Contrary to popular belief, statistics show that Cincinnati Reds manager David Bell isn't taking his starters out of games too early.
An important three-game sweep of a divisional foe is within the Cincinnati Reds’ grasp today. Having taken the first two games of the weekend series at Milwaukee, the Reds can get back to the .500 mark with a win today over the Brewers.
The Cincinnati Reds announced some changes to their starting rotation for the rest of the week as they shuffle the order moving forward.
Sonny Gray and the Cincinnati Reds fell behind 2-0 early, but it didn't spell doom on this night. Nick Castellanos and Joey Votto each homered to help the Reds win their third consecutive game. The Reds have gone from 2-5 to 5-5 in a span of less than 36 hours.
The Battle for Ohio is back! The Cincinnati Reds and the Cleveland Indians begin a four game series tonight, with the first two at Great American Ball Park.
Cincinnati Reds pitcher Sonny Gray took the mound on Wednesday night trying to ignite something in his team and turn things around.
Now that's more like it. Starting what is clearly their best lineup for the first time since Opening Day, the Cincinnati Reds scored a convincing 12-7 victory over the Chicago Cubs to break a four-game losing streak. Mike Moustakas, Nick Senzel and Tucker Barnhart returned to the lineup from absences of varying reasons and powered the Reds to a 9-0 lead after six innings.
Mike Moustakas and Nick Senzel are back! It's been a rough start to the season for the Cincinnati Reds (1-4), but the news of those two guys returning to the lineup certainly had to put a jolt through the locker room. The Reds don't have time to mess around as they are already three games behind the Chicago Cubs (4-1) in the NL Central. Game 3 of 4 is tonight at 6:40 PM at GABP.
The Cincinnati Reds' bats continued their early-season slumber tonight, as the team recorded only six hits against a replacement Chicago Cubs starter and a bullpen that prior to tonight has been consistently raked over the coals. The 8-5 loss to Chicago dropped the Reds to 1-4 in a 60-game season in which avoiding a bad start was seen as critical to any team's hopes of success.
The Cincinnati Reds rotation is expected to be good this season. But there's reason to believe they'll outperform the projections, too.
Sonny Gray has been announced as the Cincinnati Reds opening day starter for 2020 against the Detroit Tigers. The rotation has also been set for the season.
In this week's randomized Cincinnati Reds simulations it was outfielder Nick Castellanos who put together another big stretch.