6:53 PM EDT, Tue July 29, 2014
Cincinnati Reds Rumors & News
Redlegs Review 11 hours ago
Your browser does not support iframes.Devin Mesoraco is strong. Really strong.This fact of life was put on full display Monday night as the Reds catcher absolutely crushed a pitch to the upper deck for his 17th bomb of the season.Unfortunately, this run was the only one Cincinnati could push across in 15 innings, suffering a 2-1 loss at the hands of the Diamondbacks.
Arizona Republic 7 hours ago
The Reds and Diamondbacks continue their series from Great American Ball Park in Cincinnati.
Columbus Dispatch 14 hours ago
CINCINNATI — The Reds’ offensive struggles might have reached a new high — or rather, a low — last night.
Redleg Nation 6 hours ago
The non-waiver trade deadline is fast approaching and Jeff Samardzija, Jason Hammel, Jake Peavy, Brandon McCarthy, Huston Street, Joakim Soria, Chase Headley, Jason Frasor, and Kendrys Morales have already been dealt. I know more than a few Reds fans have been wondering if trades were still allowed in baseball, and let the record show that …
Rotoworld 3 hours ago
Reds placed OF Jay Bruce on the bereavement list.
CINCINNATI — The yawning hole Joey Votto left at first base when he went to the disabled list for the second time on July 8 has had the Cincinnati Reds running in-season tryouts. “Now everyone sees (catcher) Brayan Pena as a first baseman,” manager Bryan Price said yesterday morning. He grinned. Reporters laughed.
CINCINNATI — Mat Latos had to be perfect for the Cincinnati Reds to have a chance at a victory yesterday.
Columbus Dispatch Jul 27, 2014
CINCINNATI (AP) — Johnny Cueto made one modest run enough to end a long losing streak. Cueto fanned nine in seven innings yesterday, and Brayan Pena singled through a drawn-in infield for the only run, leading the Cincinnati Reds to a 1-0 victory over the Washington Nationals that ended a seven-game losing streak.
Washington Post Jul 26, 2014
CINCINNATI — It’s only late July, but the pitching matchups between the Washington Nationals and Cincinnati Reds this weekend are more worthy of a windy fall afternoon than a humid summer day. The Nationals were scheduled to throw two of their best starters and their lone left-handed pitcher against the Reds. The Reds would counter with a strong right-hander and two all-stars. Read full article >>
Columbus Dispatch Jul 26, 2014
CINCINNATI (AP) — The Cincinnati Reds had as many hits combined as Washington’s leadoff hitter, the latest poor showing by an offense that hasn’t done anything since the All-Star break. Denard Span matched Cincinnati’s hit total with his four singles, and Tanner Roark allowed only three singles over seven innings yesterday night, leading the Washington Nationals to a 4-1 victory that extended their surge and the Reds’ slump.
Washington Post Jul 25, 2014
CINCINNATI — Nearly four full months into the season, the pitcher who fought for the final spot in the Washington Nationals’ rotation in spring training stands ahead of them all. Tanner Roark, the unassuming, unheralded starter who blossomed late in his development, has long moved past any fluky hot streak. After a masterful start in Friday’s 4-1 win over the Cincinnati Reds, Roark’s body of work is large enough to prove that he is not only a major league starter but a gifted one, too. Read full article >>
Nats Insider | CSN Washington Jul 25, 2014
It’s hard to believe even while typing this that the Nationals are playing their 100th game of the season tonight. But here we are, as the Nats begin a three-game series with the injury-depleted Cincinnati Reds on Friday. The Reds are a game above .500 at 51-50, but many of their biggest names are currently out due…
Columbus Dispatch Jul 25, 2014
DAYTON — The Grim Reaper of the 2014 season has not written his final sentence on the Cincinnati Reds. His pen/scythe remains poised in the air, just waiting to render the final verdict any day now.