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CINCINNATI – Joe Morgan, the Hall of Fame second baseman who became the spark plug of the Big Red Machine and the prototype for baseball’s artificial turf era, has died. He was 77.
A person with knowledge of the situation says the Milwaukee Brewers' game against the Cincinnati Reds is being postponed in the wake of the shooting of a Black man in Wisconsin.
The Detroit Tigers and Cincinnati Reds were set to play Major League Baseball’s first doubleheader scheduled for seven-inning games on Sunday in order to make up a rainout.
Cincinnati Reds pitcher Sonny Gray has used the early part of spring training to try out some new things on the mound.
Trevor Bauer thinks his decision to tip pitches for a Los Angeles Dodgers batter during a spring training game and the resulting attention are good for baseball.
Nick Castellanos gives the Cincinnati Reds another dependable hitter that they think will put them back in contention.
Mike Moustakas watched the Reds from the visiting dugout and saw a team on the rise. He decided to become a key part in the franchise’s attempt to become a winner again.
Orlando Arcia doubled with the bases loaded, and the Milwaukee Brewers shook off the fizz from their playoffs-clinching celebration to close on the NL Central lead Thursday, beating the Cincinnati Reds 5-3 for their seventh straight victory.
And this one belongs to Marty Brennaman. Tears and all. With fans applauding his every mention, the Hall of Fame broadcaster called his final Cincinnati Reds game Thursday, ending a 46-year career that featured so many big stars and historic moments – Hank Aaron, the Big Red Machine, Pete Rose – and more than a few verbal tiffs with fans and players who weren’t exactly endeared to his tell-it-like-it-is approach.
The Milwaukee Brewers wrapped up their second straight postseason appearance Wednesday night, with Ryan Braun’s grand slam sparking a 9-2 victory over the Cincinnati Reds that also tightened the NL Central race.
A few hours before the start of his final series as a Cincinnati Reds broadcaster, Marty Brennaman was pausing to collect himself at the thought of a final out now clearly in sight. “Here I go,” he said, forcing a smile that brushed back emotions.
As Justin Dunn handed him the baseball, looking to escape the mound and start the process of trying to forget a debut that had gone so very wrong, manager Scott Servais wouldn’t let his rookie pitcher exit in a hurry.
Freddy Galvis hit a grand slam with two outs in the seventh inning as the Cincinnati Reds rallied for a 11-5 victory against the host Mariners on Thursday night.
Kyle Lewis smashed a first-pitch fastball that was left over the middle of the plate from Cincinnati’s Sonny Gray, sending a towering blast that carried over the wall in right-center. His three-run homer not only snapped a no-hitter, but it gave the Seattle Mariners a lead they didn’t relinquish.
Rookie Kyle Lewis broke up a no-hit bid with a home run for the second consecutive night, leading the Seattle Mariners to a 5-3 interleague victory against the visiting Cincinnati Reds on Wednesday night.
Kyle Seager hit a two-run homer with two outs in the eighth inning as the Seattle Mariners defeated the visiting Cincinnati Reds 4-3 Tuesday night.
A Kyle provided the Mariners with their first run on a night when few were expected with his first homer in his first major-league game. Another Kyle provide the game-winning runs with the 197th homer of his MLB career in his 1,244th big-league game.
Bryce Harper drove in his 100th run with a single, J.T. Realmuto had a pair of hits and a sacrifice fly, and the Philadelphia Phillies won their third in a row Tuesday night, 6-2 over the Cincinnati Reds.
The Reds’ Aristides Aquino has broken the National League rookie record for homers in a month with his 14th in August. Aquino hit a two-run homer in the first inning against the Marlins’ Robert Dugger. Aquino broke the rookie mark of 13 in a month set by the Dodgers’ Cody Bellinger in June 2017. The major league rookie record is 18 by the Tigers’ Rudy York in August 1937. Sammy Sosa holds the record for homers in a month by any major leaguer with 20 in June 1998.
Cincinnati Reds manager David Bell tried unsuccessfully to blend in with fans at SunTrust Park and watch his team from the stands during the first game of his six-game suspension. Bell, suspended for his role in a bench-clearing brawl this week, planned to watch Friday’s game against Atlanta by himself. Bell is suspended for his role in a benches-clearing brawl this week.