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On Sunday night, Reds catcher Ryan Hanigan was on the receiving end of all 91 pitches of Bronson Arroyo's finest October outing among a dozen he has pitched, this one a dominating seven-inning start that put the Reds on the road to a commanding 2-0 lead…
Share TweetRyan Vogelsong, who at 35 had the best season of his career, will most likely start when the series shifts to Cincinnati on Tuesday.
Baker has high praise for dependable LeCureUpdated Oct 7, 2012 Share TweetBefore Mat Latos came up big in emergency relief for the Reds in their 5-2 Game 1 win in the National League Division Series on Saturday night, reliever Sam LeCure also delivered in a time of crisis.
Facing Chapman was 'fun' for PandaUpdated Oct 7, 2012 Share TweetPablo Sandoval offered a one-word answer Sunday when he was asked what it was like to face Reds closer Aroldis Chapman in the ninth inning of Game 1 of the National League Division Series.Share TweetReds pitcher Johnny Cueto returned to Cincinnati on Sunday, one day after his start was cut short by back spasms eight pitches into facing the Giants during the opener of the National League Division Series.
Twitter Lets Bud Selig Know That The Teams With Better Records Are Getting ScrewedUpdated Oct 7, 2012 Share TweetSI's Jay Jaffe had it pretty much pegged in August: the MLB's Division Series format this year makes just about no sense, and as a result, we're seeing teams with superior records (and more exciting stories, like the upstart A's) wading into unfriendly …Source: deadspin.com
Cincinnati’s Cup: Team created trophy provides motivation for RedsUpdated Oct 7, 2012 Share TweetKeeping focused and staying motivated for 162 games can be a very challenging task for even the best of major league teams. That wasn't a problem for the Cincinnati Reds during their division championship season in 2012, however, or at least it wasn't a…
Division Series Yak-Athon: Your MLB Playoffs Open ThreadUpdated Oct 7, 2012 Share TweetAll day October baseball! At 12:07, the A's-who took a punch from the Tigers in chilly Detroit last night-have a chance to even the series. At 3:07, the Nationals get their first look at the postseason since the franchise was-holy shit, since 1981?Source: deadspin.com
Ryan Ludwick makes acrobatic catches in left fieldUpdated Oct 7, 2012 Share TweetIt might not have been a textbook performance (particularly his twirling second catch), but outfielder Ryan Ludwick of the Cincinnati Reds put on an entertaining show in the sixth and seventh innings Saturday night. Ludwick, whose offensive revival this…
MLB Notebook: Phillips leads Reds in Game 1Updated Oct 7, 2012 Share TweetIn the Reds' 5-2 win over the Giants on Saturday, Cincinnati second baseman Brandon Phillips became the first leadoff hitter with three hits and three RBIs in a postseason Game 1.
NLDS Game 1: Mat Latos rescues Reds in 5-2 win over GiantsUpdated Oct 7, 2012 Share TweetScore and situation: The Cincinnati Reds jumped out to a 1-0 series lead with a resilient 5-2 victory over the San Francisco Giants at AT&T Park. Leading lads: With Johnny Cueto lost early to back spasms, scheduled Game 3 starter Mat Latos volunteer…
NLDS RecapOct 7Gio Gonzalez and Bronso Arroyo's performances on the mound key to the National League games Sunday.
Baseball Tonight SpotlightOct 7Reds take commanding 2-0 series lead behind seven scoreless innings from Bronson Arroyo.
Don Banks: Broncos were prepared mentally, but not physically, for Patriot…Oct 7FOXBORO, Mass. -- After another loss to New England was in the books -- their third in the span of 10 games, including last season's playoffs -- Champ Bailey and the rest of his Broncos teammates found the repetition of it all a little wearing.
Don Banks: No shortage of heroes in Colts' inspiring tribute win; more Sna…Oct 7FOXBORO, Mass. -- Musings, observations and the occasional insight as we take stock of an offensively sloppy but memorable Week 5 in the NFL....