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The July 31 non-waiver trade deadline came and went Wednesday without much of whimper from the Reds. In fact, there was very little movement at all around the league as most teams decided to stand pat with what they had entering the last two months of the regular season.
Reds general manager Walt Jocketty called it the quietest trade deadline he has ever seen.
“Today was completely dead — nothing,” Jocketty said. “This was the quietest today deadline day I’ve had. It started to picked up the last few days like it always does. (Yesterday) was very busy. But in the end, the guys we wanted wanted weren’t available, didn’t get traded.
“We’ll see if things pick up after Aug. 1.”
Cincinnati was rumored to be interested in adding a right-handed bat to the lineup in the form of a left fielder. Well, that never happened. The Reds were also reportedly interested in bringing in some left-handed bullpen help. But obviously that never happened, either.
“We were looking at trying t...
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Friday night will go down as a memorable one for numerous couples who decided to exchange vows on the field at Great American Ball Park before the Reds played host to the Cardinals.
21 couples will be getting married on the field today just after 6:30pm. You definitely are going to want to be here for this event.
— Reds (@Reds) August 2, 2013
The team announced an invitation...
Ricardo Evil, looking to put some hurt on.Lately, it feels like the Cincinnati Reds have been missing something from their offense. Some terror that flaps in the night. Given some recent current events, I think I know just the thing to let the Reds get dangerous. Carlos Danger.
Here’s tonight’s lineup against the second-place St. Louis Cardinals, thanks to the Carlos Danger name...
CINCINNATI For a team that isnt known for being thieves in the night base stealing isnt a weapon of mass destruction for them the Cincinnati Reds have been besieged by base running blunders.Or, as manager Dusty Baker calls it, Bonehead Baseball. And with the team struggling to find home plate, giving up outs on the bases is a big, fat no-no.As an example of how the Reds are not...
Taking a look at three pitchers and a shortstop in the latest prospect notebook.
Homer Bailey's only victory in the last 6 12 weeks is his no-hitter, which made it much easier on the recently anemic Cincinnati Reds' offense to provide adequate run support.
That hasn't been the case during a five-game losing streak.
Cincinnati's struggling lineup seeks to bust out of its slump as Bailey takes the mound against the host San Diego Padres on Wednesday...
With two months remaining in the regular season, and with approximately 53 games to go, the Reds find themselves hanging on for dear life as far as their playoff hopes are concerned.
Entering play on Thursday, Cincinnati held a modest 4-game lead over Arizona for the last Wild Card spot, and faced a 6-game deficit to first-place Pittsburgh in the division standings.
Mat Latos couldn't play stopper for Cincinnati, and then struggled to describe the funk the Reds are in.
Nick Hundley hit a two-run double with two outs in the eighth inning and the San Diego Padres beat Cincinnati 4-2 Tuesday night, handing the Reds their fifth straight loss.
Latos faced his former team for the second time since he was dealt from San Diego in a five-player trade...
The Cincinnati Reds once again held center fielder Shin-Soo Choo out of their lineup yesterday, as the team's leadoff hitter continues to be hampered by a sore left ankle. While he's missed two games as a result of the injury, Choo said he's confident he'll be much improved following today's off-day, reports Mark Sheldon of MLB.com.
"It's a lot better...
LOS ANGELES Joey Votto is one of the best players in Major League Baseball.
The Cincinnati Reds' All-Star first baseman is a career .316 hitter who averages 29 homers and 98 RBI per season. His slugging percentage is .546 and his on-base mark is .418 in his first seven years. He's an outstanding fielder who saves Reds pitchers a lot of runs every season.
Votto is also...
ST. LOUIS -- Now that we know the Pirates aren't going to fold for the Cardinals, it's time to find out about the Reds.
This much we know: The Reds have been playing more like the Cardinals than the Pirates lately. The Reds ended a five-game losing streak Wednesday at San Diego before heading to Cincinnati for an off day. Like the Cardinals, the Reds' main problem was...
After 13 runs scored in the last night’s game against the Pirates, the Cardinals’ offense may have finally gotten its “mojo” back. Let’s hope it can carry over in Cincinnati for the crucial series against the Reds.
Before tonight’s game, let’s break down the Cardinals’ hitting against the game one starter:
Bronson Arroyo: 138 innings pitched, 9-8 record, 3.26 earned...
The Cards give the Reds a chance to make up some games but the dreaded west coast has other ideas.
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In this week’s show:
Last Week 4-5
Division 5 Games back of StL 4.5 Back of Pitt (4 Games up for 2ed Wild Card)
Tuesday (Win 9-3 Giants) Cingrani 6 2/3IP 5H 2R 2K Simon 2 1/3IP 3H 1R
Meso 2-Run HR, Votto solo...
Homer Bailey came within two outs of a five-hit shutout to end his four-start losing streak and the Cincinnati Reds beat the San Diego Padres 4-1 Wednesday to snap a five-game skid.
Brandon Phillips homered and Joey Votto hit a two-run double for the Reds, who avoided a three-game sweep and ended San Diego's four-game winning streak.
Bailey had allowed just five singles going...
After Tuesday's 4-2 defeat at the hands of the San Diego Padres, the Reds have now lost five games in a row, and suddenly find themselves 5.5 game back of the division-leading Pittsburgh Pirates.
There is no denying that this club needs help moving forward. Many people have suggested that a right-handed bat is the biggest need at this point. But with Ryan Ludwick set to come...
It’s not Reds-related or even NLC-related, but Chad Qualls’ stumble after a fist pump last night makes me snort ever time I see it.
Dusty Baker hasn’t given a single word of disapproval so far. Just goes to show that if Aroldis Chapman had just pumped his fist first, then those forward rolls wouldn’t have gotten him in any trouble.