For the second time in 2017, Reds starting pitcher Scott Feldman made disposing of the Cardinals look pretty easy. The struggling St. Louis lineup was blanked by Feldman for seven innings as Cincinnati rolled to a 5-2 victory on Thursday at Great American Ball Park to complete a four-game series sweep. Joey Votto led the […]
Entering Spring Training, Reds manager Bryan Price envisioned a bullpen with no defined roles that would allow him to use his best relievers in any high-leverage situation — regardless of how early in the game it might be.
On the day after he became the 17th player in Major League history to hit four home runs in a game — and the first ever for the Reds — Scooter Gennett was a busy man. Gennett received a lot of congratulatory messages and fielded 11 interview requests, including appearing on national TV and radio […]
For 14 local high school and softball players, Wednesday marked the end of one journey and the beginning of a new one.
Thursday’s series finale between the Cardinals and Reds at Great American Ball Park features two starting pitchers who are hoping for a turnaround after some pedestrian outings of late.
In recent years, the Reds-Cardinals rivalry has often been one-sided in favor of St. Louis. Perhaps there’s a sea change shifting it the other way. Cincinnati rallied with a five-run bottom of the seventh inning for a 6-4 victory on Wednesday, assuring a four-game series win with three straight victories.
Even when the Reds appear quiet, underwhelming or simply headed to defeat in the early-to-mid innings of games this season, assuming it will stay that way has often proven to be a mistake.
The first of three season series between the Cardinals and Reds at Great American Ball Park will continue on Wednesday when two familiar foes, Lance Lynn and Bronson Arroyo, take the mound.
Scooter Gennett was soaked from head to toe after Reds teammates Bronson Arroyo and Amir Garrett dumped two coolers of liquid on him. It was just one way the utility player was recognized after an historic four-home-run game that helped defeat the Cardinals, 13-1.
Reds utility player Scooter Gennett had the night of his career in Tuesday’s 13-1 win over St. Louis, becoming the 17th player in Major League history to hit four home runs in one game, going deep in the bottom of the eighth to cap his feat.
Scooter Gennett dominated with a franchise-best four home runs at the plate for the Reds, while Tim Adleman worked smoothly from the mound. Put the two performances together, and a few other key contributions, and Cincinnati buried the Cardinals with a 13-1 victory on Tuesday at Great American Ball Park.
The Reds are expected to add another highly touted Cuban player to their system this week. The club and shortstop Jose Israel Garcia, 19, have agreed to a signing bonus expected to be near $5 million, according to sources. The deal, which is pending a physical and has not been confirmed by the club, is […]