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2017 Schedule
32-44, 5th in NL Cent
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Young clears bases with 3-run HR (0:15)
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Votto homers as Reds beat Brewers 8-6

Joey Votto hit a tiebreaking two-run homer in the fifth inning, helping the last-place Cincinnati Reds top the Milwaukee Brewers 8-6 on Tuesday night.

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Votto's 2-run jack puts Reds ahead (0:31)
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Hamilton, Duvall go yard in 1st (1:00)
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Shaw's 3-run homer gives Brewers lead (0:20)
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Reds purchase Shackelford, make other roster moves

The Cincinnati Reds have purchased the contract of RHP Kevin Shackelford from Triple-A Louisville. The team also announced that RHP Austin Brice has been optioned to Triple-A and RHP Jake Buchanan has been designated for assignment.

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20hESPN.com

Rank 'Em: The best pro sports appearances in pro wrestling

The Ball family put on a show we won't soon forget Monday night at Staples Center, the latest in a long and animated history of popular figures from the professional sports world getting in the squared circle.

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Finnegan strains left triceps in return (0:36)
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Grichuk homers again in return (0:24)
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Finnegan leaves early after returning from DL

Brandon Finnegan, pitching for the first time since he went on the DL with a shoulder injury in April, left the Reds' game Monday at St. Louis with a left triceps strain.

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Gyorko sends a 2-run shot to left (0:18)
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NL All-Star voting coming down to the wire

With four days of balloting remaining, Cubs 3B Kris Bryant, Marlins OF Marcell Ozuna, Reds SS Zack Cozart and Nationals 1B Ryan Zimmerman find themselves in tight races at their respective positions. Each league's starters will be announced on the Esurance All-Star Selection Show on Sunday, July 2 at 7 p.m. ET on ESPN.

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4dAlex Vigderman, Baseball Info Solutions

Ranking MLB defenses: Reds

The Reds have perhaps the single flashiest defender in Billy Hamilton, but he isn't doing it alone. In particular, first baseman Joey Votto has bounced back from a bizarre down year defensively.

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Zack Cozart and great seasons you are probably overlooking

There was a day or two a couple weeks ago when Cozart led the NL in WAR. Following a short stay on the DL, the shortstop should become an interesting trade target as the deadline approaches.

Eddie Matz ESPN Senior Writer 

Bryce Harper chose a good time for his first hit. The Nats slugger's 10th inning single - his only knock of the night - gave his team a 6-5 win over the Reds. The hit, combined with five scoreless innings from the beleaguered Washington bullpen, helped the Nationals keep their 9.5-game cushion over second-place Atlanta. It's Harper's third walk-off hit this season, tied for most in MLB.

Eddie Matz ESPN Senior Writer 

Another short-ish night for Nats hurler Stephen Strasburg, who exits after allowing the Reds five runs on eight hits in five frames. After going six-plus innings in 13 of his first 14 starts this year, Strasburg has failed to go six in each of his last three outings.

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Reds add Castillo, option Garrett

The Reds have recalled RHP Luis Castillo from Double-A Pensacola to make his major league debut against the Nationals on Friday night. LHP Amir Garrett has been optioned to Triple-A Louisville to open up a roster spot.

Christina Kahrl MLB Staff Writer 

The Reds' rotation makeover gets underway, with Luis Castillo (No. 94 on Keith Law's Top 100 prospects) going tonight and Homer Bailey coming off the DL tomorrow. With their MLB-worst 6.12 ERA from the rotation, there's nowhere to go but up.

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Schebler, Votto create power pair in Cincy

Reds RF Scott Schebler tied 1B Joey Votto for the team lead in home runs by hitting his 20th during Wednesday's 8-3 loss to the Rays. According to the Elias Sports Bureau, it's only the third time in franchise history that Cincinnati has two players with 20 long balls through the first 75 games of a season. It also happened in 1953 (Ted Kluszewski and Gus Bell) and 1970 (Tony Perez and Johnny Bench).

Team Stats

  • Batting
  • Pitching
Runs37311th
Batting Average.26210th
On Base Percentage.32713th
Slugging Percentage.4544th
Earned Run Average5.2830th
Quality Starts2629th
WHIP1.4628th
BAA.26523rd

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