The Cincinnati Reds started the season with 5-1 and sit atop the National League Central standings.
Opening Day wasn’t short on excitement, and I’m not talking about the pre-game festivities.
Reds and Rangers Deal With Rotation Injuries.
NL Central Deals with Key Injuries as Johnny Cueto left his second straight start with stiffness in his biceps muscle.
The Tampa Bay Rays had an opportunity to take a one game lead over the idle NY Yankees in the American League East.
The Cincinnati Reds had a chance to clinch the National League Central title while out on the road this past weekend.
There have been times in Jay Bruce’s baseball career where he must have felt he was on a merry-go-round with no end in sight.
Friday marked a day of extra-inning affairs. There were four games that lasted into extra innings. The Cincinnati Reds and Pittsburgh Pirates lasted 12 innings.
The Colorado Rockies continue their hot streak, as they won their sixth game in a row by defeating the Cincinnati Reds 9-2. Aaron Cook pitched well as he allowed just one run into the 6th inning.
Aroldis Chapman made his much anticipated MLB debut Tuesday night for the Cincinnati Reds. Chapman was clocked at 103 mph twice in his perfect inning of work.
The Tampa Bay Rays swept a statement series Wednesday against the American League West first place team, the Texas Rangers. It was a possible divisional series matchup, and despite the lack of fans at the Trop, the Rays players seemed to treat it like a playoff series.