Against left-handed hitters, Reds pitchers rank last in the Majors in batting average, home runs and on-base plus slugging percentage.
by: N/A — MLB: Reds 27m
MILWAUKEE -- Last weekend against the Cubs, the Reds saw former National League Most Valuable Player Award-winner Kris Bryant start in both left and right field. He's also played a few games this season at first base, although his main position is third..
by: Wick Terrell — SB Nation: Red Reporter 55m
Just win, baby.
by: Jim Walker — SweetSpot: Redleg Nation 3h
Tonight the Reds and Brewers meet in the middle game of the current three game series at Miller Park. The Brewers will be looking to solidify their hold atop NL wildcard race 3.5 games clear of the…
by: Jon Tayler September 18, 2018 — Sports Illustrated 6h
Christian Yelich hit his second cycle in three weeks on Monday night. Does that make him the favorite in a crowded NL MVP race?
by: John Popovich — WCPO 8h
It was 30 years ago, Sunday, that Tom Browning pitched the only perfect game in Cincinnati Reds history.
by: The Sports Xchange — Fox Sports 10h
Like any hitter in Major League Baseball, there's a scouting report on Christian Yelich.
by: Drew Koch — Fansided: Blog Red Machine 11h
The Cincinnati Reds offense has been nonexistent over the past four games. It's not just getting on base, but it's getting those runners in to score. The C...
by: Reuters — Yahoo Sports 19h
Christian Yelich became the fifth major-leaguer to hit for the cycle twice in the same season, leading the Milwaukee Brewers to an 8-0 victory over the visiting Cincinnati Reds on Monday night. Wade Miley (5-2) lowered his ERA to 2.08 with five shutout...
by: Chris Thompson — Deadspin 21h
Brewers outfielder Christian Yelich hit for the cycle in a game against the Reds back on August 29. It was a career night for Yelich, who finished 6-for-6 from the plate with three RBI in a wacky Brewers win. Yelich hit three dingers and drove in nine...
by: https://www.facebook.com/steve.gardner — USA Today 7h
Milwaukee Brewers outfielder Christian Yelich bolstered his NL MVP case with his second cycle of the season.
by: Bill Baer — NBC Sports: Hardball Talk 21h
Christian Yelich became the first player to hit two cycles in the same season against the same team.