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Some rare good news for the Cincinnati Reds

It’s hard for Cincinnati Reds fans to feel optimistic this season. From the get-go fans and the press wrote off 2016 as a rebuilding year. Yet as the Memorial Day holiday emerges on the horizon; the Reds stand in a position where they’re rebuilding from ashes. There’s not much seemingly for the Reds to be happy about. However, there is some good news for the Cincinnati Reds...
Via isportsweb.com
9 hours ago  |  Discuss

Finnegan still looking to snap winless streak

The Reds have come up winless in the last eight games that Brandon Finnegan has started. Some of the outcomes have been tough-luck losses while a few were due to poor performances.
Via Reds.com
12 hours ago

No ejection? Price explains Saturday situation

During the aftermath of Reds pitcher Alfredo Simon being ejected for intentionally plunking the Brewers' Chase Anderson with a pitch on Saturday, manager Bryan Price argued with umpires for a solid five minutes. Rare, if ever, do managers get that much time to vent from the men in blue without being tossed from the game.
Via Reds.com
18 hours ago

Moscot to return Tuesday; Reds adjust rotation

The Reds will activate pitcher Jon Moscot from the 15-day disabled list on Tuesday to start vs. the Rockies. For the four-game series at Colorado, the rotation will feature Dan Straily on Monday, followed by Moscot, John Lamb on Wednesday and Alfredo Simon.
Via Reds.com
18 hours ago

Brewers fall 7-6 to Reds after overturned double play

MILWAUKEE -- Joey Votto scored the go-ahead run in the ninth after an inning-ending double play was overturned, and the Cincinnati Reds snapped their 12-game losing streak with a tense 7-6 win on Saturday over the Milwaukee Brewers.The Reds completed their comeback from a 6-1 deficit when umpires ruled after the review that infielder Scooter Gennett didn't have his foot on second...
Via Associated Press
1 day ago  |  Discuss

Duvall, Votto homer in Reds 9-5 loss to Brewers

MILWAUKEE (AP) -- Aaron Hill hit two solo homers, Jonathan Lucroy added a solo shot and drove in three runs, and the Milwaukee Brewers outslugged Cincinnati for a 9-5 victory Friday night, handing the Reds their 11th straight loss.The Brewers chipped away at an early three-run deficit before surging ahead with a four-run fourth. Hill homered to left off John Lamb (0-3) to lead off...
Via Associated Press
2 days ago  |  Discuss

Dan Straily in the big picture in Cincinnati

Waiver claim Dan Straily may arguably be the best Reds pitcher in uniform right now. Aside from Brandon Finnegan, no one on the team has thrown more innings than Straily. He’s boasting a team-best 2.98 ERA, a second-best WHIP of 1.12 and 52 strikeouts, also the most on the team. Straily has been everything the Reds could have hoped for and more, and the details surrounding his...
Via Today's Knuckleball
2 days ago

Cincinnati Reds’ offense needs a new approach

With an offense that’s among the worst in the league, it’s time for the Cincinnati Reds to finally embrace OBP. It’s pretty tough to score runs without getting on base. The Reds are making that abundantly clear. The team is in the currently in the midst of a 10-game losing streak during which runs have […] Cincinnati Reds’ offense needs a new approach - Blog Red Machine...
Via Blog Red Machine
3 days ago

The Reds Have Been the Anti-Cubs

For every action, there is an equal and opposite reaction. If we can take some liberties with this, let’s describe the Cubs as an action. An extremely powerful and overwhelming action! It’s an action that seems borderline unstoppable. With that in mind, the opposite of the Cubs is the Reds. The Cubs have been good at pretty much everything. The Reds, meanwhile, have been bad...
Via Fangraphs
3 days ago  |  Discuss

Cincinnati Reds lose 10th straight despite Dan Straily’s 11 Ks

Another lifeless offensive performance sent the Cincinnati Reds to their 10th straight loss. The Reds just can’t break out of their funk. When the offense gets some runs on the board, the bullpen implodes. When the starters throw a well-pitched game, the offense disappears. The latter was the case on Wednesday, as the Reds’ losing […] Cincinnati Reds lose 10th straight despite...
Via Blog Red Machine
4 days ago

