1. Holmberg Chased Early in Reds Loss to Dodgers

    Nobody with the Reds expects the final 48 games of the season to be easy. The team has used a rookie starter in every game since July 29 and doesn't have any veterans ready to come in and take innings...

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  2. Barnhart Making Most of Opportunity with Reds

    LOS ANGELES -- Any hopes for Devin Mesoraco to be behind the plate for 140 games for the Reds this season evaporated in April when the All-Star catcher suffered a hip impingement injury that eventually required season-ending surgery...

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  3. Cincinnati Reds Fall to Dodgers in John Lamb's Big League Debut

    The box score won't show it, but John Lamb was quite impressive in his major league debut with the Cincinnati Reds on Friday night. Unfortunately, one bad inning did him in, as the Los Angeles Dodgers came away with a 5-3 win...

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  4. Lamb's First MLB Strikeout

    John Lamb records his first Major League strikeout on Adrian Gonzalez in his MLB debut against the Dodgers .....

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  5. Reds Rock Latos and Dodgers in LA

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  6. Lamb to Debut on Friday

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  7. Reds Announce LHP Lamb Will Make MLB Debut Friday

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  8. Reds' Robert Stephenson Leaves Start with Undisclosed Injury

    Reds top prospect Robert Stephenson left last night's game in Louisville with an injury after two innings and 54 pitches.....

    Erik Stordahl Written by Erik Stordahl about 10 months ago 14 reads 0 comments

  9. Reds May Skip Michael Lorenzen's Next Start

    SAN DIEGO -- Michael Lorenzen is still listed as the Reds ' starting pitcher Sunday against the Dodgers , but it remains uncertain whether he will take that turn. There are some factors in play beyond his recent performances...

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  10. Bloom: Bryan Price's Dream Job Not Going Well

    SAN DIEGO -- One has to feel for Reds manager Bryan Price. A man waits his entire career to earn the job of his dreams and the two years he's been in it have been the most trying of his life...

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  11. Reds Take Down Padres in Series Finale

    Nobody was more upset about the Reds squandering a three-run first-inning lead on Wednesday than the man who gave it up: Raisel Iglesias...

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  12. Reds' Suarez Just a 'Ballplayer' – and That's OK

    SAN DIEGO — Eugenio Suarez isn't caught up in too many labels, be it two-hole hitter, shortstop, whatever. In the end, he considers himself just a “ballplayer,” and that's all he wants to be...

    Erik Stordahl Written by Erik Stordahl about 10 months ago 12 reads 0 comments

  13. David Holmberg Takes Loss Despite Solid Start

    SAN DIEGO -- When David Holmberg took the mound for the Reds in Monday night's 2-1 loss, it marked the 12th straight game where a rookie started for the club since Mike Leake made his final start for Cincinnati on July 28...

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  14. Watch: Jay Bruce's 200th Career Home Run

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  15. Reds Lose Grip on Diamondbacks in Extras

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  16. Reds Snap Scoreless Run, Top D-Backs for Sampson's First Win

    PHOENIX — There's nothing in the minor leagues that can really replicate facing an All-Star in a big situation...

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  17. Sampson Gets 1st Big League Win, Reds Beat D-Backs 4-1

    PHOENIX -- Keyvius Sampson earned his first major league victory, Cincinnati hit three home runs and the Reds beat Arizona 4-1 Saturday on the night the Diamondbacks retired new Hall of Famer Randy Johnson's No...

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  18. Offense Still Absent as Reds Lose Again

    PHOENIX — With Friday night's 2-0 loss to the Diamondbacks , the Reds dropped to 21 games behind the Cardinals .....

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  19. Reds Snakebitten by D-Backs in 2-0 Loss

    Another Raisel Iglesias start, another Raisel Iglesias trophy. Start by start, the Reds Cuban rookie is starting to put it together...

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  20. Reds Lack Power in 2-0 Loss to D-Backs

    PHOENIX (AP) -- Chase Anderson pitched seven innings of four-hit ball in his return from the disabled list, and Welington Castillo homered again for the Arizona Diamondbacks in their 2-0 victory over the Cincinnati Reds on Friday night...

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  21. Fan Breaks World Record for Farthest Washing Machine Throw at Reds Game

    Yes, you read that right. A washing machine. Sean McCarthy threw a washing machine to set a Guinness World Record at Great American Ball Park after last Friday's Cincinnati Reds game...

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  22. Lorenzen: 'I Thought I Threw the Ball Really Well'

    The series against the St. Louis Cardinals that started so promisingly for the Reds ended in a parade of offensive ineptness...

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  23. Reds Announce 'Grateful Dead Night'

    Grateful Dead concerts are like baseball games: no two are ever alike. The plays are always different, and there's always fresh hope...

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  24. Doc's TML: Biggest Issues Facing the '16 Reds

    Games like last night make you think things ain't so bad. The Cardinals are not the greatest hitting team, especially without M. Holliday, M. Adams and Jon Jay.....

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  25. Sean Marshall throws a bullpen session

    CINCINNATI -- Left-handed pitcher Sean Marshall took another big step forward on Wednesday by throwing his first bullpen session since experiencing shoulder surgery in May.....

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