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Report: Reds sign free agent reliever Pedro Strop

Strop spent the last seven seasons in Chicago with the Cubs.

Moeller football coach resigns

Former UC athletic director introduced in new role at USC

Former Bengal dies at the age of 69 from Alzheimer’s disease, reports say

UC athletic director leaving for USC, source says

Andy Dalton calls benching “unfortunate” after 9 years as starter

  Parents of NKY high school football players upset after banners taken down

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Bengals QB Andy Dalton benched after 0-8 start

FC Cincinnati opens 2020 season ticket sales to public for final year at Nippert Stadium

Here’s what it is like being part of the Ohio State University Marching Band (video)

A.J. Green practices for the first time since July 27

  Indiana man refuses to leave roof of his bar until the Bengals win

Bengals WR John Ross placed on IR, expected to miss 6-8 weeks

Covington’s Stone Court first in a new series of basketball-court murals

A region-wide mural project begins with an homage to local basketball legend, George Stone

  Marty’s final call: Saying farewell to the voice of the Reds

Here’s where to watch and read all of FOX19 NOW’s coverage on soon-to-be Reds Hall of Famer Marty Brennaman:

  This one belongs to you, Marty: Reflecting on 46 years with the ‘voice of the Reds’

Reds fans know the feeling: a warm night, the back porch, and the familiar voice on the radio, hoping to hear the signature call, “and this one belongs to the Reds.”

  ‘If I have nothing else but credibility, I’ll be happy’: Reds’ Brennaman shares final thoughts on 5-decade career

“If people can’t believe what you write, if everything’s a puff piece – even in the worst of times – then people are not going to buy into what you’re doing and I felt the same way about what I did, and so if I have nothing else but credibility, I’ll be happy.”

Voice of the Reds Marty Brennaman gifted piece of Wrigley Field in honor of final road game

Caty McNally wins first ever match at U.S. Open

Reds split series with Cardinals after rally falls short

Back strain forces Votto to injured list

‘I never dreamed of this’: Reds announce Hall of Fame, farewell tributes to Marty Brennaman

Roger Federer, Cincinnati’s Caty McNally lose at Western & Southern Open

Reds lose 3rd straight game

The Cincinnati Reds had won or tied their previous six series.

Caty McNally loses in straight sets in hometown debut

Playing in her first match in her hometown tournament, Cincinnati native Caty McNally lost to Elise Mertens 7-5, 6-0 in the first round of the Western & Southern Open.

Batter up: MLB announces Reds, league 2020 season schedule

We are barely rounding third and heading for home in the 2019 MLB season schedule, but the league is already announcing their 2020 slate.

Wolf advances, John McNally loses in W&S Open

J.J. Wolf is one win from first ever main draw appearance in Mason

  Frank Robinson Field named in honor of Reds legend who passed away in February

Robinson passed away at the age of 83 in February.

Schedule released for Crosstown Showdown XXII

The schedule is set, now bring on high school football.

Cincinnati’s Caty McNally, JJ Wolf awarded Western & Southern Open Wild Cards

Caty McNally, 17, and JJ Wolf, 20, were awarded wild cards to participate in the open.

You can now wear the latest Reds vs. Pirates brawl on your chest thanks to new T-shirt

Forget war paint, you can now wear war shirts — if you consider the bad blood between the Reds and Pirates a war, that is.

  VIDEO: Reds’ Jesse Winker finds out about Puig trade from fan yelling from stands

Tuesday night at Great American Ball Park can be summed up in one word: Chaos.

Yasiel Puig tweets heartfelt goodbye to Cincinnati as team confirms trade

The relationship between Puig, the Reds, and Reds fans went out with a bang — quite literally — Tuesday night.

  Bengals coach, on A.J. Green injury: ‘Good chance he’s going to miss a couple games’

The regular season kicks off in six weeks in Seattle.

