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7/9/2014 | Reds' bench starting to make its mark

In the early part of the season, the Reds' bench was often underused and at times did not produce the desired results. Neither point could be made lately, however. With Joey Votto on the disabled list and a doubleheader on Tuesday, reserve players have been needed more than ever by the Reds. And they've answered the bell.


7/9/2014 | Bailey takes hill as Reds go for five-game sweep

Homer Bailey will look to keep himself and his ballclub hot as the Reds host the Cubs in the series finale of a five-game set at Great American Ball Park on Thursday afternoon. Cincinnati has given Chicago fits over the past two seasons, having won 23 of 31 meetings and seeking a fifth win in four days against the Cubs on Thursday.


7/9/2014 | Frazier out of starting lineup for just second time

Reds All-Star third baseman Todd Frazier was out of Wednesday's lineup vs. the Cubs. The only other time he did not start this season was when he missed an April 26 game at Atlanta with a tight left groin.


7/9/2014 | Hannahan doubles in first rehab game

In his first rehab assignment game for Class A Dayton on Tuesday, corner infielder Jack Hannahan went 1-for-3 with an RBI double. Hannahan was the designated hitter, which will be his position for a while as the Reds have accelerated his timetable, somewhat.


7/9/2014 | Simon becomes first in NL to reach 12 wins

Alfredo Simon became the National League's first 12-game winner when a three-run bottom of the fifth inning led the Reds to a 4-1 win over the Cubs on Wednesday night at Great American Ball Park.


7/9/2014 | Almost-flawless Reds as good as any team in league

The Cincinnati Reds are evolving right in front of our eyes. At the moment, there probably isn't a better team in the National League.


7/8/2014 | Reds honor local All-Star teacher

Rachel Blanks of Dayton, Ohio will represent the Cincinnati Reds at the MLB All-Star Game in Minneapolis on July 15 as one of 30 winners of the "Target Presents PEOPLE All-Star Teachers" campaign. The honor is presented jointly by MLB, Target and Time, Inc. to current and retired teachers that impact their students and communities.


7/8/2014 | Hamilton plays hero in walk-off victory over Cubs

With the game tied at 5 in the ninth, Billy Hamilton hit a walk-off broken-bat single to win it, 6-5, in the second game of a doubleheader on Tuesday night at Great American Ball Park.


7/8/2014 | Frazier thrilled to participate in Home Run Derby

It started with a text message from Rockies All-Star shortstop Troy Tulowitzki. And on Tuesday, it culminated in the announcement that another All-Star, Reds third baseman Todd Frazier, will participate in the Gillette Home Run Derby on Monday in Minneapolis.


7/8/2014 | Derby field shapes up with eight sluggers named

Eight of the 10 participants for the 2014 Gillette Home Run Derby were announced by Derby captains Jose Bautista of the American League and Troy Tulowitzki of the National League.


7/8/2014 | Parra helps Bruce's blast hold up in opener

Manny Parra stranded the bases loaded in the seventh to make Jay Bruce's homer stand up, as the Reds took the opener of a split doubleheader.


7/8/2014 | Even after Pena's return, Barnhart still a Red

Catcher Tucker Barnhart, who was recalled from Triple-A Louisville on Sunday when Brayan Pena was placed on the paternity list, remains with the Reds even though Pena has returned to the club.


7/8/2014 | Ailing Votto returns to DL with left quad injury

The Reds placed first baseman Joey Votto on the 15-day disabled list Tuesday with an injury to his left quadriceps muscle, and they returned catcher Brayan Pena from the paternity leave list.


7/8/2014 | Top prospect Stephenson throws six scoreless

The Reds' No. 1 prospect Robert Stephenson threw six scoreless innings Monday, and Double-A Pensacola defeated Mobile, 4-0.


7/8/2014 | Reds' Holmberg, Cubs' Wada square off in Game 2

David Holmberg will be making his second career Major League start on Tuesday, and his debut for Cincinnati. The Cubs will counter with fellow lefty Tsuyoshi Wada, who will be making his Major League debut.


7/8/2014 | Cueto leads Reds in first game of twin bill vs. Cubs

Johnny Cueto, who is second in the National League with a 1.99 ERA and 130 strikeouts, will start in the first game of a day-night doubleheader on Tuesday, facing the Cubs' Travis Wood.


7/7/2014 | Bruce's homer, Hamilton's big night key Reds

Jay Bruce's fielding error let a run score in the fifth inning, but his two-run home run in the seventh helped seal a 9-3 Reds win over the Cubs at Great American Ball Park on Monday night.


7/7/2014 | Cubs win replay challenge in seventh inning vs. Reds

With one out in the Reds' seventh on Monday, Todd Frazier hit a broken-bat grounder to Cubs shortstop Starlin Castro, who threw to Anthony Rizzo for the out. Rizzo did the splits to reach for the ball, but first-base umpire Mike Winters called Frazier safe.


7/7/2014 | Reds announce signing of first-round pick Howard

The Reds made it official on Monday that they agreed to terms with their first-round selection (19th overall) in the 2014 First-Year Player Draft, right-handed pitcher Nick Howard out of the University of Virginia.


7/7/2014 | Nasty Boys see championship potential in Reds

The Nasty Boys were back in Cincinnati on Monday. Rob Dibble, Norm Charlton and Randy Myers were at Great American Ball Park to throw out the first pitch before the Reds opened a five-game series with the Cubs.


7/7/2014 | Bruce sees action at first base for first time

On Monday against the Cubs, Jay Bruce started and played at first base professionally for the first time. Bruce has taken ground balls at first base periodically since, but more in earnest lately since regular first baseman Joey Votto has dealt with a left quadriceps strain.


7/7/2014 | Cueto scheduled to make Sunday start before ASG

Johnny Cueto earned his first All-Star selection, but although he would be a candidate to start the All-Star Game, he may not pitch in it at all if he makes his last two starts before the All-Star break as scheduled.


7/7/2014 | Chapman available after hamstring tweak

Closer Aroldis Chapman was unavailable to pitch in Sunday's 4-2 win over the Brewers, in which Jonathan Broxton came on in the ninth for the save. Manager Bryan Price said that Chapman tweaked his right hamstring prior to the game.


7/7/2014 | Statcast highlights Hamilton's game-changing speed

In the latest round of Stacast clips, we take a look at three plays involving Billy Hamilton, the Reds' sensational rookie speedster. In two of the plays, Hamilton comes up short -- but still impresses.


7/7/2014 | Brosnan, author and pitcher, dead at 84

Jim Brosnan, well-known for two books he wrote while pitching for the Reds in the early 1960s, died late last month, The Associated Press reported. He was 84.




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