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8/22/2014 | In Cincinnati, Selig addresses Rose issue

On the latest stop in his farewell tour of Major League ballparks before he retires as Commissioner in January, Bud Selig met with reporters in Cincinnati on Friday fully prepared for the line of questioning he received.


8/22/2014 | Reds to likely skip fifth starter due to off-day

Because of a scheduled off-day approaching on Monday, the Reds are likely going to skip the fifth-starter's spot the next time through the rotation. Right now, the plans are somewhat fluid.


8/22/2014 | Reds add prospect Corcino to bullpen as long man

Right-handed pitcher Daniel Corcino has long been viewed by the Reds as a promising prospect for the rotation. On Friday, Corcino was called up for the first time from Double-A Pensacola when left-hander David Holmberg was optioned to Triple-A Louisville.


8/22/2014 | Cincinnati UYA sets a new standard for program

MLB and the Reds on Friday opened the P&G Cincinnati MLB Urban Youth Academy, which will provide free year-round baseball and softball training and instruction, as well as educational and vocational programs, to 7- to 18-year-olds in the Greater Cincinnati area.


8/22/2014 | Chapman's return a bright spot for Reds

The only bit of good news to come from the Reds' 8-0 loss to the Braves on Thursday was the healthy return of closer Aroldis Chapman, who threw a perfect eighth inning.


8/21/2014 | Latos looking to turn things around for Reds

Braves starter Mike Minor hopes to continue his rebound effort opposite Mat Latos, who aims to halt the Reds' six-game losing streak on Friday night in Cincinnati.


8/21/2014 | Outfielder Schumaker pitches ninth to save 'pen

Skip Schumaker made his fourth career big league relief appearance. Thursday's outing lowered his career ERA to 4.50. He pitched twice for the Dodgers last season and once for the Cardinals in 2011.


8/21/2014 | Holmberg roughed up in short outing vs. Braves

David Holmberg, up from Triple-A Louisville, struggled mightily as the Reds were handed an 8-0 defeat by Atlanta to extend their losing streak to six games. Cincinnati has also dropped nine of its last 10 games and 11 of 13 while Atlanta has won six of seven.


8/21/2014 | Braves win challenge on catch in outfield

Braves manager Fredi Gonzalez successfully challenged a play on a shallow fly ball to left field in the top of the third inning of the Braves' series opener against the Reds on Thursday. The call was overturned and Heyward was ruled safe at first with a single.


8/21/2014 | Votto says he's eager to get back on field

Joey Votto made clear Thursday that he wished he could be back on the field to help a Reds team that has struggled greatly without him since the All-Star break.


8/21/2014 | Bailey doesn't know when he can resume throwing

Homer Bailey, who went on the disabled list Aug. 16, has yet to resume a throwing program. He recently underwent a platelet-rich plasma injection in an effort to speed his recovery.


8/21/2014 | Hoover, Contreras optioned to Triple-A

To fill the 25-man roster, the Reds recalled lefty pitcher David Holmberg from Louisville to start vs. the Braves on Thursday. Right-handed reliever Pedro Villarreal, who had one-game stints in the big leagues for the Reds in 2012 and 2013, was also called up.


8/21/2014 | Braves, Reds set to square off amid postseason hunt

Julio Teheran gets the call as the Braves open a four-game series against David Holmberg and the Reds on Thursday night at Great American Ball Park.


8/20/2014 | Cueto falters as Reds' skid reaches five

It was a Reds road trip that will be remembered for bullpen breakdowns, walk-off losses and even a postponement caused by a water-main break. Wednesday's conclusion brought something that hasn't happened often: a misstep by Johnny Cueto.


8/20/2014 | Chapman's ailing shoulder shows improvement

The sore left shoulder that has made Reds closer Aroldis Chapman unavailable since Sunday's four-walk debacle at Colorado has improved.


8/20/2014 | Price isn't worried about Mesoraco's workload

Reds catcher Devin Mesoraco is mired in the longest hitless stretch of his career at 0-for-20, and he hasn't homered since Aug. 10. Mesoraco is playing almost every day for the first time in his career at the Major League level, but manager Bryan Price didn't sense that he was wearing down.


8/20/2014 | Cards look to stay hot, deny Cueto's 16th victory

The Reds, having lost four in a row and falling back in the postseason hunt, turn to Johnny Cueto on Wednesday against the Cardinals. Cueto will seek an MLB-high 16th win, while St. Louis eyes its seventh win in eight games.


8/20/2014 | Hoover's tough year makes Reds infamy

Reds right-hander J.J. Hoover took his 10th loss on Tuesday night, tying the club record for losses among relievers with Harry Gumbert in 1947 and Tom Hume in 1980. Only Hoover has lost 10 straight.


8/19/2014 | Reds' bullpen struggles mount in fourth straight loss

For the fourth straight game, the Reds lost because of their opponent's final at-bat. J.J. Hoover hit Jon Jay with a pitch with the bases loaded to make it a walk-off loss in three of those four games -- albeit an uncanny one -- as the Cardinals took a 5-4 victory at Busch Stadium.


8/19/2014 | Negron's playing time cut by Phillips' return

Utility man Kristopher Negron has been one of the more productive hitters among the often offensively struggling Reds. But with Brandon Phillips back from the disabled list, playing time for Negron will come less often.


8/19/2014 | Holmberg coming back to start on Thursday

Reds manager Bryan Price confirmed Tuesday that left-hander David Holmberg will be recalled from Triple-A Louisville to start Thursday against the Braves.


8/19/2014 | Reds want Hamilton to pick his spots

The Reds think that fewer stolen-base attempts could make Billy Hamilton a more successful basestealer. It's just a matter of the young speedster learning to pick his spots.


8/19/2014 | Pena brings optimism to Reds clubhouse

Brayan Pena is proving his worth to a struggling Cincinnati squad behind the plate, at first base filling in for an injured Joey Votto, and in the clubhouse.


8/19/2014 | Simon looks to pick up Reds in St. Louis

The Reds will try to avoid falling even further out of the National League playoff picture when they send Alfredo Simon against John Lackey and the Cardinals on Tuesday night at Busch Stadium.


8/19/2014 | Chapman day to day with sore shoulder

One night after his worst performance of the season, the Reds did not have the services of closer Aroldis Chapman on Monday night vs. the Cardinals because of a sore left shoulder.




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