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.
The return date for Cincinnati Reds outfielder Nick Senzel remains uncertain. Pitcher Wade Miley could be back on the mound soon, though.
Cincinnati Reds outfielder Nick Senzel began working out at Prasco Park today. He's missed most of the last two weeks on the injured list.
The Cincinnati Reds (9-11) are finally back on the field after four days off due a positive COVID-19 test. The Reds will travel to St. Louis tomorrow for a massive four game series this weekend, but first things first they will play a doubleheader today against the Kansas City Royals (9-14). Friendly reminder these games today will only be 7 innings each. That seems to be a massive advantage for the Reds with Castillo and Bauer on the mound. The Royals have the 10th best bullpen ERA in the MLB also, so two less innings minimizes that some.
The Cincinnati Reds placed Nick Senzel on the injured list, activated Mike Moustakas for the injured list, and announced the rotation.
The Pittsburgh Pirates have now won 23 of the last 32 games they have played against the Cincinnati Reds after tonight's 9-6 victory. Keep in mind that Pittsburgh has finished fourth or fifth in the National League Central Division for each of the past three seasons. For the Reds, a too-little-too-late comeback attempt was futile.
Reds outfielder Nick Senzel appears to be fine after leaving the game Friday night with a groin injury. Pedro Strop may need an IL stint.