The Cubs have certainly had to scrape and fight for their wins the last couple of days. Trailing twice to the Reds, a four-run seventh inning and five-run eighth helped Chicago emerge with a 13-9 victory -- its fourth in a row.
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Right-hander Homer Bailey exited the Reds' 13-9 loss to the Cubs on Tuesday night after three innings as a precaution. Bailey reported feeling an irritation in the back of his right shoulder, the club announced.
On Tuesday, Reds starter Scott Feldman had season-ending arthroscopic surgery to clean out the damaged cartilage in the knee.
Reds second baseman Scooter Gennett already uses his nickname every day so he will wear his given name, Ryan, above his No. 4 during the inaugural Players Weekend Aug. 25-27.
Mike Montgomery will become a full-time member of the Cubs' starting pitching rotation someday. He will start Wednesday's middle game against the Reds at Great American Ball Park.
Given the presence of No. 1 Reds prospect Nick Senzel, how likely do you think it is that the Reds explore a long-term deal with third baseman Eugenio Suarez? Beat reporter Mark Sheldon tackles this and other inquiries from Reds fans in his lastest Inbox.
Third baseman Aaron Boone, outfielder Adam Dunn, pitcher John Franco, pitcher Danny Graves, third baseman Scott Rolen and outfielder Reggie Sanders are the Modern Player candidates for induction into the Cincinnati Reds Hall of Fame, the club announced Monday.
Who do the Reds have in the pipeline? Get scouting reports, video, stats, projected ETAs and more for Cincy's Top 30 Prospects on MLBPipeline.com's Prospect Watch.
Luis Castillo continued to strengthen his case to become a potential frontline starter for the Reds. He didn't have the best command of his pitches, but he battled to limit the Braves to a pair of runs in the Reds 8-1 loss on Sunday at SunTrust Park.
After helping Sean Newcomb escape a pair of bases-loaded threats at SunTrust Park on Sunday afternoon, Tyler Flowers ensured Drew Storen would not encounter the same good fortune. His grand slam highlighted a six-run fifth inning that allowed the Braves to cruise toward an 8-1 win over the Reds.
Reds outfielder Scott Schebler highlighted a three-hit performance with a pair of doubles and proved to be one of Julio Teheran's primary nemesis during Saturday night's 11-8 win over the Braves at SunTrust Park.
Robert Stephenson didn't have his best stuff against the Braves on Saturday night, but he had enough to help the Reds to an 11-8 victory. As a result, the Reds clinched the series against the Braves and will go for the series sweep on Sunday at SunTrust Park.
Cubs manager Joe Maddon may have put it best, explaining why he resorted to a fourth man in the outfield to defend Joey Votto: The Reds first baseman is "ungodly" at the plate. It's a worthy descriptor to attach to one of the frontrunners for Most Valuable Player in the National League.
The Reds have remained cautious with shortstop Zack Cozart as he deals with a left shin injury that caused him to leave in the seventh inning of Friday's game against the Braves at SunTrust Park.
Sal Romano halted his recent struggles by delivering one of the finest starts of his rookie season and R.A. Dickey's attempt to produce another gem evaporated as the Reds tagged him for three home runs in the sixth inning of Friday night's 5-3 win over the Braves at SunTrust Park.
The Reds' Scott Schebler rejoined the team Friday after a bruised left rotator cuff landed him on the disabled list on Aug. 1.
The Cubs belted six home runs, including back-to-back-to-back jacks in the fourth inning, to erase a nine-run deficit, but the Reds reclaimed the lead on rookie Phillip Ervin's tie-breaking, two-run homer in the seventh to secure a crazy 13-10 victory on Thursday at Wrigley Field that split the four-game series.
Heading into Wednesday night, Reds rookie outfielder Phillip Ervin had three call ups and no hits in the big leagues on his resume. In less than 24 hours, Ervin's statistical line dramatically changed.
A 69-year-old record streak held by Ted Williams remains his alone.
Anthony Rizzo smacked a grand slam in the first inning and Javier Baez scored the game-winning run on a wild pitch with two outs in a wild ninth on Wednesday night to lift the Cubs to a 7-6 victory over the Reds.
Joey Votto doesn't get a ton of extra attention as one of the best hitters in baseball, but the Reds' first baseman isn't working in a vacuum. Votto's teammates are watching, listening and, most importantly, learning.
Gene Bennett, a longtime Reds scout who was beloved throughout baseball, passed away on Wednesday in his hometown of Portsmouth, Ohio, at the age of 89.
The Cubs held Joey Votto to a first-inning single on Wednesday night, ending the Reds' sluggers' streak of reaching base at least twice in a game at 20, one short of the record Williams set in 1948. But at age 33, with his status as one of the best (and smartest) hitters of his generation secure, time remains on Votto's side
The Cubs lead the Majors with 51 home runs since the All-Star break and scored 15 runs against the Reds on Monday night. For six innings on Tuesday, Reds rookie pitcher Luis Castillo shut them down while seeing Chicago for the first time.
After an MRI exam in Cincinnati on Tuesday confirmed the diagnosis of a fractured left foot, the Reds placed catcher Devin Mesoraco on the 10-day disabled list. Outfielder Phillip Ervin was recalled from Triple-A Louisville to take the vacant roster spot.
Votto throws foul ball onto roof at Wrigley
The hits just keep coming for Jahmai Jones. The Angels' No. 2 prospect extended his hitting streak to 18 games on Tuesday with a leadoff double in Class A Advanced Inland Empire's 2-0 win over Lake Elsinore. He also hit a single and walked once in the contest, finishing 2-for-4 at the plate.
Maybe Cubs manager Joe Maddon thought he had the right amount of kryptonite to make Joey Votto look more mortal at the plate. During one of Votto's plate appearances in the Reds' 15-5 loss on Monday night at Wrigley Field, Maddon resorted to a recreation softball-type of alignment by using four outfielders to try and keep the Reds' first baseman off the bases.
Kris Bryant and Anthony Rizzo smacked back-to-back home runs, reliever Mike Montgomery hit his first career double, driving in two runs, and Jon Jay missed hitting for a natural cycle by a home run to power the Cubs to a 15-5 victory Monday night over the Reds at Wrigley Field.
A bullpen short on long relievers and a big deficit put Reds manager Bryan Price in a dreaded but inevitable position vs. the Cubs in Monday's four-game series opener. Price summoned second baseman Scooter Gennett to pitch the bottom of the eighth inning during a 15-5 loss at Wrigley Field.
Joey Votto threw a foul ball deep into the stands
MLBPipeline.com'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.
The Reds have lost each of the last four games Sal Romano has started and six of his eight starts in the Majors.