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2016 Schedule
29-50, 5th in NL Cent
Hamilton injured, exits early as Cubs sweep Reds (0:57)
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4hJesse Rogers

Hamilton injured on Rizzo's inside-the-park HR

The Reds' Adam Duvall and Billy Hamilton both called for the ball and neither got it, leaving Hamilton injured and setting up an inside-the-park home run by the Cubs' Anthony Rizzo.

Hamilton injury allows Rizzo to hit inside-the-park HR (1:09)

Lineup: Reds (29-49) vs. Cubs (50-26)

  • 1. Billy Hamilton, CF (S)
  • 2. Joey Votto, 1B (L)
  • 3. Brandon Phillips, 2B (R)
  • 4. Jay Bruce, RF (L)
  • 5. Adam Duvall, LF (R)
  • 6. Eugenio Suarez, 3B (R)
  • 7. Jose Peraza, SS (R)
  • 8. Tucker Barnhart, C (S)
  • 9. Cody Reed, LHP
  • Daily notes

Cubs beat Reds in 15 (1:47)
Rizzo doesn't let the tarp get in the way of making the catch (0:26)

Garrett to rep Reds at Futures Game

Left-hander Amir Garrett will play for the United States team at this summer's All-Star Futures Game in San Diego. The 24-year-old ranked fourth among Keith Law's top Reds prospects this offseason.

Bryant's historic game leads Cubs past Reds (1:06)

Déjà Boom?

The Cubs' Kris Bryant's 16 total bases are the most by a Cubs player in the last 100 seasons. Chicago leads Cincinnati 10-7 in the bottom of the 8th. Follow live

Reds stay at No. 28 in rankings

They were able to squeak out a win against the Padres over the weekend, but things continue to look bleak for the Reds. Power Rankings

No All-Star starters for Reds?

In the NL's final ballot update, Zack Cozart (No. 5 shortstop) remains the only Red among the top vote-getters at his position, and he's over one million votes removed from a starting spot. Voting ends June 30.

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Bruce, Duvall could be left behind

Mets manager Terry Collins could take both Jay Bruce and Adam Duvall for his All-Star roster. But as members of the struggling Reds, the two players could be left behind despite their strong stat lines. Olney: Potential All-Star snubs (Insider)

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Jay Bruce’s trade value continues to rise

Bruce is now hitting .279/.328/.581 after tallying his 17th home run. He's making $12.5 million this year, and with those batting numbers, a $13 million team option for 2017 suddenly looks pretty good again. The Reds should cash in now, David Schoenfield writes. Five things we learned Sunday

DeSclafani comes through at the plate

Anthony DeSclafani's bases-loaded single in the third inning of Sunday's game snapped a hitless streak of 48 at-bats by Reds pitchers. That was the team's longest such drought since an 0-for-55 slump in 1971, the Elias Sports Bureau reports.

Team Stats

  • Batting
  • Pitching
Batting Average.23727th
On Base Percentage.29629th
Slugging Percentage.40219th
Earned Run Average5.4230th
Quality Starts0Tied-25th

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