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Cincinnati.com 1 hour ago
BAR: Fans got All-Star starters right enough

BAR: Fans got All-Star starters right enough

The All-Star starters aren't perfect, but they're good enough.         
Red Reporter 1 hour ago

Farmers Only Weekend Harvest: Independence Day Edition

CAW CAW Louisville When their game was suspended on Thursday, the Bats trailed 1-0.  After its completion on Friday, the Bats had lost 7-1.  Tony Cingrani looked sharp in his rehab appearance, tossing 2 no-hit innings with 3 strikeouts and a walk.  Donovan Hand got jobbed, giving up 6 runs in 4 innings on 3 dingers.  Brennan Boesch had the only highlight on offense, going 1-3 with a solo shot and a walk. In the regularly scheduled game, Bobby Steve made his AAA debut in a 3-2 Bats win.  Robert Stephenson tossed five perfectly cromulent innings, allowing a pair of runs while striking...
Better Off Red 2 hours ago

HE, YOU DID IT!

THANK YOU, REDS FANS for voting Todd Frazier NL third baseman for the 86th MLB All-Star Game in Cincinnati!. #ASG pic.twitter.com/4Gr0VnLP3l — Reds (@Reds) July 5, 2015 ….. Pinch me now thanks 2everyone who voted for me 2 start my 1st all star game. Thank u teammates coaches family and most importantly my fans — […]
Red Reporter 18 hours ago

Todd Frazier selected to start All Star Game

The Reds 3B gets got over the hump and into the starting lineup. Cincinnati Reds 3B Todd Frazier saw a late voting push that was good enough to get him into the National League starting lineup for the upcoming All Star Game in Cincinnati, ESPN revealed on their selection show Sunday night.  Frazier had trailed St. Louis Cardinals 3B Matt Carpenter by as many as two million votes as recently as a three weeks ago, but Todd's continued success and a voting press by Reds fans finally had him overtake the lead just prior to the close of the selection window. Frazier is currently tied for the...
Cincinnati.com 18 hours ago
Todd Frazier voted All-Star starter at third base

Todd Frazier voted All-Star starter at third base

Todd Frazier will be the first Reds third baseman to start for the NL in the All-Star Game since Chris Sabo in 1991.         
Pete Rose by the numbers

Pete Rose by the numbers

The Enquirer's Mike Nyerges takes a look at Hit King and former Big Red Machine great Pete Rose, behind the numbers.         
Columbus Dispatch 19 hours ago

Brewers 6, Reds 1: Milwaukee sweeps Cincinnati, extends win streak to eight

CINCINNATI — Mike Leake improved from his last start. Against the Milwaukee Brewers this weekend, that wasn’t enough. Rookie Taylor Jungmann allowed four hits in eight innings and the Brewers extended their winning streak to eight games with a 6-1 victory over the Cincinnati Reds on Sunday.
Cincinnati.com 21 hours ago
Reds' Price: Barnhart has earned more playing time

Reds' Price: Barnhart has earned more playing time

Sunday was Tucker Barnhart's sixth start in the last eight games         
Red Reporter 22 hours ago

Brewers 6, Reds 1 - Last place Milwaukee completes sweep of reeling Cincinnati

That's a great way to wrap the home portion of the season's 1st half. The Joe Nuxhall Memorial Honorary Star of the Game Brandon Phillips launched a double off the wall in LF, drove in the only Cincinnati Reds run of the day, and made a highlight reel over-the-shoulder catch in short RF against the Milwaukee Brewers on Sunday, and while the good guys were busy getting thoroughly shut down, that was good enough to take today's JNMHSotG trophy.  Beers starter Taylor Jungmann had put up a fear-inducing 6.37 ERA in 59.1 AAA innings in 2015 prior to his recent call-up to the big leagues, and he...
Cincinnati.com 22 hours ago
Lackluster hitting deflates Reds in loss to Brewers

Lackluster hitting deflates Reds in loss to Brewers

But the sweep the Milwaukee Brewers completed Sunday against the Reds was particularly ugly for the home team: The Brewers won 6-1 Sunday before a crowd of 28,882 at Great American Ball Park.         

Live coverage: Brewers at Reds

Riding a seven-game win streak, the Brewers play game three of a weekend series against the Cincinnati Reds at 12:10 p.m. at Great American Bank Park. You can follow the game through live tweets from reporters Tom Haudricourt and Todd Rosiak and our live box score.
Better Off Red Jul 5, 2015

SUNDAY’S #REDS LINEUP: WHO’S YOUR ‘RED-TO-ROCK?’

TUNE IN TO ESPN TONIGHT AT 7:30 ET TO FIND OUT IF TODD FRAZIER COLLECTED ENOUGH VOTES TO MAKE THE NATIONAL LEAGUE ALL-STAR TEAM’S STARTING LINEUP!   ….. From my pal @Bongreatness… Kids in attendance at today’s game will receive a Brandon Phillips poster, courtesy of Meijer. During the middle of the 7th inning break […]
Red Reporter Jul 5, 2015

Reds vs. Brewers, Game 3: Preview and Predictions Thread

Milwaukee Brewers @ Cincinnati Reds Sunday, July 5, 20151:10 PM EDTGABP Mike Leake vs. Taylor Jungmann The Reds were embarrassed by themselves on Friday and embarrassed by the Brewers on Saturday. They will try to avoid the sweep today. After all, being swept by the worst team in the division puts a damper on All Star Excitement™. Milwaukee will trot out Taylor Jungmann, who is not to be confused with Henny Youngman. Henny Youngman was a comedian and violinist while Taylor Jungmann won the Dick Howser trophy in college (this is not the setup to a joke). In his 5 career starts, all...
Columbus Dispatch Jul 5, 2015

Brewers 7, Reds 3: Reds’ pitching woes continue

CINCINNATI — Josh Smith at least made his third career big-league start memorable. The Cincinnati Reds rookie right-hander hit four Milwaukee Brewers batters in 41/3 innings on Saturday night, tying the team record set by Jake Weimer in 1907. Unfortunately — or fortunately, depending on one’s point of view — Smith didn’t have a chance to break the record, as manager Bryan Price ended his night immediately after he hit Carlos Gomez with one out in the fifth inning to load the bases.
Columbus Dispatch Jul 5, 2015

Reds’ pitching woes continue

CINCINNATI — Josh Smith at least made his third career big-league start memorable. The Cincinnati Reds rookie right-hander hit four Milwaukee Brewers batters in 4 1/3 innings on Saturday night, tying the team record set by Jake Weimer in 1907. The Brewers scored six times in the fifth inning and went on to win 7-3 at Great American Ball Park.

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