Tyler Mahle’s six inning, one hit shutout performance against the Cubs on Monday has Reds fans everywhere dreaming big about this young man. But let’s take that dream even further and ask the question: “Can he win NL Rookie of the Year this season?” It’s not uncommon for pitchers to win the award. In the […]

In the days leading up to Opening Day, we’ll be previewing The State Of The Reds at every single position on the field. Check out the previous installments of our Redleg Nation 2018 Season Preview series: —Catcher —Second Base —Third Base —Shortstop —Center Field —Right Field —Bullpen If there is one position that the Reds are OK […]

In the long history of the Cincinnati Reds, there have been seven Rookie of the Year winners. Most were in the 1960s, with three different players winning during that decade. For all but one year (1966), the Reds had a winning record when a Red won the award. Four of the seven were All-Stars the […]

This week, the Cincinnati Reds will embark on its annual caravan across four states of “Reds country.” As players, coaches, executives and fans gear up for the last large event before baseball begins a new season, let’s go back to the last event of the offseason and relive some of the moments I witnessed at […]

It’s been a rough season for the Reds in terms of wins and losses, but that’s not how a rebuilding team is measured. If you’ve watched this team day in and day out, you’ve seen encouraging progress. Fans are always looking for something new, something they can find to hold onto the hope that one […]

It all comes down to this. The Cincinnati Reds (66-86) and St. Louis Cardinals (79-72) have played 18 games in 2017. Both teams have won nine games. If the Reds can win at Great American Ball Park tonight, the Reds will have won a season series against the Cardinals for the first time since 2011. […]

The Cincinnati Reds (66-85) will try to bounce back from last night’s 8-7 extra inning loss to the St. Louis Cardinals (78-72) in the second game of this three-game series tonight at Great American Ball Park. First pitch is at 7:10 ET. The Reds missed a golden opportunity to crawl with a half game of […]

The Cincinnati Reds (66-84) will try to spoil any postseason chances the St. Louis Cardinals (77-72) have at Great American Ball Park over the next three days. After taking two of three from the Reds in St. Louis last week, the Cardinals ran into a proverbial brick wall over the weekend, as the Cubs swept […]

It’s no secret that 2017 has been a breakout year for 26-year-old Eugenio Suarez. With only a few weeks left in the season, Suarez is batting .273/.380/.488, with 24 home runs, 75 RBI, 76 walks, 82 runs scored, and an OPS of .868. All of the above categories are career highs, with the exception of […]

The Cincinnati Reds will try to rekindle the magic of yesterday’s ninth inning 5-4 victory against the Milwaukee Brewers in the second game of the series tonight at Great American Ball Park. Robert “Bob” Stephenson looks to continue his recent success and will be opposed by another young right-handed pitcher in Zach Davies. First pitch […]

After a quick weekend trip to Pittsburgh in which they won the first game and lost the next two, the Cincinnati Reds (58-79) return to Great American Ball Park for a three-game series against their NL Central counterpart Milwaukee Brewers (72-65). Game time is at 1:10 ET on this Labor Day. The Brewers come into […]

The Cincinnati Reds (55-75) and Pittsburgh Pirates (62-68) battle each other in the rubber match of the finale of this three-game series at 1:10 ET at Great American Ball Park. Starting Pitchers Pitcher IP ERA xFIP K% BB% Tyler Mahle 59.1 2.73 3.61 21.2% 5.4% Jameson Taillon 102.0 4.85 3.75 21.9% 8.2% *Mahle’s stats are […]