Relief pitcher Michael Lorenzen connected for a pinch-hit homer that put Cincinnati ahead and the Reds overcame a rough major league debut b…
Brandon Finnegan allowed only one hit in seven inning and Joey Votto homered for his first hit of the season Wednesday night, sending the Re…
Reds Opening Day continues to bring record crowds to Great American Ball Park.
The Major League team with the youngest roster hopes to evolve into a Reds winner.
While national predictions don’t give the Reds much of a chance this season, Cincinnati fans remain optimistic and loyal.
Stuart Turner belted a three-run homer in the sixth inning to break a 1-1 tie as the Reds beat the Futures Team at Fifth Third Field 5-1 on …
he Cincinnati Reds and Findlay Market have announced that Reds Hall of Famer Sean Casey will be the Grand Marshal of the 98th Findlay Market…
Former D-I basketball player, turned pro baseball player Amir Garrett looks to finally earn a spot on the Reds pitching staff this year.
Joey Votto acknowledges the Reds are in a re-tooling stage and remains optimistic about the club’s future.
Now the Reds steady left fielder, Adam Duvall knows that his role is to drive-in runs.
Most believe Scott Schebler is the man in right field for the Reds this year but number-43 says he working hard to earn that spot.
Billy Hamilton happily receives a lot of advice and hopes to respond with his best season yet.
Zack Cozart says he hears all the talk about a possible trade but looks forward to being the Reds shortstop this season.
On the day position players reported in Goodyear, Manager Bryan Price expressed his thoughts for the upcoming season.
Signed in January, Drew Storen hopes to be a big contributor in the Reds bullpen.
Bronson Arroyo hasn’t pitched in two years but the veteran righthander hopes to make a comeback with his former team.
Veterans such as Bronson Arroyo and a plethora of rookies are competing for spots on the Reds roster.