UC receiving votes, OSU top 5 in first AP Poll

Despite coming off one of the best seasons in school history and returning several key players, the UC football team did not crack the Associated Press preseason Top 25 poll.

Aquino homers again in Reds win

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

  Reds 150th Anniversary Legacy Project at the Bellevue Vets Complex

Aquino makes MLB history, Reds drop fourth straight game

Reds lose 3rd straight game

Aquino makes MLB history in Reds loss

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Batter up: MLB announces Reds, league 2020 season schedule

Late collapse costs Reds finale against Cubs

Reds’ Aquino ties MLB home run record

Bauer shines in GABP as Reds beat Cubs

Reds sweep Angels, win third straight

Castillo strikes out career high 13 in Reds win

Trevor Bauer sticking to plan to sign only one-year contracts

If the Reds are hoping Trevor Bauer will commit to the organization on a long-term contract, the recently acquired starting pitcher isn’t interested.

Barnhart’s extra inning home run lifts Reds to win

Reds split four game series with first place Braves

MLB lays hammer down with suspensions for Reds, Pirates

Eight individuals have received suspensions for their roles in the bench-clearing incident between the Pirates and Reds during Tuesday night’s game at Great American Ball Park.

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

Robinson passed away at the age of 83 in February.

Deals and donnybrooks: A look at the Reds’ busy MLB trade deadline

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

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

Yasiel Puig tweets heartfelt goodbye to Cincinnati as team confirms trade

VIDEO: Bench-clearing brawl between Reds, Pirates gets ugly

  Multiple reports: RHP Trevor Bauer heading to Cincinnati in trade deadline deal

10-run inning extends Reds’ winning streak

It was the team’s most runs in one frame since 2015.

Nick Senzel frustrated over reactions to his “illness”

He exited a game this season as a result of a migraine headache and told reporters he felt “dizzy” on Wednesday.

Starting pitcher Alex Wood will make debut with Reds this weekend

The Reds host the Rockies on Sunday at 1:10 p.m.

Nick Senzel leaves game with “illness” in Reds loss to Brewers

Reds center fielder Nick Senzel made an early exit in the Reds’ 5-4 loss to the Brewers on Wednesday in the series finale.

Suarez homers again, Reds pound Brewers to win series

Reds score 14 runs to win second consecutive game

Suarez saves Reds with game-winning home run

'I just wanted to help my team win.'

Reds place pitcher Tyler Mahle on injured list

The Reds announced it as a left hamstring strain.

Reds drop series in Chicago, Manager David Bell ‘concerned’ about injuries

With the loss, the Reds dropped to 7.5 games out first place in the NL Central.

Reds to host ‘Sliding into Om’ in August

It’s not quite the seventh inning stretch -- but it is a chance to loosen up at Great American Ball Park.

José Iglesias hosting youth baseball procamp

Cincinnati starting shortstop José Iglesias is hosting his inaugural area youth baseball camp next week.

Reds’ Sonny Gray feels ‘more complete’ in return to All-Star Game

Sonny Gray and Luis Castillo will represent Cincinnati at MLB’s All-Star Game.

Reds pitcher Sonny Gray added to All-Star team

It is his second career appearance in Major League Baseballs All-Star Game

  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.

Reds take series over Brewers, inch closer to first place

Reds pitching has recorded 23 straight innings of shutout baseball for the first time since 2013, the last season the Reds made the playoffs.

Luis Castillo is lone Reds player to make All-Star Game

“I’m really happy,” Castillo said.

All-Star Scooter Gennett returns to Reds lineup: ‘I want to help the team win’

Scooter is back.

La Stella’s inside-the-park HR powers Angels past Reds, 5-1

Tommy La Stella hit a leadoff inside-the-park homer and Luis Rengifo added a three-run shot in the Los Angeles Angels' 5-1 victory over the Cincinnati Reds

Cincinnati Reds auctioning off memorabilia

The Cincinnati Reds are partnering up with Everything But The House to auction off some Reds memorabilia

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.

Locals picked in Major League Baseball Draft

Two local pitchers heard their names on the second day of Major League Baseball’s draft.

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.

Reds Hall of Fame continues the 2019 bobblehead series with Joe Nuxhall

Bobblehead will be available Saturdays & Sundays in June

Reds fire back at Pirates after Eugenio Suarez hit by pitch

Reds manager David Bell was ejected a fourth time this season for coming to the defense of Suarez.

