• My Scores
  • MLB
  • NBA
  • NHL
  • Golf

Cincinnati Reds

Stadium: Great American Ball Park | Manager: Bryan Price
NL Central5th5th4th3rd
National League 11th12th8th8th

Last Game

Thu, March 26
Cincinnati Reds
Cleveland Indians



Mon Mar 16
W 10 - 4SF
Tue Mar 17
W 4 - 0at CLE
Wed Mar 18
L 9 - 4CHW
Thu Mar 19
Fri Mar 20
W 6 - 5at SF
Sat Mar 21
L 8 - 1at OAK
Sun Mar 22
W 4 - 3OAK
Mon Mar 23
6 - 6at TEX
Wed Mar 25
W 5 - 0TEX
Thu Mar 26
W 13 - 2at CLE
10:05 pm EDT
4:05 pm EDT
Sat Mar 28
3:10 pm EDT
Sun Mar 29
at LAA
4:05 pm EDT
Mon Mar 30
4:05 pm EDT
Tue Mar 31
at MIL
4:05 pm EDT
Wed Apr 1
3:05 pm EDT
Thu Apr 2
7:07 pm EDT
Fri Apr 3
at TOR
1:07 pm EDT
Sat Apr 4
at TOR
4:10 pm EDT
Mon Apr 6


St. Louis6-510-8
Reds' Michael Lorenzen tosses three one-run innings Thursday
by R.J. White | CBSSports.com

Reds pitching prospect Michael Lorenzen surrendered one earned run on four hits in three innings in Thursday's 13-2 win over the Indians.

"It went good," Lorenzen said after the outing, per MLB.com. "My fastball command was good. The tempo was good. That was the most important thing for me -- tempo and fastball command. I was able to go out there and accomplish my goal for the day."

Lorenzen came into Thursday's start having allowed no hits and six walks in two innings in his previous appearance. He threw 45 pitches in Thursday's game and another 20 in the bullpen to reach his pitch-count target.

"I worked on some breaking balls," Lorenzen said. "I gave up some two-strike hits with my breaking ball. I didn't finish them. They were a lot better in the bullpen with a couple of adjustments that I made."

The Reds are looking at Lorenzen for a long-relief role but could use him as a starter at some point this season.

"That gives him a chance to get to 80-85 [pitches] in his next outing, which to me, means he's ready to start," manager Bryan Price said before the game. "You can safely say he could throw 90-95 pitches in his first start of the season."

Share: Twitter Facebook
Astros trade IF Dan Johnson to Reds
by Sean d'Oliveira | CBSSports.com

The Reds acquired infielder Dan Johnson from the Astros on Thursday, the teams announced.

In exchange for Johnson, the Astros will receive a player to be named later or cash considerations.

Johnson said he would welcomed the trade if it meant more playing time, reports the Houston Chronicle.

"I mean if the opportunity wasn't going to be here, then I'm probably thankful for it," Johnson said.

Share: Twitter Facebook
Reds SP Johnny Cueto back in camp, still on track for opener
by Michael Hurcomb | CBSSports.com

Reds starting pitcher Johnny Cueto was back in camp and resumed workouts Thursday, per the Cincinnati Enquirer. Cueto was away from the team for a week while he returned to the Dominican Republic for a family medical situation.

Reds manager Bryan Price is not expecting Cueto's absence to keep the right-hander from starting Opening Day.

"We'll get a look at him today and hopefully he'll pitch here in the next couple of days," Price said. 

Share: Twitter Facebook
Phillies acquire shortstop Devin Lohman from Reds
by Sean d'Oliveira | CBSSports.com

The Phillies traded for Reds shortstop Devin Lohman on Thursday, the team announced.

In exchange for Lohman, the Reds will receive a player to be named later or cash considerations. Lohman will report to minor-league camp.

Share: Twitter Facebook
Reds' Price impressed with play of Ivan DeJesus Jr.
by Michael Hurcomb | CBSSports.com

Reds manager Bryan Price said he has been impressed with the all-around play of infielder Ivan DeJesus Jr., who is looking to secure a spot on the team's bench.

"He's probably in our top 3-4 as far as just so far this spring putting the barrel on the ball consistently, moving runners, getting a bunt down," Price said, per MLB.com. "His situational offense, defense and his baserunning, to me, have suggested he's a good, instinctive player. He not only understands how to play the game but can execute in all of those situations -- offensively, defensively and on the bases. He has impressed me greatly in his time with us. Playing first base is just one of those things that in an emergency if we need him.

"I couldn't be happier for the type of camp he's had. If he makes our club or doesn't make our club, it will make me really happy to have him in our system if he's not on our club."

Share: Twitter Facebook
CBSSports Facebook Google Plus
Conversation powered by Livefyre
2014 Team Leaders
AVGTodd Frazier , 3B.273
HRTodd Frazier , 3B29
RBITodd Frazier , 3B80
OBPTodd Frazier , 3B.336
SLGTodd Frazier , 3B.459
RTodd Frazier , 3B88
SBBilly Hamilton , CF56
WJohnny Cueto , SP20
ERAJohnny Cueto , SP2.25
WHIPJohnny Cueto , SP0.96
KJohnny Cueto , SP242
SVAroldis Chapman , RP36
Latest Reds Video

More Reds

Fantasy Games