Luis Castillo's resurgence continued, but the Cincinnati Reds lost in extra-innings to the first place Milwaukee Brewers Saturday night.
The Cincinnati Reds will host the Milwaukee Brewers as the race for the National League Central title kicks off in the second half.
The Cincinnati Reds had not made it to the All-Star break with a winning record in seven years. That changed on Friday night in Milwaukee. The Reds clinched their first winning record in the first half since 2014. The Reds are now 23-14 in their last 37 games, and they are 6.0 back in the NL Central. The Reds are also now 31-14 vs the NL Central since September 13, 2020.
The Cincinnati Reds (45-42) will try to rebound from a tough loss last night against the Milwaukee Brewers (53-36).
Things were looking really good for the Cincinnati Reds, until they weren't. The bullpen melted and blew a 6-1 lead to the Royals.
The Cincinnati Reds and Milwaukee Brewers square off tonight, both of whom are 11-3 over their last 14 games in an NL Central battle.
There is no team in baseball with a better record than the Cincinnati Reds' 11-3 mark since May 29th. Aristides Aquino put the Brewers to bed for good in his first start back of the IL with a two-run bomb. The Reds won 10-2 to get to within three games back in the loss column behind the Brewers and Cubs.
The Cincinnati Reds (28-30) are coming off a very deflating loss yesterday to the Milwaukee Brewers (34-26), when they lost Sonny Gray. The two teams will do battle again tonight at 7:10 PM. The Reds enter play 5.0 games behind the first place Brewers in the NL Central.
The good vibes were flowing for the Cincinnati Reds until Sonny Gray injured himself warming up for the 4th inning in a loss to the Brewers.
The Cincinnati Reds are in desperate need of a win to stop the bleeding of a four game losing skid as they face off against the Brewers.
The Reds entered play on Friday having not scored in 23 consecutive innings. David Bell put out a lineup that featured Matt Davidson, Curt Casali and Christian Colon in the heart of the order. The Reds of course scored 6 runs in the 2nd inning, started off by a Kyle Farmer RBI-double and capped with a Matt Davidson 3-run bomb. Trevor Bauer continued his dominance, and he is a legit early season NL Cy Young candidate. The three game losing streak is over.
The Cincinnati Reds (40-44) will go for a series win against the first place Milwaukee Brewers (46-41) this afternoon at 2:10 PM. The Reds have crept with 4.5 games of first place in the NL Central, and they are just 3.5 back from the second wild-card spot. The Reds are now 11-6 in their last 17 games against the Cubs and Brewers.