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64-98, 5th in NL Cent

How do the Reds fix their bullpen?

The free-agent market is always an option, but the Reds didn't do so well with that last offseason. See why the farm system might provide a better solution. MLB rumors roundup

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Don't overlook Joey Votto

It's easy to do so, since he's on the last-place Reds and recorded few RBIs while hitting behind Billy Hamilton. Neither of those are his fault. See why he's worth an early fantasy draft pick. Early top 25 in 2016 (Insider)

Reds drop in Power Rankings

Cincinnati fell a spot in our rankings after losing 14 of its last 15 games. Is the team No. 30 to end the year? Find out here

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Hank Aaron Award finalists: NL Central

The Hank Aaron Award is given annually to a player recognized as the most outstanding offensive performer in his league. Here are the nominees for each NL Central team:

  • Chicago Cubs: Anthony Rizzo
  • Cincinnati Reds: Joey Votto
  • Milwaukee Brewers: Ryan Braun
  • Pittsburgh Pirates: Andrew McCutchen
  • St. Louis Cardinals: Matt Carpenter

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5dDavid Sabino

Reds finally get the 'last' word

It nearly went unnoticed, but by clinching last place on Wednesday, the Reds ceded their spot among pro teams that avoided the basement the longest.

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Reds' Chapman threw 62 fastest pitches of '15

Cincinnati reliever Aroldis Chapman threw the 62 fastest pitches in the big leagues this season, according to Major League Baseball's new Statcast computer system.


Pirates to host NL wild-card game

Pedro Alvarez homered in Pittsburgh's shutout victory over Cincinnati, giving the Pirates home-field advantage in Wednesday's NL wild-card game against the Cubs. Box score

DeSclafani 2015's biggest surprise?

The right-hander's stuff isn't great, but consistency is key when you're a rookie. See why Anthony DeSclafani has arguably been the most reliable piece on the Reds' roster this season. Rookie surprises, disappointments (Insider)


Joey Votto ties Reds record

Votto singled in the third inning Friday night against the Pirates to reach base in his 48th consecutive game, matching Pete Rose's mark that he set in 1978, the same run that included Rose's 44-game hitting streak.

Bucs put together 3-run sixth to tie Reds

Michael Morse's RBI walk, and RBIs from Pedro Alvarez and Jordy Mercer tied the Pirates up with the Reds 4-4. Pittsburgh is looking to maintain the two-game lead for home-field advantage for the NL wild-card game vs. the Cubs on Wednesday. Follow live

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Reds have no one to look down on

Before this week, 121 of the 122 current major pro franchises had finished alone in last place at least once since 1984. Now it’s 122 of 122. Sorry, Cincinnati


Jackson homer leads Cubs to 5-3 win over Reds

Austin Jackson hit a three-run homer, Anthony Rizzo added an RBI double and the Chicago Cubs kept alive their slim hopes for home-field advantage in the wild-card game with a 5-3 victory over the

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Reds "earn" rare recognition

David Schoenfield and Co. just couldn't ignore the recent accomplishments of the reeling Reds. Their 11-game losing streak has them threatening the Phillies for the worst record in the majors. Wednesday's Top 5

Castro play so good, Pena not even mad

Cubs 2B Starlin Castro laid out for a grounder and threw out Reds C Brayan Pena, who was so impressed with the play, he just gave Castro a round of applause.


Jackson drives in 5; Cubs beat Reds 10-3

Austin Jackson drove in a career-high five runs and Jon Lester set a Chicago season record for strikeouts by a left-handed pitcher, leading the playoff-bound Cubs to a 10-3 victory over the Reds.

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Who's royally bad in September?

Well, the Royals, for one. You know it's bad when you're lumped in with the A's, Phillies and Reds, who are the worst teams in their respective divisions. The A's, in fact, are below .300 in September.


Anthony Rizzo joins 30-30 club

After getting hit by Reds starter Josh Smith in the first inning of Tuesday's win, the Cubs 1B now has 30 HRs and 30 HBP on the season, joining Don Baylor (1986) as the only players to reach those marks.

Reds drop in Power Rankings

Cincinnati starts its final six games of the season with a three-game series at home against the Cubs. See where the Reds ended up in our final-week rankings: Power Rankings

Team Stats

  • Batting
  • Pitching
Batting Average.24825th
On Base Percentage.31219th
Slugging Percentage.39424th
Earned Run Average4.3326th
Quality Starts68Tied-26th

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