1. Wilkin Castillo: Reds' Utility Man Out for Season

    The Cincinnati Reds have announced that utility man Wilkin Castillo will be placed on the disabled list and is out for the remainder of the season with a torn right labrum in his right shoulder...

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  2. Breaking News: Richard Jefferson Headed to San Antonio Spurs

    The San Antonio Spurs have traded Bruce Bowen, Kurt Thomas, and Fabricio Oberto in exchange for Richard Jefferson, according to a source from ESPN...

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  3. Edinsion Volquez and Brandon Phillips Help the Reds Destroy the Marlins 7-0

    Behind the superb pitching by starting pitcher Edinsion Volquez, and the big day at the plate by Brandon Phillips, the Reds down the Marlins 7-0 and pitch their sixth shutout of the season...

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  4. Reds Fans Give Chris Dickerson a Chance

    Reds outfielder Chris Dickerson may not have had the start some expected, but fans in Cincinnati shouldn't panic quite yet...

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  5. Reds Vs. Astros: Votto Smashes Cincinnati Past Houston 4-3

    The Reds ended their series against Houston Monday night, taking the series 3-1 by winning last night's game 4-3. Starter Bronson Arroyo (3-0) pitched solid, going seven innings and giving up ...

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  6. Reds-Astros: Owings Two RBI Double Helps Down Houston 4-2

    Reds starter Edinson Volquez (2-1) had a little problem with his control, but didn't pitch badly and got the the victory. Volquez worked six innings of four-hit, one-run baseball while striking out seven and walking five...

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  7. Reds-Astros: Aaron Harang, Jared Burton Pitch Poorly as Reds Are Shut Out 7-0

    The Cincinnati Reds couldn't find any offensive spark, as Houston starter Wandy Rodriguez had an easy day on the hill...

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  8. Reds Vs Astros: Hernandez 9th Inning Homer Downs Houston 2-1.

    Reds Catcher Ramon Hernandez finally got a little redemption for his poor start this season in the top of the ninth with a two run homer to lead Cincinnati over Houston 2-1...

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  9. Cincinnati Reds Aquire Minor Leauger Drew Sutton to Complete Keppinger Trade

    The Houston Astros and Cincinnati Reds have announced they have completed the Jeff Keppinger trade by sending minor league infielder Drew Sutton the the Reds. Drew Sutton was ranked the eighth overall best prospect by Baseball America in 2008...

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  10. Reds-Brewers: Owings and Burton Stuggle As the Reds Lose 9-3

    Making his first start as a Cincinnati Red Micah Owings (0-1) looked rusty as he took the loss given up four earned runs in five innings. Micah also had two walks and two strikeouts...

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  11. Cleveland Browns Current Draft and Offseason Talk

    With the NFL Draft only a few weeks away there have been numerous trade rumors swirling along with a vast number of different predictions on who and or what the Browns will do with the number 5 overall pick...

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  12. Reds-Brewers: Bronson Arroyo Quiets The Brewers

    Starting pitcher Bronson Arroyo (2-0) got his second win in as many tries and he held the Brewers in check. Bronson Arroyo pitched 6.1 innings of four hit ball while only allowing one earned run...

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  13. Cincinnati Reds vs Pittsburgh Pirates: Aaron Harang Blanks the Buccos 2-0

    Reds ace Aaron Harang pitched the best Reds fans have seen him in quite a few starts as he looked dominate. Harang (1-1) pitched a great day going the distance throwing a complete game shutout...

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  14. Reds-Pirates: Johnny Cueto Struggles as Reds Lose, 10-2

    The Cincinnatti Reds' bats were quiet today at Great American Ballpark, and the Pirates' pitcher Paul Maholm had an easy day at the office...

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  15. Reds-Mets: Votto Shines As The Reds Avoid The Sweep, 8-6

    Joey Votto was clutch, again, this afternoon as the Reds got their first win of the season and avoided a sweep...

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  16. Reds Vs Futures: Reds Get Revenge and Win 9-6

    Reds pitcher Johnny Cueto pitched well in the final warm up before the regular season begins. Cueto looked dominant as he pitched four innings giving up only one run and four hits while he walked one and struck out one...

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  17. Reds Vs Reds' Futures: Reds Blown Out By Minors

    Reds starter Bronson Arroyo, and high priced closer Francisco Cordero, pitched very poorly again this preseason, as the Reds embarrassed themselves against the Futures team...

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  18. Cincinnati-Pittsburgh: Volquez Dosen't Pitch Well, Reds Lose Again

    As the Reds said goodbye to Ed Smith Stadium Pittsburgh sent the away with another loss to end their spring in Sarasota Florida...

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  19. Reds-Astros: Bailey Throws Eight K's as Reds Fall Late

    Astros 7, Reds 2 The Cincinnati Reds lose again, dropping four straight games heading into their final game tomorrow. Reds pitcher Homer Bailey looked very impressive, as he pitched six innings of four hit ball with two earned...

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  20. Reds Jeff Keppinger Traded To Houston Astros

    The Cincinnati Reds have traded infielder Jeff Keppinger to the Houston Astros for a player to be named later. Houston will have Keppinger in the mix for the third base position. This now reduces the Reds roster to 32 with opening day on Monday...

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  21. Reds-Yankees: Jay Bruce Error Kills Reds

    Micah Owings was on the mound as he pitched his last game to audition for the No. 5 spot in the starting rotation. Owings pitched into the sixth, but was pulled out with the bases loaded...

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  22. Reds Cut Three From Their Spring Roster

    The Reds made three more roster moves today, cutting outfielders Jacque Jones and Norris Hopper and young pitcher Daryl Thompson. They were all re-assigned to Class AAA Louisville...

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  23. Johnny Cueto Pitches Well But Reds Fall to Pirates in Late Innings

    Reds pitcher Johnny Cueto pitched very well but the bullpen couldn’t secure the win as they gave up two runs in the bottom of the ninth to lose consecutive games...

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  24. Cincinnati Reds-Tampa Bay Rays: Reds Get Clobbered in Rematch

    The Cincinnati Reds played a rematch of yesterday’s game against Tampa Bay and had very different results. The final score was the Reds 2, Tampa Bay 11...

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  25. Under the Radar Reds: Up-and-Coming Pitcher Daniel Ray Herrera

    For the first time in many seasons, the Reds have a very solid and deep pitching staff to excite the fan base. Most of the baseball world forgets that Cincinnati received Daniel Ray Herrera ...

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