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  • Romano looks to build on best start vs. Tigers
    The Reds return home to Great American Ball Park for a six-game homestand that begins with tonight's 7:10 ET game vs. the Tigers. In the opener of the two-game series, Sal Romano will pitch for Cincinnati against Detroit lefty Matthew Boyd. Romano pitched a season-high (and career-high-tying) eight innings with one run allowed last Tuesday for a no-decision before the Reds took a 5-1 victory in 10 innings over the Royals.
  • Reds trio in mix in NL All-Star Game voting
    A trio of Reds remains in the running to represent the National League in the All-Star Game.
  • Suarez leads bat attack as Reds take finale
    Eugenio Suarez and Scott Schebler hit 2-run homers, Joey Votto had a 2-run double and Billy Hamilton made one of the season's best catches as the Reds took the finale at PNC Park. Anthony DeSclafani got the win, and Raisel Iglesias got a 4-out save to fend off a rally from the Bucs, who had the tying run thrown out at home to end the 8th. Colin Moran and Gregory Polanco (who went 3-for-3) homered for Pittsburgh, but Joe Musgrove had his first rocky outing of the year.
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  • Hamilton's latest catch: 'Are you kidding me?'
    When the guy who was just robbed of a hit applauds the catch, it must have been really good.
  • Senzel makes Pipeline Team of the Week
    MLB Pipeline's Prospect Team of the Week honors the best performances from the previous seven days. Any Minor Leaguer currently on an organization Top 30 Prospects list on our Prospect Watch is eligible.
  • Reds, Bucs join to celebrate Father's Day
    In honor of Father's Day, the Pirates and Reds continued the league-wide efforts to raise awareness and funds for prostate cancer by wearing special caps and apparel.
  • Reds' Top 30 Prospects list
    Who do the Reds have in the pipeline? Get scouting reports, video, stats, projected ETAs and more for Cincy's Top 30 Prospects on MLB Pipeline's Prospect Watch.
  • Castillo's long-ball blues recur in loss to Bucs
    Luis Castillo made his 15th start of 2018 for the Reds on Saturday vs. the Pirates, the exact number of starts he had last season during an often-dazzling rookie year. Through this campaign, though, Castillo has shown decreased velocity, and the contact he's allowed has been much harder.
  • Schebler getting comfortable in leadoff role
    Reds right fielder Scott Schebler was in the top spot of the lineup for the eighth straight game on Saturday vs. the Pirates. Schebler is getting used to the new normal of batting first. after hitting sixth much of this season.
  • Senzel continues to rake for Bats
    Here's MLB Pipeline's roundup of the top prospect performances in the Minor Leagues on Saturday.
  • Reds waste chances, Harvey's effort vs. Bucs
    It was easy to feel that even though the Reds were leading the Pirates on Friday night, there wouldn't be a happy ending for Cincinnati. There were numerous missed chances to score more runs and starting pitcher Matt Harvey had dodged some danger. Sure enough, the Reds were handed a 3-2 defeat by Pittsburgh at PNC Park.
  • Senzel posts another multihit game
    Here's MLB Pipeline's roundup of the top prospect performances in the Minor Leagues on Friday.
  • Senzel flourishing, but no promotion in sight
    There's long been an adage in baseball that if a player can hit, a team will find a place for him to play. Second baseman Nick Senzel, the Reds' top prospect, has been on an offensive tear for Triple-A Louisville lately, but there is no promotion imminent.
  • Duvall among those poised for turnaround
    Some players heat up with the weather. Others simply take time to find their way. Here is a look at one player per team in the NL Central possessing a track record that suggests he'll snap out of it and contribute to his team's success.
  • Mahle delivers as Reds roll late vs. Royals
    Tyler Mahle delivered 6 1/3 strong frames and the Reds broke through in a two-run seventh inning behind a pair of Royals errors to win the two-game Interleague set. Kansas City starter Jason Hammel was solid through six innings, but an error by shortstop Alcides Escobar opened the door for Cincinnati. Adam Duvall capped the finale with a grand slam in the ninth.
  • Reds rally in 10th after Romano's strong start
    Joey Votto's bases-clearing triple fueled a decisive four-run 10th inning for the Reds, who got a strong start from Sal Romano and a tying homer from Tucker Barnhart in the ninth. Billy Hamilton's nifty juke move during a rundown to avoid a tag at third also aided the pivotal extra frame. Barnhart's jack came against Kelvin Herrera, who blew just his second save chance this season. Royals starter Ian Kennedy logged eight shutout innings in a no-decision.
  • Billy Hamilton dodged a tag, Matrix style
    Billy Hamilton dodged a tag, Matrix style
  • Reds Community Fund hosts Signing Day event
    On June 6, the Reds Community Fund hosted its second annual Signing Day event for high school seniors at the Reds Hall of Fame Theater at Great American Ball Park.
  • Bailey labors during rehab outing at Louisville
    Reds starting pitcher Homer Bailey's first rehab assignment start for Triple-A Louisville did not go well on Monday. Bailey lasted three innings and gave up five earned runs on six hits over three innings with one walk and one strikeout. He threw 68 pitches.
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