Every pitcher who goes through the early years of his major league career on an average to below-average effectiveness path wants to have a story like Kevin Gausman can tell after he beat the Cincinnati Reds, 4-0, for the San Francisco Giants Wednesday evening.
Catchers Tucker Barnhart and Tyler Stephenson have formed a solid duo behind home plate for the Cincinnati Reds, both offensively and defensively.
The Chicago White Sox and Cincinnati Reds open a 2 game interleague series tonight at GABP in Cincinnati
Tucker Barnhart's 10th inning RBI single put the Cincinnati Reds in front for good in a win over the Arizona Diamondbacks on Friday night.
It was another day with impressive hitting in run-producing situations and for power, as the Cincinnati Reds won their fourth in a row and fourth out of five games out of the gate with a 14-1 win over Pittsburgh. Some in Redleg Nation and beyond will cite small sample size before being willing to consider that this might be the start of something big. I will certainly admit that it's too early to say anything other than maybe all of last year's bad BABIP luck is reversing itself in less than a week's time. It's also very fair to suggest that for at least the past two days, they have been playing against essentially a Class AAAA team.
The first place Cincinnati Reds (2-1) will kick off a 3-game series against the Pittsburgh Pirates (1-2) tonight at 6:40 PM.
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 have a new catcher tandem in 2021. But how will David Bell split the time between Tucker Barnhart and Tyler Stephenson?
Chris Garber and I bring you the latest Cincinnati Reds news, including Tucker Barnhart's second Gold Glove award (and what it means for his future), Trevor Bauer's first Cy Young (it's inevitable, right?) and ... Read More...
Cincinnati Reds catcher Tucker Barnhart was named the Rawlings Gold Glove Award winner for the 2020 season. It is his second Gold Glove.
Cincinnati Reds catcher Tucker Barnhart and outfielder Shogo Akiyama are both nominated for a Gold Glove Award in 2020.
The Cincinnati Reds beat the Chicago White Sox thanks to a big night from Joey Votto at the plate and a strong start by Tyler Mahle.