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The Cincinnati Reds have places SP Tony Cingrani on the disabled list with shoulder tendinitis. Cingrani has made 6 starts for the Reds, owns a 2-2 record with a 3.34 ERA and has 32 punch outs over 32.1 innings pitched. The Reds will call on Curti Partch to replace Cingrani. Curtis Partch, recalled by Reds to replace Cingrani, is team's No. 28 prospect. 26th-rounder in 2007; Command an issue; 17 BB in 23 IP w/CIN— Baseball America (@BaseballAmerica) May 1, 2014#486449983 / gettyimages.comThe Reds have Jeff Francis in AAA who is currently ranked 3rd in our AAA Starting Pitchers rankings make some starts in the Reds rotation while Cingrani is getting healthy..
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CINCINNATI -- If there is any place a major league baseball pitcher doesn't want to be, other than in jail or in Antarctica without a fur-lined coat, it is on the disabled list.
That's where Cincinnati Reds starting pitcher Tony Cingrani finds himself for at least the next 15 days. And he doesn't like it one little bit.
Even his manager, Bryan Price, said Cingrani could...
This has not been a lucky year so far for the Cincinnati Reds. Not in terms of wins or in terms of health. And another one went down today.
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Edwin Jackson started heading in the right direction for the Chicago Cubs a week and a half ago when he beat Tony Cingrani and the Cincinnati Reds at Wrigley Field.
Given the way Cingrani has performed at home, the Reds have hope that things will be different Wednesday night when they look to take both games of a rain-shortened series at Great American Ball Park.
Jackson (1-2, 5...
CINCINNATI -- There was a hole in the Reds lineup last season when it came to the catching position. Defensively Ryan Hanigan and Devin Mesoraco were fine but offensively their place in the batting order was a trouble spot the entire season.
This season has been a different story. Whoever has been putting on the catching gear has produced behind the plate and with the bat in their...
Taking a look at a starting pitcher who could step in for Tony Cingrani in just over two weeks if he is needed.
If the National League Cy Young Award was bestowed after one month of the season, there is a good chance Johnny Cueto would be among the favorites to win it.The fine folks at Eye on Baseball are well aware of this and that is why they tabbed Cueto as baseball's best pitcher through the month of April. Have a look for yourself and read what they had to say:Let's put this way...
Catching a ball while holding a beer in one hand is difficult enough. Try hauling in a line drive with a toddler in tow.
That’s what one Cincinnati Reds fan did Wednesday, not even bothering to put his son down before barehanding a foul ball off the bat of Joey Votto. It was a highly impressive grab, but by the way the fan described it to the Reds’ sideline reporter, you’d...
Duane Rhodes, more commonly known to Cincinnati Reds fans as “The Woo Guy” has recorded a song about his favorite baseball team to celebrate the beginning of the season.
Unlike his song about shouting, “Woo!”, there’s no fire crackling in the background this … [visit site to read more]
It’s not going to be long until Aroldis Chapman is back to being his old self.
Matter of fact, during a rehab start with the Dayton Dragons on Thursday, the closer, who is recovering from that vicious line drive he took off his face during Spring Training, hit 101 mph
“My fastball felt really good,” Chapman told MLB.com. “I threw one slider, which was not a good slider. I...
Joey Votto must really be getting tired of playing the Milwaukee Brewers, or at least Carlos Gomez.
Every time Votto hits a ball headed for the seats in centerfield, Gomez is always there to rob it.
Last year on the eighth of July, Gomez took away the go-ahead homer from Votto in the top of the ninth.
Then Thursday, in his first at bat of the game, Votto launched a ball to centerfield...
A common question in our chats has asked how much longer the Reds can put up with Billy Hamilton and his lousy numbers out of the leadoff slot. Hamilton was known to be a question mark coming into the year, and he got off to a putrid beginning, and all the speed in the world […]
Reds leadoff man Billy Hamilton was forced to leave Thursday's game before he even took a plate appearance due to a hand injury. Here's the play that he injured himself, making an excellent play to rob Carlos Gomez of extra bases in the top of the first inning.
The broadcast passed along that Hamiton sprained the third and fourth knuckles on his left hand, which should amount...
Your browser does not support iframes.A quick reaction on a foul ball led to this Reds fan and father of two being interviewed by Fox Sports Ohio during Wednesday's game.The moment came in the bottom of the third when Joey Votto sliced a foul ball off into the third base side of the stands. Fortunately, this dad had his head on a swivel and was able to snag the ball while holding...
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The Reds will be hosting more than the division rival Milwaukee Brewers this weekend at Great American Ball Park. Cincinnati will also be hosting a ton of STAR WARS-inspired fun.Here's a press release from the team which details the momentous occasion:May the Force be with you as Reds fans journey to a galaxy far, far away for a weekend full of STAR WARS™ fun and excitement...