The Short Version: Behind two homers and 5 RBI from Johnny Bench and superb pitching from Gary Nolan and Will McEnaney, the Big Red Machine sweeps the New York Yankees and wins their second consecutive World Series championship! Final — Game 4 R H E Cincinnati Reds (4-0) 7 9 2 New York Yankees (0-4) […]

The Short Version: The Reds won. I don’t know how to act. Final R H E Miami Marlins (11-20) 1 5 0 Cincinnati Reds (8-24) 4 7 0 W: Romano (2-3) L: Chen (1-1) S: Iglesias (4) FanGraphs Win Probability | Box Score The Good –Sal Romano gave up one run on three hits and […]

Jason Linden joined me again for this week’s episode of Redleg Nation Radio, but the conversation was a little different than our usual fun and games. We called out the Cincinnati front office for refusing to be honest with fans leading up to the 2018 season, and made a demand of the powers that be… […]

You may know that Jason Linden and I do a little moonlighting over at Cincinnati Magazine. We’ve written a few pieces over there in the last week that I think you might be interested in reading. Go check them out, share them on your various social media accounts, then come back and tell us how […]

If you’re like me, you waste too much time thinking about the Cincinnati Reds. Also, you’re an Adam Dunn fan. If that describes you, you’re going to love this: Chad DotsonBlame Chad for creating this mess. Chad launched Redleg Nation in February 2005, and has been writing about the Reds ever since. His first book, […]

The Short Version: No offense. Horrible defense. Swept by a team who actually tried to improve their roster in the off-season. I tire of this. Final R H E Milwaukee Brewers (19-13) 3 12 1 Cincinnati Reds (7-24) 1 4 3 W: Miley (1-0) L: Castillo (1-4) S: Jeffress (2) FanGraphs Win Probability | Box […]

The Short Version: Reds get some timely hitting, including four RBI from Eugenio Suarez, but the bullpen is unable to hang on to the lead (with an assist from some shaky umpiring). Cincinnati loses again. Final R H E Milwaukee Brewers (17-13) 6 9 0 Cincinnati Reds (7-22) 5 7 1 W: Woodruff (1-0) L: […]

Everyone has a story. Reds Hall of Famer George Foster is telling one of his tonight in Cincinnati, and we told him we’d help get out the word. Here are the specifics: Buy us some peanuts and Cracker Jack, we’re kicking off Spring Training by taking everyone out to the ballgame with true, personal stories […]

The Short Version: Tyler Mahle pitches another outstanding game and, after taking a day off, the Reds offense returned on Sunday. You know what that means: for the first time in 2018, the Cincinnati Reds won a series against another major league baseball team! Final R H E Cincinnati Reds (7-21) 8 14 0 Minnesota […]

In what was definitely not a major league game, Cincinnati’s top prospect Nick Senzel was injured this afternoon. This injury occurred in Toledo, not Minneapolis. #Reds top prospect Nick Senzel may have injured himself diving for a ground ball. He is leaving @Louisville's game against @MudHens after rolling on his wrist. — John Wagner (@jwagnerblade) […]

The Short Version: One day after collecting 20 hits and 15 runs, the Reds return to form with a one run outing, and the Twins snapped an eight-game losing streak. The Cincinnati Reds: Good For What Ails Ya’. Final R H E Cincinnati Reds (6-21) 1 6 2 Minnesota Twins (9-13) 3 8 0 W: […]

We were goofing around on Instagram — (follow us on Instagram: @redlegnation) — and our buddy Cam Miller upped the ante over on Twitter: pic.twitter.com/L5KVaOqjam — Cam Miller 🎥 (@cammillerfilms) April 23, 2018 Good slogan for the current version of the Reds? Or maybe we should just burn the whole thing to the ground? We […]