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  • Game roundup: Cueto, Reds blank Cardinals, 1-0

    The Sports Xchange EditorsNote: Final update: Adds Angels-Rangers Game roundup: Cueto, Reds blank Cardinals, 1-0 CINCINNATI -- Johnny Cueto outdueled the Cardinals' Lance Lynn, allowing just three hits through eight innings, to lift the Cincinnati...
  • Thursday's recap: Reds 7, Cubs 2

    Thursday's recap: Reds 7, Cubs 2
    The summary The Reds stomped the Cubs 7-2 Thursday as they took two out of three games in the series at Great American Ball Park. The Reds took advantage of starter Jake Arrieta (7-5, 2.88), who walked four batters in four innings and watched four...
  • Braves get blanked on 3 hits in loss to Reds

    CINCINNATI After stranding 13 runners on base in a 12-inning win Friday against the Reds, the Braves didn't mount a scoring threat against them until the seventh inning Saturday. And they failed to cash in that one. The Braves mustered just three hits...
  • Mets use power, pitching to edge Reds

    Mets use power, pitching to edge Reds CINCINNATI -- The Cincinnati Reds have the fewest errors of any team in major league baseball. The Reds committed two on Sunday afternoon, and the New York Mets made them pay for both. Anthony Recker and Curtis...
  • Wacha rusty in return as Cards fall to Reds

    Wacha rusty in return as Cards fall to Reds CINCINNATI -- St. Louis Cardinals manager Mike Matheny spoke prior to Tuesday night's game about how right hander Michael Wacha's return was a boost to the starting rotation and that he expects Wacha's command...
  • Shelby roars, drives Cardinals to a shutout of Reds

    CINCINNATI It took a two-run single to give him the lead he deserved and a late three-run homer to turn a taut game into a rout, but it wasn't like Shelby Miller needed much Monday night against Cincinnati. Continuing his late-season kick toward a...
  • Joe Strauss: Tony La Russa is a game-changer in the sport

    The National Baseball Hall of Fame asked that Tony La Russa do the incalculable condense a baseball life including 33 years as a major-league manager into a nine-minute speech. The Hall already has tried (and failed) the impossible by cramming La Russa's...
  • Cardinals rout Cueto, Reds to seal sweep

    Cardinals rout Cueto, Reds to seal sweep ST. LOUIS -- For most of 2014, the St. Louis Cardinals frustrated their fans with a lot of groundouts and not enough runs. If the past eight games are any indication, that trend is finally reversing. The...
  • Braves score early and often in 8-0 rout of Reds

    CINCINNATI After struggling against a good pitcher they were unfamiliar with Wednesday at Pittsburgh, the Braves on Thursday faced a Reds pitcher who had nothing in common with the Pirates' Gerrit Cole other than being the same age. David Holmberg...
  • J. Upton's 12th-inning homer gives Braves a 3-2 win over Reds

    CINCINNATI Three weeks ago Mike Minor was extremely frustrated and even dismayed, wondering what he could do to get his disappointing season turned around so he could help instead of hinder the Braves' playoff chances. On Friday night, he came without...
  • Cubs just can't seem to handle Reds

    Cubs just can't seem to handle Reds
    CINCINNATI — If and when the Cubs elbow themselves into contention in upcoming seasons, they might want to concentrate on at least breaking even with the National League Central-rival Reds. The Reds have beaten the Cubs 11 of 16 games this...