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Tony Cingrani is a young and talented left-handed pitcher for the Cincinnati Reds whose fastball induces swings and misses at a rate above league average. He’s also the guest on this edition of FanGraphs Audio.
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Homer Bailey has long been a household name for Reds fans everywhere since the organization drafted him seventh overall in the 2004 Amateur Draft. And one of the things scouts, coaches, and fellow players have always raved about the Texan is his "stuff." This is partly why he was considered one of the game's top pitching prospects before breaking into the big leagues...
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The Reds were shutout by Wily Peralta and the Milwaukee Brewers Tuesday night.
However, upon further review, it appears as though Cincinnati should have been credited with at least one run in the game.
Check out this replay from the seventh inning when Derrick Robinson was called out at home plate after trying to record an inside-the...
A Cincinnati Reds fan who was dying of cancer got to see a final baseball game, with an assist from Joey Votto.
Jeffrey Crews of suburban Dayton was in the stands July 2, the day Homer Bailey of the Reds pitched a no-hitter. Two days later, Crews died at home of brain cancer at 62.
His wife, Colleen, says her husband decided to spend his last weeks with family and friends rather...
Cincinnati Reds catcher Ryan Hanigan is out of the lineup for the opener of a three-game series against the Milwaukee Brewers.
Manager Dusty Baker says Hanigan is ''sore'' and declined to elaborate. He also says Hanigan was analyzed by a doctor Monday afternoon.
Hanigan is batting a career-low .196 in 45 games this season. He missed time earlier in the season with...
Joey Votto couldn't believe it at first. And neither could anyone else in Miller Park when Brewers center fielder Carlos Gomez robbed a potential go-ahead home run to seal a 4-3 victory Monday night for Milwaukee.
The jaw-dropping play came with two outs, and one runner aboard, in the top of the ninth when Brewers closer Francisco Rodriguez allowed a deep drive off the...
Cincinnati Reds outfielder Chris Heisey exited last night’s
contest against the Milwaukee Brewers after being hit by a pitch on the elbow
by Wily Peralta in the second inning. X-rays taken following the HBP came back
negative, but manager Dusty Baker told reporters – including Mark Sheldon of
MLB.com – that he doesn’t expect Heisey to play today.
Reds' left fielder Xavier Paul has been out of the lineup since he last started on Friday due to a sore right arm, but he could return before the series against the Brewers is over.
#reds notebook: Hanigan; Xavier Paul could return Wednesday and an update on coach Mark Berry http://t.co/vSz3H63TCE
— Mark Sheldon (@m_sheldon) July 9, 2013
Paul banged his arm on the top...
In the spirit of the upcoming All-Star Game, the Eye on Baseball crew over at cbssports.com decided to put together a mini All-Star team for each of Major League Baseball's six divisions. On Tuesday, they turned their attention to the National League Central.
Obviously, only players who play for one of the division's five teams were eligible. So, one might be led to believe...
The folks over at ESPN.com released its weekly batch of Major League Baseball Power Rankings on Monday. Although the Boston Red Sox claimed the top spot, three teams from the National League Central Division sat among the top seven, including the Reds.
Cincinnati used the strength of a 4-2 homestand this past week to creep up one spot to No. 7 in the updated rankings. Meanwhile...
He was safe, actually. I would have made “bad umpiring” into reason number 4, but that’s an epidemic that affects all the teams. (AP Photo/Morry Gash)Two outs in the top of the sixth inning, Reds down 0-2 to the Brewers: Joey Votto takes the first pitch for a ball and sends the second pitch into center field where it is caught by Carlos Gomez.
“I guess the Reds are losing...
This was a great catch by the Brewers Carlos Gomez denying Cincinnati's Joey Votto a
2 run home run in the top of the ninth.
And here's Gomez after the game.
Video: Gomez robs Votto for final out
"Any time Votto hits a ball up in the air like that, you're not sure. The ball carries well...
Two new prospect lists and some Major League news that should make any Reds fan bang their head off of a wall.
With the game on the line, Carlos Gomez saved Francisco Rodriguez’s bacon by ending the game on this robbery of a Joey Votto go-ahead two-run homer.
How good was it? Good enough that Votto literally didn’t believe it.
K-Rod was impressed too.
The staff at FOX Sports Ohio has been debating a topic recently, and we would like your input.
As the All-Star Game approaches, we've been looking at past seasons and asking ourselves "who were the greatest RedsIndians players ever to play each position?" Trust us, making the list wasn't easy - we went through several drafts and researched players of the past.
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If you don’t know it by now Carlos Gomez is a human highlight reel. Just ask Joey Votto who bid for a go-ahead two-run homer in the ninth inning. Milwaukee Brewers up 4-3 in the top of the ninth inning, two outs and a man on first. Cincinnati Reds all-star first baseman, Joey Votto at the plate with a 2-2 count. Brewers closer, K-Rod throws a fastball...