The Cincinnati Reds have set their 40-man player pool for the playoffs. There's a few difference between it and the 40-man roster.
by: Drew Koch — Fansided: Blog Red Machine 20 Sep
Michael Lorenzen draws the start today for the Reds. Michael Lorenzen has been here before. The Cincinnati Reds right-hander will take the hill in today's ...
by: Drew Koch — Fansided: Blog Red Machine 19 Sep
Anthony DeSclafani was left out of the Reds rotation versus the White Sox. David Bell set his rotation for the weekend series versus the Chicago White Sox,...
by: Mark Sheldon — MLB: Reds 18 Sep
The Reds have been taking their rotation assignments one series at time lately, and they didn’t name their starting pitchers until late Friday afternoon. Tyler Mahle started the series opener vs. the White Sox, and manager David Bell has Trevor...
by: Nightengale, Cincinnati Enquirer — Cincinnati Enquirer 18 Sep
The Reds have lined up Trevor Bauer, Luis Castillo and Sonny Gray to start potentially 6 of their final 9 games of the season.
by: Patrick Nolan — Sox Machine 18 Sep
Had I written this preview a week ago, I would have been telling you the sad story of a very promising team that had made aggressive moves to improve itself over the past two years but completely fell apart. The team had plenty of talent on offense...
by: John Fay, Cincinnati Enquirer — Cincinnati Enquirer 16 Sep
If all goes according to plan, Tyler Stephenson will take Tucker Barnhart’s job as the Reds’ No. 1 catcher – possibly as soon as next season.
by: Scott Boyken — Fansided: Blog Red Machine 16 Sep
The Reds will need Tyler Mahle to come up huge over his next two starts. Following the offseason free-agent signing of southpaw Wade Miley, it appeared Tyl...
by: Ryan Fagan — Sporting News 15 Sep
Sixteen of baseball’s 30 teams will make the postseason this year. That’s good for the 16, but a special type of disappointing for the 14 clubs that fall short of the cutoff, especially the clubs that hoped/expected to contend for October berths.
by: https://www.wcpo.com/associated-press — WCPO 15 Sep
Mike Moustakas hit a big three-run homer in the fifth inning, and the Cincinnati Reds beat the Pittsburgh Pirates 9-4 on Monday night for a doubleheader sweep.
by: The Associated Press — Lexington Herald Leader: Kentucky Sports 15 Sep
Mike Moustakas hit a big three-run homer in the fifth inning, and the Cincinnati Reds beat the Pittsburgh Pirates 9-4 for a doubleheader sweep.
by: Mark Sheldon — MLB: Reds 15 Sep
If the Reds are going to play their best baseball of the shortened 2020 season, why not now when they really need wins to make the postseason? Fittingly, the biggest hit during a 9-4 victory over the Pirates in the nightcap for a doubleheader sweep...
by: Nightengale, Cincinnati Enquirer — Cincinnati Enquirer 15 Sep
When the Reds signed Mike Moustakas to the largest free-agent contract in club history, they were hoping he would deliver in moments like Monday.
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