8-6 win over the Cincinnati Reds Wednesday at Truist Field in Atlanta.
Tyler Mahle pitched one of his best starts of the year at Great American Ball Park, leading the Cincinnati Reds to a 3-2 victory and a four-game sweep of the Pittsburgh Pirates.
Jonathan India homered twice and Joey Votto homered for the 7th straight game as the Cincinnati Reds beat the New York Mets on Friday.
The Cincinnati Reds did not make any trades on Friday as the trade deadline came and went. But they did activate Michael Lorenzen from the IL
The Cincinnati Reds will send Nick Senzel on a rehab assignment to Triple-A. We've also got updates on several other injured players.
The Cincinnati Reds have called up relievers R.J. Alaniz and Edgar García from Triple-A Louisville to provide bullpen help.