The Cincinnati Reds were the comeback kids and the disappointing bullpenners in the span of 20 minutes on Thursday night in San Diego.
Jesse Winker's third home run of the game in the top of the ninth inning against Cardinals relief ace Alex Reyes propelled the Cincinnati Reds to a stirring 8-7 victory and a four-game series sweep against St. Louis.
Wade Miley's 2021 magic took a night off at Coors Field as the Cincinnati Reds fell to the Colorado Rockies 9-6 on Friday night.
Last night's good vibes did not carry over for the Cincinnati Reds, who were pounded by the Cleveland Indians, 9-1, today. As wonderful as the Friday Wade Miley no-hitter felt from a Reds fan standpoint, today's steamrolling by the light-hitting Indians brings up some questions that this team will need to consider if they truly hope to contend.
The Cincinnati Reds came from behind against the Los Angeles Dodgers bullpen to secure a series win on Tuesday night.
The Cincinnati Reds hope to break their seven-game losing streak tonight in a 10:10 p.m. start against the Dodgers at Dodger Stadium. Before you surrender to the notion that this is shaping up as a no-win situation, keep in mind that the Dodgers have lost five of their last seven. After their 13-2 start, L.A. has come back to earth a bit. Cody Bellinger is injured and out of the lineup. As you'll see below, Manager Dave Roberts' lineup tonight is not exactly Murderer's Row.
The Cincinnati Reds have called up relievers Ryan Hendrix and Heath Hembree for their road trip that begins in St. Louis tonight.
The Cincinnati Reds have added Tony Santillan, Tyler Stephenson, Tejay Antone, and Ryan Hendrix to the 40-man roster.