Cincinnati Reds outfielder Nick Senzel has been on fire lately, and he's not the only one for the National League Central division leaders.
Eugenio Suárez homered, but the Cincinnati Reds 6-game winning streak came to an end in a loss to the Arizona Diamondbacks on Saturday.
It was another day with impressive hitting in run-producing situations and for power, as the Cincinnati Reds won their fourth in a row and fourth out of five games out of the gate with a 14-1 win over Pittsburgh. Some in Redleg Nation and beyond will cite small sample size before being willing to consider that this might be the start of something big. I will certainly admit that it's too early to say anything other than maybe all of last year's bad BABIP luck is reversing itself in less than a week's time. It's also very fair to suggest that for at least the past two days, they have been playing against essentially a Class AAAA team.
After an off day, the St Louis Cardinals and the Cincinnati Reds resume their three-game opening weekend series at Great American Ball Park.
Eugenio Suárez is likely going to be the Cincinnati Reds starting shortstop according to general manager Nick Krall.
It sounds like Nick Senzel is going to be the every day center fielder for the Cincinnati Reds. That and other notes from Goodyear.
I's finally here. The Cincinnati Reds will play their first playoff game in 2,556 days at 12:08 PM this afternoon against the Atlanta Braves.
Cincinnati Reds outfielder Nick Senzel has been activated for today's double header against the Pittsburgh Pirates.
The Cincinnati Reds recalled José De León, placed Tyler Thornburg on the injured list with an elbow sprain, and sent Matt Davidson to Prasco.
When it rains, it pours, and it poured in Chicago as the Cincinnati Reds lost Jesse Winker, Mike Moustakas, and Tyler Thornburg to injuries.