Justin Dunn allowed a home run to the second batter he faced, making his first start in 14 months in the big leagues. Dunn was able to settle in, and work through 4.2 innings on a strict pitch count limit. The Reds offense could not find a way to get much going on the evening. Even worse, the Reds lost both Jonathan India and Mike Moustakas to injuries in the fourth inning.
Two of the hottest teams in the National League will square off for three games at Citi Field starting tonight at 7:10 PM. The Cincinnati Reds (44-63) are 16-9 in their last 25 games and 6-1-1 in their last 8 series. The New York Mets (70-39) have won 12 of their last 14 games.
It has been a trying season for the Cincinnati Reds - especially for the Reds bullpen. When it was announced that it would be a bullpen game for the Reds in the second game of today's double-header, there was c... Read More...
The Cincinnati Reds have sent catcher Tyler Stephenson on a rehab assignment to Triple-A Louisville as he comes back from a broken thumb.
Tyler Naquin had a big night while on rehab last night with the Louisville Bats, but may have been outdone by Justin Dunn on the mound.
The Cincinnati Reds are sending outfielder Tyler Naquin to join the Triple-A Louisville Bats today so he can begin a rehab assignment.
The Cincinnati Reds hope to achieve their first 3 game winning streak of the season Tuesday versus the Milwaukee Brewers
Tyler Naquin has been activated, Buck Farmer has been designated for assignment as the Cincinnati Reds made several roster moves on Friday.
Cincinnati added two more players to the injured list, placing outfielders Nick Senzel and Tyler Naquin there - making it 15 for the Reds.
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.