Reds take series from first place Cubs

Reds have won first two series of season against Chicago Cubs

Reds and Pirates to play doubleheader on Memorial Day

Fans will have two opportunities to see the Reds on Memorial Day.

Scooter Gennett could play games in “two-and-a-half weeks”

Reds All-Star second baseman Scooter Gennett will make his first road trip of the season to begin ramping up his work to return to the field.

  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.

  Swarm of bees briefly delays Reds game

The Reds were buzzing Monday afternoon — no, really!

Reds release Matt Kemp, demote Scott Schebler

The Reds released three-time all-star Matt Kemp and optioned Scott Schebler to Triple-A Louisville on Saturday.

Two teenagers arrested for vandalizing Mr. Redlegs bench, field at Reds Youth Academy

Cincinnati police circulated a surveillance picture of the suspects on Friday

Reds call up Nick Senzel for MLB debut

The Reds have been grooming Senzel to play center field since spring training.

Bell, Winker ejected in Reds 1-0 loss to the Mets

The Reds bullpen didn’t allow a single hit over three innings of work.

  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.

Reds drop series finale in San Diego

The Padres scored four times off Tyler Mahle in the deciding third inning as San Diego stopped the Reds three-game winning streak.

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

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

Yes, the Puig photo from the Reds/Pirates brawl has been made into a T-shirt

It’s the most talked-about moment of the Reds’ season so far, and now -- you can wear it.

Wild Puig in middle of bench-clearing fray, Pirates top Reds

A charged-up Yasiel Puig barreled into a bunch of Pirates during a bench-clearing fracas and was among five ejections in Pittsburgh's 7-5 victory over the Cincinnati Reds.

The Reds just set a new low attendance record at GABP

The previous GABP low was 9,087 in 2009.

Reds postpone game vs. Pirates due to rain; May doubleheader planned

The game will be made up as a doubleheader on May 27.

Kids Opening Day party moved inside GABP because of rainy forecast

Standard ballpark entry policies apply.

Johnny Bench Award expanded to honor top high school and college baseball and softball catchers

The Cincinnati Reds and Johnny Bench, along with the Reds Community Fund, announced Friday that the Johnny Bench Award will be expanded in 2019 and permanently relocated to the Reds Hall of Fame & Museum at Great American Ball Park

New-look Reds rally for 5-3 win over Pirates on Dietrich HR

Derek Dietrich's three-run homer in the bottom of the seventh inning rallied the new-look Reds to a 5-3 victory over the Pittsburgh Pirates, an encouraging start for a Cincinnati team looking to escape last place

WATCH: 100th Findlay Market Opening Day Parade

The Reds celebrate their 150th season alongside Major League Baseball. Not only do the Reds themselves have a big anniversary, but it’s also the 100th Findlay Market Opening Day Parade.

  Opening statement: Reds look to make 150th season memorable by winning

Maybe it’s the magic of 150. Maybe it’s the just the Reds’ time.

  Other than a stray light sprinkle, it’s all systems go for Opening Day

All systems are go for the Findlay Market Parade and for the Reds opener against Pittsburgh.

Play ball: Your guide to Reds Opening Day weekend

It’s time to grab your ball and glove and head on over to Great American Ball Park.

Get your Opening Day food deals!

Even if you aren’t going to the ballpark for Opening Day, you can still catch some special deals at area restaurants

Reds announce Opening Day lineup

Righty Luis Castillo will take the mound for the Reds on Thursday at 4:10 p.m.

1, 2, 3 strikes you’re out: Reds 150th Opening Day by the numbers

Take me out to the ball game -- come on, you know the song!

Road closures, parking tips for the 100th Findlay Market Opening Day Parade

The annual Findlay Market Opening Day Parade will kick off another season of Cincinnati Reds baseball this year on Thursday, bringing with it dozens of road closures.

Scooter Gennett to miss 8-12 weeks with groin injury

Reds All-Star second baseman Scooter Gennett will miss a significant portion of the season with a groin injury.

  No peanuts and Cracker Jacks here: Reds show off Opening Day food

Batter up -- we’re taking you out to the ballgame, but there will be no peanuts and crackerjacks here.

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.

Cincinnati’s Puig to send lucky fan to AZ for spring training

Can you picture hitting the driving range with Yasiel Puig? How about walking around spring training with him?

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.

Baseball great Tom Seaver has dementia, will retire from public life

The family of the 74-year-old made the announcement Thursday through the Baseball Hall of Fame.

MLB Commissioner Rob Manfred named 100th Findlay Market Opening Day Parade grand marshal

Opening Day will be March 28

  ‘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.