The Cincinnati Reds' 3-2 loss to the Milwaukee Brewers tonight sets up what can only be described using the inimitable words of Marty Brennaman as a "titanic struggle" Wednesday night.
The Cincinnati Reds beat the Chicago White Sox thanks to a big night from Joey Votto at the plate and a strong start by Tyler Mahle.
The Cincinnati Reds look to use the energy created from a walk-off win Tuesday to get a win against the Royals tonight at GABP.
The Cincinnati Reds and Milwaukee Brewers meet at 7:10 eastern time tonight in game 2 of their current three game series at Miller Park.
Nick Castellanos has been an absolute terror for pitchers in the league since joining the Cincinnati Reds.
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 Reds have found out what most in the American League have: Shane Bieber and Mike Clevinger are really good pitchers. The Reds could only muster 3 hits on the night and were shutout for the first time this season.
Sonny Gray and the Cincinnati Reds fell behind 2-0 early, but it didn't spell doom on this night. Nick Castellanos and Joey Votto each homered to help the Reds win their third consecutive game. The Reds have gone from 2-5 to 5-5 in a span of less than 36 hours.
The Battle for Ohio is back! The Cincinnati Reds and the Cleveland Indians begin a four game series tonight, with the first two at Great American Ball Park.
Now that's more like it. Starting what is clearly their best lineup for the first time since Opening Day, the Cincinnati Reds scored a convincing 12-7 victory over the Chicago Cubs to break a four-game losing streak. Mike Moustakas, Nick Senzel and Tucker Barnhart returned to the lineup from absences of varying reasons and powered the Reds to a 9-0 lead after six innings.
The Cincinnati Reds' bats continued their early-season slumber tonight, as the team recorded only six hits against a replacement Chicago Cubs starter and a bullpen that prior to tonight has been consistently raked over the coals. The 8-5 loss to Chicago dropped the Reds to 1-4 in a 60-game season in which avoiding a bad start was seen as critical to any team's hopes of success.