7/7/2015 | Rock the vote: Cueto's shutout a statement
Sometimes in elections, talk is cheap for a candidate with the voters. It's better to prove yourself on the job and in the arena. Reds ace Johnny Cueto certainly accomplished that on Tuesday night vs. the Nationals.
7/7/2015 | Reds seeking 2nd sweep of East-leading Nats
Having already swept the Nationals at home earlier this season, the Reds are in position to do it again in Wednesday's series finale at Nationals Park. Starter Michael Lorenzen will look to help Cincinnati improve to 6-0 against Washington, which will start Gio Gonzalez.
7/7/2015 | Cueto finds Final Vote support in U.S. Senate
The effort to get Reds ace Johnny Cueto into the All-Star Game in Cincinnati next week via the Esurance MLB All-Star Game Final Vote has some bipartisan support in the United States Senate.
7/7/2015 | Cueto lobbies for Final Vote with D.C. shutout
It was supposed to be a pitchers' duel between right-handers Max Scherzer and Johnny Cueto, but it turned out to be a one-sided affair as the Reds blanked the Nationals, 5-0, at Nationals Park on Wednesday night.
7/7/2015 | Cueto's mates helping in push for Final Vote
Now that their ace, Johnny Cueto, is one of five National League players selected for the 2015 Esurance MLB All-Star Game Final Vote, the Reds are doing what they can to get their fans to cast their ballots.
7/7/2015 | Reds to recall Holmberg for Thursday start
The Reds revealed on Tuesday that left-handed pitcher David Holmberg will be recalled from Triple-A Louisville to start on Thursday vs. the Marlins.
7/7/2015 | All-Star Game community events set to begin in Cincinnati
The 2015 Esurance MLB All-Star Game is still a week away, but the festivities kick off this week, starting on Wednesday.
7/6/2015 | All-Star flavor spices up Scherzer, Cueto duel
A handful of All-Stars headline Tuesday night's meeting between the Washington Nationals and Cincinnati Reds at Nationals Park, with Max Scherzer dueling with Final Vote candidate Johnny Cueto.
7/6/2015 | Suarez's homer gives Reds final word in D.C.
Eugenio Suarez's third home run of the season, a high fly ball down the left-field line in the eighth inning that just kept carrying, was all that separated the Reds and Nationals on Monday in Cincinnati's 3-2 series-opening win at Nationals Park.
7/6/2015 | Cueto named All-Star Final Vote candidate
With the election of Todd Frazier as the starting third baseman for the National League All-Star team after he trailed big a couple of weeks ago, Reds fans know how to mobilize and get out the vote. They will be needed one more time this week. Reds rotation ace Johnny Cueto has been named one of five NL candidates for the 2015 Esurance MLB All-Star Game Final Vote, where fans get to select the final player on both teams' 34-man rosters.
7/6/2015 | Aroldis earns fourth straight All-Star selection
It's usually an electric experience at Great American Ball Park when the bullpen door opens and closer Aroldis Chapman emerges to finish a game and throw 100 mph, and harder. Fans attending the All-Star Game in Cincinnati next week will have the opportunity to enjoy that experience. On Monday, Chapman was named as a member of the National League team after he was elected on the players' ballot.
7/6/2015 | Reds call up Y. Rodriguez, option J. Smith
After three rough starts, the Reds optioned starting pitcher Josh Smith to Double-A Pensacola and recalled outfielder Yorman Rodriguez from Triple-A Louisville on Monday.
7/6/2015 | Reds prepare Great American Ball Park for ASG
When the Reds' team bus departed with the players and coaches for the airport from Great American Ball Park shortly after a home stand wrapped on Sunday, Rick Stowe and his staff wasted little time getting to work. Immediately, All-Star Week preparations began.
7/5/2015 | With final boost, Frazier named ASG starter
With the equivalent of a big kick in the last lap of a race, Reds third baseman Todd Frazier sprinted his way in the final week of voting into the starting lineup for the National League All-Star team. Frazier will get to represent the host Reds in the All-Star Game July 14 at Great American Ball Park.
7/5/2015 | Nats look to avenge earlier sweep by Reds
The Nats were last swept in a three-game series at the end of May in Cincinnati, starting a 3-11 tumble, one of the worst stretches of baseball for the Nationals this season. Monday, the Nationals and Reds will meet again in Washington, a matchup of Doug Fister and Anthony DeSclafani.
7/5/2015 | Brewers win 8th straight, sweep Reds
A better seven-game road trip was simply not possible for the Brewers. How can you top perfection? Milwaukee completed a three-game series sweep of the Reds on Sunday with a 6-1 victory at Great American Ball Park. The club went 7-0 on its trip through Philadelphia and Cincinnati and has a season-high winning streak of eight games.
7/4/2015 | Smith ties team record by hitting 4 batters
Rookie Josh Smith has only three Major League starts on his resume, but managed to tie a 108-year old Reds record vs. the Brewers on Saturday night.
7/4/2015 | Cingrani could become a starter again
Entering Spring Training, Reds left-handed pitcher Tony Cingrani was thought to be in the mix for a rotation spot before he was ultimately put in the bullpen rather early on in the competition. At some point this season, it's possible that Cingrani could start again for Cincinnati.
7/4/2015 | Questions remain if Cueto will pitch in All-Star Game
Unlike his dynamic 2014 season, Reds ace Johnny Cueto isn't a lock to make the 2015 National All-Star team this year when reserve rosters and pitchers are revealed on Monday night.
7/4/2015 | Leake, Jungmann get starts in series finale
The Brewers will look to keep the offense rolling in the series finale against the Reds at Great American Ball Park. Mike Leake will be the man in charge of trying to contain the hot Brewers' bats while Rookie right hander Taylor Jungmann will make his sixth start of the season for Milwaukee.
7/3/2015 | Lorenzen struggles in loss to Brewers
From the first batter of his start vs. the Brewers on Friday night, Reds rookie pitcher Michael Lorenzen appeared to have trouble. Lorenzen had a 0-2 count on Gerardo Parra before he hit a foul ball and stayed alive. Three pitches later and with a 2-2 count, Parra hit a rising 96-mph fastball over the right field fence for a leadoff home run. Milwaukee didn't stop rolling from there as it handed the Reds a 12-1 defeat.
7/3/2015 | Jocketty considering plans for Trade Deadline
Speculation has often centered that the Reds could become sellers and make trades as soon as they are done hosting the All-Star Game on July 14. General manager Walt Jocketty did not tip his hand on Friday, but indicated it was under consideration.
7/3/2015 | Top prospect Stephenson promoted to Triple-A
The top prospect of the Reds organization, right-handed starting pitcher Robert Stephenson, was promoted and is now one step away from the Major Leagues. Stephenson, 22, was called up and made his debut on Friday for Triple-A Louisville.
7/3/2015 | Smith, Nelson duel on Independence Day in Cincinnati
Josh Smith will be making his third start of his career and is still looking for his first Major League win. He is 0-1 with a 5.63 ERA in his two starts this season, picking up a no-decision last time out against the Mets on June 28. Opposite of Smith will be Jimmy Nelson for the Brewers. Nelson has yet to put together consecutive quality starts this year, but is tied for most victories in the Brewers' rotation. He is 5-8 with a 4.48 ERA and 78 strikeouts in 16 starts this season.
7/2/2015 | Assistant hitting coach Tinsley arrested
Reds assistant hitting coach Lee Tinsley was arrested and charged for operating a vehicle while impaired, the club confirmed on Thursday.
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