The Cincinnati Reds are reportedly considering trading Sonny Gray, but are telling teams that Luis Castillo and Tyler Mahle are off limits.
There was a lot that went wrong for the Reds pitching staff in 2021, but Cincinnati also had some things go very right for them, too.
After a disappointing 9-2 loss in the opener of this final three game series, the Reds try to rebound against the Pirates at PNC Park Saturday night.
The Cincinnati Reds (78-73) season was already on life support and they were down 5-0 last night. The Reds fought back with nine unanswered runs against the Pittsburgh Pirates (56-94) for 9-5 win to stay within 3.0 games of the Cardinals and give themselves a punchers chance over the last 11 games. The Reds and Pirates are scheduled to meet again tonight at 6:40 PM, although there is a big threat of rain this evening. The Reds are virtually in must-win mode the rest of the season and all eyes will be in Milwaukee to see if the Brewers can finally slow the Cardinals down.
The Reds and Cardinals meet at Busch Stadium Friday night for the first of a three-game weekend series which has 2021 playoff implications.
The Reds offense had a big night against an NL Cy Young contender for the second time in 12 days. The Reds scored 4 runs off Corbin Burnes. He entered the game having only allowed 1 run in his last 3 starts (21.0 IP). Unfortunately for the Reds, Michael Lorenzen did not have it for the first time in 2021. The Brewers scored 4 runs in the 7th inning to erase the Reds 4-1 lead.
Tyler Mahle pitched one of his best starts of the year at Great American Ball Park, leading the Cincinnati Reds to a 3-2 victory and a four-game sweep of the Pittsburgh Pirates.
The Cincinnati Reds bullpen did it again as they blew another lead late in the game as they fell to the Minnesota Twins 7-5.
The Cincinnati Reds (56-50) have won three consecutive series, and they will try to keep it going this week against an easier schedule than they've seen in some time. The Reds will host the Minnesota Twins (44-... Read More...
Tyler Stephenson's eighth-inning sacrifice fly completed a Cincinnati Reds comeback for a 6-5 win, their fifth straight over the St. Louis Cardinals, in front of 30,605 fans at Great American Ball Park.
The Cincinnati Reds will host the St. Louis Cardinals tonight as they open a 3-game weekend set against their NL Central rivals.