Found July 08, 2013 on
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Here’s a picture from the no hitter against the Pirates last September. I picked this one because 1) I’m already tired of seeing the pictures from last Tuesday, and 2) they’re wearing the away colors, like they will be tonight.When Homer Bailey threw his last no hitter (last Tuesday), the Reds were 7-3 in their last 10. Today, they’re 5-5. It doesn’t sound like much of a jump-start, but maybe it’ll just take a second in a row to really get the team going.
Already, Bailey is the owner of the two most-recent no-hitters in baseball: last Tuesday and September 28 of last year. It got him half of the Player of the Week award (shared with Braves catcher Brian McCann, who got a lot of hits or something). All he has to do is throw another one tonight and he can join the likes of Johnny Vander Meer who was the last one to throw back-to-back no-hitters–only 75 years ago.
Bailey will be taking on the Brewers tonight at 8:10 pm ET at Miller Park. The Brewers are in a sore state: 35-52 and dead...
BEST OF MAXIM
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 left fielder Xavier Paul is out of the lineup again on Sunday after missing Saturday's game following treatment on his injured right shoulder. Mark Schmetzer and Mark Sheldon of MLB.com reported that Paul was in the trainer's room rather than the main area of the clubhouse prior to the Reds' win over the Seattle Mariners on Saturday. Paul sustained the...
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The Reds may have wound up on the losing side of things Sunday afternoon to the Mariners. However, the day was a happy occasion for at least two Reds fans.
Seen here is a gentleman getting down on one knee and popping the question to his girlfriend in between innings at Great American Ball Park.
As you can see, she says yes, and the...
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...
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...
Homer Bailey twirls at no-no over the defending champs, the Cardinals finally get a sweep at home, Brian McCann breaks out, Mike Trout keeps doing...
The Giants lost a run during their game against the Dodgers when they batted out of order. But what was the reason for the error?
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.
CINCINNATI (AP) --Joe Saunders pitched seven efficient innings and Nick Franklin and Justin Smoak each homered to lift the Seattle Mariners to a 3-1 win over the Cincinnati Reds on Sunday.
A day after the Reds scored 13 runs, they managed just six hits and a run off Saunders. The left-hander allowed only two baserunners to reach third in the first six innings and retired 11 consecutive...
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.