Brandon Dixon, a utility player, shared a funny story of how he found out he was promoted to the Major Leagues during his last Triple-A game.
by: Nathan J Hursh — Pirates Breakdown 21h
Our Pittsburgh Pirates Wake Up Call starts your day with everything Pirates and more.
by: Marcus Hartman — Dayton Daily News 22h
Plus how Homer Bailey and Hunter Greene compare
by: N/A — MLB: Reds 22 May
Back in 2002, Nick Krall was so determined to break into baseball that he supplemented a front-office internship with Oakland by working as the team's bat boy. Carrying equipment for the Moneyball A's -- and learning from Billy Beane and Paul DePodesta --
by: Paul Daugherty — Cincinnati Enquirer: The Morning Line 21 May
Just when is this supposed to turn around?
MLB Power Rankings: Weighing the staying power of the upstart Braves, Phillies, Brewers and Pirates - CBSSports.com
by: Sports Network — CBS Sports 21 May
The Yankees, Red Sox and Astros remain at the top, but let's focus our attention on the NL this week
by: Nightengale, email@example.com — Cincinnati Enquirer 20 May
Anthony DeSclafani, the Reds' pitcher who has battled injuries since 2016, is on pace to join the team's starting rotation near the end of May.
by: Hal McCoy — Dayton Daily News: The Real McCoy 20 May
CINCINNATI — It was a quiet Sunday morning in the Cincinnati Reds clubhouse as players went about their business of preparing for the final game of a four-game series against the Chicago Cubs. Pitcher Homer Bailey was in his chair in front of his locker,.
by: Evan Altman — Cubs Insider 20 May
Huh, so this is interesting. Ben Zobrist is leading off at second base, Albert Almora Jr. is in center, and Anthony Rizzo is at first. Willson Contreras will be catching and cleaning up. Nothing too wild so far, right? WIth Kris Bryant getting a rare day.
Former University of Cincinnati star Ian Happ is having homer-coming against Reds - WCPO Cincinnati, OH
by: Associated Press — WCPO 20 May
CINCINNATI (AP) — Ian Happ is celebrating his own personal homecoming.
by: WGN Web Desk — WGN 20 May
CINCINNATI — Billy Hamilton drew a bases-loaded walk with no outs in the 11th inning and the Cincinnati Reds outlasted the Chicago Cubs 5-4 Saturday in the first game of a day-night doubleheader. The benches cleared in the seventh when Javier Baez...
by: Steve Mancuso — SweetSpot: Redleg Nation 20 May
Game 1: The Best Cincinnati Reds 5 (16-30) • Chicago Cubs 4 (23-19) Box Score || Win % || Reds Pitcher Statcast || Reds Hitter Statcast Luis Castillo pitched five innings giving up one run. Castil…
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