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  • 'Pen solid again, but Reds drop opener to Cards
    Starting pitching woes and a sluggish offense conspired to spoil Jim Riggleman's debut as the Reds' interim manager, as the Cardinals won the opener of a three-game series, 4-2, on Friday night at Busch Stadium.
  • Schebler's return gives Reds a power bat
    The Reds regained a power bat on Friday, when they activated Scott Schebler from the 10-day disabled list. To make room on the roster, they optioned Cody Reed to Triple-A Louisville.
  • Seeking 1st win, Bailey starts Game 2 vs. Cards
    Homer Bailey (0-3, 3.42 ERA) will get the start as the Reds face Cardinals ace Carlos Martinez (2-1, 1.75 ERA) in the second game of a three-game series in St. Louis on Saturday at 2:15 p.m. ET. Bailey gave up three runs in seven innings against the Cardinals last Sunday to record the 100th quality start of his career.
  • Riggleman thankful for managerial opportunity
    Reds interim manager Jim Riggleman is not exactly planning on reinventing the wheel in an attempt to turn the team's fortunes around.
  • Reds players express gratitude for Price's role
    The mood in the Reds' clubhouse was subdued prior to Friday's game against the Cardinals as the players gathered for the first time since manager Bryan Price was dismissed.
  • 5 reasons why better times are ahead for Reds
    Changing the manager -- as the Reds did Thursday -- doesn't mean instant improvement for a 3-15 club. Progress is up to the players -- both those already on the roster and perhaps others who could be arriving in the future. It's also up to the front office to put the next manager in position to develop a winning culture.
  • Here are some candidates to be Reds skipper
    After the Reds dismissed manager Bryan Price and installed Jim Riggleman as his interim replacement on Thursday, they appeared in no rush to immediately hire a new full-time skipper.
  • 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.
  • Reds dismiss Price; Riggleman named interim
    Off to a disappointing 3-15 start, the Reds decided change was needed to try to save the season. Therefore, Bryan Price is out as the Reds' manager, along with pitching coach Mack Jenkins.
  • 5 skipper switches that led to playoffs
    The Reds on Thursday became the first team in 2018 to replace their manager by dismissing Bryan Price in his fifth season at the helm and naming bench coach Jim Riggleman interim manager. Here's a look at the last five teams that made the postseason after replacing their manager during the season.
  • NL Central: Checking in on the new guys
    There are new faces all around the National League Central in 2018. Let's take a spin around the division and check out the new guys.
  • Mahle solid, Reds' bats struggle again in loss
    Eric Thames will get all the credit for the Brewers taking two out of three against the Reds, but Cincinnati's lineup deserves even more blame for losing it.
  • Homer spoils Romano's start as Reds fall short
    Reds starter Sal Romano appeared locked in and in complete control against the Brewers on Tuesday. Then the sixth inning happened. The decider was Eric Thames' two-run home run in a 2-0 loss as 3-14 Cincinnati sustained its ninth loss in its last 10 games.
  • Injury updates: Suarez, Schebler, Hernandez
    Reds third baseman Eugenio Suarez's fractured right thumb is making continued progress, and he could join the club on its road trip this week. Suarez has started some baseball activity. He's able to take ground balls, swing with just his left hand and do his running.
  • Santillan among top prospect performers
    Here's MLB Pipeline's roundup of the top prospect performances in the Minor Leagues on Tuesday.
  • Reds acquire Minor Leaguers Neal, Isabel
    The Reds made a trade Tuesday, sending right-handed pitcher Ariel Hernandez to the Dodgers for Minor League pitcher Zach Neal and first baseman Ibandel Isabel.
  • Hit parade backs Castillo as Reds snap skid
    The Reds' offense -- wayward through a rough start to 2018 -- not only opened a lead Monday vs. the Brewers, it tacked on runs greedily for a team that was badly in need of a victory. Although it wasn't a game without twists and turns, Cincinnati emerged with a 10-4 win. As Luis Castillo pitched 6 2/3 innings, the offense that came in with the fewest runs scored in the National League came alive with a season-high 14 hits, with Adam Duvall's three knocks pacing the attack.
  • Castillo shows off potent changeup in win
    Luis Castillo already had three starts this season, but Monday vs. the Brewers marked the return of the electric pitcher the Reds valued so much as a rookie in 2017. With a changeup that helped pile up swings and misses, Castillo struck out eight over 6 2/3 innings at Miller Park.
  • Flourishing Garrett to remain in bullpen
    On a pitching staff that ranks last in the Majors in ERA, reliever Amir Garrett has been a shining beacon of success out of the bullpen. But the Reds have no plans to shift Garrett back to his previous role as a starter.
  • Reds not ready to call up top prospect Senzel
    Nick Senzel is the Reds' top prospect, and there is a temporary opening at his natural position of third base while Eugenio Suarez is on the disabled list with a fractured right thumb. But for now, Senzel remains at Triple-A Louisville.
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