The Cincinnati Reds will attempt to even up the three game series with the Washington Nationals tonight at Nationals Park in Washington DC.
The Cincinnati Reds (41-45) will host the Cleveland Indians (49-38) for the final game of the first half at 1:10 PM. The Reds find themselves 4.5 games back in the NL Central and 4.0 games out of the second wild-card spot.
The Cincinnati Reds (37-43) will continue their 9-game homestand leading up to the all-star break with the first of four games against the Milwaukee Brewers (44-39) tonight at 7:10 PM. The Brewers are currently tied with the Cubs for both the NL Central lead and the first wild-card spot. The Reds are 5.5 games behind them.
The Cincinnati Reds will play at Angel Stadium in Anaheim tonight against the Los Angeles Angels for the first time since 2016.
The Cincinnati Reds hope to extend their 4 game winning streak tonight versus the Milwukee Brewers while the Brewers look to overcome recent struggles.
Tyler Mahle griped to the media about being pulled in the fifth inning during his last start and many jumped on him. He might have been right after all.
Cincinnati Reds starter Tyler Mahle wasn't happy about being removed and let his frustration show after Friday night's loss to the Texas Rangers.
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?
Two unearned runs on errors by Tucker Barnhart and Jose Peraza gave the Phillies their margin of victory. The Reds bats were largely silent, wasting a good start by Tyler Mahle. A former Reds player hit a two-run opposite field homer against his former team.
The Cincinnati Reds and the Philadelphia Philles will start a three game series at Citizens Bank Park in Philadelphia tonight.