6/27/2016 | 5 alive! Bryant 5-for-5, hits 3 of Cubs' 5 HRs vs. Reds
Plenty of players have hit for the cycle before in Major League history. No one has ever had a full house, at least not the way Kris Bryant did Monday night. Bryant went 5-for-5 with six RBIs and became the first player in modern MLB history, dating back to 1913, to hit three home runs and two doubles in the same game. He also set a Cubs franchise record with 16 total bases, as Chicago beat the Reds, 11-8, at Great American Ball Park.
6/27/2016 | Lester looks to keep cruising in Cincinnati
The Reds were able to score five runs off Jake Arrieta in Monday night's series opener, but they could have their hands full with Cubs starter Jon Lester on Tuesday night at Great American Ball Park.
6/27/2016 | After dazzling at Triple-A, Jumbo back with Reds
The Cincinnati Reds recalled right-handed pitcher Jumbo Diaz from Triple-A Louisville on Monday to take the roster spot left open when JC Ramirez was claimed off waivers by the Angels.
6/27/2016 | Ever-tightening All-Star races going to the wire
Entering the final 72 hours of the 2016 Esurance MLB All-Star Game Ballot, it seems increasingly likely that Major League Baseball's tradition of surprising late-surge selections will continue as fans decide the starting position players for the 87th All-Star Game presented by MasterCard on July 12 in San Diego.
6/26/2016 | Bruce believes he's playing at All-Star level
Following two subpar seasons, Reds right fielder Jay Bruce is enjoying a resurgent 2016, on pace to have one of the best seasons of his career.
6/26/2016 | DeSclafani delivers best start of season in win
Anthony DeSclafani is just four starts into his second full Major League season for the Reds, but that's tough to remember sometimes, because he carries himself like a detail-oriented veteran. It was something a young and inexperienced rotation lacked while he and Homer Bailey have been on the disabled list.
6/26/2016 | Reds cap Rose's weekend by retiring No. 14
A weekend-long celebration of Pete Rose concluded with the official retiring of his uniform No. 14, unveiled at the end of a 30-minute ceremony on the field Sunday afternoon at Great American Ball Park.
6/26/2016 | Ramirez claimed off waivers by Angels
Reliever JC Ramirez was claimed off of waivers from the Reds by the Angels, it was announced on Sunday afternoon.
6/26/2016 | Arrieta returns to site of no-no to face Straily
Jake Arrieta will be back in Cincinnati on Monday and will make his first start at Great American Ball Park since throwing his second career no-hitter there on April 21. Cincinnati will counter with right-hander Dan Straily in the first game of the three-game series.
6/26/2016 | DeSclafani shuts down Padres in Reds win
Anthony DeSclafani became the second Reds starter this season to pitch eight innings, and they were stellar, as he and his team blanked the Padres, 3-0, to salvage the final game of the four-game series.
6/26/2016 | Reds learn from Big Red Machine legends
History has been the centerpiece all weekend at Great American Ball Park, as the Reds have honored the 40th anniversary of the 1976 World Series winner, inducted Pete Rose into the club's Hall of Fame and retired his No. 14. The sold-out crowds of fans haven't been the only ones watching with interest.
6/25/2016 | Finnegan becoming bad-luck pitcher for Reds
It appears left-handed starter Brandon Finnegan is that guy this season for the Reds. Cincinnati has been shut out by its opponent six times, with Finnegan being on the mound for four of them.
6/25/2016 | Hit King Rose inducted into Reds Hall of Fame
Pete Rose, his gaze locked on the near sellout crowd that had packed Great American Ball Park on Saturday afternoon, appeared both happy and, for brief moments, overwhelmed, during the induction ceremony that made him the newest member of the Reds Hall of Fame.
6/25/2016 | Pomeranz homers, shuts down Reds in win
It was a do-it-all type of late afternoon for Padres starter Drew Pomeranz. Not only did the lefty quiet the Reds for seven innings on the mound, but his time at the plate netted a home run and RBI single during a 3-0 victory on Saturday at Great American Ball Park.
6/25/2016 | Perdomo, Padres eye sweep of Reds in finale
In Sunday's series finale, the Reds will pitch a guy with ace-like numbers against a Padres pitcher clinging to his spot in the rotation.
6/25/2016 | Pipeline preview: Hoskins looks to extend homer streak
Phillies No. 19 prospect Rhys Hoskins will look to deep again for Double-A Reading against Portland at 6 p.m. ET on MiLB.TV.
6/24/2016 | Price maintains confidence in Reed after loss
Since he was acquired by the Reds last summer from the Royals in the Johnny Cueto trade, left-hander Cody Reed's arrival has been eagerly anticipated.
6/24/2016 | Big Red Machine honored for 40th anniversary
Were the 1975-76 Reds the greatest teams of all-time? That is debatable, but where these teams fit into Cincinnati sports history is not.
6/24/2016 | Lefties Finnegan, Pomeranz square off in Cincy
Two of the best young left-handed pitchers in the National League will face off on Saturday in the third of four games between the Reds and Padres at Great American Ball Park.
6/24/2016 | Padres score in first 8 frames in win over Reds
As Cincinnati celebrated the 40th anniversary of the 1976 World Series-winning Reds, the Padres dealt the current edition of the club four homers -- including two by Melvin Upton Jr. -- and scored in nearly every inning en route to a 13-4 win on Friday at Great American Ball Park.
6/24/2016 | Peraza to get extended spell in bigs with Reds
Jose Peraza is the No. 5 ranked prospect in the Reds organization and No. 63 overall according to MLBPipeline.com. The 22-year-old can play shortstop, second base, center field, and he recently added left field to the list with two starts.
6/24/2016 | Berrios, Judge among top prospect performers Thursday
Jose Berrios was absolutely dominant in Triple-A Rochester's 2-0 win over Columbus. Berrios (Twins' No. 1) is the No. 15 overall prospect, and after his electric outing, it's very clear why he's so highly regarded.
6/23/2016 | Reds' bullpen bitten again by home-run ball
Home runs yielded by relievers are especially hurting the Reds. On Thursday, it was JC Ramirez who gave up Derek Norris' three-run homer for the go-ahead runs in the sixth inning of a 7-4 loss to the Padres.
6/23/2016 | Green returns for special Cincinnati weekend
Padres manager Andy Green is no stranger to the Cincinnati area. Green is a Lexington, Ky., native and grew up a Reds fan living just south of old Riverfront Stadium.
6/23/2016 | Reed set to make home debut against Rea, Padres
Despite allowing four runs in his first career start, Reds rookie Cody Reed has a lot to be confident about as he makes his home debut against right-hander Colin Rea and the Padres on Friday at Great American Ball Park.
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