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.
The final game of the month of April was a near perfect representation of the brutal first month of the season for the Cincinnati Reds. The Reds finish the month of April with a record of 3-18. That ties the 2018 team for the worst start in franchise history. The Reds are now just one loss away from the worst start in franchise history. The Reds have lost 9 in a row on the road.
The Cincinnati Reds (3-13) finally ended their 11 game losing streak on Sunday with a 4-1, well played win against the Cardinals. The Reds got to take something positive into an off-day yesterday, and they will look to win two games in a row for the first time in 2022 tonight at 6:40 PM against the San Diego Padres (10-7).
The Cincinnati Reds activated outfielder Tyler Naquin today. They also optioned TJ Friedl and moved Daniel Duarte to the 60-day IL.
Hope is an extremely important, if not the MOST important, emotion associated with being a fan of a particular sports team. Cincinnati Reds fans had their hopes raised considerably today during a 6-3 victory over the defending World Champion Atlanta Braves.
The Reds a season ago had a never say die attitude, and it showed again tonight. The Reds trimmed a 7-0 deficit down to 7-6, and brought the go-ahead run to the plate in Jonathan India. He hit a ball 368 feet, but it was right at Adam Duvall to end the game.
The Cincinnati Reds are reportedly in agreement with free agent reliever Hunter Strickland, who posted a 2.61 ERA in 2021.