  Bengals wide receiver A.J. Green injures ankle, likely to miss at least 6 weeks

Green went up for a deep ball from quarterback Andy Dalton, but appeared to land awkwardly when competing with Dre Kirkpatrick for a catch.

Bengals sign WR Tyler Boyd to 4-year extension

The Bengals drafted Boyd in the second round of the 2016 NFL draft.

  Queen City celebrates USWNT native star Rose Lavelle in Fountain Square

She’s got four stars on her shirt and now she is being honored as a star of Cincinnati.

  World Cup star Rose Lavelle: ‘(Cincinnati) is the city that’s built me’

The Queen City is honoring their Queen, Rose Lavelle, through several events beginning Thursday.

Sen. Sherrod Brown shows support for USWNT, co-sponsors equal pay for athletes bill

U.S. Sen. Sherrod Brown (D-Ohio) joined in a growing number of politicians, celebrities, athletes, and fans calling for equal pay for female athletes following the U.S. Women’s National Team’s fourth World Cup championship.

  FC Cincinnati’s new architect behind West End Stadium unveils new design

FC Cincinnati publicly unveiled the new design of its West End Stadium by its new architect Tuesday morning.

  Rose Lavelle: The FIFA Women’s World Cup star is breaking the internet in Cincinnati

She's been mentioned in over 60,000 tweets as of Sunday night

  Reds Rockin’ 150 Birthday Bash to feature free concert, fireworks

It’s time to celebrate the first professional team in baseball with the Reds Rockin’ 150 at Great American Ball Park Friday night.

Cincinnati’s Caty McNally makes Wimbledon main draw

The women’s singles competition begins at Wimbledon on Monday, July 1.

UC basketball, John Brannen land Top 50 recruit Zach Harvey

Coach John Brannen landed one of the highest-ranked Cincinnati Bearcats’ basketball recruits in a decade on Thursday.

DeSclafani ties club record in Reds 7-5 loss to the Brewers

The Reds rallied after falling behind 7-0 but couldn’t complete the comeback in a 7-5 loss to the Brewers on Sunday.

Reds select Nick Lodolo with their first pick of 2019 draft

Lodolo, 21, was named All-Big 12 First Team and entered the draft as the top pitching prospect as rated by Baseball America.

FC Cincinnati announces hiring of new GM Gerard Nijkamp

The team is holding a news conference at the Mercy Health Training Center in Milford at 11 a.m.

Marvin moves out: Former Bengals coach lists Indian Hill mansion

Who Dey say going to buy Marvin Lewis’ house? If you’ve got a cool couple million dollars lying around, it could be you.

‘Sam’ the Cincinnati Zoo Bald Eagle returns to action for flyover Saturday

“Sam” the bald eagle will return to Nippert stadium on Saturday for the FC Cincinnati game and his first stadium flyover of the summer.

  Recycle your old electronics and win free Reds tickets this week

The drive begins Thursday and ends Saturday and will take place at three different locations.

FC Cincinnati could be in the market for a new GM, reports say

Jeff Berding could soon relinquish one of his titles with Cincinnati’s Major League Soccer team.

FCC looking for ‘big time, proven leader’ after ousting head coach Alan Koch

Berding stressed that the decision was not based on game results, but rather ‘culture.’

  Swarm of bees briefly delays Reds game

The Reds were buzzing Monday afternoon — no, really!

  Cincinnati Reds Fan makes lamps for Hall of Fame

The Cincinnati Reds are celebrating their 150th season this weekend, and one Reds fan is also making a mark by designing a history-inspired Hall of Fame Gift Shop item.

Who Dey in the UK: Bengals announce schedule for London game

In January, the Bengals announced they’d be visiting Big Ben in 2019 -- no, not that one, the other one.

Former Bengals coach Forrest Gregg passes away

Pro Football Hall of Fame player and former Bengals coach Forrest Gregg passed away, the team says.

Miami women’s basketball coach leaving for Marquette job

The school says Megan Duffy accepted a head coaching position at Marquette.

