The Cincinnati Reds have now won four consecutive baseball games. They have won back to back games in LA against the Dodgers for the first time since 2011. The Matt Harvey era is officially underway for the Reds, and it is off to a roaring start. Harvey pitched four shutout innings on a limited pitch […]

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 will try once again to break the seven-game losing streak with the second game of this weekend series against the Los Angeles Dodgers at Great American Ball Park Saturday. First pitch is set for 4:10 ET. Lots of festivities are happening at GABP this afternoon, as the Pete Rose statue (Steve’s post) is […]

It has been a rough stretch for the Reds. When they score runs, their pitching can’t hold up their end of the deal. When they get good pitching, like tonight, they can’t score runs. The Reds faced Alex Wood for the second time in a week, and he cruised through the first seven innings tonight. […]

Coming off a disastrous 0-6 West Coast road trip, the Cincinnati Reds return to Great American Ball Park for a weekend series with the Los Angeles Dodgers. First pitch is set for 7:10 P.M. ET. This is the second consecutive weekend series with Los Angeles. The Dodgers swept the Reds last weekend, and continued their […]

UPDATE (11:10 PM): This post was supposed to be a farewell to Aroldis Chapman. Multiple reports early on Monday indicated that it was a done deal that Chapman was traded to the Dodgers. We have now learned that Chapman is not going to be traded anytime soon, as he is currently under investigation by the MLB. […]

The Reds season obviously didn’t go as well as we would have hoped. That doesn’t mean we have to completely forget about baseball until pitchers and catchers report next February. The 2015 MLB postseason looks like it could bring a couple thrilling weeks. There are a bunch of former Reds playing, and six teams that […]

It was a hot day in LA. Legendary Dodgers broadcaster Vin Scully called it “as hot of a day as he could ever remember.” The sweltering heat didn’t have an impact on the starting pitchers early, but it probably impacted how long they were able to stay in the game. Zack Greinke and Anthony DeSclafani both […]