First the good news. Raisel Iglesias is set to make his first start of the season. The Reds are playing on the road against the LA Angels at 4:10 p.m. ET. You can hear the broadcast on WSAI-1360 or watch it on streaming. Here’s the rest of the lineup: Jose Peraza CF Eugenio Suarez […]

The competition surrounding Reds’ rotation is generating most of the hubbub at camp, but with Homer Bailey and John Lamb unfit for the start of the season, a safe assumption can be made that in some order, Anthony DeSclafani, Raisel Iglesias, Michael Lorenzen, Brandon Finnegan, and Jon Moscot will occupy the five starting spots to […]

Final R H E Cincinnati Reds (63-84) 4 7 3 Milwaukee Brewers (62-86) 8 12 0 W: Pena (2-0) L: DeSclafani (9-11) Box Score |Fangraphs Positives: –Jay Bruce had a whale of a day, going 2-3 with two homers, two RBI’s, a walk, and three runs scored. Bruce’s first homer was particularly spectacular, a second […]

With the Reds’ record being what it is, some of you are wishing for Bryan Price’s team to lose their way to a better draft pick. I understand the logic in rooting for losses now. And I often find myself tempted to pull for rock bottom with the hope it might be the catalyst for […]

The Chicago Cubs (74-56) look for revenge tonight against the Cincinnati Reds (54-76) in game two of this three game series. The Reds ended a very ugly August (.276 Wpct) on a winning note last night. Meanwhile, the Cubs ended their best month of the season (.679 Wpct) having lost five of their last six […]

The first wave of September call-ups will land at Wrigley Field today. The Reds called up catcher Ramon Cabrera and recalled pitcher Carlos Contreras. Reds call up catcher Ramon Cabrera. 25-years-old, .290/.343/.353 in AAA. Contact hitter, no power. 20% CS rate. Possible pinch hit-type. — Doug Gray (@dougdirt24) September 1, 2015 Cabrera can serve as […]

Final — 13 innings R H E Cincinnati Reds (34-37) 5 17 2 Pittsburgh Pirates (40-32) 4 11 2 W: Villareal (1-2) L: Scahill (2-4) FanGraphs Win Probability | Box Score The Good –Todd Frazier had three hits, including an RBI single in the first, and he tied the game with a two-run homer in […]

It would be wrong to complain about the Reds offense lately. They’ve scored the third most runs this month in the National League. But tonight, they were stymied by Justin Nicolino who was making his first major league start. Less than three weeks ago, the 23-year-old gave up 7 earned runs in 3 innings to […]

The Cincinnati Reds (16-17) are playing for a series victory and .500 record in the final game of this three game series against the Atlanta Braves (15-18). They are expecting sunny skies and a game time temperature of 64 degrees for the final 2015 regular season meeting between these two clubs. The Braves are sending […]

Atlanta isn’t a good baseball team. They have a couple nice players. Freddie Freeman can hit and Andrelton Simmons can pick it. But that’s about it. All things considered, the former team from Milwaukee might be as bad as the current team from Milwaukee. After tonight’s loss for the Reds, the two teams have identical […]

Bryan Price kept spinning the chamber and it came up Jumbo Diaz. Through a combination of ineffective pitching and his own horrendous fielding, Diaz allowed five runs in the top of the eighth inning. The reliever entered the game with the Reds behind 3-2 lead and after Ryan Braun belted a grand slam the score […]

Mesa, Arizona hosted the largest crowd for a Cactus League game in history on Friday when 15,331 showed up to see the Reds beat the Cubs 5-2 and improve their March record to 2-2. A massive thank you to Nick Kirby for letting me have this recap and for making Redleg Nation’s first WordPress table/boxscore […]