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9/24/2016 | Votto maintains hot hitting at Miller Park

Joey Votto could not explain why Miller Park has become a hitting home away from home and didn't seem to be all that concerned that he has routinely tormented the Brewers.

9/24/2016 | Braun ready for possible final home game with Crew

Brewers manager Craig Counsell said "there's a good shot" Ryan Braun will be in the Milwaukee starting lineup for the team's home finale against the Reds on Sunday. Could it be Braun's final game in a Brewers uniform at Miller Park?

9/24/2016 | Straily, Votto's HR lead Reds past Brewers

Dan Straily has been the Reds' best starter all season long, and he pitched to form against the Brewers on Saturday night.

9/24/2016 | Cingrani's struggles vs. first batter continue

It's paramount for relievers to enter games throwing strikes, but that's been elusive more often than not for Reds left-hander Tony Cingrani, especially as of late.

9/23/2016 | Jungmann set for first start in bigs since April

When the Brewers and Reds meet again Saturday in the second game of their three-game series on Saturday, Taylor Jungmann will be pursuing his first victory of the season for the Brewers while Cincinnati's Dan Straily chases win No. 14.

9/23/2016 | Carter starts Brewers' second triple play of '16

For the second time this season, the Brewers helped starter Zach Davies out of a jam by turning three.

9/23/2016 | Finnegan's '16 likely to end Sunday vs. Crew

It appears that Brandon Finnegan's 31st and final start of 2016 will come Sunday vs. the Brewers, but his assignment in that game still leaves a question of whether Homer Bailey will return before the season ends.

9/23/2016 | Phillips' Reds future uncertain in offseason

Much of this non-contending season for the Reds season focused on the rebuild for the future. With 2017 being the final year of his six-year contract with Cincinnati, it's unlikely that second baseman Brandon Phillips will still be around experience the completion of the project.

9/22/2016 | Inbox: Phillips likely to be with Reds in 2017?

What does the future hold for Brandon Phillips and Zack Cozart? Should the Reds look for a more experienced closer? Beat reporter Mark Sheldon answers those questions and more in the Inbox.

9/22/2016 | International signees, 2016 draftees headline Reds' crop at instructs

Jonathan Mayo reports on the Reds' instructional league, which features a pair of big international signings, 2016 draftees and more.

9/21/2016 | Reds short on starting pitchers down stretch

Down the stretch last season, the Reds limped to the finish in part because they had to play a Major League record 64 straight games with a rookie starting pitcher to end the year. The end of this season won't be close to that unenviable situation, but manager Bryan Price is still in a surprising position for September of having to fill more spots than he currently has available starters.

9/21/2016 | Hamilton, Cozart likely to miss rest of 2016

Reds center fielder Billy Hamilton and shortstop Zack Cozart have not been in Chicago this week as they rehab from their injuries. In all likelihood, their seasons are finished, but the book hasn't formally been closed.

9/21/2016 | Votto chasing hitting history as Reds face Brewers

When the Brewers and Reds meet for the final time in 2016, beginning with Friday's opener of a three-game series, Joey Votto will be continuing to close towards a feat no Major Leaguer has achieved since Ichiro Suzuki in 2004 -- hit .400 after the All-Star break.

9/21/2016 | Cubs win 97th, inch closer to NL's No. 1 seed

Led by Miguel Montero's three hits and three RBIs, a three-game series sweep came without much difficulty as the Cubs claimed their 97th victory -- 9-2 over the Reds on Wednesday night at Wrigley Field.

9/21/2016 | Lackey looks to lock down sweep vs. Reds

The Reds have John Lackey's number this season, but the veteran Cubs right-hander will get a chance to fix that in the series finale Wednesday night at Wrigley Field with Chicago seeking a sweep.

9/20/2016 | Bailey making another start still a possibility

The original plan was to have Reds starter Homer Bailey throw his next bullpen session on Wednesday, but those plans were changed, and not because Bailey's right biceps had a problem. It's been feeling good, so he moved up a day and threw from the Wrigley Field visitors' bullpen on Tuesday.

9/20/2016 | Reds set season record for homers allowed

When the Reds' pitching staff broke the single-season record for home runs allowed Monday, it fittingly happened against the team that has stung them the most this season with the long ball.

9/20/2016 | Cy Young candidate Lester takes on Reds

Jon Lester gets another chance to bolster his bid for the National League Cy Young Award when he takes the mound Tuesday against the Reds at Wrigley Field. The left-hander, who has won eight straight decisions, will reach at least 30 starts for the ninth consecutive season.

9/19/2016 | Cubs battle back with power surge vs. Reds

As the Cubs spend the next two weeks preparing themselves for the postseason, the National League Central champions were given a chance to inch closer to their 100th win against a Reds team they've had their way with most of this season. By erupting for three runs in the seventh and two more in the eighth, Chicago emerged with the 5-2 victory at Wrigley Field on Monday night.

9/19/2016 | Reliever Smith to make spot start for Reds

Because of injuries, a doubleheader on Saturday and some short starts from the rotation recently, the Reds find themselves a little shorthanded for starting pitchers. For Tuesday's game, they are turning to the bullpen and reliever Josh Smith in a spot start vs. the Cubs and Jon Lester.

9/18/2016 | Reds overcome early deficit to cruise past Bucs

In their first two meetings this season, Ivan Nova baffled the Reds. Cincinnati figured him out Sunday afternoon at Great American Ball Park, forcing him out after three innings and cruising to a 7-4 win. Joey Votto had four hits and homered, Scott Schebler tacked on three hits and Tucker Barnhart drove in four runs as the Reds avoided a three-day, four-game sweep.

9/18/2016 | Magill proud of journey back to big league mound

To most, Matt Magill's uneventful one-inning appearance against the Pirates on Saturday didn't look like much. But for Magill, Saturday's return to a Major League mound was a huge milestone. Just over a year ago, it seemed like an improbable accomplishment.

9/18/2016 | Price hopes banged up Reds can return to field

For Reds manager Bryan Price, it would be easy to go ahead and shut down the likes of Billy Hamilton, Zack Cozart and Homer Bailey due to their lingering injuries. There's not much to gain.

9/18/2016 | Hammel looking to find form as Cubs host Reds

With the National League Central locked up, the Cubs continue their push to clinch the league's best record with a three-game series against the Reds starting Monday at Wrigley Field.

9/17/2016 | Reds 'fairly certain' Finnegan will get 1 more start

Coming into Saturday, there was a chance that Brandon Finnegan would be making his last start. The 30-start mark was one the Reds had pointed to earlier in the season as a potential shutdown marker, and Finnegan had shown the promise to give the Reds' confidence in his future going into the offseason -- in his previous five starts, he'd pitched 30 innings with a 1.80 ERA and 42 strikeouts.

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