In a season in which we did not expect rookies to be key figures for the Cincinnati Reds, they were the bright spots on this evening. Catcher Tyler Stephenson and righthander Tejay Antone both made their major league debuts in notable fashions. Unfortunately, that happened because the Reds got behind very early, 6-0, after two innings, as the Chicago Cubs rode that early margin to an eventual 8-7 win. The loss dropped Cincinnati to a 1-3 record in their first four games.
Cincinnati Reds outfielder Phillip Ervin likes the addition of the designated hitter to the National League and would embrace the role if given the chance.
The Cincinnati Reds have several spots that could be up for grabs this spring, but the competition for the bench may be the most intriguing of them all.
Aristides Aquino homers again, but the Reds drop their home finale against the postseason-bound Brewers in announcer Marty Brennaman's final game.
The Cincinnati Reds will take on the Seattle Mariners tonight in another late-night matchup on the west coast.
Sonny Gray took a no-hitter into the seventh inning, but then the wheels came off and Kyle Lewis dashed the Reds hopes once again.
Tonight the Cincinnati Reds will be trying to beat the Seattle Mariners after yet again losing a game they appeared to have in hand for a win Tuesday night.
The Cincinnati Reds and Seattle Mariners last met in 2016 when the Mariners swept a 3 game series at GABP. The Mariners lead the lifetime series 13-2