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.
After a successful start to the season, the Cincinnati Reds make their first road trip of the year as they take on the Arizona Diamondbacks.
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.
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.
After an off day, the St Louis Cardinals and the Cincinnati Reds resume their three-game opening weekend series at Great American Ball Park.
The Cincinnati Reds have agreed to deals with Michael Lorenzen, Jesse Winker, Tyler Mahle, Noe Ramirez, and Amir Garrett for 2021.
Leaving the 2021 team salary level exactly where it currently is (without any additions) would, in theory, bring the team back to break-even in player payroll expense over the past two seasons after a significant loss in 2020.
13 days ago, the Cincinnati Reds woke up with a 20-26 record and a 17.1% chance of reaching the postseason. Tonight, the Reds beat the Minnesota Twins to reach the postseason. The Reds have won 10 of their last 12 games with their backs against the wall.
The Cincinnati Reds start a three game series against the Minnesota Twins as the chase for a 2020 playoff spot continues in Minneapolis.
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.
And so it continues. Another decent pitching effort is wasted by a complete lack of Cincinnati Reds offensive production in a 3-0 loss to the Chicago Cubs.