Cincinnati Reds: Bronson Arroyo Finding Consistency

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Bronson Arroyo has been a staple of the Cincinnati Reds‘ rotation since 2006; he has never missed a start since joining the Reds, and he has been one of the best starters the team has had ever since coming to […]

Unfortunately, Greg Reynolds Will Start For Cincinnati Reds Sunday

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Today, Cincinnati Reds manager Dusty Baker said that Greg Reynolds will start tomorrow against the Milwaukee Brewers rather than Tony Cingrani. Cingrani last pitched on Tuesday against the Arizona Diamondbacks but had to leave the game early because he was […]

Cincinnati Reds: Tony Cingrani Unlikely To Start On Sunday

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Cincinnati Reds‘ rookie right-hander Tony Cingrani will likely miss his scheduled start on Sunday. Cingrani left Tuesday’s ballgame against the Arizona Diamondbacks in the fourth inning due to a strain in his lower back. Today, Cingrani was throwing a bullpen session, but […]

Cincinnati Reds: Season Likely Over for Johnny Cueto and Jonathon Broxton

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Today the Cincinnati Reds released some disappointing news; their ace, Johnny Cueto, has been transferred from the 15-day Disabled List to the 60-day disabled list, and reliever Jonathon Broxton was placed on the 15-day disabled list. Broxton just recently returned from […]

Cincinnati Reds’ J.J. Hoover Is On Fire

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When you think of the Cincinnati Reds‘ bullpen, you probably think of big name guys like Aroldis Chapman and Jonathan Broxton. But as of late, the reliever who has pitched the best for the Reds is J.J. Hoover. Hoover, the […]

Cincinnati Reds: Todd Frazier’s Bat Coming Alive

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It was not too long ago that Cincinnati Reds‘ third baseman Todd Frazier was in a 0-for-31 slump. A lot of Reds fans were becoming impatient and wanted someone like Cesar Izturis or Jack Hannahan to take over as the everyday third baseman. Dusty Baker stuck with Todd […]

Mat Latos Becoming Cincinnati Reds’ Ace

Prior to the 2012 season, the Cincinnati Reds made a trade with the San Diego Padres that sent Mat Latos to the Queen City. Mat Latos has been excellent for the Cincinnati Reds and he is becoming their ace. In 2012, […]

Cincinnati Reds Keeping An Eye On Tony Cingrani’s Inning Count

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Cincinnati Reds starting pitcher Tony Cingrani, has been nothing less than excellent this year. Cingrani was called up from Triple-A Louisville after Johnny Cueto was first placed on the disabled list, then he was sent back down to Triple-A when Cueto was […]

Don’t Get Too Excited With Cincinnati Reds’ Run

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The Cincinnati Reds are on fire right now. They have won seven of their last eight. The team is now only 0.5 games behind the St. Louis Cardinals for second place in the NL Central, and only 3.5 games behind […]

Should The Cincinnati Reds Go After Manny Ramirez?

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Every baseball fan knows his name, and you either love him or you hate him. I’m talking about the man who is always being himself, Manny Ramirez. Ramirez made his Major League debut 20 years ago with the Cleveland Indians. […]

Ryan Ludwick Probably Won’t Be Everyday Left Fielder for Cincinnati Reds

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Last night, Cincinnati Reds‘ left fielder Ryan Ludwick played in only his second game of the season, his first since Opening Day. Ludwick didn’t do any damage last night as he went 0-for-3, but it is still nice to have […]

Cincinnati Reds Will Become Dangerous Team with September Call-Ups

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If the season ended today, the Cincinnati Reds would make the playoffs via the second wildcard spot; however, they haven’t really looked great all season. This could be, in large part, because the Pittsburgh Pirates and St. Louis Cardinals are […]