The Cincinnati Reds look to wrap up a series win against its NL Central rival Pittsburgh Pirates at Great American Ball Park on the afternoon of May 29.
The Reds played a baseball game tonight, Friday, May 17, in which nothing of any importance happened. The Dodgers won; the Reds lost; and that's about it.
The Cincinnati Reds pitching staff has taken a huge leap forward this season, and one major change is the way they're using the four-seam fastball.
Votto and Puig both got the Reds off to a big start in the first inning. Anthony DeSclafani could not hold the early lead and struggled through four innings. Eugenio Suarez hit a game tying home run in the fifth inning, and Derek Dietrich had a bloop RBI single in the seventh inning to give the Reds the lead for good.
The Cincinnati Reds (17-22) are coming off consecutive shutout wins in the Bay Area. The Reds will look to keep it going tonight at 9:05 PM against the San Francisco Giants (16-22).
Despite an onslaught of bees, the Reds blew out the Giants to tie the four-game series. Fans won both Chik-Fil-A and pizza for the Reds conquests.
Shortstop Jose Iglesias came through with a late home run to back up a solid pitching performance and give the Cincinnati Reds a win over the New York Mets.
Cincinnati Reds pitcher Anthony DeSclafani had a rough year in 2018. What has he changed in 2019 that could lead to rediscovering his former success?
The Reds beat up on the St. Louis Cardinals as a great way to kick off a seven game roadtrip. Peraza, Votto, Suarez, Winker and Puig all hit home runs. It was the first time in Reds history that batters hitting 9 through 4 in the order all homered in the same game.
The Cincinnati Reds (10-14) will take on the first place St. Louis Cardinals (15-9) tonight at 8:15 PM in the first of three games at Busch Stadium. The Reds are 9-6 in their last 15 games, and they are 3-1-1 in their last five series. The Cardinals have won five straight games, including a three-game sweep over the Brewers earlier this week.