Joey Votto hit a pair of doubles and Deck McGuire picked up his first Major League win in the Reds’ regular-season finale, a 3-1 victory on Sunday at Wrigley Field over the Cubs, who started preparations for the postseason with some interesting in-game moves.
Jon Lester tuned up for next week’s postseason play. Jackson Stephens is already looking ahead to 2018. Kyle Schwarber drove in four runs, including a pair on his 30th homer, and Rene Rivera added three more RBIs to back Lester and lead the Cubs to a 9-0 victory Saturday over the Reds at Wrigley Field.
As the Cubs fine-tune their roster and let some players rest, heal and get ready for postseason baseball, the Reds will be playing them in the final regular-season game of 2017 on Sunday at Wrigley Field.
Barring injury or any odd circumstance, first baseman Joey Votto is poised to do something for the Reds that hasn’t been done in over 40 years.
In a game that had no bearing on their postseason situation, the Cubs still showed flair for the dramatic in the late innings on Friday afternoon. In the bottom of the eighth, Ian Happ’s three-run home run off of reliever Michael Lorenzen propelled the Cubs to a 5-4 comeback win over the Reds at Wrigley […]
As the first-place Cubs and last-place Reds prepare to play their final regular-season series of 2017, the two Central division teams will have differing agendas during their three games at Wrigley Field.
You can close the books on the Brewers’ regularly scheduled 2017 home slate, but don’t shutter Miller Park for winter just yet.
No, the bottom of the sixth inning did not work out for the Reds how manager Bryan Price or pitcher Sal Romano would have wanted. But it meant something to the rookie starter that he was even given the chance to continue in the game.
Reds left-hander Cody Reed hasn’t pitched in a game since Sept. 21, but he hasn’t spent the last week entirely idle.
On Aug. 7, 2014, Reds starter Homer Bailey threw seven innings against the Indians. Little did he know at the time, it would be more than three years until he went that deep in a game again.
With a wire to wire win on Wednesday, the Reds dealt another blow to the Brewers’ hopes of a postseason trip.