4:23 AM EDT, Tue July 26, 2016
Red Reporter 2 hours ago

Jay Bruce homers twice, Reds beat Giants 7-5

Jay Bruce is a dinger smashing guru. The Joe Nuxhall Memorial Honorary Star of the Game Jay Bruce has been mashing his way through the National League for most of the entire 2016 season, but he has taken particular notice of the most recent games on the schedule in the wake of the All Star Break. Bruce dingered on Monday - twice - meaning he's launched long balls in each of the last three games, and Monday's power supply was the single biggest driving factor for the Cincinnati Reds' offense in their opener against the San Francisco Giants.  His final line:  2 for 4, 2 runs scored, 4...
Cincinnati.com 2 hours ago
Reds hang on for 7-5 win

Reds hang on for 7-5 win

Jay Bruce hit a pair of two-run homers and Eugenio Suarez added a third to help the Reds to a 7-5 win.         
Cincinnati.com 4 hours ago
Homer Bailey headed to San Francisco on Tuesday

Homer Bailey headed to San Francisco on Tuesday

Veteran right-hander Homer Bailey threw in his sixth rehab start for Triple-A Louisville on Monday.         
Cincinnati.com 5 hours ago
Reds react to Aroldis Chapman joining NL Central

Reds react to Aroldis Chapman joining NL Central

Aroldis Chapman is back in the National League Central, and the next time he takes the mound he’ll be wearing Chicago Cub blue.         
Cincinnati.com 6 hours ago
Notes: Brandon Phillips riding hot streak

Notes: Brandon Phillips riding hot streak

SAN FRANCISCO – Perhaps the best thing to happen to Brandon Phillips this season was breaking a bone in his left hand.         
Red Reporter 8 hours ago

Reds at Giants, Game 1: Preview/Predictions Thread

Cincinnati Reds at San Francisco Giants Monday, July 24, 201610:15 PMAT&T Park Anthony DeSclafani vs. Jake Peavy The Reds begin a west coast trip on a high note, after winning all 3 series from their homestand. They'll face the tough Giants first. Anthony DeSclafani gets the ball for the Reds tonight, and has been their best pitcher since making his debut this year. He's the de facto ace of this staff right now, and their best shot to win in this series. He'll face Jake Peavy, who's settled down after a rough start to the year. Go Reds! Bullpen...
Cincinnati.com 10 hours ago
County can cut $65M in stadium debt

County can cut $65M in stadium debt

Hamilton County plan to refinance bonds could save more than $65 million over next two decades         
Red Reporter 12 hours ago

Farmer's Only Weekend Harvest: Schebler stays mashing

And Amir Garrett stays being nasty. Friday, July 22nd Louisville Bats 5, Lehigh Valley Ironpigs 3 Scott "Schebly Ebbly" Schebler is going to be an interesting hitter to watch when he gets back to Cincinnati. He went 3-for-4 in this one with a home run and a triple, driving in three. The triple was his sixth of the AAA season, the home run his 11th. Sure, he's a 25-year old in AAA, but it's certainly not *discouraging* to see what he's been doing with the Bats. Raffy "Duck" Lopez also doubled in this game. This was also John Lamb's first minor league appearance since being sent down, and he...
Cincinnati.com 12 hours ago
Reds hope to rock Peavy again

Reds hope to rock Peavy again

The Reds haven't historically fared well against Giants scheduled starter Jake Peavy, but they mistreated him when they faced him earlier this season.         
Cincinnati.com 13 hours ago
Ex-Reds Cueto, Gomes unhappy with Royals over no White House invitation

Ex-Reds Cueto, Gomes unhappy with Royals over no White House invitation

Two former Reds who contributed to the Kansas City Royals' World Series title run in 2015 were not happy that the team didn't invite them for a recent White House visit.         
Red Reporter 16 hours ago

Cincinnati Reds links - Aroldis Chapman traded again & more Jay Bruce rumors

Monday links! Former Cincinnati Reds closer Aroldis Chapman is again in the news today, this time because the New York Yankees are in the process of trading him to the Chicago Cubs. Chapman, you'll remember, only ended up in New York in the first place after a deal that would've sent him to the Los Angeles Dodgers fell apart when he was accused of domestic violence and discharging a weapon in his own garage. That initial deal with the Dodgers reportedly included Jose Peraza, a Top 50 overall prospect who the Reds eventually picked up in the Todd Frazier trade.  However, once the details of...
Cincinnati.com 21 hours ago
BAR: Cincinnati Reds traded Aroldis Chapman at worst time

BAR: Cincinnati Reds traded Aroldis Chapman at worst time

The Blog Above Replacement is a daily look at the Reds, their minor leagues and whatever else is on the mind of Enquirer Reds beat writers, C. Trent Rosecrans and Zach Buchanan.         
Cincinnati.com Jul 24, 2016
Plaque’s words powerful for Griffey

Plaque’s words powerful for Griffey

COOPERSTOWN, N.Y. - Ken Griffey Jr. had one word to describe how he will forever be immortalized in the Hall of Fame: “Awesome.”         
Columbus Dispatch Jul 24, 2016

Bob Hunter commentary | Hall-worthy Ken Griffey Jr. had tough times with Reds

It’s easy to forget how good Ken Griffey Jr. was, especially given that he was at his best as a clean player during the steroid era. Junior was the second coming of Willie Mays, the consummate five-tool star who may have been the best all-around baseball player ever.adcelannotate = {"mobilepaywallcategory" : "MOBILE_PREM-SPORTS","nativepaywallcategory" : "NATIVE_PREM-SPORTS"};
Columbus Dispatch Jul 24, 2016

Diamondbacks 9, Reds 8 | Late rally falls short

CINCINNATI -- Paul Goldschmidt made his only hit in three games count. His solo home run in the fifth inning gave Arizona the lead for good, and the Diamondbacks finished with four homers in holding off the Cincinnati Reds 9-8 on Sunday.adcelannotate = {"mobilepaywallcategory" : "MOBILE_PREM-SPORTS","nativepaywallcategory" : "NATIVE_PREM-SPORTS"};

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