Joey Votto booed by Dodgers fans for stomping paper airplane

Cincinnati Reds first baseman Joey Votto drew the ire of the crowd at Dodger Stadium Tuesday after he aggressively stomped on a paper airplane that landed in the infield during the 7th inning of his team’s 8-2 loss to the Los Angeles Dodgers. The fact that the paper airplane was tossed from the upper deck in left field — in foul territory no less — should have elicited a...
Via Sportress of Blogitude
4 days ago  |  Discuss

Reds' Straily working to go deeper into games

Scott Kazmir's first season with the Los Angeles Dodgers has thus far been a letdown. Dan Straily's first with the Cincinnati Reds has been a pleasant surprise, and he hasn't even been with the club for two months.They'll go at it Wednesday night at Dodger Stadium in the finale of a three-game series with the Dodgers seeking a sweep and the Reds just content with ending a nine-game...
Via Fox Sports
4 days ago  |  Discuss

Brandon Phillips' 2-year-old son is already pretty darn good at baseball

Before the Reds-Dodgers game on Monday, Cincinnati's second baseman Brandon Phillips brought his son to the field for some practice where he proved he has skills far beyond your average 2-year-old (video above.)With his dad pitching, the youngster Micah hit a live pitch past the mound and appears to know how to bunt as well. It certainly helps that he has a 3-time All-Star second...
Via Fox Sports
5 days ago  |  Discuss

Cincinnati Reds: the discussion to fire Bryan Price

The Cincinnati Reds are facing dark times, and management is looking toward Bryan Price to provide a beacon of hope amid the Reds current 7-game losing streak. Price, who succeeded Dusty Baker for Reds manager in the 2013 winter months, is currently struggling to find answers, while witnessing Cincinnati’s pitching staff post embarrassing numbers in the National League and in...
Via isportsweb.com
6 days ago  |  Discuss

Cincinnati Reds face rough road trip ahead

The road has not been kind to the 2016 Cincinnati Reds. The Reds have lost 14 road games so far this season. Out of the 17 road games they’ve played so far this season. Now the Reds will be hitting the road for the rest of the month. Along with the first two days in June. The trip will start Monday with a three game series against the Los Angeles Dodgers. Which means nights up...
Via isportsweb.com
7 days ago  |  Discuss

Reds' Alfredo Simon makes hitter look at 54 mph eephus pitch

Swinging and missing at a 93 mph fastball happens all the time, but sitting with your bat on your shoulder while a 54 mph pitch comes your way? That’s exactly what happened to one unsuspecting Shawn O’Malley of the Seattle Mariners on Sunday. That’s because Cincinnati Reds pitcher Alfredo Simon hit him with the devastating fastball-eephus combo and there was little O’Malley...
Via The Comeback
7 days ago  |  Discuss

The Cincinnati Reds Have the Worst Bullpen Ever

The Cincinnati Reds just lost two games to the Cleveland Indians by a combined 21 runs, and on May 18 they were finally going to win a game. After trailing 4-1, the Reds had clawed their way to a 7-5 lead heading into the top of the ninth, so they brought in closer Tony Cingrani to close out the game. Reds fans hoped they would finally win a game against their in-state rivals, with...
Via The Sports Quotient
7 days ago  |  Discuss

WATCH: Brandon Phillips' Fake Tag Almost Gives Juan Uribe a Heart Attack

When a team is playing the last game of a four-game series and are likely to get swept, the game can get boring. That's the position the Cincinnati Reds were in Thursday night, trailing 6-2 in the sixth inning against the Cleveland Indians, when one of their players decided to have a little fun. RELATED: BBQ Restaurant Offers Rougned Odor Free Food For Life for Punching Jos...
Via Stack
9 days ago  |  Discuss

What Can We Say About This Reds Bullpen?

It’s important to remember that most everyone is trying their hardest. (Goodness, is this a sad start to a blog post about professional athletes). Disgruntled fans are quick to accuse Player X who’s making a ludicrous Y number of dollars to “play a kid’s game” or “just going through the motions,” but almost always, every player on a major league baseball field is either...
Via Fangraphs
12 days ago  |  Discuss
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