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Reds at Brewers- April 24, 2017

Reds at Brewers- April 24, 2017

The Reds open a six game road trip tonight in Milwaukee with the first of three games versus the Brewers.   Despite dropping 7 of 10 games on their just completed homestand, the Reds remain a game above .500 at 10-9,  good enough for second place in the NL  Central -0.5 games to the Cubs. …
Better Off Red 56 mins ago

Garrett Throwing Strikes

Rookie lefthander in elite companyAmir Garrett (Joe Robbins/)As Amir Garrett prepares to take on the Brewers tonight in Milwaukee, he joined some pretty good company in his last outing.According to STATS, Amir collected 19 swinging strikes over his first 3...
Cincinnati.com 21 hours ago
Reds recap: Efficient Arroyo mows down Cubs in home win

Reds recap: Efficient Arroyo mows down Cubs in home win

For once, the Reds had both their pitching and hitting firing at the same time — with a slight hiccup from the bullpen.         

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Cincinnati.com 3 hours ago
Reds offer Top 6 Ballpark Pass for $29.99 per month

Reds offer Top 6 Ballpark Pass for $29.99 per month

The Cincinnati Reds are now offering a Ballpark Pass ticket subscription service.         
Red Reporter 4 hours ago
18 Games at a Time - Capsule 1

18 Games at a Time - Capsule 1

Selective endpoints on the 2017 Reds: Part 1. The waiting is finally over. The long, baseball-deprived winter months slogged by and brought us the tease that was spring training. It was baseball, but it wasn’t “This game actually means something” baseball. But April arrived and, lo and behold, we’re already 3 weeks into the 2017 season. Time all of a sudden seems to be flying by, doesn’t it? The start of the 2017 for Reds fans meant that we will begin to have an idea of what this team might look like post-rebuild. While we all understand that the win/loss column will most likely...
Cincinnati.com 20 hours ago
Doc: Bronson Arroyo shows no fear while breezing past Cubs

Doc: Bronson Arroyo shows no fear while breezing past Cubs

Six innings, three hits, two runs. Sixty-six pitches, 48 strikes.         
Red Reporter 20 hours ago
Oh right, those Cubs. Reds win 7-5

Oh right, those Cubs. Reds win 7-5

Lots of errors and some good pitching get the Reds ahead. The Joe Nuxhall Memorial Honorary Star of the Game I’ve been very impressed with Wandy Peralta so far. He’s been more than a LOOGY in Price’s wacky new bullpen, and he’s struck out 12 of 25 batters he’s faced so far. Today he came in with two on and no out with the Cubs threatening to ruin another day in Cincinnati. He let up a productive grounder and two strikeouts to keep the Cubs at bay. Good for you Wandy. Here’s to many more. Honorable mentions to Bronson Arroyo for going 6IP, 3H, 2ER, 0BB, 7K and getting his second...
Cincinnati.com 20 hours ago
Reds Notes: After HR, Scott Schebler hopes slump is busted

Reds Notes: After HR, Scott Schebler hopes slump is busted

Not much had been going right at the plate for Scott Schebler entering Sunday’s series finale against the Chicago Cubs.         
Cincinnati.com 21 hours ago
Reds' Bryan Price manages to win vs. Chicago Cubs

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Tucker Barnhart was rooting for a run-scoring groundout, which seems like an odd desire considering the Cincinnati Reds were playing defense.         
Cincinnati.com 21 hours ago
Bronson Arroyo on his win over the Cubs

Bronson Arroyo on his win over the Cubs

The Cincinnati Reds' RHP Bronson Arroyo talks about his win over the Chicago Cubs.         
Red Reporter Apr 23, 2017
Reds vs. Cubs, Game 3: Preview/Predictions Thread

Reds vs. Cubs, Game 3: Preview/Predictions Thread

Cincinnati Reds vs. Chicago Cubs 1:10 PM ET Bronson Arroyo vs. John Lackey John Lackey is a total butt, and the Cubs are total butts, so hopefully the Reds can take advantage of the buttiness today and avoid the sweep. Lackey has a 4.00 ERA this year, but he butted it up with a 5.35 ERA in 4 starts against the Reds in 2016. He served up 3 home runs in his last outing against the Brewers, and then showed his butt when he gave a wink-nod answer to the press insinuating Eric Thames and PED use. Total butt, that one. Arroyo has gotten better through each start, though still not exactly what...
Better Off Red Apr 23, 2017

Perfection!

Tyler Mahle spins a perfect game for AA-PensacolaTyler MahleRHP Tyler Mahle (rhymes with “rally”) threw a perfect game on Saturday night for AA-Pensacola in a 1–0 win over Mobile (89 total pitches).Mahle, the 2015 Reds Minor League Player of the Year, entered the 2017 season rated by Baseball America as the 12th-best prospect in the Reds organization and the Reds minor league pitcher with the best control.So far this season, Mahle is 4–0 with a 0.67 ERA in 4 starts for Pensacola. He has given up just 2 runs on 7 hits in 26.2 innings with 5 walks and 27 strikeouts. Mahle is holding...
Better Off Red Apr 23, 2017

Sunday’s #Reds Lineup & Transaction

Hernandez recalled, Bonilla optionedToday the Reds recalled from Pensacola RHP Ariel Hernandez (#63) and optioned to Louisville RHP Lisalverto Bonilla.When he pitches, Hernandez will become the eighth Reds player to make his Major League debut this season and the 18th pitcher to appear in a game.Ariel HernandezSunday’s #Reds Lineup & Transaction was originally published in Better Off Red on Medium, where people are continuing the conversation by highlighting and responding to this story.
Cincinnati.com Apr 22, 2017
Reds prospect Tyler Mahle throws perfect game for Double-A Pensacola

Reds prospect Tyler Mahle throws perfect game for Double-A Pensacola

Reds prospect Tyler Mahle threw a perfect game on just 89 pitches for Double-A Pensacola on Saturday         
Red Reporter Apr 22, 2017
Cubs bats find Reds’ gaps: Chicago wins 12-8

Cubs bats find Reds’ gaps: Chicago wins 12-8

A whole lotta base hits. More from Chicago. The Joe Nuxhall Memorial Honorary Star of the Game Joey Votto went 3-5 with a double and a dinger. His OPS is now an even .900. It’s good to have you back, Mr. Votto. Honorable mention is due to Eugenio Suarez for his 3-5 night with two solo home runs. Robert Stephenson had a relatively clean two innings, giving up 2H, 1ER with 0BB and 4K. He could be the next Cody Reed! I mean this in a good way! Key Plays When I volunteered for the recaps, I was like “hey, at least I hope it’ll be a low-scoring affair.” It wasn’t. Cody Reed walked the...
Cincinnati.com Apr 22, 2017
In return to rotation, Cody Reed falls flat

In return to rotation, Cody Reed falls flat

For Cincinnati Reds left-hander Cody Reed, the walk to the dugout was a long one Saturday.         

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