The Cincinnati Reds (58-89) will welcome the Boston Red Sox (71-75) tonight at 6:40 PM to Great American Ballpark for the first time since 2017. The Reds are just 2-13 all-time in regular season games against the Red Sox
The Cincinnati Reds have reportedly traded outfielder Tommy Pham to the Boston Red Sox.
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The twenty-two year old phenom Hunter Greene gave the Cincinnati Reds six brilliant innings, allowing just one run with 9 strikeouts. Nick Senzel delivered his first career walkoff hit in the 10th inning to give the Reds their fourth walkoff win since Sunday. The Reds have clinched their first series win at home since the end of May.
Cincinnati picked up a win to open the series in Chicago but they couldn't follow up and lost the rest of the series.
The Cincinnati Reds can gain a winning series tonight with a victory over the Arizona Diamondback in Phoenix.
The Cincinnati Reds and Arizona Diamondbacks open a 3 games series tonight at Chase Field in Phoenix. The Reds can earn a .500 road trip by winning this series.
Cincinnati Reds outfielder Tommy Pham has been suspended for three games for slapping Joc Pederson on Friday during batting practice.
The Cincinnati Reds can log a series win this afternoon in a rubber match game versus the Milwaukee Brewers in Cincinnati
The Cincinnati Reds hope to achieve their first 3 game winning streak of the season Tuesday versus the Milwaukee Brewers
Tommy Pham and Mike Moustakas combined with four extra base hits off the great Brewers starting pitcher Brandon Woodruff, but it wasn't nearly enough to stop the Reds from adding on to their worst start in franchise history. Tyler Mahle only lasted 3.1 innings as he struggled with his command. The Reds have now lost 17 of 18 to fall to 3-20 on the season. The Reds are now 12.5 games back in the NL Central.
The Cincinnati Reds fell to the Colorado Rockies 10-4 on Friday night as they fall to 3-17 on the season and inch closer to a historic start.