Last week I lamented the lack of humorous material in the Reds’ season of late, yearning for the September call-ups so we could do all sorts of future projections. But then this Wednesday, lo and behold, the MLB goes and announces Players Weekend, complete with nicknames on jerseys. Ask and you shall receive I guess. […]

Over the past 15 months, no pitcher has started more games for the Reds than Tim Adleman. While that sentence alone tells you pretty much everything you need to know about the ongoing state of the rebuild, this is not an attempt to question the decision-makers who sent a 29-year-old who’s rarely mentioned as a […]

I’ve been watching too much soccer lately, partly because the Reds are awful and partly because it’s a nice way to kill time, but mostly because the U.S. men’s team is one of the most unintentionally exciting teams to watch. To be clear, the men’s team isn’t good. They aren’t bad either, they’re just sloppy. […]

It’s a fun question to ponder, but settling on an answer was harder than I expected. I’ve never witnessed a no-hitter or perfect game, never seen someone homer four times or collect hit #4,192, and never experienced division-clinching walk-off heroics. After mentally rewinding through three decades of fandom (and taking a quick glance through some […]

[This report was submitted by loyal Nation member Jimmy Adams, aka VaRedFan. Thanks, Jimmy!] Friday June 23, my son Justin, who is home after his 1st year of college at VMI (Virginia Military Institute), and I took the 3 hour drive north to Washington from Southeastern Virginia, to catch a couple of games against the […]

[This report was filed by faithful Nation member Joe Rettig back in April, right after he attended this game in St. Louis against the Cardinals. We love posting reports from Reds road games. Thanks, Joe!] The second game of the St. Louis series ended the same as Opening Day and the main reason was the […]

Let’s take a trip back in time. I’m talking about going way, way back to June 8th – some twelve long days ago. If you’ll remember, back on June 8th, the Reds were putting the finishing touches on a four game sweep of the rival St. Louis Cardinals. Sitting at 29-30, just one game under .500 and into the […]

It’s been a rough couple of weeks in Redleg Nation. After losing nine straight, the Reds finally snapped their losing streak tonight against the Tampa Bay Rays. Hope seems to be just over the horizon – young players are finally getting their shot, and old players might be ready to hang them up. Players we […]

A series of roster moves today: The Reds announced on Monday that they have placed on the 10-day disabled list veteran pitcher Bronson Arroyo and shortstop Zack Cozart, summoning prospects Jesse Winker and Ariel Hernandez to Cincinnati in their stead. Arroyo’s trip to the DL is due to shoulder troubles, while Cozart will rest a […]

A new day brings the Reds a fresh chance to snap the current losing streak which stands at 9 following Sunday’s 8-7 loss to the Dodgers at GABP. Here is what manager Bryan Price had to say about the Reds current situation: The @Reds have now lost 9 straight. Skipper Bryan Price on how his […]

After losing 10-2 on Saturday, making it five losses against the Dodgers this season and eight straight overall, the Reds will try to salvage at least one win Sunday at GABP. First pitch is set for 1:10 ET. During this losing streak, the Reds have been outscored 53-23. They’ve scored only 16 runs in five […]

The Reds appear to have a contending offense, defense, and bullpen, and yet, they remain under .500. Their struggles can be easily traced to an underwhelming starting rotation. Reds pitchers who have started more than one game are as follows: Bronson Arroyo Scott Feldman Tim Adelman Asher Wojciechowski Rookie Davis Lisalverto Bonilla Amir Garrett Only […]