The Reds have remained cautious with shortstop Zack Cozart as he deals with a left shin injury that caused him to leave in the seventh inning of Friday’s game against the Braves at SunTrust Park.
The Reds’ Scott Schebler rejoined the team Friday after a bruised left rotator cuff landed him on the disabled list on Aug. 1.
Reds second baseman Scooter Gennett already uses his nickname every day so he will wear his given name, Ryan, above his No. 4 during the inaugural Players Weekend Aug. 25-27.
Robert Stephenson returns to the starting rotation hoping to show improved mechanics as the Reds face the Braves at SunTrust Park.
Sal Romano halted his recent struggles by delivering one of the finest starts of his rookie season and R.A. Dickey’s attempt to produce another gem evaporated as the Reds tagged him for three home runs in the sixth inning of Friday night’s 5-3 win over the Braves at SunTrust Park.
When the Reds come to SunTrust Park to begin a three-game series against the Braves on Friday night, they will reunite with Brandon Phillips and get their first up-close look at him playing third base. The four-time National League Gold Glove Award winner established himself as one of the game’s best defensive second basemen while […]
The Cubs belted six home runs, including back-to-back-to-back jacks in the fourth inning, to erase a nine-run deficit, but the Reds reclaimed the lead on rookie Phillip Ervin’s tie-breaking, two-run homer in the seventh to secure a crazy 13-10 victory on Thursday at Wrigley Field that split the four-game series.
It was pretty clear pretty quickly that Reds starting pitcher Scott Feldman was laboring on his balky right knee. Feldman’s fastball velocity often sat in the low 80s on Thursday at Wrigley Field, and he couldn’t get to first base to cover the bag on a grounder in the second inning.
Heading into Wednesday night, Reds rookie outfielder Phillip Ervin had three call ups and no hits in the big leagues on his resume. In less than 24 hours, Ervin’s statistical line dramatically changed.
Cubs left-handed starting pitcher Jon Lester has been predictably tough vs. lefty hitters this season, but he could have a showdown on his hands with Reds first baseman Joey Votto when the four-game series concludes Thursday afternoon at Wrigley Field.
The Cubs held Joey Votto to a first-inning single on Wednesday night, ending the Reds’ sluggers’ streak of reaching base at least twice in a game at 20, one short of the record Williams set in 1948. But at age 33, with his status as one of the best (and smartest) hitters of his generation […]