7:53 PM EDT, Thu May 05, 2016
Red Reporter

Cincinnati Reds links - Come back soon, Anthony DeSclafani

Thursday links! The Cincinnati Reds pitching staff currently leads - leads? - leads all of baseball in walks allowed and runs allowed, and the team's -54 run differential sits tied with the lowly Atlanta Braves for the worst mark in all of baseball. Injuries have played a major role in that futility, since the bulk of the team's projected rotation and bullpen have been relegated to the sidelines this year in lieu of getting outs from the mound.  One such starter is Anthony DeSclafani, whose injured oblique muscle still has him a ways away from Cincinnati.  He felt soreness after his...

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Red Sox injury updates: Sandoval feeling better, headed to see Andrews; Carson Smith on track to return soon

A couple of injury updates from Fenway Park, where the Red Sox are preparing to open a two-game series against the Braves as part of a home-and-home with their “natural” rivals from Atlanta. Third baseman Pablo Sandoval said he’s feeling better and is on track to be examined by Dr. James Andrews on Monday in […]

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Closing Time: David Price strikes out 14, Travis Shaw drives in 5 runs in Red Sox’ win

That’s more like it. After allowing eight runs in just 3 2/3 innings last Thursday against the Rays, David Price was able to pick up the win Tuesday night in Atlanta as the Red Sox took down the Braves, 11-4. They have now won three games in a row and went 4-1 on the road […]

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Yoenis Cespedes, David Wright to sit out Mets-Braves series finale

Cespedes will continue to be sidelined with a leg injury, while Wright will receive a day off.