Reds News

  • Late comeback bid not enough as Reds fall

    The Reds scored more than three runs in a game for the first time since the All-Star break, but the offense came too late, as a three-run homer by Devin Mesoraco in the ninth inning left Cincinnati short in a 5-4 loss to the D-backs in Wednesday afternoon's rubber game at Great American Ball Park.

  • Price feels Reds will be buyers at Deadline

    When the Reds started their nosedive coming out of the All-Star break, speculation increased over whether the club could pivot from being buyers to sellers before Thursday's 4 p.m. ET non-waiver Trade Deadline. When asked which way the team was leaning Wednesday morning, Reds manager Bryan Price was pretty emphatic the team and general manager Walt Jocketty still fell in the buyer category.

  • Reds' Frazier close to joining 20-20 club

    With four more steals, Todd Frazier -- who entered Wednesday's series finale with Arizona with 20 home runs -- would become the third Reds third baseman to hit 20 homers and steal 20 bases in the same season, joining Chris Sabo (25 homers, 25 stolen bases in 1990) and Aaron Boone (26 homers, 32 stolen bases in 2002).

  • Cueto tries to solve Marlins in series opener

    Reds ace Johnny Cueto has been one of the National League's best starters, but in his career, he's struggled against the red-hot Marlins, whom he'll face in Thursday night's series opener at Marlins Park. Tom Koehler, who's pitched well in July, gets the nod for Miami.

  • Reds' Price loses challenge on stolen base

    Reds manager Bryan Price unsuccessfully challenged a stolen base by the D-backs' Didi Gregorius in Wednesday afternoon's game at Great American Ball Park.

  • Chapman earns 100th career save

    Aroldis Chapman pitched a scoreless ninth inning in the Reds' 3-0 victory over the D-backs on Tuesday night at Great American Ball Park to pick up his 100th career save.

  • Leake twirls gem, gets RBI to down D-backs

    It wasn't raining runs for the Reds just yet on Tuesday night vs. the D-backs, but they didn't need the deluge, just more than the slow trickle of offense they've gotten lately. After losing nine of the previous 10 games, the Reds got a much needed 3-0 victory over Arizona.

  • Reds' successful challenge leads to run

    Reds manager Bryan Price successfully challenged a call in the second inning of Tuesday's game against the D-backs at Great American Ball Park.

  • Reds place Bruce on bereavement list

    The Reds announced Tuesday afternoon that right fielder Jay Bruce was placed on the bereavement list. Later in the evening, the club revealed that Bruce's grandfather passed away.

  • Reds' Partch gets call for fifth time this year

    Right-handed reliever Curtis Partch is probably familiar with every nuance of the drive up and down Interstate 71 between Cincinnati and Louisville by now.

  • Reds' Parra has stiff back; Ondrusek throws

    Reds lefty reliever Manny Parra is dealing with back stiffness, and righty reliever Logan Ondrusek -- on the disabled list since July 22 -- has resumed a throwing program.

  • Reds get six hits in 15-inning loss to D-backs

    An RBI single in the top of the 15th inning by Nick Ahmed sent the Reds to a 2-1 defeat against the D-backs on Monday night at Great American Ball Park.

  • Chapman tops 100 on 15 pitches vs. D-backs

    Reds closer Aroldis Chapman threw 20 pitches on Monday night and 15 of them were fastballs. None of Chapman's fastballs were clocked at less than 101 mph and the average speed of those pitches was 102 mph. Chapman hit 104 mph on a pitch to Paul Goldschmidt and hit 103 mph five times in the inning.

  • Reds could go either direction at Deadline

    Only a couple of weeks ago, the Reds were one of the hottest teams in baseball and definitely buyers ahead of the July 31 non-waiver Trade Deadline. Now, the situation is not as clear.

  • Stephenson, Winker lead Reds' updated Top 20 list

    With the passing of the Draft signing deadline, teams have had a recent influx of talent into their farm systems, and with that, has updated the Top 20 Prospects lists of all 30 teams.

  • Top to bottom, Reds keeping positive outlook

    It's not exactly a state secret that the Reds haven't played well since the All-Star break, and if it was, the seven-game losing streak they broke on Saturday was the ultimate telltale sign. Reds manager Bryan Price has showed a mostly upbeat demeanor during the adversity. Price said that CEO Bob Castellini has also been positive with him during their recent conversations.