1. Video: Hamilton's Leaping Catch at the Wall

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  2. Price Ejected vs. Brewers for Arguing

    Price just got tossed. Came out after Mesoraco had words with home plate ump David Rackley over a strikeout call...

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  3. Price Explains Day off for Bruce

    As you saw in the earlier lineup posting, Reds right fielder Jay Bruce is not in the lineup Monday vs. the Brewers . Bruce is hitless in his last 15 at-bats and was 0-for-11 with five strikeouts during the three-game series vs...

    Zachary Petersel Written by Zachary Petersel about 7 days ago 151 reads 0 comments

  4. Quick Exit with High Pitch Count a Rarity for Cueto

    NEW YORK -- It's not often that ace Johnny Cueto will have a pitch count of 112 through five innings and come out of a game...

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  5. Doc: Reds Haven't Solved Mystery of Missing Bat

    The Reds just lost three times ingloriously in Yankee Stadium by playing bad defense and scoring just six runs against average pitching, four of them on solo homers. The weird defense was an anomaly; the scoring was typical...

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  6. Jocketty Shopping Trade Market -- No Fits Yet

    NEW YORK -- Reds general manager Walt Jocketty sounds hopeful – not desperate – when it comes to trying to pull off a trade before the July 31 non-waiver trade deadline...

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  7. Stock Up, Stock Down for Cincinnati Reds' Top 10 Prospects for Week 16

    Billy Hamilton has exceeded expectations this season at the major league level, but he is not the only Cincinnati Reds prospect to make it to the majors this season...

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  8. Skip Schumaker (Concussion) Returns Sunday vs. Yankees

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  9. Pena Hits 2 HRs Despite Loss in New York

    Brayan Pena went 2-4 with two solo Bronx Bombs. That short leftfield porch is a goldmine for a guy like Pena who just sells out for dingers from the leftside, and he made it worthwhile and kept the Reds in the game...

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  10. Price: 'We Weren't Able to Get Enough Going'

    NEW YORK -- Jacoby Ellsbury's home run in the fifth was the blow that beat Mike Leake and the Reds Friday night...

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  11. 2 Trades That Could Take the Cincinnati Reds to the Next Level

    With the Major League Baseball trade deadline rapidly approaching—July 31, in case you were unaware—it's become increasingly clear that the Cincinnati Reds need something, ...

    Tyler Duma Written by Tyler Duma about 9 days ago 8,855 reads 29 comments

  12. Chicago White Sox Trade Dylan Axelrod to Cincinnati Reds

    The Chicago White Sox have traded right-handed pitcher Dylan Axelrod to the Cincinnati Reds organization for an “as-yet unknown return” according to MLB Trade Rumors and a tweet from the Charlotte Knights...

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  13. NL Central Division Is Up for Grabs

    That 17 players were selected from the National League Central for the league's All-Star game is just a small bit of evidence of the division's competitiveness...

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  14. Health, Handling Cards Among Reds Keys to Second Half

    The Reds get back to the business of chasing down a third NL Central division title in five years Friday in New York against the Yankees . The Reds have survived early injuries and bounced back from being as many as six games under ...

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  15. Reds Manager Says Votto Won't Be out 'Months and Months and Months'

    Reds first baseman Joey Votto is one week into his second disabled list stint for a quadriceps injury and manager Bryan Price seems relatively optimistic about the former MVP's return timetable...

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  16. Reds Already Preparing to Host 2015 All-Star Game

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  17. How Alfredo Simon Has Become MLB's Biggest Mound Surprise in 2014

    Everything about Reds starter Alfredo Simon’s season has been a pleasant surprise. Originally expected to open the season in the Reds bullpen, Simon, 33, was given a chance ...

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  18. Reds Already Preparing to Host 2015 All-Star Game

    MINNEAPOLIS -- Having waited decades to host another All-Star Game, the Reds and Cincinnati have been preparing for it even before they knew another would come...

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  19. Reds Pause Furious Chase for Much-Needed Rest

    CINCINNATI -- Even for a team that's been on a roll like the Reds , the All-Star break could not have come soon enough...

    Zachary Petersel Written by Zachary Petersel about 12 days ago 92 reads 0 comments

  20. In First All-Star Game, Simon Thrilled to Face Jeter

    MINNEAPOLIS -- Reds starter Alfredo Simon, who didn't even know he would be in the 2014 All-Star Game until Sunday, found himself in a prime spot of the game Tuesday night...

    Zachary Petersel Written by Zachary Petersel about 12 days ago 73 reads 0 comments

  21. Reds Already Preparing to Host 2015 All-Star Game

    MINNEAPOLIS -- Having waited decades to host another All-Star Game, the Reds and Cincinnati have been preparing for it even before they knew another would come...

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  22. The Reds Offense at the All-Star Break

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  23. Frazier Has a Blast in Derby, Falls Short in Finals

    MINNEAPOLIS -- A rainbow was the backdrop beyond Target Field when Reds third baseman Todd Frazier took his first cuts in the Gillette Home Run Derby. It proved to be a lucky omen that carried him well into the night...

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  24. Aroldis Chapman OK After All-Star Scare

    MINNEAPOLIS -- The last things the Reds could afford was an injury at the All-Star Game, and it appears they have dodged that, despite the sight of closer Aroldis Chapman limping after recording the final out of the eighth inning at first base...

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  25. Cincinnati Reds: 2 Holes Reds Must Address at the Deadline

    The Cincinnati Reds have reached the All-Star break as legitimate contenders, and with the 2014 MLB trade deadline only a couple of weeks away, the team has to address a few weaknesses on its roster...

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