I’m 23. In my lifetime, the Reds have 3 winning seasons I can actually remember — Joe Cheek (@Joe_Cheek) September 24, 2018 I saw this tweet last week and nearly gasped. We all know things have been difficult and disappointing in Redleg Nation for many years. But my experience as a Reds fan beginning in […]

The 66-94 Reds host the 81-78 Pirates in this season’s penultimate game at Great American Ball Park today at 4:10 Eastern time. In this series of season-ending game previews, we took a look at what we’ve learned this year about the position players on Friday. Tomorrow we’ll review what we’ve learned this year about the […]

As the Cincinnati Reds mercifully open their season-ending three-game series against the Pirates tonight at 6:40 Eastern time at Great American Ball Park, pretty much everyone is glad that this forgettable season is coming to an end. It’s the fourth straight season with 90-plus losses, a team record. There are some positive signs buried in […]

As was the case Saturday, the start time of today’s finale to the four-game series with San Diego has been changed. Today’s change is from the original scheduled start time of 1:10 p.m. to 4:10 Eastern time, due to weather considerations. The forecast for the time period during the game: CINCINNATI @Reds FORECAST: Take the […]

Surprise! The start time of today’s Reds-Padres game at Great American Ball Park has been moved up one hour to 3:10 p.m. Eastern time. Today’s Reds/Padres game is now slated to start at 3:10PM EST. The game time adjustment is being made based on weather models showing our best possible window to get today’s game […]

A signal that there may still be some desire by the Cincinnati Reds front office and ownership to win baseball games was transmitted at midday today from Great American Ball Park: At a season ticket holder luncheon, Riggleman announced that Tyler Mahle will replace Homer Bailey in the rotation #Reds — Mark Sheldon (@m_sheldon) September […]

The Reds will take time prior to tonight’s game at Great American Ball Park against the Padres to remember the victims of a senseless tragedy earlier today: Statement from the #Reds on today’s shooting in Cincinnati that left 4 dead: pic.twitter.com/zHAFBMThHJ — Justin Kinner (@1410Kinner) September 6, 2018 For the many Redleg Nation readers who […]

Emotions ran high during last night’s doubleheader nightcap in Washington, D.C. Bryce Harper got hit in the knee by an Austin Brice 84-mph-curveball, and later, Jesus Reyes hit the first batter he faced in the majors, Spencer Kieboom. Pretty unlikely that either had any intent. But in the eighth inning, Phillies reliever Ryan Madson hit […]

Anyone know the last time the Reds swept a doubleheader? They have the chance beginning at 7:05 Eastern time at Nationals Park in the second game of a day-night doubleheader against the Nationals. The Reds took the first game 7-1, with Phillip Ervin starring on offense and Anthony DeSclafani pitching well over seven innings. Starting […]

The Reds play game two of a four-game road set against the Washington Nationals today at 1:05 Eastern time at Nationals Park. It’s the first half of a day-night doubleheader prompted by Friday night’s rainout. The Reds hope to break a three-game losing streak that has come on the heels of three straight wins against […]

Update #Reds will play a split doubleheader tomorrow. https://t.co/oMShNWqdNa — Bobby Nightengale (@nightengalejr) August 3, 2018 In the wake of the Reds’ third straight defeat Thursday night, Manager Jim Riggleman said he, General Manager Nick Krall and Executive Advisor Walt Jocketty would be discussing some matters, including Tyler Mahle’s fourth straight terrible start. There is […]

While some in Redleg Nation believe the passage of the trading deadline left the team in a state of limbo – notably, not unloading Matt Harvey, who will be a free agent after the year – your friendly neighborhood correspondent offers an opposing viewpoint. The trade of Adam Duvall gave the clear signal that Jesse […]