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2016 Schedule
40-61, 5th in NL Cent
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Bruce's value increasing with each homer

With the trade deadline days away, Jay Bruce has homered in five straight games. If you don't think front offices are influenced by a well-timed hot streak, think again, David Schoenfield writes. Five things we learned Wednesday

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Bruce homers way into Reds' record book

Jay Bruce has gone deep in five consecutive games, which ties Cincinnati's franchise record, ESPN Stats & Info notes. This year marks his sixth season with at least 25 HR, tying him for fourth-most in franchise history behind Frank Robinson (9), Johnny Bench (8) and Adam Dunn (7).

Jerry Crasnick ESPN Senior Writer 

The Seattle Mariners are among the teams that have expressed interest in Cincinnati's Jay Bruce, who is likely to be on the move by Monday's trade deadline. Seattle has received middling production from Seth Smith, Nori Aoki and Franklin Gutierrez at the corner outfield spots this season, and Bruce would provide a major upgrade in 2017. He has a $13 million club option next season.

Jay Bruce smacks go-ahead home run (0:18)

David Schoenfield ESPN Senior Writer 

Jay Bruce continues to hit home runs and his trade value continues to go up. His 25th home run proved to be the winning run in the Reds' 2-1 win over the slumping Giants. Bruce has always had a big home/road split, but he's hitting everywhere right now, which should make him an attractive option to the Dodgers, Mariners, Giants or Indians.

Lineup: Reds (39-61) at Giants (59-41)

  • 1. Billy Hamilton, CF (S)
  • 2. Zack Cozart, SS (R)
  • 3. Joey Votto, 1B (L)
  • 4. Jay Bruce, RF (L)
  • 5. Adam Duvall, LF (R)
  • 6. Brandon Phillips, 2B (R)
  • 7. Eugenio Suarez, 3B (R)
  • 8. Tucker Barnhart, C (S)
  • 9. Dan Straily, RHP
  • Daily notes

Stats & Info

Duvall leaves mark in return to S.F.

Playing against the team that drafted him in the Giants, Adam Duvall launched two long homers on Tuesday. His second blast traveled 447 feet, a new season-long at AT&T Park, per ESPN's Home Run Tracker.

Stats & Info

Tuesday's longest home runs

For the second straight day, Padres rookie Alex Dickerson paced the competition, this time launching a 467-foot blast at Rogers Centre. Meanwhile, Joey Gallo made his presence in the majors known with a 450-foot homer vs. the A's.

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Small chance Reds trade Joey Votto

Votto is included here because his contract makes him difficult to trade, but none of the other Reds veterans should be untouchable, David Schoenfield writes. Untouchable players for all 30 teams

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Jay Bruce makes mark in Reds history

Against the Giants on Monday, Bruce enjoyed his 20th career multi-HR game. That passes George Foster and Johnny Bench for fourth-most in Reds history, ESPN Stats & Info notes.

Stats & Info

Jay Bruce tees off on Jake Peavy

Bruce took Peavy deep twice on Monday to lead the Reds to a 7-5 win over the Giants. His second blast traveled nearly 50 feet farther than his first, per ESPN's Home Run Tracker.

Stats & Info

Monday's longest home runs

Padres rookie Alex Dickerson led the way on Monday with a 452-foot blast that extended San Diego's streak of consecutive games with a home run to 23. Two Brewers also went deep, while Adrian Beltre's long ball sent the Rangers home happy.

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Reds remain 29th in ESPN rankings

Though stuck in the same position, Cincinnati is on a 6-3 run since the All-Star break. Speaking of run, Billy Hamilton is at the center of the Reds' recent uptick. Week 16 Power Rankings

Rough season continues for Reds

The Reds suffered their 60th loss of the season on Sunday. It's only the sixth time Cincinnati reached 60 losses in 98 or fewer games in the 127-year history of the franchise, the Elias Sports Bureau notes.

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Jay Bruce has enhanced trade value

The 29-year-old outfielder could set a career high for home runs this season. If the Reds take advantage of the market for Bruce, Jim Bowden sees the Dodgers as the most likely trade partners. Top trade targets/best fits (Insider)

Jim Caple ESPN Senior Writer 

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Diamondbacks hit 4 homers, hold off Reds 9-8

Paul Goldschmidt's solo home run in the fifth inning gave Arizona the lead for good, and the Diamondbacks finished with four homers in holding off the Cincinnati Reds 9-8 on Sunday.

Team Stats

  • Batting
  • Pitching
Batting Average.24225th
On Base Percentage.30328th
Slugging Percentage.40222nd
Earned Run Average5.2730th
Quality Starts40Tied-26th

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