NUXHALL WAY: THE REDS BLOG
An explosive offense and stable starting pitching have Cincinnati back in the NL Central race, but problems persist elsewhere.
Jesse Winker and Nick Castellanos led the way to a sweep of the Cardinals last weekend and are putting up historic numbers so far this season.
An odd couple at center back and outstanding goaltending have steadied FCC’s nerves heading into a three-week schedule break.
Here’s why signing Luis Castillo, Tyler Mahle, and Jesse Winker to long-term contracts is in everyone’s best interest: team, players, and fans.
Last year’s big international signing hasn’t produced enough goals, so he's likely to head back to England when his loan deal ends June 30.
Major League Baseball guarantees that its team owners make money win or lose, but a soccer fan revolt in Europe reminded us of what real accountability looks like.
A fan march and Bailey chants finally returned last Sunday, but so did FCC’s propensity to crumble in crucial moments.
Show-boatin’ Amir Garrett has been working on his pitching mechanics and might be rounding into the dominant closer the team needs.
An amazingly fast and furious five-year journey to U.S. soccer prominence culminates with Sunday’s grand opening and a national TV audience.
The crafty lefthander harkened back to Mr. Perfect, Tom Browning, with his quick, precise domination in Cleveland May 7. Can he become a reliable piece in the Reds' starting rotation?
For Bengals receiver John Ross, an Amberley Village McMansion is just the right speed.
Marty Brennaman has been the voice of the Reds for more than four decades. But his most impressive feat has been keeping a voice of his own.
Andrew Benintendi’s Not-So-Long Journey From Sellman Field To Fenway Park.
Luke Fickell wants to make UC football great again. If he succeeds, will he stick around to enjoy it?
A former sports reporter looks back at Bengals training camps of yore.
How the Bengals owner’s time on the gridiron explains his much-maligned career on the sidelines.