Cincinnati Reds

Cubs Take Down Reds In Walk-Off Home Run

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By: Zane Miller   The Reds were defeated by the Chicago Cubs in the second game of their series in Chicago on Tuesday night, winning 4-3 in 10 innings, recovering from the Reds’ 6-3 win in the first game of the series on Monday night. The game began with the Reds scoring all three of their runs in the first inning, as third baseman Eugenio Suarez knocked in a solo home run, followed by an RBI single courtesy of center fielder Nick Senzel and shortstop Jose Peraza added an RBI double. However, the second inning would see the Cubs cut...

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Reds Defeated By Indians In Series Opener

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By: Zane Miller   The Reds started out their two-game series on the road against the Cleveland Indians with a 2-1 loss in 10 innings on Tuesday night, as the Reds look to recover from a series loss at the hands of the Philadelphia Phillies the previous weekend. The Indians started out with the lead in the fourth inning, as first baseman Carlos Santana was able to swat a solo home run to get the first run of the game, however, the Reds responded shortly thereafter as center fielder Nick Senzel got an RBI double in the fifth inning to...

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Reds Go .500 In First Half Of May

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By: Zane Miller   The Reds have started out the first half of May with a 6-6 record, for a total record of 18-23 on the season so far, good for last place in the NL Central division. “I think it’s a nice stretch that we just had,” Reds catcher Curt Casali said. “We’ve got more in the tank. We’re trending upward. I think that should give at least people from the outside some confidence and optimism because we still have optimism in this room. We’re a confident bunch.” The team started out the month with a 1-0 victory over...

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Reds Pick Up First Sweep Of 2019

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By: Zane Miller   The Reds got their first sweep of the 2019 season at home in a three game series against the Miami Marlins, before taking a split series against the St. Louis Cardinals as the teams faced each other in Monterrey, Mexico in the Mexico Series. “The pitchers stopping all the other clubs has been great,” Reds right fielder Yasiel Puig told MLB.com. “We’re losing a lot of games by one run because the offense is not giving any runs to defend the pitchers’ good job. Now, everybody is together. That’s the reason we won three games in...

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Reds Open The Year With Even Start

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By: Zane Miller   The Reds began their first week of the regular season with  - , as they won 5-3 on Opening Day on Thursday afternoon at home over the Pittsburgh Pirates, but lost 5-0 in the following game on Sunday afternoon against the Pirates. The team remained at home to face the Milwaukee Brewers on Monday night, as the Reds lost 4-3. “You’re trusting the process, you’re trusting the track record, you’re trusting that you put guys in a certain position for a reason,” Reds manager David Bell told the Cincinnati Enquirer. “It is, as we say, a...

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