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2016 Schedule
65-90, 5th in NL Cent
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Reds have choice to make with Bryan Price

Price was a Walt Jocketty hire, so Dick Williams' first big move with the day-to-day power as GM could be finding a new skipper, Jim Bowden writes. The Reds' improvement since the All-Star break might have saved Price. Managers on the hot seat (Insider)

Lineup: Reds (64-90) at Brewers (70-85)

  • 1. Jose Peraza, SS (R)
  • 2. Scott Schebler, CF (L)
  • 3. Joey Votto, 1B (L)
  • 4. Adam Duvall, LF (R)
  • 5. Brandon Phillips, 2B (R)
  • 6. Eugenio Suarez, 3B (R)
  • 7. Tony Renda, RF (R)
  • 8. Ramon Cabrera, C (S)
  • 9. Brandon Finnegan, LHP
Votto's HR puts Reds ahead of Brewers (0:29)
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Kris Bryant continues assault on Reds

By going deep on Wednesday, Bryant became the first player in 57 years to hit 10 or more homers against the Reds in a single season, per the Elias Sports Bureau. Eddie Mathews hit 10 against Cincinnati during the 1959 campaign. The Cubs play the Reds three more times.


Cubs sweep Reds with 9-2 victory

John Lackey pitched seven solid innings for his first win in six weeks and Miguel Montero drove in three runs, helping the Chicago Cubs sweep the Cincinnati Reds with a 9-2 victory on Wednesday.

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How could Nick Senzel impact the Reds?

Senzel is a better, more athletic version of Chase Headley, and his high baseball IQ allows his solid tools to play up, writes Tony Blengino. How will he impact the Reds in a couple of years? Future breakout rookies (Insider)

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Senzel's debut deserves a shout out

Keith Law lists No. 2 overall pick Nick Senzel among the 2016 draftees that enjoyed the best debuts. The 21-year-old did well with the bat in the Midwest League along with showing surprising speed that improved his stock. Best 2016 debuts (Insider)

Reds set the wrong kind of record

Jason Heyward's home run on Monday was the 242nd homer allowed by Reds pitching this year. That's the most home runs allowed in a season by a team in major league history, breaking the record held by the 1996 Tigers (241), per the Elias Sports Bureau.

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Reds hold steady in Power Rankings

Cincinnati has used a franchise-record 32 pitchers this year, and that collection of hurlers is three homers away from breaking the MLB record for most allowed in a season (241). That about sums things up. Week 24 Power Rankings

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Reds' regulars may be done for season

Four Reds players may be done for the season after picking up injuries in the past few weeks. Zack Cozart, Billy Hamilton, Homer Bailey and Cody Reed likely won't play again this year. Cincinnati.com


Brewers avoid sweep behind Guerra, beat Reds 7-0

Junior Guerra pitched six shutout innings, Scooter Gennett and Domingo Santana homered and the Milwaukee Brewers beat the Cincinnati Reds 7-0 on Wednesday night to avoid a three-game sweep.

2017 Reds schedule announced

The Reds begin their 2017 campaign on April 3. They will host the Phillies opening a three-game series in a matchup of teams hoping to move on from disappointing 2016 seasons. 2017 schedule

Team Stats

  • Batting
  • Pitching
Batting Average.25319th
On Base Percentage.31423rd
Slugging Percentage.40619th
Earned Run Average4.9127th
Quality Starts6423rd

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