Tyler Mahle threw nine shutout innings for the Cincinnati Reds, but the Reds needed to play 12 innings to seal the victory.
The Cincinnati Reds can gain a winning series tonight with a victory over the Arizona Diamondback in Phoenix.
The Cincinnati Reds activated Joey Votto from the injured list, but also placed four players on the restricted list for the trip to Toronto.
The latest rumor from Peter Gammons is that the Cincinnati Reds are willing to discuss trades of Luis Castillo and Tyler Mahle.
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 (3-19) will travel to Wisconsin to start a three game series with the first place Milwaukee Brewers (15-8) tonight at 7:40 PM. The Reds have the worst record in baseball, they are off to their worst start in franchise history and have lost 17 of 18 games. The Brewers have won 5 of 6, and since starting the season 4-5, they have gone 11-3.
Kyle Farmer and the Cincinnati Reds will try to avoid the sweep today in the final game of the series against the Los Angeles Dodgers.
The Cincinnati Reds have named Tyler Mahle as their opening day starting pitcher, though in 2022 that will come on the road in Atlanta.
Tyler Mahle was reportedly drawing interest on the trade market before the lockout - that and other Cincinnati Reds notes for your weekend.
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.