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Joey Vot-Whoa

Since the All-Star break, Joey Votto is hitting .399 with a .576 OBP.  His season line is 27 HRs, 70 RBIs, 81 runs, slashing .316/.457/.567.  Or as Reds manager, Bryan Price, would say, "I want to sew a sock puppet in Votto's likeness, then put it on my c*** and--"  Okay, maybe we shouldn't ask Bryan Price, he can't keep things PG-13.  "PG-13 is for a man with a Cavapoo puppy...
Via Razzball
1 day ago  |  Discuss

Price calls Iglesias a stud as the rookie pitcher continues to learn and grow

The Chicago Cubs expect the final month of their overachieving season to be a grind. Apparently ready for the challenge, the Cubs try to build on a impressive comeback victory Wednesday against the visiting Cincinnati Reds. Following a 2-4 trip and Monday's 13-6 thrashing at the hands of the lowly Reds, Chicago (75-56) trailed three different times Tuesday before rookie Kyle Schwarber...
Via Fox Sports Ohio
2 days ago  |  Discuss

Price on young rotation: 'Benefits and rewards will play out in '16 & '17'

Jake Arrieta's no-hitter against the Los Angeles Dodgers came at the perfect time for the Chicago Cubs. Kyle Hendricks would probably settle for a quality start. Hendricks looks to end his struggles as the Cubs host the slumping Cincinnati Reds on Monday night. Arrieta delivered the Cubs' first no-hitter since Carlos Zambrano in 2008 in Sunday's 2-0 win. Striking out 12, he helped...
Via AP on Fox
4 days ago  |  Discuss

Price on young rotation: 'Benefits and rewards will play out in '16 & '17'

Jake Arrieta's no-hitter against the Los Angeles Dodgers came at the perfect time for the Chicago Cubs. Kyle Hendricks would probably settle for a quality start. Hendricks looks to end his struggles as the Cubs host the slumping Cincinnati Reds on Monday night. Arrieta delivered the Cubs' first no-hitter since Carlos Zambrano in 2008 in Sunday's 2-0 win. Striking out 12, he helped...
Via Fox Sports Ohio
4 days ago  |  Discuss

Reds owner on manager: 'We're not making a change this year'

It's been a miserable season for the Cincinnati Reds. They've lost a lot and gutted a veteran pitching staff at the trade deadline. Everybody is frustrated and that includes owner Bob Castellini. But is he frustrated enough to make manager Bryan Price the fall guy? "Bryan is our manager," Castellini told John Fay of the Cincinnati Enquirer. "We're not making a change this year....
Via Fox Sports
6 days ago  |  Discuss

Barry Larkin needs to slow his roll

If the rumors are to be believed, Hall of Fame shortstop Barry Larkin is ready to leave the television studio and make a triumphant return to the dugout for his hometown Cincinnati Reds, the only team he ever suited up for. Larkin has even gone so far as to begin putting out feelers to former teammates to see if they would be up for joining his coaching staff. There’s just one...
Via Baseball Essential
8 days ago  |  Discuss

Price: 'When you're not winning, you have to find victories in other ways'

The Los Angeles Dodgers struggled to provide much of any offensive support for Zack Greinke in his last outing. Considering how well they've hit the ball in Cincinnati the past two games, that might not be a problem this time. Greinke and the Dodgers will try to complete a three-game sweep of the lowly Reds on Thursday. Los Angeles (69-56) totaled nine runs and two homers while dropping...
Via AP on Fox
8 days ago  |  Discuss

Price: 'When you're not winning, you have to find victories in other ways'

The Los Angeles Dodgers struggled to provide much of any offensive support for Zack Greinke in his last outing. Considering how well they've hit the ball in Cincinnati the past two games, that might not be a problem this time. Greinke and the Dodgers will try to complete a three-game sweep of the lowly Reds on Thursday. Los Angeles (69-56) totaled nine runs and two homers while dropping...
Via Fox Sports Ohio
8 days ago  |  Discuss

Bryan Price please in what he's seen from rookie John Lamb

Whether it be a feeling of panic or a greater sense of urgency, Clayton Kershaw would like the Los Angeles Dodgers to start playing with it in the heat of a playoff race. The NL West leaders hope to regain their edge as they try to end to their longest road losing streak in seven years Tuesday night against the Central-worst Cincinnati Reds. Although they've dropped 10 of 15, the...
Via AP on Fox
10 days ago  |  Discuss

Bryan Price please in what he's seen from rookie John Lamb

Whether it be a feeling of panic or a greater sense of urgency, Clayton Kershaw would like the Los Angeles Dodgers to start playing with it in the heat of a playoff race. The NL West leaders hope to regain their edge as they try to end to their longest road losing streak in seven years Tuesday night against the Central-worst Cincinnati Reds. Although they've dropped 10 of 15, the...
Via Fox Sports Ohio
10 days ago  |  Discuss

Reds manager: 'We may have a 20-man pitching staff in September'

What the Cincinnati Reds are about to do is not revolutionary. It is purely desperation. With his veteran pitching staff shipped off to new destinations over the last year, Reds manager Bryan Price is left with only one thing to do as rosters are set to expand with September callups. "We may have a 20-man pitching staff in September," Price told MLB.com. The Reds' unusual circumstance...
Via Fox Sports
17 days ago  |  Discuss

Price sees opportunity for growth in Lorenzen

A matchup with the Cincinnati Reds gave the San Diego Padres just what they needed to end one of their longest losing streaks of the season. Colin Rea will now try to help San Diego add to its recent dominance against Cincinnati in his major league debut Tuesday night. The Padres (53-60) had matched a season high by dropping six in a row before a 2-1 win in Monday's opener against...
Via AP on Fox
24 days ago  |  Discuss

Price sees opportunity for growth in Lorenzen

A matchup with the Cincinnati Reds gave the San Diego Padres just what they needed to end one of their longest losing streaks of the season. Colin Rea will now try to help San Diego add to its recent dominance against Cincinnati in his major league debut Tuesday night. The Padres (53-60) had matched a season high by dropping six in a row before a 2-1 win in Monday's opener against...
Via Fox Sports Ohio
24 days ago  |  Discuss

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
August 02, 2015  |  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

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

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

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
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