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The Cueto Quandary

After Wednesday afternoon’s eight-inning gem against the Minnesota Twins, Cincinnati Reds’ right-hander Johnny Cueto is the proud owner of a dazzling 2.54 ERA and a 0.92 WHIP over 15 starts and 104.2 innings. 786 more words

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Reds sign Cristian Olivo

The Reds signed free agent outfielder Cristian Olivo on the very first day of the international signing period. Olivo is a 16-year old left-handed batter from the Dominican Republic. 316 more words

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Cueto leads Reds past Twins 2-1

CINCINNATI (AP) — Johnny Cueto made his best start yet since returning from a sore elbow, allowing four hits in eight innings, and the Cincinnati Reds beat the Minnesota Twins 2-1 on Wednesday to take their interleague series. 440 more words


Newport Aquarium announces All-Star roster

NEWPORT, Ky. — Thousands of baseball fans are expected to flock to Cincinnati this July for the 2015 Major League Baseball All-Star Game.

This year’s Midsummer Classic will be played on July 14, 2015, at… 772 more words

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Cueto pitches a gem....Reds take 2 of 3 from the Twins

Johnny Cueto pitched eight brilliant innings for the Reds, allowing just one lone run. Cueto struck out eight Twins batters, while walking only one. Aroldis Chapman pitched a perfect ninth, but was aided by a nice diving catch by Billy Hamilton to end the game ( 407 more words

Titanic Struggle Recap

David Price talks All-Star game, @DatDudeBP, and more with Jim Rome

Detroit Tigers ace David Price defended his tweet about having one of three pitchers, Tampa Bay’s Chris Archer, Oakland’s Sonny Gray or Houston’s Dallas Keuchel starting the All-Star game in Cincinnati on July 14th. 330 more words

The Month in Review (June): Don't Fear the Reaper

Here we are — entering, quite possibly, the last month you’ll see this Cincinnati Reds team as we know it. Depending on how things go in the next few weeks, we’ll either see some of the Reds’ biggest players traded away, or the team will hover just below .500 long enough for the front office to foolishly believe that they should hold onto everyone for the pennant run that nobody but the front office believes can happen. 603 more words

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