Cincinnati took care of business in the past week and beat the teams they needed to, and now head to Milwaukee for a big three-game series.
Dozens of host families support Northern Kentucky’s independent league team and its players, creating life-long bonds along the way.
Our long-suffering Reds columnist dreams of the playoffs and argues for a surprising starter to take the mound in a must-win game.
The team’s celebration of Joe Morgan Day last weekend was well deserved, but he still somehow keeps flying under the fans’ radar.
Relief pitching help was obtained at the trade deadline, but the teams Cincinnati is chasing for a playoff spot got better too, with higher-profile additions.
Cincinnati's fan favorite and Minister of Good Vibes needs to hit the bench once Mike Moustakas and Nick Senzel return from injuries.
Since his benching last August, the veteran leader has retooled his approach at the plate, beaten back Father Time, and energized the team.
Seven games over the next two weeks against division-leading Milwaukee will tell whether the Reds are actual playoff contenders.
Nick Castellanos and Jesse Winker are locks to be named to the NL squad, but here are arguments for also including Tucker Barnhart, Tyler Mahle, and Wade Miley.
A bullpen full of journeymen relievers, disappointments, and injuries might well keep Cincinnati from contending for the playoffs this season. Will ownership seek help on the trade market?