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Cincinnati.com 4 hours ago
Cueto returns to GABP

Cueto returns to GABP

Former Reds pitcher Johnny Cueto pitched against his old team for the first time on Monday.         
Cincinnati.com 5 hours ago
Brandon Finnegan leaves start with hamstring issue

Brandon Finnegan leaves start with hamstring issue

Brandon Finnegan felt his hamstring grab in the third inning, but pitched three more to save the team's tired bullpen.         
Columbus Dispatch 5 hours ago

Giants 9, Reds 6 | Blame it on the bullpen

adcelannotate = {"mobilepaywallcategory" : "MOBILE_PREM-SPORTS","nativepaywallcategory" : "NATIVE_PREM-SPORTS"};CINCINNATI -- The Reds roughed up Johnny Cueto in his return to Great American Ball Park, but the San Francisco Giants rallied against Cincinnati's historically bad bullpen, riding Brandon Crawford's three-run homer to a 9-6 victory Monday night.
Cincinnati.com 6 hours ago
Reds waste 6-run inning vs. Cueto in 9-6 loss to Giants

Reds waste 6-run inning vs. Cueto in 9-6 loss to Giants

The Reds scored six times in the third against Johnny Cueto, but it wasn't enough in a 9-6 loss to San Francisco.         
Red Reporter 6 hours ago

Reds 6, Giants 9 - Nice game goes south for Cincinnati thanks to another bullpen disaster

You know the story. The Joe Nuxhall Memorial Honorary Star of the Game Joey Votto came into Monday's outing with an OPS over .900 in his previous 9 games, in the process trying to eschew the ugly stat-line he'd carried before that mini-breakout.  The Cincinnati Reds 1B came barreling into a matchup with his former All Star teammate, Johnny Cueto, and the stage was set for a public tete-a-tete that Reds fans had quietly pondered for years. Votto struck out in his first appearance against Cueto, but proceeded to launch a healthy 3-run dinger against the former Cincinnati ace in his second...
Cincinnati.com 8 hours ago
Doc: What Votto said was nonsense. Kind of

Doc: What Votto said was nonsense. Kind of

That stuff about Joey Votto pondering retirement if the whole season plays out the way April did?         
Red Reporter 9 hours ago

Reds place Devin Mesoraco on DL with torn labrum in shoulder

The hits just keep on coming. In his career with the Cincinnati Reds, Devin Mesoraco has fought through injuries to his hamstring, groin, and hip, the latter of which required one season-ending surgery for him.  He's also fought concussion issues, which absolutely should not be discounted. We found out just before Monday's game against the San Francisco Giants that Mes is now dealing with another major injury, a torn labrum in his left shoulder that required the Reds to place him on the 15-day DL. The Reds have placed on the 15-day disabled list C Devin Mesoraco, retroactive to...
Better Off Red 9 hours ago


The Reds have placed on the 15-day disabled list C Devin Mesoraco, retroactive to Thursday, with a torn labrum in his left shoulder. C Ramon Cabrera (#37) has been recalled from Class AAA Louisville and is expected to be in uniform for tonight’s game vs the Giants.
Cincinnati.com 10 hours ago
Reds’ injury pileup reaching critical mass

Reds’ injury pileup reaching critical mass

When Cincinnati Reds manager Bryan Price thinks of the barrage of injuries his players have sustained and re-sustained, his mind turns to…"The Flintstones"?         
Red Reporter 11 hours ago

Reds vs. Giants, Game 1: Preview/Predictions Thread

Cincinnati Reds vs. San Francisco Giants Monday, May 2, 20167:10 PMGABP Brandon Finnegan vs. Johnny Cueto The Reds had a huge emotional victory yesterday afternoon, and now have the luxury of a 10-game homestand to build on the end of the road trip. The Reds have been significantly better at home so far this year. Unfortunately for them, they face an old friend tonight in Johnny Cueto. Cueto makes his return to Cincinnati, and tonight should be a feel-good emotionally charged night for everyone. Cueto left on good terms, and has a personality that neutral fans...
Better Off Red 12 hours ago


  How would you like to win the stuff above? Well, here’s how All you have to do is tweet me (@jamieblog) the answer to the following question: In the most recent episode of the Better Off Red Podcast, what was Jeff Passan’s response when I asked him why it was important to include Sandy […]
Cincinnati.com 14 hours ago
Reds' lineup vs. Johnny Cueto, Giants

Reds' lineup vs. Johnny Cueto, Giants

Here's the Cincinnati Reds lineup for Monday's series opener against the San Francisco Giants that will face Johnny Cueto as he pitches in a different uniform at GABP for the first time since being traded last July.         
Better Off Red 15 hours ago


….. From my pal @Bongreatness… Leading us in the singing of our National Anthem this evening will be Priscilia Le Foll, who plays “The Shaman” in Cirque du Soleil’s TORUK — The First Flight, inspired by James Cameron’s AVATAR, with performances at U.S. Bank Arena, May 4th through May 8th. In the middle of the […]
San Jose Mercury News 16 hours ago

Would Reds' star Joey Votto really walk away from $200 million?

Cincinnati Reds' first baseman Joey Votto is really struggling going into Monday night's game with the San Francisco Giants, and he says he'd rather retire than continue to play so poorly.
Red Reporter 16 hours ago

Was this the worst (pitching) April in Reds history?

Cincinnati's pitching has struggled to start the 2016 season. Where do these struggles rank in franchise history? If you've watched the Reds this season, then you're well aware that the pitching staff has struggled. There have been a few bright spots here and there, but on the whole this is a staff has been hit hard and often in baseball's opening month. A simple glance at pitching statistics around the league make this point abundantly clear. Through April, Cincinnati led the league in home runs allowed with 43. This actually broke the franchise record of 41 set in 2003 and 2006. The Reds...

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