Just what was it that turned the Cincinnati Reds from disappointing dregs after 44 games (19-25) to a team capable of winning 12 of the final 16 against top competition?
Cincinnati Reds starting pitcher Sonny Gray could return to the rotation in the Milwaukee series. Trevor Bauer could pitch on short rest.
When it rains, it pours, and it poured in Chicago as the Cincinnati Reds lost Jesse Winker, Mike Moustakas, and Tyler Thornburg to injuries.
The return date for Cincinnati Reds outfielder Nick Senzel remains uncertain. Pitcher Wade Miley could be back on the mound soon, though.
The Cincinnati Reds made a handful of roster moves this afternoon, including DFA'ing Phillip Ervin and placing Wade Miley on the 10-day IL.
The Reds offense could not get anything going on Saturday night. It has unfortunately become an all too common theme for the 2020 Reds. Kwang-Hyun Kim recorded his first big league win tonight for the Cardinals, as he allowed just 3 hits and 0 walks over six strong innings.
The Cincinnati Reds have activated left-handed starting pitcher Wade Miley for tonight's start and optioned Joel Kuhnel to Prasco Park.
The Cincinnati Reds look to use the energy created from a walk-off win Tuesday to get a win against the Royals tonight at GABP.
Contrary to popular belief, statistics show that Cincinnati Reds manager David Bell isn't taking his starters out of games too early.
Cincinnati Reds left-handed pitcher Wade Miley is heading to the injured list. Right-handed starter Anthony DeSclafani will be activated to take his place.
In a season in which we did not expect rookies to be key figures for the Cincinnati Reds, they were the bright spots on this evening. Catcher Tyler Stephenson and righthander Tejay Antone both made their major league debuts in notable fashions. Unfortunately, that happened because the Reds got behind very early, 6-0, after two innings, as the Chicago Cubs rode that early margin to an eventual 8-7 win. The loss dropped Cincinnati to a 1-3 record in their first four games.