Cincinnati Reds Acquire Michael Givens from Rockies

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The Cincinnati Reds have made another move to bolster their bullpen. Late Tuesday night they completed a trade with the New York Yankees for Luis Cessa and Justin Wilson. Wednesday morning, they acquired Colorado Rockies reliever Mychal Givens. In return, the Rockies received minor league right-handers Case Williams and Noah Davis. This is a huge […] READ MORE


Reds & Cardinals: A Sweeping Series Recap

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The Cincinnati Reds and St. Louis Cardinals series was nothing more than a perfect weekend for one team. The Reds hit the ball very well; they pitched well enough to defeat their division foes in four straight. It marks the first time since 1990 that the Reds have swept the Cardinals in a four-game series. The starting rotation gave […] READ MORE


Luis Castillo Has Taken a Step Back

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Luis Castillo is an integral part of the Cincinnati Reds pitching rotation. Since his MLB debut, he has wowed everyone with an electric fastball and devastating changeup. For the last two years, Castillo has been one of the best pitchers in all of baseball. This year, however, he has taken a major step backward. We’re […] READ MORE


Joe West Set to Break Umpiring Record

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MLB Umpire Joe West has been in the league since 1976. Since entering the league that year, West has umpired 5,375 games in his MLB career. On Tuesday, May 25th, Joe West will umpire his 5,376th career game. This will break an 80-year-old record and give Cowboy Joe the most umpired games in baseball history. […] READ MORE


Wade Miley Tosses a No Hitter Versus Cleveland

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Wade Miley missed most of the 2020 season due to injury. Now Miley is etched in baseball history forever. On Friday night, Wade Miley became the 308th pitcher in MLB history to toss a no-hitter and the 17th in Cincinnati Reds history. He worked furiously all night long and threw a ton of strikes. Through eight […] READ MORE


Joey Votto Gets #300 as Reds Escape Cubs

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It wasn’t pretty on Friday night for the Cincinnati Reds, but a win is a win. Coming into the weekend, Cincinnati was ahead of the Chicago Cubs in the NL Central by one game. After putting up eight runs, and almost blowing it entirely, the Redlegs held on. Powered by Joey Votto and his 300th […] READ MORE


Jesse Winker Is Breaking Out in a Big Way

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Jesse Winker is a former number-one prospect in the Cincinnati Reds organization. Now, he’s the everyday Left Fielder. Since the start of 2020, Winker has been one of the best hitters in all of baseball. His ability to get on base and hit for power has evolved nicely for not only him, but his team. […] READ MORE


The Dark Horse Team No One Talks About

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What is a dark horse? No it’s not the mammal the old west cowboys ride in on. A dark horse is much more exciting than even that. In the sports world, there are plenty of dark horses every single year. A dark horse, by definition, is a “competitor or candidate whom is little known, but […] READ MORE


Cincinnati Reds Bats Stay Hot, Sweep Pirates

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The old adage always goes “Defense wins championships.” Well, if that is a true indicator, then offense wins regular season ballgames. Once again, the Cincinnati Reds have scored a ton of runs. Through the first six games they have scored 57 runs. All throughout the lineup, the Reds are producing big numbers. That has turned […] READ MORE


Nick Castellanos Just Wants to Have Fun

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Over the last year and a half, Nick Castellanos has been a wonderful addition to the Cincinnati Reds. Whether it be his interviews, which remind some of Greg Poppovich, or his play on the field, he’s been a valuable asset to this team. This early in the season, he’s reminding everybody why he’s that guy. […] READ MORE