Reds placed shortstop Zack Cozart on DL with quad injury on Saturday. In a corresponding move, the club recalled reliever Kevin Shackelford from Triple-A Louisville.
Monday’s Trade Deadline is quickly approaching, and it’s still unclear if Dan Straily will be in a Marlins uniform once it passes. In what could be the right-hander’s last-minute audition for interested teams, he’ll face Luis Castillo and the Reds at 1:10 p.m. ET on Sunday to wrap up a four-game series at Marlins Park.
The rate of losing games is accelerating quickly for the Reds these days, and it’s definitely starting to wear on everyone associated with the club. Saturday’s latest defeat, 7-3 to the Marlins, extended the skid to six games and put Cincinnati at 2-14 since the All-Star break.
Adam Conley seems to have found a groove. Backed by a Christian Yelich three-run homer, the left-hander held the Reds in check for 7 2/3 strong frames as the Marlins defeated the Reds, 7-3, on Saturday night at Marlins Park.
Adam Conley turned in the best start of his 2017 campaign last time out, and he’ll look to build on it as the Marlins and Reds continue a four-game set at 7:10 p.m. ET on Saturday at Marlins Park.
In the first inning against the Marlins on Friday, Reds catcher Tucker Barnhart had as many mound visits — three — as pitcher Sal Romano had issued free passes. Romano walked the bases loaded with one out in the first but got out of the mess by striking out the side.
All phases of J.T. Realmuto’s game are progressing. On Friday night, the 26-year-old catcher connected on a momentum-swinging homer in a four-run seventh inning that rallied the Marlins to a 7-4 victory over the Reds at Marlins Park.
Bronson Arroyo will spend the remainder of the season traveling and hanging out with the Reds, playing his guitar in the clubhouse, spreading his wit and wisdom, acting as a defacto coach for manager Bryan Price. To say that’s unusual for a player on the 60-day DL to do such things is an understatement. But […]
During his brief tenure with the Reds, right fielder Scott Schebler has had lengthy periods where his production swooned. But the one Schebler is currently mired in has particularly taxed his mind.
In the second game of the four-game series between the Marlins and Reds, veteran Vance Worley will pitch for Miami against rookie Sal Romano.
The Reds’ coaching staff has worked hard to help Robert Stephenson get on top of his delivery and create more of a downward plane with his fastball. But on Thursday against the Marlins, a majority of the rookie starter’s fastballs seemed up — way up.
Derek Dietrich homered and had three RBIs for all the support Chris O’Grady needed as the Marlins defeated the Reds, 4-1, Thursday night at Marlins Park.