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Pirates earn split with heated, 3-0 win over Reds

CINCINNATI (AP) Bryan Price thinks the heated rivalry between Pittsburgh and Cincinnati is a credit to the pitching. Charlie Morton pitched five-hit ball for seven innings, Neil Walker hit a review-aided home run and the Pittsburgh Pirates beat the Cincinnati Reds 3-0 Sunday in a testy game in which benches cleared after stars Andrew McCutchen and Brandon Phillips were hit by pitches...
Via AP on Fox
3 hours ago  |  Discuss

Could Any of this Year’s Trades Turn Into Steals of the Past?

The trade deadline has come and gone, and the Indians have said goodbye to two of the nicest players on their team. Sure, personality does not a great ball player make, but it’s still said to see well-liked players go. However, the remainder of this season and the unfolding of seasons to come will show if the moves made this will have a significant affect on the Indians organization...
Via Did The Tribe Win Last Night?
1 day ago  |  Discuss

Reds place coach on administrative leave following arrest

CINCINNATI (AP) The Cincinnati Reds have placed assistant hitting coach Lee Tinsley on administrative leave following his arrest on Thursday morning on a charge of driving while impaired. Tinsley, 46, was booked into the Carroll County (Ky.) jail on one count of operating a motor vehicle while under the influence of alcohol or drugs. ''We're still gathering information,'' Reds manager...
Via AP on Fox
July 03, 2015  |  Discuss

Reds' Price has plan for short bench

The Reds have a short bench right now, but that doesn't seem to overly concern manager Bryan Price. “The good news is having a couple guys on the bench that are pitchers who typically swing the bat," Price told Reds.com. Obviously it's not ideal to have pitcher's as pinch-hitters, but Mike Leake and Michael Lorenzen are both pretty good with the bat and it's certainly better...
Via Fox Sports
July 01, 2015  |  Discuss

Just when things were looking up, Reds take another fall

Baseball’s 162-game season can play tricks on the mind. The Cincinnati Reds in 2015 are a prime example. From June 16 through June 25, Bryan Price’s club appeared to have finally put it all together. It won six of eight … Continue reading →
Via John Clay's Sidelines
June 29, 2015

Phillips hurts hands in Reds loss

Not only did the Reds lose Sunday's game, but they may have lost their second baseman. "It was kind of a combination," Reds manager Bryan Price told Reds.com. "He had a problem with the left hand on a swing. I think he was going to be able to play through that. But then on his right hand when he went back in to try and tag [Curtis] Granderson at second, he got his hand jammed...
Via Fox Sports
June 28, 2015  |  Discuss

Top home run hitters square off in Cincy

Inclement weather has delayed plenty of Cincinnati Reds baseball at Great American Ball Park this season. This time, the rain worked to the Reds' advantage. Hot-hitting Todd Frazier, who was scheduled to have Thursday off, now gets his rest without having to miss a game as the Reds host the opener of a three-game series with the Miami Marlins on Friday night. Frazier is hitting ...
Via AP on Fox
June 19, 2015  |  Discuss

Cincinnati Reds: The ever-changing faces of the pitching staff

Major League Baseball is a business just as much as it is a game and the Cincinnati Reds have done their share of business this season. The Reds front office and manager Bryan Price have been busy at work so far this season when it comes to their pitching staff. The Reds have seen multiple changes in their pitching staff over the course of the season. They have arguably the most...
Via isportsweb.com
June 19, 2015  |  Discuss

Rainout gives Reds much needed rest

No one likes to have a game rained out, but Thursday's rainout may have come at the perfect time for the Reds. After playing 13 innings Wednesday night, Reds manager Bryan Price planned to rest some of his regulars in Thursday's game, but with the unplanned off day, now that is no longer necessary. "It's great,” Price told the Cincinnati Enquirer. “Everyone got rested,...
Via Fox Sports
June 18, 2015  |  Discuss

Frazier: 'Right now the votes are a little tough'

  Cincinnati Reds third baseman is third in the National League All-Star voting for third basemen and he's certainly hoping to move up a few slots. "We've still got some time, but maybe not just Cincinnati, but the world can see I am deserving," Frazier told the Cincinnati Enquirer. "You've got to be confident in yourself. Right now the votes are a little tough, but I do believe...
Via Fox Sports
June 18, 2015  |  Discuss

Price looks to toss third straight complete game Wednesday

David Price has been pitching awfully well since the beginning of May, and his last two starts have been so good that he's in position for a rare achievement. Price looks to become the first member of the Detroit Tigers to toss three straight complete games in 25 years Wednesday night against the Reds as this series shifts to Cincinnati (6 p.m. pregame, 7:10 first pitch on FOX Sports...
Via AP on Fox
June 17, 2015  |  Discuss

Reds try to thwart David Price's sterling streak

David Price has been pitching awfully well since the beginning of May, and his last two starts have been so good that he's in position for a rare achievement. Price looks to become the first member of the Detroit Tigers to toss three straight complete games in 25 years Wednesday night against the Reds as this series shifts to Cincinnati. Price (6-2, 2.44 ERA) is among the AL leaders...
Via AP on Fox
June 17, 2015  |  Discuss

Tigers-Reds Preview

David Price has been pitching awfully well since the beginning of May, and his last two starts have been so good that he's in position for a rare achievement. Price looks to become the first member of the Detroit Tigers to toss three straight complete games in 25 years Wednesday night against the Reds as this series shifts to Cincinnati. Price (6-2, 2.44 ERA) is among the AL leaders...
Via AP on Fox
June 17, 2015  |  Discuss

