Reds 6, Brewers 3
by: ANDREW WAGNER For the State Journal — Wisconsin State Journal 3h
The 6-3 road loss dropped Milwaukee (26-27) a full game back of Cincinnati (28-27), which holds the eighth and final NL playoff berth.
by: Tom Haudricourt, Milwaukee Journal Sentinel — Milwaukee Journal Sentinal 3h
The Reds won the opener of their big series against the Brewers behind strong pitching from right-hander Luis Castillo.
by: Adam McCalvy — MLB: Brewers 3h
Eight times this season, the Brewers have played a game when a victory would have given them a winning record. Eight times, they have been denied. None of those attempts hurt more than on Monday, when a win would have put the Brewers in postseason...
by: Doug Gray — SweetSpot: Redleg Nation 3h
When Luis Castillo left the game in the top of the 7th inning the score was 2-1 as he outdueled Brandon Woodruff. But the Cincinnati Reds (28-27) went off in the 8th inning, hitting two home runs – one by Curt Casali and another by Mike Moustakas –...
The Rundown: Cubs’ Home Slump Continues, Darvish Derailed in Cy Young Bid, MLB Playoff Quarantines Start This Week
by: Michael Canter — Cubs Insider 16h
A lineup that features Kris Bryant, Javier Báez, Anthony Rizzo, Kyle Schwarber, and Willson Contreras should strike fear into the heart of any opposing pitcher, but not this year, and especially not at Wrigley Field. The Cubs concluded their 2020...
by: The Associated Press — Star Tribune 21h
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by: NOAH TRISTER — The Washington Times 22h
All the Cincinnati Reds needed was one extended winning streak to turn a disappointing season into a possible playoff berth.
by: Jim Margalus — Sox Machine 20 Sep
An ERA around 3.00 had masked the frustrating nature of Dylan Cease’s starts this season, but this one transcended “frustrating” and found “farcical.” Cease’s line shows three no-hit innings. It also shows three runs, all of them earned, because he...
by: Doug Gray — SweetSpot: Redleg Nation 20 Sep
Aristides Aquino came off of the bench and announced his presence with authority, hitting a long 2-run homer in a Cincinnati Reds win.
by: Wick Terrell — SB Nation: Red Reporter 20 Sep
Just win, baby.
by: Mo Egger — ESPN: ESPN 1530 20 Sep
One of the Reds more noteworthy peculiarities is that despite their long and renowned history, theyve never had a pitcher win the National League Cy Young Award.
by: The Associated Press — Wisconsin State Journal 20 Sep
Chicago White Sox (34-18, first in the AL Central) vs. Cincinnati Reds (26-27, third in the NL Central)
by: John Fay, Cincinnati Enquirer — Cincinnati Enquirer 20 Sep
Trevor Bauer allowed two runs over seven innings, but Robert Stephenson gibes up homers to the first three batters he faced.