The Cincinnati Reds (10-10) have their brooms and are ready to sweep the Milwaukee Brewers (4-17) out of town. Today’s Business Day special features the Major League debut for 23 year old pitching prospect, Michael Lorenzen. Redleg Nation editors Steve Mancuso, Doug Gray, Kevin Michell, and Nick Doran will be at GABP to enjoy this […]

The Cincinnati Reds (8-7) finish out their 10-game road trip in an afternoon game against the Milwaukee Brewers (2-13). After a horrible start in Chicago and St. Louis, the Reds could actually have a 5-5 road trip with a win today. STARTING PITCHERS After showing 2015 year-to-date numbers yesterday, I thought it best to show […]

The Reds dropped a sloppy slugfest to the Brewers late last night, falling to 11-10 this spring. The two teams combined for 24 hits–12 apiece–and 14 runs. Even though only one error made it into the scorebook, the Reds played rushed and unfocused for at least the first three innings. They did show the poise […]

Mike Leake pitched well and Josh Satin was the hero Sunday as the Reds beat the A’s 4-3. Satin hit a 3-run game-tying homer in the 8th and a walk-off RBI single in the 9th. Final R H E  Oakland A’s (13-8) 3 7 0  Cincinnati Reds (9-9) 4 6 1 W: Cingrani (1-0) L: Rodriguez (0-1) | Box Score | Recap | AP Recap | […]

• Ken Rosenthal (Fox Sports) wrote a great post this morning on Reds pitcher Raisel Iglesias, explaining the lengths the Reds organization went to sign the Cuban pitcher. Ask Iglesias why he signed with the Reds, and he will tell you that the franchise is one of the “most historic” in baseball, and that he […]

One of the first pieces of news we received this month was Bryan Price definitively saying Zack Cozart is the Reds’ starting shortstop. As C. Trent’s article explains, Cozart knew he had an abysmal year at the plate and while looking for flaws in his mechanics, found his hands were too far forward, throwing off […]

Box Score A win’s a win even if it doesn’t matter, right? Right? Oh well, the good guys still took home a shutout this afternoon on the back of the strong pitching we’ve been so spoiled with these past couple years. With the offseason changes, it seemed that this staff may fall off the cliff […]

Robert Stephenson has been cleared to throw off a mound. (Fay) Top prospect Stephenson has been cleared to throw off the munod. He was held back a couple of days w/ shoulder. “It feels really good.”#reds — John Fay (@johnfayman) February 22, 2015 A hometown newspaper wrote about Kristopher Negron and the player’s desire to […]

Much attention has been put on the Reds’ situation out there in left field this offseason, leading to the trade for Marlon Byrd. Some think Byrd isn’t a large enough improvement to make a difference in the 2015 Reds. Even if that ends up being the case there still remains another way to drastically improve […]

Unfortunately, we won’t be experiencing the dramatic month that the Reds and their fans had hoped, let alone October. Sure, the team still has 25 games left to play, mostly against NL Central rivals. But for those of us cheering for Bryan Price’s Reds, the expectation that the final four weeks would be a head-to-head […]

[This post was written by Jux Berg, who has his own website at and @bergonsports on Twitter. Thanks, Jux. — spm] An argument can be made that heading into 2014, Cincinnati’s roster was solid enough to return playoff baseball to Great American Ballpark. It just so happened that an incomprehensible ten out of Cincy’s […]

[This post was written by Joe Atkinson, guest columnist from earlier in the season. Thanks, Joe! — spm] I’m throwing in the towel on 2014. There are two schools of thought right now as to how the Reds should face the future: as a team that still has a chance to win this year, or […]