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D-backs beat Reds in 11 on walk-off wild pitch

PHOENIX -- Brandon Drury scored the winning run on a wild pitch with two outs in the 11th inning Friday night, giving the Arizona Diamondbacks a 4-3 victory over the Cincinnati Reds. After the Diamondbacks gave up a 2-1 lead in the ninth and then rallied to tie it in the 10th, a wild pitch by Blake Wood ended the game. Drury doubled with one out off Wood (5-3) and took third on a...
Via Associated Press
7 hours ago  |  Discuss

Reds can't capitalize on rallies in 9th and 10th

After blowing a lead in the ninth inning and and having to rally after falling behind in the 10th, Brandon Drury scored on a wild pitch in the bottom of the 11th to lift the D-backs to a 4-3 win over the Reds in the series opener at Chase Field on Friday night.
Via Reds.com
7 hours ago

Reds’ Finnegan sets career high with 12 strikeouts

Very rarely does it seem that there is good news surrounding the Cincinnati Reds pitching staff, yet here we are. Starting pitcher Brandon Finnegan set a personal best on Friday versus the Arizona Diamondbacks as he sent 12 hitters down on strikes. That clip is also a season-high for the woeful group of Cincy starters. 12 […] The post Reds’ Finnegan sets career high with 12...
Via Today's Knuckleball
8 hours ago

Eager Cozart anticipates return this weekend

Reds shortstop Zack Cozart is really itching to play again, especially since he is no longer bothered by the left Achilles tendon inflammation that's kept him out of the lineup since Aug. 17.
Via Reds.com
12 hours ago

Daunting September schedule will test Reds future

The Cincinnati Reds have the second-best record in baseball post-All-Star break. At 22-15, the Chicago Cubs are the only team with a better record in that span. There are numerous reasons why the Reds are playing better. Piviotal starters finally returned from injuries, like Anthony DeSclafani and Homer Bailey. The bullpen got a makeover with […] The post Daunting September schedule...
Via Today's Knuckleball
21 hours ago

Former MU Pitcher Dan Straily 6-0 Since All-Star Break For Cincinnati Reds

Former Marshall University pitcher Dan Straily is having a monster season for the Cincinnati Reds, and improved to 6-0 last night with a win over the Texas Rangers on Tuesday night, 3-0. Straily, who pitched for the Herd in 2008-09 and helped the team to a runner-up finish in the Conference USA Tournament and 30-30-1 […] The post Former MU Pitcher Dan Straily 6-0 Since All-Star...
Via The Herd Insider
2 days ago

Dan Straily goes 6 innings as Reds beat Rangers 3-0

CINCINNATI (AP) Dan Straily extended his surge since the All-Star break by pitching six innings and Joey Votto drove in a pair of runs to lead the Cincinnati Reds over the Texas Rangers 3-0 on Tuesday night. A day after losing to the Dodgers 18-9, the Reds won a close one against a Rangers team that has been shut out three times in its last nine games. Straily (10-6) hasn't allowed...
Via Associated Press
3 days ago  |  Discuss

Report: Blue Jays, Reds discussed Votto trade last season

Former NL MVP Joey Votto has been a Cincinnati Red for his entire 10-season MLB career. But was he actually close to becoming a Toronto Blue Jay last season? According to a report by Richard Griffin of the Toronto Star on Monday, the Blue Jays and the Reds “were beginning serious discussions” at last year’s trade deadline about a Votto trade. However, talks were said to have...
Via Larry Brown Sports
3 days ago  |  Discuss

Cincinnati Reds recall prospect Jose Peraza from Louisville

Top prospect Jose Peraza is back in the Cincinnati Reds lineup, whose return comes at a time when the Reds are developing steam in the NL. For Cincinnati Reds fans, Peraza joins the Reds, during a period of long-awaited excitement for the club’s struggling 2016 campaign. Despite Cincinnati’s frustrating season, the Red Legs are currently enjoying an upward swing in the National...
Via isportsweb.com
5 days ago  |  Discuss

WATCH: Reds pitcher Michael Lorenzen hits homer days after his father’s death

It has been a tough week for Cincinnati Reds’ reliever Michael Lorenzen, whose father died earlier this week. Making his return from the bereavement list, Lorenzen put on a performance that drew a smile and some tears from the young pitcher in the most memorable play of his career. With two runners on base and one out, the Cincinnati pitcher drilled a three-run homer in the...
Via The Comeback
6 days ago  |  Discuss

