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by: N/A — MLB: Reds 8h
CINCINNATI -- During the Reds' recent winning surge, they haven't been on the wrong end of lopsided losses very often. In fact, they've had only three losses of more than four runs over the last month. A big reason for Cincinnati's revival has been...
by: Marty Leap — Fansided: Rum Bunter 8h
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The start of the second half was delayed for three hours, but the Reds are probably wishing now they had delayed it 24 hours. Tyler Mahle has not been the same pitcher in July that he was in June, …
by: Drew Koch — Fansided: Blog Red Machine 12 Jul
Good morning and welcome to a Wednesday edition of Blog Red Machine’s news and notes. The Cincinnati Reds were embarrassed on Wednesday night in Clevela...
by: Hal McCoy — Dayton Daily News: The Real McCoy 12 Jul
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by: N/A — MLB: Indians 12 Jul
CLEVELAND -- The Indians' offense has operated like a powder keg this season. The lineup might go quiet for a few days, but when the group reverses that trend, it happens swiftly and in overwhelming fashion. On Wednesday night at Progressive Field, Jose..
by: Beacon Journal/Ohio.com — Akron Beacon Journal 12 Jul
CLEVELAND: After Tuesday’s gaffe that ended in a gut-wrenching loss, the Indians made sure on Wednesday night that nothing like that had a chance of occurring in a 19-4 blasting of the Cincinnati Reds at Progressive Field. The 19 runs were the most for...
by: Lance McAlister — ESPN: ESPN 1530 12 Jul
Reds: Hey, it only counts as one loss....even if it was 19-4
by: Author: Matthew Florjancic Published: 10:41 PM EDT July 11, 2018 Updated: 10:43 PM EDT July 11, 2018 — WKYC: WKYC Cleveland 12 Jul
The Cleveland Indians scored 19 runs on the way to a 19-4 win over the Cincinnati Reds at Progressive Field Wednesday night.
by: Matt Wilkes — SweetSpot: Redleg Nation 10 Jul
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