The Cincinnati Reds have a lot of choices to make this offseason when it comes to cleaning up the 40-man roster.
Hunter Greene made a rehab start with the Triple-A Louisville Bats on Thursday night and the Cincinnati Reds pitcher looked good on the night.
The Cincinnati Reds have activated Mike Moustakas from the injured list. Joey Votto also underwent surgery and it was more than expected.
The Cincinnati Reds have placed Mike Moustakas on the 10-day injured list with a calf strain and called up infielder Alejo Lopez from Triple-A.
Justin Dunn allowed a home run to the second batter he faced, making his first start in 14 months in the big leagues. Dunn was able to settle in, and work through 4.2 innings on a strict pitch count limit. The Reds offense could not find a way to get much going on the evening. Even worse, the Reds lost both Jonathan India and Mike Moustakas to injuries in the fourth inning.
Nate is joined by Cincinnati native Joe Farfsing to discuss the last week in Reds-land. They then determine the top storylines of the season in the most obvious way possible - using Top Gun quotes! https://... Read More...
The Cincinnati Reds have placed infielder Mike Moustakas on the injured list and called up Max Schrock from Triple-A Louisville.
The twenty-two year old phenom Hunter Greene gave the Cincinnati Reds six brilliant innings, allowing just one run with 9 strikeouts. Nick Senzel delivered his first career walkoff hit in the 10th inning to give the Reds their fourth walkoff win since Sunday. The Reds have clinched their first series win at home since the end of May.
It has been a trying season for the Cincinnati Reds - especially for the Reds bullpen. When it was announced that it would be a bullpen game for the Reds in the second game of today's double-header, there was c... Read More...
The struggles for Mike Minor with the Cincinnati Reds continued on Saturday night in San Francisco. Minor allowed three home runs in the pitcher friendly Oracle Park - in route to a 9-2 loss to the Giants.
The Cincinnati Reds entered play on Friday having lost seven straight games, but Graham Ashcraft held the Giants in check through a career high eight innings to stop the Reds skid.
Tyler Mahle threw nine shutout innings for the Cincinnati Reds, but the Reds needed to play 12 innings to seal the victory.