With the Reds, you can’t make this stuff up

To paraphrase a recently-retired late night talk show host, I wouldn’t give Bryan Price’s troubles to a monkey on a rock. All you needed to know about the Cincinnati Reds, the unlucky team that Price manages, happened in the bottom … Continue reading →
Via John Clay's Sidelines
June 16, 2015

Cincinnati Reds' rotation is full of young arms

  It's always nice to get a glimpse of the future and the Cincinnati Reds are doing just that with an influx of young arms in the starting rotation. With Anthony DeSclafani, Michael Lorenzen, Jon Moscot and Raisel Iglesias (who is currently on the DL) it seems like the Reds are trotting out youngester after youngster and manage Bryan Price is perfectly okay with it. "We felt like...
Via Fox Sports
June 07, 2015  |  Discuss

Reds' Price officially named one of All-Star coaches

NEW YORK (AP) -- The Los Angeles Dodgers' Don Mattingly and Cincinnati's Bryan Price have been picked as All-Star coaches by NL manager Bruce Bochy of the World Series champion San Francisco Giants. Houston's A.J. Hinch and Seattle's Lloyd McClendon were selected for the July 14 game in Cincinnati by AL manager Ned Yost of Kansas City, Major League Baseball said Thursday. The NL...
Via AP on Fox
June 04, 2015  |  Discuss

Expanded bullpen is here to stay

  The Reds have gone with an eight-man bullpen recently, which is pretty unusual because it means the team has less bench players on the roster. However, Reds manager Bryan Price is willing to sacrifice the extra bat in favor of the extra arm and it sppears he's going to keep it that way for a bit. "The eight in the bullpen is necessitated by a couple of things – No. 1 is we had...
Via Fox Sports
June 03, 2015  |  Discuss

Reds going with an eight-man bullpen

  The Reds bench may be a little thin in the upcoming days, but manager Bryan Price isn't too worried about it. Price and the Reds opted to move Jason Marquis to the bullpen and in doing so, the team now has eight arms out there. “I feel a lot better about having eight guys in the bullpen than I concern myself with having four guys on the bench,” Price told the Cincinnati Enquirer...
Via Fox Sports
May 30, 2015  |  Discuss

All-Star Game shouldn't stop slumping Reds from firing Price

Baseball is in an age of analytics, an age in which teams increasingly remove emotion from their decision-making. So, why should hosting the All-Star Game make one iota of difference for the Cincinnati Reds if they are thinking about firing manager Bryan Price? It shouldn’t. The Reds have lost eight straight games, albeit to three hot clubs, the Giants, Royals and Indians. They...
Via Fox Sports
May 24, 2015  |  Discuss

Cincinnati Reds Manager Bryan Price Ejected Before Game Even Starts (Videos)

For a guy who dropped 77 F-bombs in an ignorant, idiotic rant to the media that really made no sense whatsoever, it’s tough to hit a new low. Leave it to Cincinnati Reds manager Bryan Price to potentially reach it. Price was ejected before a pitch was even thrown in Saturday’s game against the Cleveland Indians. Crew chief Jim Reynolds tossed Price after lineup cards were exchanged...
Via NESN.com
May 23, 2015  |  Discuss

Reds manager Bryan Price ejected...before game starts (Video)

Cincinnati Reds manager Bryan Price was ejected from Saturday's game against Cleveland...before it even started.Price began arguing with umpire crew chief Jim Reynolds when he arrived at home plate to exchange lineup cards with the Indians before the game. Speculation was that Price was arguing about the way the strike zone was called during Friday night's game. The argument lasted...
Via Holdout Sports
May 23, 2015  |  Discuss

LEADING OFF: Bernie's Bash at Yankee Stadium, Price returns

A look at what's happening all around the major leagues Sunday: --- BERNIE'S BASH The New York Yankees will retire the No. 51 worn by Bernie Williams and unveil his plaque in Monument Park before the night game vs. Texas. The Yankees will wear special patches on their hats to honor the longtime center fielder. The team plans to do the same for Jorge Posada and Andy Pettitte in August...
Via AP on Fox
May 23, 2015  |  Discuss

Reds manager Price ejected before 1st pitch, Indians win

CLEVELAND (AP) After Reds manager Bryan Price was ejected before the first pitch, Corey Kluber threw eight effective innings and led the Cleveland Indians over Cincinnati 2-1 Saturday for their fifth straight win. The Reds lost their season-high seventh in a row. Price was tossed by umpire Jim Reynolds after the exchange of lineup cards. They got into a lengthy argument that carried...
Via AP on Fox
May 23, 2015  |  Discuss

Bryan Price ejected by umpires before game starts (Video)

Manager Bryan Price might have set a record Saturday for the quickest ejection of all time. The Cincinnati Reds manager was tossed from his team’s game against the Indians before it even began. Price went out to exchange lineup cards and then began talking with umpire crew chief Tim Reynolds before leaving the field. Price...Read More
Via Larry Brown Sports
May 23, 2015  |  Discuss

Reds manager Bryan Price ejected before game starts

getty images Bryan Price made headlines a month ago for comments to a reporter. On Saturday the manager of the Cincinnati Reds was ejected from a game against the Cleveland Indians before the first pitch. Crew chief Jim Reynolds ejected Price after lineup cards were exchanged. While there has been no word as to what caused Price to argue with Reynolds its worth mentioning that several...
Via Tireball.com
May 23, 2015  |  Discuss
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