The trade deadline is always an exciting time for baseball fans, as contending teams look to add the final pieces for a pennant push and non-contending clubs attempt to shape their rosters for the future. For the better part of the last decade and a half, the Reds have fallen into the latter category, and […]

The Cubs are making a serious run at the St. Louis Cardinals here in mid-May. The Cubs have won 6 of their last 7 games, and now find themselves just 4.0 games behind the Cardinals. This past week was an impressive response from the young Cubs, who just a week ago went 2-5, including dropping […]

Although the Cincinnati Reds (9-10) cannot play the Milwaukee Brewers (4-16) every day, they do get to play them again today! The Reds are looking to even their record up to .500 for the third time in the past week while facing the only Brewers pitcher to beat them this season. STARTING PITCHERS 2015 stats: […]

Homer Bailey allowed just two runs in 5.2 innings, and Marlon Byrd hit his first home run as a Red. It wasn’t enough though, as Kevin Gregg allowed the go ahead run in the 7th inning, and the Reds fell 4-2 to the Brewers. The Reds were still able to take 3 of 4 against […]

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’ 9th inning comeback fell short Tuesday, as they lost to the Brewers 5-3 on the road at Maryvale Baseball Park in Phoenix, AZ. Final R H E   Cincinnati Reds (4-4-1) 3 7 0  Milwaukee Brewers (1-5) 5 9 1 W: K. Lohse (1-0) L: J. Cueto (0-1) SV: D. Goforth (1) | Box Score | MLB.com Recap | AP Recap | Pitching: Johnny Cueto gave up an earned […]

The Reds were shutout for the 17th time in 2014 on Wednesday night.  Daniel Corinco got off to a strong start for the Reds, but was unable to get out of the 5th inning. Kyle Lohse dominated the Reds offense, pitching a complete game shutout in his final start of 2014. Final R H E […]

On June 28th, the Brewers were 51-32, and had the best record in the National League. The Brewers were four games better than anyone else in the NL (Giants were next at 47-35), and only 0.5 behind the Oakland A’s (strangely enough) for the best record in all of baseball. Since then, the Brewers are […]

Daniel Corcino filled in brilliantly in his first career MLB start, after Reds scheduled starter Mat Latos was scratched because of a bone bruise. Corcino allowed just two hits in six innings, but it wasn’t enough. The Brewers got a walk-off win off Jumbo Diaz, a big win for a struggling team still fighting for a playoff […]

[This Special Edition series preview was co-authored by Nick Kirby and Steve Mancuso.] “We know the fans are booing us for a reason.” — Mark Reynolds, 9/8. The 2014 Milwaukee Brewers season has been one of epic rise and tragic fall – equal parts stunning. They grabbed first place by the throat on April 5 and […]

NL Central Power Rankings Week 20 *please note: all stats outside of team records only include games played through 8/16/14. 1. Milwaukee Brewers (last week: 1) 70-55, 1st Place, 539 RS, 495 RA (+44) The Brewers reached 70 wins on Sunday, and are now just four wins away from reaching their total wins from last season […]

NL Central Power Rankings Week 11 *please note: all stats outside of team records only include games played through 6/14/14. 1. St. Louis Cardinals (last week: 2): 37-32, 2nd Place, 3.5 GB, 257 RS, 236 RA (+21) The Cardinals have won 6 of 7, and are starting to look like the team that most expected to win […]