Reds beat writer Mark Sheldon posted a few hours ago on his blog about the Reds September call-ups, as the MLB rosters expand to 40 players today: The Reds will add 10 players to the big league roster now that rosters can expand for September. Recalled from Triple-A Louisville: RHP Carlos Contreras (#53) RHP Daniel […]

Anyone who follows the Cincinnati Reds has a pretty good sense that 2014 has been a bit of a roller coaster for Bryan Price’s team. The Beast at King’s Island comes to mind. “Do not stand up” would have been solid advice for Reds fans on March 31. And keep your hands inside the car. Anyhow, Beyond […]

The Cubs roll into Cincinnati with the Reds riding high on their recent 2-game winning streak. Chicago gets to face Johnny Cueto tonight. Go ahead and bet the ranch on a Reds victory tonight!* Discuss the victory here, Reds fans! Lineup: 1. Hamilton CF 2. Frazier 1B 3. Bruce RF 4. Phillips 2B 5. Ludwick […]

[Ethan Lynn is a 24-year-old graduate student living in Provo, Utah. He attends Brigham Young University where he is pursuing an MA in TESOL. He grew up in Cincinnati and filed this report on the Billings Mustangs, the Reds rookie league affiliate, for Redleg Nation. — Thanks, Ethan!] I grew up my whole life in […]

The Reds and Rockies are playing a day-night doubleheader in Denver today. The first game begins at 4:10 ET and the second starts at 9:10 ET. The second start is the make-up game for yesterday’s game that was cancelled due to a water main break. Mat Latos will pitch the first game, Dylan Axelrod will […]

Devin Mesoraco has burst onto the baseball scene in 2014. He is hitting an incredible .293/.366/.580 with a 161 wRC+ and 3.4 fWAR. Mesoraco’s 161 wRC+ is good 7th best in all of baseball of any player with 300+ PA. Among MLB catchers, Mesoraco has been without question the most productive offensive catcher. Here are […]

The Reds lost a heart-breaker last night to the Marlins. It was a loss that featured some very poor, against the numbers tactical decisions. Let’s break down the 9th inning as orchestrated by Bryan Price. The Reds were down 2-0 entering the 9th. Frazier and Mesoraco lead off the 9th inning with back to back […]

[Editors: This post was written by Seth and Natalie Coyle. Despite opposite rooting interests for four games of the year, Seth and Natalie love going to plenty of Reds games (home and road), the experience of the ballpark and of course the Scoreboard Stumper. Thanks for reporting back to the Nation! — spm] What happens when […]

Taking a cue from his mentor, Bronson Arroyo, Reds pitcher Mike Leake has been speaking his mind about the effort of his teammates and how that relates to action or inaction by the Reds front office. After his successful start in Miami on Sunday, Leake raised the specter of the team “throwing it in.” He specifically […]

Reds manager Bryan Price is trying a new lineup tonight, featuring Jay Bruce batting second and Devin Mesoraco batting clean-up. Other changes include Chris Heisey playing LF and batting fifth and Kris Negron starting at 2B and batting seventh. 1. Billy Hamilton (S) CF 2. Jay Bruce (L) RF 3. Todd Frazier (R) 3B 4. […]

10. June 21: Reds respond with 11-1 win against the Blue Jays [mlbvideo id=”33930697″ width=”400″ height=”224″ /] The day after the Reds blew an 8-0 lead (eventually losing 14-9), the Reds came back with a vengeance the following afternoon. The Reds stomped the Blue Jays 11-1. It was a huge bounce-back win for the Redlegs, […]

With two weeks before the trade deadline, it’s rumor season. Here’s one from former Reds and Nationals GM, Jim Bowden: The Reds are still looking to add a hitter, with Ben Zobrist of the Rays making a perfect match on paper given his positional flexibility and the club’s current injury situation. (Of course, the same could be said of several […]