Reds News

  • Reds' woes a product of multiple factors

    After rolling into the All-Star break with gusto, the Reds went away for the four-day respite, and somehow they have yet to come back.

  • Reds' skid reaches six with loss to Brewers

    Mike Leake limited the damage over six innings, but the Reds were only able to manage five hits in a 5-1 loss to the Brewers on Wednesday at Miller Park.

  • Cozart still bothered by swollen right hand

    The first two fingers on Reds shortstop Zack Cozart's right hand still resembled a Wisconsin bratwurst on Wednesday morning.

  • Reds' Negron OK after pickoff throw to head

    Reds backup infielder Kristopher Negron was fortunate he wasn't seriously hurt on Tuesday when a pickoff throw hit him in the head.

  • Reds receive extra Draft pick for 2015

    In the Competitive Balance Lottery for an extra Draft pick on Wednesday, the Reds drew the first pick of Round B.

  • Reds hoping to find form at home vs. Nats

    The reeling Reds will try to get back on track when they return home on Friday to open a weekend series against the Nationals, with Alfredo Simon and Tanner Roark meeting in the opener at Great American Ball Park.

  • Strained shoulder lands Ondrusek on DL

    The Reds placed Logan Ondrusek on the 15-day disabled list on Tuesday because of a strained right shoulder. The move, which is retroactive to July 13, led to the recall of reliever Curtis Partch from Triple-A Louisville.

  • Reds' skid at five after Brewers walk off

    Jonathan Lucroy's second home run of the night was a walk-off shot off Sam LeCure that sent the Reds to a 4-3 defeat. Cincinnati, now 4 1/2 games behind first-place Milwaukee in the National League Central, has dropped a season-high five straight games and suffered its eighth consecutive road loss.

  • Price may stick with eight-man bullpen

    The Reds have been operating with 13 pitchers, eight of them relievers, and playing a man short on the bench for nearly two weeks. This week the reason was, in part, to have pitching depth in case Mat Latos and Homer Bailey did not return well from their injuries, but it appears that the eight-man bullpen could remain for the time being.

  • Cozart day to day after taking pitch to hand

    Zack Cozart came out of Tuesday's game, a 4-3 loss to the Brewers, following the top of the seventh after being hit on the right hand by a pitch in a bunt attempt. X-rays were negative, and he is listed as day to day.

  • Schumaker wins award, unveils fund-raiser

    Skip Schumaker was named on Tuesday as the club's winner of the 2014 Heart and Hustle Award, and he announced a charity initiative through which fans can join a fantasy football league composed of Reds players.

  • Prospect Winker sidelined with wrist injury

    Double-A Pensacola left fielder Jesse Winker is expected to miss two to four weeks after injuring a tendon in his right wrist.

  • Reds making most of community outreach

    If you want an example of community outreach done right, look no further than the Reds Community Fund and the RBI (Reviving Baseball in Inner Cities) program it sponsors in the greater Cincinnati area.

  • Tough night in field leads to Reds' loss

    Perhaps the popup that landed between three Reds players in New York on Sunday wasn't just the end of a lost game and a bad series. It only proved to be just the beginning, as mistakes in the field were frequent during a 5-2 loss to Milwaukee on Monday, Cincinnati's fourth in a row since the All-Star break ended.

  • Phillips' recovery takes big step forward

    The lengthy recovery process for Brandon Phillips took a step forward on Monday. Phillips, who underwent surgery on July 11 to repair a torn ligament in his left thumb, began working out in Cincinnati.

  • Hamilton not worried about cold bat post-break

    In the first three games out of the All-Star break, Billy Hamilton went 1-for-12 with a double, one steal, no walks and no runs scored. But the rookie shrugged it off, saying, "I still feel comfortable right now, and it's all good. I had a bad series."

  • Arguing strike call nets Price an ejection

    Bryan Price was ejected from Monday's game vs. the Brewers for arguing a strike three call on a check swing in the sixth inning.

  • Chapman takes the loss after Yanks walk off

    A routine popup to short right field landed between three players for an unlikely walk-off RBI single that handed the Reds a 3-2 loss and a three-game series sweep by the Yankees.