The Cincinnati Reds (27-52) have lost five of six, but they are hoping that the return of Nick Lodolo to the Reds rotation can be a positive boost. It won't get any easier against the NL East leaders as the Mets have Max Scherzer on the mound tonight at 6:40 PM.
The Cincinnati Reds have acquired right-handed reliever Ian Gibaut from the Los Angeles Dodgers and made several other roster moves Tuesday.
The Cincinnati Reds have activated infielder Donovan Solano from the injured list prior to their series against the Los Angeles Dodgers.
Nick Lodolo took another step on his rehab towards rejoining the Cincinnati Reds over the weekend, striking out 6 batters in 2.0 innings.
Jonathan India has returned from the injured list after a rehab stint in Triple-A, but that was just one of several Reds roster moves.
Cincinnati Reds starting pitcher Nick Lodolo is set to begin a rehab assignment on Monday in Arizona at the team complex.
Nick Lodolo felt back soreness after throwing on Friday and will remain on the Cincinnati Reds injured list.
The Cincinnati Reds have placed left-handed pitcher Nick Lodolo on the 10-day injured list and activated Mike Moustakas.
The Reds got their first lead of the week in the first inning when Tommy Pham finally got his first extra-base hit as a Red. The Friars faithful for some reason decided to boo the .039 hitter, and Pham returned the favor with a 424 foot blast into the left field seats. The Reds offense had plenty of good chances early in the game, but could not find a way to get any more runners across the plate off Padres starting pitcher, Sean Manaea. The Reds lost their 7th straight game to fall to 2-9 overall.
There are only five starting pitchers remaining in spring training, so why didn't the Cincinnati Reds name Nick Lodolo as one of them?