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Arredondo was the first to leak a run for starter Mike Leake.
The Reds began the game tied with the Washington Nationals for the best record in baseball but the Reds were unable to take the lead tonight, staying quiet at the plate in a slow, low-scoring game in Pittsburgh.
Mike Leake threw 86 pitches in six innings in tonight’s loss before being replaced by Jose Arredondo from the bullpen. Arredondo gave up an RBI double to Alex Presley in the bottom of the seventh inning allowing the Pirates to take the lead. Presley's RBI also ended the Reds’ streak of 21 consecutive innings without giving up a run. The Reds tried to rally back in the eighth with an RBI from Scott Rolen, but were ultimately brought down at the last minute by Andrew McCutchen’s walk-off homerun.
The Good:-Joey Votto has now reached base in all of the 21 games he has played in since coming off back from knee surgery. Looking to the postseason, the Redlegs will need his strong presence at the ...
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Homer Bailey doesn't think the Reds are getting the attention they deserve around the league. He expressed his discontent about this matter in an interview with Cincinnati Enquirer's John Fay on Saturday. This coming on the heels of tossing the first no-hitter by a Reds pitcher since Tom Browning's perfect game in 1988.
“No one’s even paid attention. You...
In Dusty We TrustyHall of Fame reporter Hal McCoy had the chance to sit down and chat with Cincinnati Reds manager Dusty Baker when he was in the office yesterday, and it sounds like Baker is very close to returning.
Baker was upbeat, enthusiastic and effervescent during my short visit.
He looked fit and trim and the smile on his face was as wide as the room. His handshake was bone...
The Reds didn’t really intend to make sure the Pirates had a losing record for the year, but that’s what happened yesterday when the Reds beat them 4-3. It was a tall order for the Pirates anyway, who needed to win-out starting on Saturday just to finish .500. It’s tough to make that transition to winning team when it’s been so long. They’ll do better next year...
A day after losing to the Pittsburgh Pirates in the 9th, the Cincinnati Reds returned them the favor.
Xavier Paul and Drew Stubbs celebrate after Paul tied the game.Of course, having the offense show up early enough in the game to provide Johnny Cueto with his 20th win of the season would have been too easy. No, the Reds had to keep all of that scoring until the end.
Cincinnati Reds manager Dusty Baker will be back on the job Monday when the team opens the final series of the year in St. Louis. "Dusty is doing well," acting manager Chris Speier said. "He sends his best. I think everybody has to understand I'm just following suit. It hasn't been easy to take over something when you've got the mainstay of your organization...
Your browser does not support iframes. Cincinnati Reds pitcher Homer Bailey made baseball history Friday night by tossing a no-hitter against the Pittsburgh Pirates. The right-hander dazzled all evening long by striking out 10 and coming within one walk of a perfect game. But with that being said, Bailey's outing didn't get off to the best of starts. That's because he...
When Homer Bailey checked the scoreboard for another reason, he realized he had a no-hitter going. "I figured out in about the sixth," Bailey said. "I needed five or six to get 200 innings. That was a
goal of mine since the beginning of the season. I happened to look up there. There was a couple of zeros up
there. I was like, 'Wow, this is happening.' ...
Table of ContentsHere’s the table of contents for today’s edition of Daily Notes.1. Nerd Facts: Homer Bailey’s No-Hitter2. Today’s Notable Games (Including MLB.TV Free Game)3. Today’s Complete ScheduleNerd Facts: Homer Bailey’s No-HitterRegarding What FollowsWhat follows is a brief assortment of information regarding Cincinnati right-hander Homer Bailey‘s no-hitter...
Despite his unfortunate name, Homer Bailey pitched the first Reds’ no-hitteer since 1988 last night, completely shutting down the Pirates down-and-out offense, allowing just 2 base runners on an error and a walk and striking out a career high 10 batters. If you were lucky enough to be streaming Bailey last night, pat yourself on the back. Well done, Homer Bailey probably just won...
PITTSBURGH -- Homer Bailey threw the 15th no-hitter in Cincinnati Reds history Friday night as the National League Central champions edged the Pittsburgh Pirates 1-0 at PNC Park. "It's one of those really special moments you'll remember for the rest of your life," said Reds bench coach Chris Speier, serving as acting manager while Dusty Baker recovers from a mini...
Congratulations to Homer Bailey and the Cincinnati Reds, who defeated the Pittsburgh Pirates 1-0. The Pirates secured their 20th season without a winning record by banging out a total of zero hits.
The Pirates were 60-44 on August 1st.
Today, the Bucs are 76-81, hitless, and an organization that must be paying for the sins of a Pittsburgh Steeler franchise that...
PITTSBURGH (AP) -- The Pittsburgh Pirates ensured they'd finish with a record 20th straight losing season Sunday when they blew a ninth-inning lead in a 4-3 defeat to the Cincinnati Reds.
Pinch-hitter Xavier Paul led off the ninth with a home run off Joel Hanrahan (5-2) and Zack Cozart had a go-head double for Cincinnati, who clinched home-field advantage in the NL division...
Andrew McCutchen hit a solo home run off Jonathan Broxton with one out in the ninth inning, lifting the Pittsburgh Pirates over the Cincinnati Reds 2-1 Saturday night.
A day after getting no-hit by Cincinnati's Homer Bailey, the Pirates won with eight hits.
McCutchen's 31st homer helped Pittsburgh keep a record 20th consecutive losing season at bay for at least a day. The...
Cincinnati Reds' pitcher, Homer Bailey, pitched a 1-0 no-hitter versus the Pittsburgh Pirates this evening.
Bailey's stat line was 9 innings, 0 hits, 1 walk, 10 strikeouts, in 115 pitches.
Here's the link to the video.
Image taken by Keith Allison and used under the Creative Common License Agreement.
It’s the final Saturday of the MLB regular season. This is very sad.
Coming off the first Cincinnati Reds no-hitter since I was five years old last night, we’ve got a full slate of baseball if you can resist the urge to watch Big-Ten play opening up or the SEC of the collegiate football ranks.
The week ahead will have much drama, and we’re going to try to capture as much of...