With the season a little more than a third over, let's check in on how the Reds are hitting. First, we'll look at how the team is doing and then compare individuals to their own career numbers, to the MLB avera... Read More...
The battle for the 2019 Ohio Cup starts tonight as the Cincinnati Reds take on the Cleveland Indians at Progressive Field in Cleveland
After scuffling for most of the season so far, the Reds only have two more weeks to prove they can contend. Who will they have to depend on and why?
The Cincinnati Reds hope to bounce back today by defeating the Washington Nationals and their ace Max Scherzer to win this 3 game series.
The Cincinnati Reds look to take game 2 of their current series versus the Washington Nationals and in doing so set the stage for a possible series sweep.
The Pittsburgh Pirates and the Cincinnati Reds meet at Great American Ball Park for Game 1 of a day-night doubleheader on Memorial Day.
The Reds haven't started 2019 too hot, but it's not time to panic. Despite what other writers may be selling, the Reds should not sell at the deadline.
The Cincinnati Reds blew a late lead against the San Francisco Giants, seeing the chance at a sweep slip through their fingers.
Votto and Puig both got the Reds off to a big start in the first inning. Anthony DeSclafani could not hold the early lead and struggled through four innings. Eugenio Suarez hit a game tying home run in the fifth inning, and Derek Dietrich had a bloop RBI single in the seventh inning to give the Reds the lead for good.
Luis Castillo did not have his best command on Friday night, but he gave the Reds another dominating outing as he held the Giants scoreless for six innings. The Reds bats continued their recent surge of late, minus the no-hitter on Tuesday. Nick Senzel and Yasiel Puig lead the Reds with two hits and two runs batted in each. Road wins have been difficult for the Reds this season, but they have now won back-to-back road games and improved to 8-14 on the road.
Despite an onslaught of bees, the Reds blew out the Giants to tie the four-game series. Fans won both Chik-Fil-A and pizza for the Reds conquests.