Months without games, a stadium without fans, and an underachieving team conspire to test the faith of those still interested in Reds baseball.
For the Reds to be successful, Geno and Votto need to get going, and the team’s shortstop and catcher of the future need to play regularly.
On-field delays and broadcast booth embarrassments challenge the Cincinnati Reds' focus in the shortened 2020 MLB season.
Nick Castellanos emerges as one of the league’s best hitters and the best in the Reds’ lineup, but can the team keep him past this season?
Still no reason to panic, but so far the Reds have seemingly played uninspired baseball more than a sixth of the way through this shortened season.
MLB and the player’s association agreed to expand the 2020 playoffs to 16 teams, increasing the chances that the Reds will be able to sneak in one way or the other.
Buckle up, Cincinnati Reds fans, this 60-game sprint of a season is going to be a doozy.
Baseball’s Cincinnati origin story has a new pre–Civil War date, a new east side birthplace, and a new connection to the famous 1869 Red Stockings.
Finally, MLB has announced that they’re going to attempt a 60-game season, and there are plenty of reasons to be excited about the Cincinnati Reds.
On one hot August day in 1887, Cincinnati Red Stockings fans got so riled up the umpire had to flee for his life and only a police escort saved him.