Final R H E San Diego Padres (50-63) 3 7 1 Cincinnati Reds (47-67) 8 11 0 W: Wojciechowski (3-1) L: Wood (1-1) FanGraphs Win Probability | Box Score The Good –Asher Wojciechowski pitched five very strong — and scoreless — innings before he ran out of gas. He allowed two homers and three runs in […]

Over the past 15 months, no pitcher has started more games for the Reds than Tim Adleman. While that sentence alone tells you pretty much everything you need to know about the ongoing state of the rebuild, this is not an attempt to question the decision-makers who sent a 29-year-old who’s rarely mentioned as a […]

To me, 2016 was a disastrous baseball season for the Cincinnati Reds. They finished in last place. They were no-hit. They blew leads. Their bullpen wasn’t just bad but historically bad. And while it’s true that no one expected anything from the Reds last year, it was still a painful thing to watch or listen […]

Over the years, I’ve been pretty fortunate to interview a number of Cincinnati Reds. Since our miserable 2016 season is over, I thought it would be a good time to recap some of the more interesting ones and share them with the Nation. Like Chad and Steve have said, we need some cheering up. So […]

So the Reds missed the postseason for the third straight year. That doesn’t mean baseball is over! The MLB Postseason features the best playoffs in professional sports. There are plenty of good story lines, and plenty of former Reds to root for. That is why without further ado, I’ll bring you my third consecutive MLB […]

“Pitching wins championships”: that’s the phrase that weak hitting teams use to validate their fringy playoff chances. You can’t have it all, these GMs seem to say, so might as well focus on what gives us the best shot at having it all. But as seen from Nick Doran’s post this morning, the Cubs have […]

The arrival of the 2010 season generated plenty of excitement for fans of the local ball club. All-Star talent was deployed across the field, from youngsters Joey Votto and Jay Bruce to veterans Scott Rolen and Brandon Phillips. Four-fifths of Dusty Baker’s rotation had been settled. Aaron Harang, Johnny Cueto, Bronson Arroyo and Homer Bailey would […]

Jason Marquis allowed five runs in four innings, as the Reds fell 5-0 in Chicago on Wednesday night. Marquis struggled from the very beginning of the game, allowing a leadoff double, followed by a two run home run by Anthony Rizzo. The 36 year old right-hander’s night also featured a bases loaded hit by pitch […]

The FIRST place Cincinnati Reds (5-3) play the final game of a 3-game series against the Chicago Cubs (4-3) tonight on Jackie Robinson Day. STARTING PITCHERS The following stats are all 2013 actuals for Marquis and 2014 actuals for Wood except that the first column is the 2015 FIP projection (ZiPS) for both. PITCHER 2015 […]

The Cincinnati Reds (71-79) will travel to Wrigley Field to play the Chicago Cubs (65-84) for the final time in 2014. The Cubs have already been officially been eliminated from the postseason, while the Reds elimination numbers are 1 in the NL Central, and 5 in the wild-card. The Cubs have certainly had a worse […]

Final R H E Chicago Cubs (59-72) 3 8 0 Cincinnati Reds (63-69) 0 3 1 W: Wood (8-11) L: Cueto (15-8) S: Rondon (22) FanGraphs Win Probability | Box Score | Game Photos | Game Thread The Reds lost the first of a three game series against the Chicago Cubs on Tuesday night, 3-0. It was the Reds 12th shutout of 2014. The Reds have […]

The Cincinnati Reds (45-42) continue their final first-half home stand with their 4th meeting of the season against the Chicago Cubs (38-48). In the three previous series, the Reds have taken five of the eight games played, outscoring the Cubs 36-31. These teams will play five games over the next four days. Monday and Wednesday […]