UC’s Mick Cronin named head coach at UCLA

Longtime University of Cincinnati men’s basketball coach Mick Cronin is moving on to browner hardwood.

Suspensions announced for Puig, David Bell, Chris Archer following brawl

Yasiel Puig, Reds Skipper David Bell and Pirates Pitcher Chris Archer all received suspensions.

Cyclones claim Brabham Cup as ECHL regular season champs

The Cincinnati Cyclones have earned the 2018-19 Brabham Cup as ECHL Regular Season Champions, following a 3-2 win over the Toledo Walleye on Wednesday night.

Bearcats pre-game show previews UC vs Iowa

Seventh ranked UC will face 10th ranked Iowa at 12:15 p.m. in the tournament’s round of 64.

First African-American Reds player Chuck Harmon passes away

Chuck Harmon, the first African-American baseball player in Cincinnati Reds history passed away at the age of 94 Wednesday.

Bengals release Vontaze Burfict, source says

The Bengals parted ways with longtime linebacker Vontaze Burfict Monday afternoon, according to a Bengals source.

Bengals fans can ‘test drive’ season tickets at Paul Brown Stadium Saturday

Who Dey? Who Dey? Who Dey think -- are going to be Bengals season ticket holders for the 2019 season?

What’s new for the 100th Findlay Market Opening Day Parade

Hey, batter-batter -- we are just 20 short days away from the 100th Findlay Market Opening Day Parade and the first day of the Reds 2019 season.

Bengals finalize Zac Taylor’s coaching staff with 2 hires

As the old saying goes: a tiger doesn’t change it’s stripes -- but in the case of the Bengals, it does.

FCC cancels preseason friendly against UC due to possibility of ‘inclement weather’

The preseason friendly scheduled between FC Cincinnati and the University of Cincinnati’s men’s soccer team has been cancelled.

Bengals add Moeller coach to Zac Taylor’s staff

Zac Taylor is filling up his coaching staff with faces he's familiar with and that now includes a face familiar to Cincinnatians.

UC 2019 football schedule highlighted by huge opening month

Trip to Ohio State headlines huge opening month on the 2019 UC football schedule

New ‘Dey,’ new hires: Bengals beef-up coaching staff with 4 new faces

Who Dey? Well, they are: Brian Callahan, Jim Turner, James Casey and Ben Martin.

London Calling: Who Dey is visiting the UK in 2019

God save the Queen City!

  ‘No game more fun to broadcast than baseball’: Reds’ Marty Brennaman announces retirement

The longtime radio voice of the Cincinnati Reds is hanging up his headset and microphone.

Several Bengals assistants out including OC Bill Lazor, Hue Jackson

Bengals have begun letting some assistant coaches go

Bengals to interview member of Buccaneers staff, insiders say

The search to replace Marvin Lewis continues for the Cincinnati Bengals.

Marvin Lewis Community Fund to continue supporting Cincinnati students

Marvin Lewis may no longer be the coach of the Cincinnati Bengals, but his commitment to the city and its students remains.

Josh McDaniels says ‘no thanks’ to Bengals interview, NFL insiders say

One coach that won’t be filling Marvin Lewis' old spot? The Patriots' Josh McDaniels.

Reports: Cincinnati interviewing Joseph, Jackson, former Bengal for head-coaching job

The seat in Marvin Lewis' former office at Paul Brown Stadium isn’t cold yet, but the Bengals are already on the hunt to fill it.

FC Cincinnati announces first MLS game at Nippert Stadium

FC Cincinnati is ready to take to the pitch in their first official Major League Soccer game in March at Nippert Stadium.

Report: Season may be over for Bengals WR A.J. Green

The Bengals and their fans can’t seem to catch a break.

UC’s Luke Fickell named conference coach of the year

It was the seventh 10-win season in program history.

Bengals riddled with injuries in midst of crushing loss to Browns

According to an ancient proverb, ‘the enemy of my enemy is my friend’ -- that is not the case for the Cincinnati Bengals.