Over at RedsMinorLeagues.com on Tuesday I looked at the combination of the players on the farm between their contact ability and their ability to hit for power. You should probably give that a read…
by: Drew Koch — Fansided: Blog Red Machine 1h
Michael Lorenzen pitched a phenomenal 4 innings on Tuesday night against Milwaukee, but let's pump the brakes on handing him a spot in the starting rotatio...
by: Jim Hoehn | Associated Press — WCPO 2h
Jose Peraza hit a two-run homer off Anderson in the first inning and the Cincinnati Reds beat Milwaukee 3-1 Tuesday night.
by: Nightengale, Cincinnati Enquirer — Cincinnati Enquirer 8h
Reds pitcher Michael Lorenzen allowed 1 hit and 1 unearned run in his first start since 2015 against the Milwaukee Brewers on Tuesday.
by: N/A — MLB: Reds 9h
MILWAUKEE -- This season, Reds pitcher Michael Lorenzen has worked in short relief, long relief, has been a pinch-hitter extraordinaire, a pinch-runner and even played in right field for one inning. But the role he longed for, and didn't get to do in 2018
by: Sports Illustrated — Yahoo Sports 9h
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: Steve Mancuso — SweetSpot: Redleg Nation 9h
Sure, it was just one game. Four innings. But Michael Lorenzen’s performance tonight was a much-needed dose of “maybe next year can be better” for Reds fans. He looked as overpowe…
by: Derek Grimes — SB Nation: Red Reporter 10h
Pretty great group effort on the Reds pitching part.
by: @usatoday — USA Today 10h
Jose Peraza capitalized on Chase Anderson's home run troubles with a drive in the first inning and the Cincinnati Reds beat Milwaukee 3-1