Reds pitcher does the unbelievable in his first game since his dad's death

It’s been a terribly tough time for Reds reliever Michael Lorenzen, who lost his father earlier this week.But what happened Friday night put a smile on his face and a few happy tears in his eyes.Lorenzen inherited a two-on, one-out jam in the seventh inning against the Dodgers and retired the first two batters he faced. And then came the real magic. Batting for only the fourth...
Via FOX Sports
7 days ago

Joey Votto appropriately had 51 pizzas delivered to Ichiro Suzuki

Everybody likes pizza, it’s a fact of the human race. So naturally, Cincinnati Reds star first baseman Joey Votto decided that he was going to order some pizza for 3,000-hit club member Ichiro Suzuki. But he didn’t just order a few of them, he ordered 51 (!) pizzas, in honor of Ichiro’s No. 51. Yes, that’s 51 individual pizzas all for Ichiro, delivered to the Miami Marlins’...
Via The Comeback
8 days ago  |  Discuss

Will Billy Hamilton break the Cincinnati Reds steal record?

Billy Hamilton will not receive a gold medal at the Rio Olympics. But the Cincinnati Reds outfielder may find himself in the history books. For delighted Reds fans, Billy Hamilton’s speed is a lethal weapon and an ever-growing headache for opposing catchers. But do not count on Hamilton to slow down. In fact, fans in Cincinnati should expect their 25-year-old outfielder to chase...
Via isportsweb.com
11 days ago  |  Discuss

Cincinnati Reds season now entering dog days

The Cincinnati Reds have reached a point in their season where they can coast by somewhat unnoticed. Even by a large chunk of their own fan base. The Olympics are now roughly halfway through, and the NFL Preseason is now underway. Both have pushed the Reds and Baseball overall into the back corner of the sports world. The dog days of summer and the baseball season are here. The...
Via isportsweb.com
12 days ago  |  Discuss

What’s Happened On Billy Hamilton’s Weakest Contacts?

Exit velocity! We love it! Sorry for shouting. But we do! We love to sort the leaderboards, and we love to write articles using the information gleaned from those leaderboards. This is one right here! Beat writers love to tweet the exit velocity when a player they cover dongs a dinger, and even the folks who don’t always love the application of exit velocity in the public sphere...
Via Fangraphs
14 days ago  |  Discuss

WATCH: Dayton Dragons turn insane double play

The Dayton Dragons, a single-A affiliate of the Cincinnati Reds, turned one of the most incredible double plays you will ever see on Thursday. With a runner on first, a line drive ricocheted off the pitcher, into the umpire, and over toward second base. The shortstop easily scooped the ball up, stepped on second, and fired to first. Was that a 1-Blue-6-3 double play?! @SportsCenter...
Via Larry Brown Sports
14 days ago  |  Discuss

I Found the Worst Thing About the Reds

I’m not really in the business of piling on. We know the Reds haven’t been very good, and we knew the Reds weren’t supposed to be very good. They are openly rebuilding, and while rebuilding teams don’t get to completely neglect the big-league product, it’s not really the priority. We all know how this works. And, say, wouldn’t you know it, but since the calendar flipped...
Via Fangraphs
18 days ago  |  Discuss

The Reds Are Making the Most of Their Chances

Seemingly every season, a baseball team scores noticeably more runs that we think they should. I’m not talking about teams that perform better than their preseason projections, but rather the teams that manage to score a lot more runs than their actual in-season numbers suggest they should. If we’re using the shorthand, I’m talking about teams who score more runs than their...
Via Fangraphs
22 days ago  |  Discuss

WATCH: Reds’ Scott Schebler hit a walk-off homer that almost left the stadium

It was quite the interesting night on Tuesday at Cincinnati’s Great American Ball Park for the Reds-Cardinals game. We already showed you what happened in the seventh inning, when Reds star first baseman Joey Votto wasn’t happy with a fan that interfered with a foul ball, and grabbed the fan’s jersey, before then apologizing with an autographed baseball for the fan. Well,...
Via The Comeback
24 days ago  |  Discuss

WATCH: Joey Votto makes amends after run-in with fan

For the second time in a week, Joey Votto's behavior towards a fan came into question. Luckily this time the Cincinnati Reds first baseman tried to repair relations and was successful in doing so. Votto went into the stands to try making a catch with two outs in the top of the seventh of Tuesday's Reds-Cardinals game. Unfortunately Votto was not able to make the grab as he was somewhat...
Via Larry Brown Sports
24 days ago  |  Discuss
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