CINCINNATI — Carlos Gomez hit his first career grand slam and tied his career high with five RBIs, leading Milwaukee over the Cincinnati Reds 12-1 Friday night and extending their winning streak to six.
CINCINNATI (AP) — The Cincinnati Reds have placed assistant hitting coach Lee Tinsley on administrative leave following his arrest on Thursday morning on a charge of driving while impaired.
TORONTO (AP) — Red Sox catcher Ryan Hanigan has been activated off the 60-day disabled list and is in the lineup for Thursday’s game against the Blue Jays.
CINCINNATI — Johnny Cueto made his best start yet since returning from a sore elbow, allowing four hits in eight innings, and the Cincinnati Reds beat the Minnesota Twins 2-1 on Wednesday to take their interleague series.
CINCINNATI — After a long wait to get started, Anthony DeSclafani had a hard time doing anything quickly.
CINCINNATI — Billy Hamilton ran the Minnesota Twins into a hole so big they couldn’t get out of it.
NEW YORK — Not only did the Cincinnati Reds have to face three of the Mets’ top young starters this weekend, they got beat at the plate by one of them, too.
NEW YORK — Johnny
Cueto was cruising along until he suddenly developed a problem — with
the strike zone, not his sometimes achy elbow.
PITTSBURGH — Guess Brandon Phillips’ thumb is OK.
PITTSBURGH (AP) — Reds manager Bryan Price insists his team doesn’t look forward to facing Gerrit Cole.
PITTSBURGH — Josh Smith spent the first three innings of his career as a major league pitcher working his way into trouble before deftly working out of it.
COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) — Ohio lawmakers are delaying any action on a resolution urging baseball’s commissioner to reinstate all-time hits leader Pete Rose and make the former Cincinnati Reds star eligible for the Hall of Fame.
BRISTOL, Conn. (AP) — ESPN says it obtained a notebook that shows Pete Rose bet on Cincinnati Reds games during his last season as an active player in 1986.
CINCINNATI — The Reds’ hottest hitters were at it again, helping a sick starter pull through a tough day.
CINCINNATI — Fastball, slider, curve — everything was working for Mike Leake. It showed in the Miami Marlins’ futile swings.