1. Bailey Shut Down for the Season

    Homer Bailey is done for the season — which is really no surprise. It was evident that treatment for his sore elbow would not heal the injury fast enough for the pitcher with two no-hitters to return the mound this year...

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  2. 10 September Call-Ups

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  3. Reds' Billy Hamilton Matches Franchise Rookie Record with 54 Stolen Bases

    Cincinnati Reds outfielder Billy Hamilton matched a franchise rookie record Sunday, recording his 54th stolen base of the season in a 3-2 win over the Pittsburgh Pirates , per MLB Stat of the Day ...

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  4. Aroldis Chapman's Fastball Could Make Some History

    MLB .com's Mark Sheldon notes that, since the introduction of Pitch F/X in 2006, no pitcher has ever finished a season averaging 100 MPH on his fastball. Chapman, however, currently sits with a 100...

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  5. Johnny Cueto Celebrates Win by Flicking Mike Leake's Crotch

    As today's Reds - Pirates game went final, Johnny Cueto earned his 16th victory of the season. To celebrate, he flicked Mike Leake's balls. Leake definitely felt it. Good game, everyone...

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  6. Walker, Worley Lead Surging Pirates Past Reds 3-2

    PITTSBURGH -- Neil Walker hit a three-run homer in the first inning and the Pittsburgh Pirates made it hold up behind starter Vance Worley, beating the Cincinnati Reds 3-2 on Saturday for their fourth straight victory...

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  7. Bruce on His 'Miserable' Season

    While talking to Reds right fielder Jay Bruce on Saturday, he was rather candid about the season he's had. I will have more on MLB .com/Reds.com later but Bruce said so much that I felt like some of it needed to be read on the blog...

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  8. Billy Hamilton, Cincinnati Reds Run Wild on Chicago Cubs

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  9. Frazier More Comfortable with Role at First Base

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  10. Predicting What the Cincinnati Reds Lineup Will Look Like Next Year

    While injuries and bullpen woes have been staples of the Cincinnati Reds ' 2014 campaign, offense has been similarly woeful. We can't say for certain whether it's related to injuries to crucial players or not...

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  11. Dylan Axelrod to Start Today vs. Cubs

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  12. Hamilton Becomes Youngest Red to Steal 50 Bases

    CINCINNATI -- Reds center fielder Billy Hamilton added another remarkable feat to an already impressive rookie campaign.....

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  13. Billy Hamilton 1st Reds Player with 50 SBs Since 1997

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  14. Reds' Bats Silenced in 3-0 Loss to Cubs

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  15. Tony Cingrani Unlikely to Pitch for Reds Again This Season

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  16. Cincinnati Reds: No Face-Lift Needed for 2015 Season

    The narrative surrounding the Reds has taken on some Dexter-esque identity that features mainly dismemberment...

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  17. Cincinnati Reds : An Early Free-Agency and Offseason Primer

    While the Cincinnati Reds are not technically out of the wild-card race yet, things are looking worse by the day. They sit six games back in the wild-card race, and they have been awful since the break...

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  18. Six Reds Headed to Arizona Fall League

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  19. Phillips Likely Not Leaving Reds Any Time Soon

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  20. Fay: Reds Need Major Tweaks, but They Won't Happen Soon

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  21. The Morning Line, 8/26: Which Red Would You Trade?

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  22. Stock Up, Stock Down for Cincinnati Reds' Top 10 Prospects for Week 21

    Now that the Cincinnati Reds have quickly dug themselves a hole in the standings as September roster expansions draw closer, many fans have turned their attention to the team's minor leaguers...

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  23. Timely Offense Shows Up in Reds' Win

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  24. Reds Mascots Take ALS Challenge, Nominate C. Trent

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  25. 'Invested' Chapman Shows His Shoulder Is Fine

    Aroldis Chapman's first stop when he arrived at Great American Ball Park on Saturday was the manager's office.....

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