Hey, a win. Cool.

Final R H E Minnesota Twins (40-36) 7 9 0 Cincinnati Reds (35-40) 11 17 0 W: Adcock (1-1) L: Pelfry (5-5) FanGraphs Win Probability | Box Score The Good â... Read More...

Better with the home runs

After trying baseball for a game without hitting a couple home runs, the Cincinnati Reds decided their project worked better with the long ball, as Joey Votto, Todd Frazier and Jay Bruce continue to carry th... Read More...

Game of Groans

A second inning of Burke Badenhop proved to be a bridge too far. With Aroldis Chapman resting peacefully in Savelandia, the Cubs got back-to-back hits in the bottom of the 11th inning to plate the winning ru... Read More...

Reds beat the Cubs in the 10th

The Reds offense was able to score three runs in the first inning off Cubs starter Jason Hammel, and chased him after just four innings. Reds ace Johnny Cueto however could not hold an early lead. Cueto gave up... Read More...
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Reds at Cubs – June 11th, 2015

The Cincinnati Reds (27-31) begin a four game series at Wrigley Field against the Chicago Cubs (31-26). The Reds are riding a four game winning streak, including a three game sweep of the Phillies at Great A... Read More...

This Week on the Farm

The Reds started out the week sending Devin Mesoraco and Jason Bourgeois down to Louisville on rehab assignments.  Then Brandon Phillips (groin) and Billy Hamilton (hand) promptly suffered nagging day to day... Read More...

This Week on the Farm

While the Reds are in Philadelphia inventing new ways for their bullpen to blow up, we'll check out the farm system and see if there's anything down there to spark our interest and maybe give us some hope.  ... Read More...

The Way Forward

The Cincinnati Reds have come to a crossroads. As with any business, there comes a time when the high-paid suits need to make some difficult, important decisions to better the organization. For the Reds, that t... Read More...

This Week on the Farm

How time flies when we are having fun.  We are already about one third of the way through the minor league season.  Hitters are fast approaching 200 PA and SP are right about 50 IP already.  Given the ... Read More...