Can the Reds consider 2017 a success despite their record? Beat reporter Mark Sheldon answers fans’ questions in the last Inbox of the regular season.
The Reds will hand the ball to their 16th starter this season when Deck McGuire takes the mound on Tuesday to open a three-game series vs. the Brewers.
With the “Cincinnati sweep” still fresh on their minds, the Brewers will begin their final push for a postseason berth with a rematch against Joey Votto and the Reds beginning on Tuesday at Miller Park.
A road trip defined by thrilling comebacks included one more for the rolling Red Sox, who came roaring back with four runs in the eighth to pull out a 5-4 victory over the Reds on Sunday afternoon at Great American Ball Park.
The Red Sox don’t see Reds center fielder Billy Hamilton very often. On Sunday, Boston learned something most National League teams have long understood.
The Reds moved quickly to sign catcher Tucker Barnhart before he ever entered into the arbitration process for the first time. Could the same fate await third baseman Eugenio Suarez?
With an eye on the scoreboard at what the second-place Yankees are doing in Toronto, the first-place Red Sox will try to move closer to locking up the American League East when they play the finale of a three-game series against the Reds at Great American Ball Park on Sunday.
Mitch Moreland gave a masterful Eduardo Rodriguez some breathing room with a towering three-run homer in the sixth and the Red Sox whittled their magic number down to five in the American League East with a 5-0 victory over the Reds on Saturday afternoon at Great American Ball Park.
Earlier this season, Red Sox manager John Farrell had the thrill of flying to Kansas City and sitting in the stands at Kauffman Stadium as his son, Luke, made his Major League debut.
As the Red Sox try to lock up the American League East division title over the second-place Yankees, they will turn to left-hander Eduardo Rodriguez to face the Reds on Saturday at Great American Ball Park. Rodriguez’s last two starts will be important as he tries to win a spot in the postseason rotation.
When the Reds claimed Scooter Gennett off waivers from the Brewers on March 28 to be a utility player, no one envisioned him eventually seizing the everyday spot at second base this season.
The Red Sox endured the early body blow of a grand slam by Cincinnati’s Scooter Gennett and then stormed back with big hits and clutch relief to pull out a 5-4 victory over the Reds on Friday night that reduced their magic number for clinching the American League East to six.