1. Joey Votto Goes Nuts on Ump After Being Thrown Out of Game

    Tensions ran high at Great American Ball Park when Reds first baseman Joey Votto was ejected in the eighth inning of Cincinnati's 5-4 loss to the Pittsburgh Pirates on Wednesday...

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  2. Watch: Joey Votto Goes Nuts After Being Ejected

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  3. Reds' Hamilton Returns to Lineup Wednesday

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  4. Cincinnati Reds Release 2016 Schedule

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  5. Reds Reinstate Hamilton, Boesch; Recall Cingrani

    Reds promote from Louisville Cingrani, Finnegan, Smith and Negron. Reinstate from the disabled list Hamilton and Boesch...

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  6. Reds Minor Leaguer Plays All 9 Positions on Final Day of Season

    What could have been a day off for veteran shortstop Ray Chang turned into one of the highlights of his career...

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  7. Reds to Recall Finnegan, Cingrani, 2 Others Tues.

    Tomorrow, the Reds will recall from Louisville Tony Cingrani (#52),Brandon Finnegan (#31), Josh Smith (#64) and Kristopher Negron (#17)...

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  8. Lorenzen, Offensive Power Help Reds Beat Brewers

    The Cincinnati Reds were able to avoid a sweep at the hands of the Milwaukee Brewers , winning game three on Sunday to salvage the three-game series...

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  9. Reds Avoid Sweep by Brewers

    The biggest adjustment Michael Lorenzen had to make when he was sent down to Triple-A last month had nothing to do with his mechanics, but most of it had to do with his head...

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  10. Bruce Powers Reds to 6-3 Win over Brewers

    CINCINNATI -- Jay Bruce homered and drove in three runs, Michael Lorenzen won for the first time in more than two months and the Cincinnati Reds beat the Milwaukee Brewers 6-3 Sunday to avoid a sweep...

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  11. Reds Blow 5-1 Lead, Lose 8-6 in Game 1 of Doubleheader

    When you get together two teams who are a combined 57 1/2 games out — as the Reds and the Brewers were — you don't expect a thing of baseball beauty...

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  12. Price's Future as Reds Manager in Serious Doubt

    Manager Bryan Price's job status looks extremely tenuous, to the point where few expect him to make it to next year...

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  13. HR Derby the Cause of Frazier's Power Outage?

    Less than two months ago, some of the game's best players gathered in Cincinnati to participate in the Midsummer Classic...

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  14. Suarez's Power Comes as Surprise to Reds

    CHICAGO — When manager Bryan Price saw the video of Eugenio Suarez before the Reds traded for him, power wasn't what came to mind.....

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  15. Billy Hamilton Ready to Begin Throwing

    CHICAGO -- Injured Reds center fielder Billy Hamilton was slated to take the next step Wednesday in his recovery from a sprained capsule in his right shoulder. Hamilton is back in Cincinnati rehabilitating...

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  16. BAR: Joey Votto's Second Half Is Historic

    I've got to give credit to Joel Luckhaupt here, the author and statistician who tweeted out a list of the best second halves in baseball history, to truly put what Joey Votto is doing in perspective...

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  17. Iglesias Makes History Today vs. Cubs

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  18. Count on Rose Not Getting Reinstated, Much Like Shoeless Joe Wasn't

    MLB commissioner Rob Manfred is a man who's not given to rash proclamations -- or making decisions without parsing every detail or long-term ramification...

    Erik Stordahl Written by Erik Stordahl about 11 months ago 1,117 reads 4 comments

  19. Reds Prospects Could Be September Callups

    CHICAGO -- Once summoned, several of the Reds ' September callups could be getting multiple auditions to set themselves up for making the big league team in 2016.....

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  20. Reds Power Past Cubs as 4-Run 6th Leads to 13-6 Win

    CHICAGO -- Eugenio Suarez and Adam Duvall hit two-run homers in a four-run sixth inning and the Cincinnati Reds took advantage of two late Chicago errors in a 13-6 victory over the Cubs on Monday night...

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  21. Reds' Phillip Offers Bowling and Dating Advice

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  22. Votto Turns Bad Loss into Needed Win for Reds

    MILWAUKEE — Joey Votto turned a very bad loss into a much-needed win with one swing of the bat in the ninth inning...

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  23. Votto's Go-Ahead Home Run

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  24. Votto's 9th-Inning HR Lifts Reds over Brewers 12-9

    MILWAUKEE -- Joey Votto put Cincinnati ahead with a two-run home run in the ninth inning and the Reds came back to beat the Milwaukee Brewers 12-9 Saturday...

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  25. Reds Raisel Iglesias Continues Hot August

    MILWAUKEE -- When Raisel Iglesias was a freshly-minted free agent from Cuba last year, almost all of his suitors projected him as a reliever. But not the Reds , a team that liked him as a starting pitcher...

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