There is no team in baseball with a better record than the Cincinnati Reds' 11-3 mark since May 29th. Aristides Aquino put the Brewers to bed for good in his first start back of the IL with a two-run bomb. The Reds won 10-2 to get to within three games back in the loss column behind the Brewers and Cubs.
Wade Miley's seven strong innings were backed by a potent 14-hit Cincinnati Reds offensive onslaught in a 10-3 victory at Great American Ball Park against the visiting Colorado Rockies.
The good vibes were flowing for the Cincinnati Reds until Sonny Gray injured himself warming up for the 4th inning in a loss to the Brewers.
Max Schrock -- starting at second base -- homered, tripled and doubled to lead a formidable Cincinnati Reds offensive attack in an 11-1 Memorial Day thrashing of the Philadelphia Phillies at Great American Ball Park.
Four Cincinnati Reds pitchers combined to limit the Washington Nationals to a run on four hits in a 2-1 Cincinnati victory Tuesday night. All three runs in the game were scored on solo home runs.
The Cincinnati Reds came from behind against the Los Angeles Dodgers bullpen to secure a series win on Tuesday night.
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.
A six-run third-inning outburst put the Cincinnati Reds ahead to stay in their first win of the 2021 season. But what they'll be talking about for the coming days and perhaps longer is the flaring of tempers in the bottom of the fourth inning.
The Cincinnati Reds are going to be going with a multiple reliever closer by committee situation to begin the 2021 season.
Today we're looking back at what went right and wrong for Wade Miley, Eugenio Suárez at shortstop, and Sean Doolittle's struggles.
Sean Doolittle had his fastball working for him on Saturday night for the Cincinnati Reds as it showed velocity and movement.
Cincinnati Reds general manager Nick Krall spoke about the shortstop position, who is fighting for a rotation spot and more on Monday.