Cueto, Scherzer face off Tuesday (1:16)
Reds edge Nationals (1:01)

Reds snap 3-game slide in opener

Eugenio Suarez's go-ahead solo shot in the eighth stood as the difference in the Reds' 3-2 win over the Nationals in D.C. Suarez finished 3-for-4 with 2 RBIs. Box score

Reds go ahead, then Nats tie it up

After Reds SS Eugenio Suarez hit a go-ahead RBI single in the top of the 6th, Nationals 3B Danny Espinosa evened it up again at 2-2 with a solo shot to right in the bottom half of the inning. Follow live

NL announces All-Star reserves and pitchers (2:19)

Score one for the Reds

After a brief weather delay in D.C., Anthony DeSclafani got the scoring started with an RBI-double to left field to give the Reds a 1-0 lead in the top of the second inning. Follow live

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Votto should join Frazier on NL All-Star

Joey Votto should join Reds teammate Todd Frazier on the NL All-Star roster. Votto leads Cincinnati with a .387 OBP. David Schoenfield

Best walk-off home runs so far in 2015 (1:50)
NL All-Star starters (0:54)
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Four Royals on ASG team, but Blue Jay tops all

The Kansas City Royals lead all teams with four All-Star starters, while Josh Donaldson of the Toronto Blue Jays and Bryce Harper of the Washington Nationals are top vote-getters.

NL All-Star infield starters

The top votegetters for the National League:

  • 1B Paul Goldschmidt, D'backs
  • 2B Dee Gordon, Marlins
  • SS Jhonny Peralta, Cardinals
  • 3B Todd Frazier, Reds
  • C Buster Posey, Giants
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Brewers roll to sixth straight win (0:52)

Jungmann shuts down Reds

Brewers rookie Taylor Jungmann continues to impress, allowing just 1 run over 8 innings in the 6-1 win over Cincinnati. Adam Lind homered and drove in 3, tying a team record of 9 straight games with an RBI as Milwaukee won its 8th straight. Box score

Jungmann perfect through 4

Brewers SP Taylor Jungmann has retired the first 12 Reds he's faced today, and he's getting some run support on RBI hits from Aramis Ramirez, Scooter Gennett and Adam Lind. Follow live


Brewers shell Reds' pitchers for victory

The game was tied 1-1 through 5, and then the wheels came off for Cincy. Milwaukee brought home 6 runners in the 6th, even scoring on a balk, as the Brewers now have a win streak of 7 after their 7-3 victory. Box score

Byrd adds RBI but Reds still trail

Marlon Byrd has been a one-man offense tonight. Unfortunately, he's basically the only offense the Reds have been able to muster. Byrd doubled to bring home Jay Bruce in the 6th, but Cincy still trails 7-3. Follow live

Wheels come off for Cincy in 5th

The Brewers plated 6 runs in the top of the 5th off of Ryan Mattheus -- scoring on four singles, a balk and a walk. After Cincinnati pitched through the lineup, Pedro Villarreal managed to close the inning Follow live

Byrd sends one bye, bye to the bleachers

Marlon Byrd sent a Jimmy Nelson sinker on a one-way trip to center field for his 14th HR of the season to give Cincy the early 1-0 lead through 2. Follow live


Final: Brewers 12, Reds 1

Mike Fiers scattered just 3 hits in 7 scoreless innings of work, and the Brewers gave him plenty of support in a 12-1 win over the Reds. The 12 runs tie Milwaukee's season high. Box score


Brewers hit double digits

Milwaukee has put 10 runs on the board tonight in Cincinnati. It's just the 7th time this season the Brewers have scored at least 10 runs, and they're 5-1 in the previous 6 games. They lead 10-0 heading to the bottom of the 8th. Follow live

2015 Team Stats

  • Batting
  • Pitching
Batting Average.24920th
On Base Percentage.31417th
Slugging Percentage.40211th
Earned Run Average4.0721st
Quality Starts4019th


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