Tyler Mahle was named the Reds’ Minor League pitcher of the year, while Nick Senzel was named the team’s Minor League player of the Year.
Two rookies square off in Wednesday game, as Tyler Mahle of the Reds, still seeking his first big league victory, takes on the Cards, who will be fronted by one of their top prospects, Jack Flaherty.
After flirting with pitching on short rest following his first start back from the disabled list, the Mets will have Matt Harvey open their series vs. the Reds and rookie Tyler Mahle on Thursday at Citi Field.
Following a six-inning pitcher’s duel on a wet, chilly Saturday night at PNC Park, the Pirates first took advantage of the Reds’ mistakes. Then Jordan Luplow took advantage of a rare start, ripping a three-run homer — his first in the Majors — that led the Bucs to a 5-0 win.
Saturday’s game at PNC Park will provide a glimpse of what next year might hold for both teams when Reds right-hander Tyler Mahle takes the mound against Pirates right-hander Jameson Taillon.
Tyler Mahle made his Major League debut Sunday, a mixed bag of pitching results during a 5-2 Reds’ loss to Pittsburgh at Great American Ball Park. Reds catcher Chad Wallach, also making his Major League debut, was Mahle’s batterymate Sunday.
Chad Wallach has been a teammate of Tyler Mahle's for each of the past two seasons as the two have worked their way through the Cincinnati Reds minor-league system. Wallach has caught enough of the right-hander's starts to have comprehensive feel for his counterpart's personality. Catching
Pirates right-hander Jameson Taillon will square off against Reds prospect Tyler Mahle, who will make his Major League debut, in Sunday’s series finale at Great American Ball Park.
The Cincinnati Reds are building around a stockpile of young pitchers and right-hander Tyler Mahle, who has advanced quickly through the Reds' system with little drop-off from level to the next, is set to make his much-anticipated major league debut Sunday afternoon against the Pittsburgh Pirates
The most consistent starting pitcher in the Reds organization this season is on his way to the big leagues for the first time. Right-hander Tyler Mahle was announced as Cincinnati’s starter for Sunday’s series finale vs. the Pirates.
Will the Reds call on Tyler Mahle to join the rotation? Beat reporter Mark Sheldon answers this and more in the latest Inbox.
Tyler Mahle’s chances of throwing his second straight perfect game came undone just two batters into his start on Thursday. The Reds’ No. 10 prospect still was plenty good, tossing six dominant frames to extend his scoreless innings streak to 19 2/3 for Double-A Pensacola.