4/27/2015 | Bruce breaks out, gets scoring going for Reds
In Monday's 9-6 win over the Brewers, Jay Bruce hit a two-run home run with three walks, a sacrifice fly and three RBIs. Since hitting a grand slam last Tuesday at Miller Park, he had been in an 0-for-14 stretch with nine strikeouts that ended in the second inning. After falling into an 0-2 hole, Bruce lifted a 1-2 pitch high into the sky for the homer to right field off Jimmy Nelson.
4/27/2015 | Lohse, Cueto both look to continue recent success
The Reds and Brewers continue their series Tuesday, with Cincinnati ace Johnny Cueto hoping for similar results from his most recent start -- also against Milwaukee. Cueto limited the Brewers to one run on five hits over eight innings last Wednesday and will be pitching on an extra day of rest due to Saturday's rainout. Milwaukee will counter with Kyle Lohse, who also fared well in his last start -- also against the Reds. Lohse allowed just three hits over seven innings during a 4-2 Brewers win last Thursday in Miller Park.
4/27/2015 | Bruce homers, backs strong Marquis as Reds top Brewers
Reds bats emerged from a recent funk Monday against a Brewers team it previously hit hard only a week ago in Milwaukee. Cincinnati chased starting pitcher Jimmy Nelson early but held off a ninth-inning rally to get a 9-6 victory in the three-game series opener at Great American Ball Park.
4/27/2015 | Bailey placed on 15-day DL with right elbow sprain
Reds starting pitcher Homer Bailey's recovery and rehabilitation from September surgery that repaired a torn flexor mass tendon near his right elbow had been a smooth process. That was until news broke Monday that Bailey was placed on the 15-day disabled list, retroactive to Friday, with a right elbow ligament sprain.
4/27/2015 | Price disappointed Waino out for season
Cardinals rotation ace Adam Wainwright has often been a thorn in the Reds' side, including as recently as April 19 when he outdueled Mike Leake's 86-pitch complete-game performance for a 2-1 victory. However, Reds manager Bryan Price took no joy from the past weekend's developments.
4/27/2015 | Reds' involvement helping amateur baseball thrive
While most aspiring players in Cincinnati won't reach legendary status, there are no shortage of avenues of teams and places to play. Regardless of the level of team, the Reds have a large presence in amateur baseball in the area.
4/26/2015 | Cingrani provides solid relief work after long layoff
For the first time in nearly two weeks, Reds reliever Tony Cingrani emerged from the bullpen and took the mound on Sunday. During a 5-2 loss to the Cubs, Cingrani was effective with two perfect innings and two strikeouts.
4/26/2015 | Reds struggling to capitalize on scoring chances
It was only on Tuesday when the Reds' bats erupted for a 16-run game and a win over the Brewers. Now even if they rub two bats together, their lineup is unable to create a spark.
4/26/2015 | Mesoraco continuing to rehab on active roster
Sunday marked two weeks since Devin Mesoraco last caught a game for the Reds. But the club is still resisting placing Mesoraco on the disabled list because of an impingement in his left hip.
4/26/2015 | Price to use postponement for Cueto's benefit
With one exception, the Reds are keeping their rotation in order following Saturday's postponement vs. the Cubs. That means no one is being skipped to keep ace Johnny Cueto pitching on his usual four days of rest. Cueto will make his next start on Tuesday vs. the Brewers.
4/26/2015 | Nelson carries stellar start into series opener vs. Reds
The Brewers' most consistent starter, Jimmy Nelson, gets the start Monday night against Jason Marquis and the Reds.
4/25/2015 | Arrieta, DeSclafani to give it another go in finale
After sitting through a rain delay that lasted more than four hours on Saturday, the Cubs and Reds will meet for the series finale on Sunday at 1:10 p.m. ET. The forecast, which was dismal for the first two games of the series, is much better for the last one. Sunny skies are expected on Sunday, with temperatures expected to reach the lower 60s.
4/25/2015 | Reds' matchup with Cubs gets rained out
Following a four-hour, 13-minute rain delay, the Reds-Cubs game scheduled for Saturday afternoon was postponed. A makeup date has yet to be announced.
4/25/2015 | Reds fete '90 champions in pregame ceremony
Rain fell on the field, but the party went on, as the Reds continued their weekend-long celebration of their 1990 World Series champions on Saturday at Great American Ball Park.
4/25/2015 | Letter from Piniella read at ceremony for 1990 team
The Reds saluted the 1990 World Series championship team on Saturday in a pregame ceremony, but manager Lou Piniella was unable to attend. Piniella, 71, did send a hand-written letter to the team and its fans, which was read.
4/25/2015 | Maddon calls Reds' Hamilton a 'game changer'
Billy Hamilton didn't waste any time running on Chicago's Jon Lester. The Cubs weren't surprised. The Reds' center fielder has done that to other pitchers, as well.
4/25/2015 | Hamilton produces early runs, but Reds miss opportunities
Reds speedster Billy Hamilton was more than willing to exploit Cubs ace Jon Lester's weakness at holding runners, and he seemed poised early to be a one-man run-manufacturing machine. When push came to shove in the later innings, however, runs that were begging to be scored were left uncollected.
4/24/2015 | Reliving Top 10 Reds moments of '90 World Series
In honor of the Reds' last World Series championship, we've come up with a list of top 10 moments and memories from the 1990 season.
4/24/2015 | Cubs' Arrieta, Reds' DeSclafani set for rematch
It's deja vu all over again for the starting pitching in this weekend's series between the Cubs and Reds. On Friday, Jon Lester and Mike Leake squared off as the Cubs won, 7-3, in the 11th; the two had faced each other in the opener in Chicago on April 13. On Saturday, it'll be a rematch between Chicago's Jake Arrieta and Cincinnati's Anthony DeSclafani.
4/24/2015 | Cubs rally to defeat Reds in extras
A four-run top of the 11th inning gave the Cubs a 7-3 victory over the Reds on Friday, their fifth game won in their final at-bat in 16 games overall. Jonathan Herrera delivered the go-ahead run with an RBI single.
4/24/2015 | Mesoraco could catch bullpen session soon
Reds All-Star Devin Mesoraco has yet to test his bothersome left hip by trying to catch, but that could be in his near future.
4/24/2015 | Davis showed toughness for Reds, in fight vs. cancer
Former Reds great Eric Davis showed skills and grit on the diamond as he battled injuries and helped the team to the 1990 World Series championship. He also showed his toughness later on as he battled colon cancer.
4/23/2015 | Bailey still searching for comfort level after each start
Homer Bailey said it was hard to compare how he pitched with how he was supposed to pitch because he isn't exactly sure. Bailey, who opened the season on the disabled list after surgery to repair a torn flexor tendon last September, allowed two runs on seven hits in 5 2/3 innings in his second start, but did not get a decision in the Reds' 4-2 loss to the Brewers on Thursday afternoon at Miller Park.
4/23/2015 | Phillips turns smart double play against Brewers
So much for the adage that a bird in the hand is better than two in the bush, at least when it comes to baseball. Second baseman Brandon Phillips alertly let a soft liner drop in front of him and turned a potential scoring threat into an inning-ending double play in Thursday's 4-2 loss to the Brewers.
4/23/2015 | Brewers first team to throw out Hamilton this season
The Brewers became the first team this season to punish Reds speedster Billy Hamilton for stealing.
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