Final R H E St. Louis Cardinals (88-52) 0 5 1 Cincinnati Reds (58-81) 11 13 1 W: Lamb (1-3) L: Garcia (8-5) FanGraphs Win Probability | Box Score The Good –The Reds scored eleven. The Cardinals scored zero. This is a good thing. An almost unbelievable thing, really. –How about Todd Frazier, who may […]

Final R H E Pittsburgh Pirates (83-55) 5 7 1 Cincinnati Reds (57-81) 4 6 0 W: Happ (9-7) L: Sampson (2-4) S: Melancon (44) FanGraphs Win Probability | Box Score The Good –No Red had more than one hit, but Todd Frazier hit his 31st homer and drove in a second run with a […]

Final R H E Cincinnati Reds (53-76) 1 8 0 Milwaukee Brewers (55-75) 4 9 0 W: Peralta (5-8) L: Lamb (0-3) FanGraphs Win Probability | Box Score The Good –Nice start by the rookie, John Lamb: six innings, two runs allowed on five hits, eight strikeouts and no losses. Not bad for a kid […]

Final R H E Cincinnati Reds (52-75) 0 5 0 Milwaukee Brewers (54-74) 5 6 0 W: Jungmann (8-5) L: Iglesias (3-6) FanGraphs Win Probability | Box Score The Good –Raisel Iglesias is good. Have I mentioned that I’m excited about his future? Tonight, he went seven innings, allowing three runs on four hits while […]

Final R H E Kansas City Royals (73-46) 4 11 0 Cincinnati Redlegs (51-67) 3 9 0 W: Guthrie (1-0) L: Sampson (2-2) S: Davis (10) FanGraphs Win Probability | Box Score The Good –Back to back homers by Joey Votto and Brandon Phillips in the first. That’s always a good thing. –Pedro Villareal came […]

The Cincinnati Reds (51-66) are looking to stop a four game losing streak in this final game of a two-game series against the Kansas City Royals (72-46.) The Reds have now been outscored 13-2 by the Royals through three games this season. STARTING PITCHERS PITCHER ERA FIP HR/9 BB% K% Jeremy Guthrie 5.63 5.15 1.4 […]

#Reds moves: LeCure and Boesch called up. Axelrod optioned to AAA. Hamilton on DL (sprained capsule, right shoulder). Adcock to 60-day. — John Fay (@johnfayman) August 19, 2015 Someone call Billy Hamilton and tell him he’s on the DL. Steve MancusoSteve grew up in Cincinnati as a die-hard fan of Sparky’s Big Red Machine. After […]

• Thunderstorms have already begun in the Cincinnati area and are forecast through Thursday evening. We may have seen the last of the Pirates series (sweep!). If both tonight and tomorrow afternoon’s games are rained out, what should Bryan Price do with the starting rotation against St. Louis this weekend? The Reds play the Cardinals Friday, Saturday […]

Warning, what I’m about to say runs against conventional wisdom, so I’ll say it plainly: The 2015 Cincinnati Reds have a reasonable chance to win 90 games. Reds fans turned their attention to the 2015 season long ago, since, oh, roughly 6:10 p.m. ET, August 17, 2014. And many have allowed the discouraging consensus about […]

The Reds were thrashed by the Blue Jays in their final spring outing, succeeding only in scattering three singles and making all of Reds’ Country emit a sigh of resignation. Final R H E  Cincinnati Reds (15-14) 1 3 1  Toronto Blue Jays (19-13) 9 15 0 W: Norris (4-0) L: DeSclafani (1-2) Pitching: Anthony DeSclafani […]

The Reds made their final cuts today. The most surprising news was that the team cut veteran reliever Sam LeCure. Raisel Iglesias won the battle to serve as the fifth starter over Michael Lorenzen. Iglesias will be in the rotation until Homer Bailey returns in mid-April. Lorenzen was assigned to a minor league camp. Kevin […]

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 […]