The Short Version: Luis Castillo is probably the best pitcher on the planet, though Raisel Iglesias has decided to stake his own claim. In other news: Reds score four runs and win their third game in a row!... Read More...
The Reds are last in team batting average (.192), on-base percentage (.256), walks received (46), and 26th out of 30 in OPS (.628). As this season began, the expectation was that this offense would be among the best in the National League, if not all of baseball. So what’s happening here?
The Cincinnati Reds are turning it around after a slow start, thankfully. Their season is going to rely on the starting pitching, as it usually does.
The Cincinnati Reds (5-9) have won four of their last five games and will start the first of seven games in California tonight. Before playing against the first place Padres this weekend, they'll start a three game series against the Los Angeles Dodgers (9-8) at 10:10 PM. The Dodgers started the season 8-2, but they have lost six of seven since (all coming against the Cardinals and Brewers).
This weeks episode of Redleg Nation Radio has it all. The Reds are on a winning streak, finally, and we introduce Redleg Nation Radio Madness.
Another season, another slow start for the Reds. But David Bell isn't Bryan Price, and despite the Reds record, he's proved himself as a capable manager.
Our recap from the Cincinnati Reds' fifth straight loss, this time to the Pittsburgh Pirates on Thursday night in PNC Park.