The Cincinnati Reds (60-93) will begin their final road trip tonight against the Pittsburgh Pirates (56-97) at 6:35 PM. The Reds need to go 3-6 or better in their final nine games to avoid 100 losses this season.
It has been a trying season for the Cincinnati Reds - especially for the Reds bullpen. When it was announced that it would be a bullpen game for the Reds in the second game of today's double-header, there was c... Read More...
The Cincinnati Reds (82-77) will begin their final series of the 2021 season tonight at 6:35 PM against the Pittsburgh Pirates (59-100). The Reds are 12-4 against the Pirates this season. The Reds have not won 14 games against the Pirates in a season since 1957.
The Cincinnati Reds (78-73) season was already on life support and they were down 5-0 last night. The Reds fought back with nine unanswered runs against the Pittsburgh Pirates (56-94) for 9-5 win to stay within 3.0 games of the Cardinals and give themselves a punchers chance over the last 11 games. The Reds and Pirates are scheduled to meet again tonight at 6:40 PM, although there is a big threat of rain this evening. The Reds are virtually in must-win mode the rest of the season and all eyes will be in Milwaukee to see if the Brewers can finally slow the Cardinals down.
The Cincinnati Reds (75-69) have not been playing their best baseball, but the Reds took over sole possession of the NL second wild card spot during the off-day yesterday when the Padres lost 9-1 to the Giants. The Reds control their own destiny now with a half game lead in a crowded race. The Reds magic number is 19.
It has only been four games, but the energy and passion from the 2021 Cincinnati Reds is palpable. Since a nightmare first inning on Opening Day, the Reds have played inspired baseball. They have competed in every at-bat. Each pitcher has stepped into their role and thrived. The Reds fell behind early tonight, but the offense kept grinding out at-bats until they finally broke through.
The Cincinnati Reds (60-68) will try to avoid being swept by the lowly Pittsburgh Pirates (54-75). The Pirates have not won three straight games since July 1-3, and they have not swept a series since late June.
The Cincinnati Reds (60-67) will try to rebound from a disastrous 9th inning loss yesterday. The Reds will play game 2 of their 11-game road trip against the Pittsburgh Pirates (53-75) tonight at 7:05 PM.