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7/21/2014 | Hamilton not worried about cold bat post-break

In the first three games out of the All-Star break, Billy Hamilton went 1-for-12 with a double, one steal, no walks and no runs scored. But the rookie shrugged it off, saying, "I still feel comfortable right now, and it's all good. I had a bad series."


7/21/2014 | Phillips' recovery takes big step forward

The lengthy recovery process for Brandon Phillips took a step forward on Monday. Phillips, who underwent surgery on July 11 to repair a torn ligament in his left thumb, began working out in Cincinnati.


7/20/2014 | Twelve teams to receive supplemental '15 Draft picks

Major League Baseball's version of the Draft lottery doesn't attract nearly as much attention as its NBA and NHL counterparts, mostly because baseball's top picks aren't determined randomly like they are in the other sports. But for 12 big league clubs, the Competitive Balance Lottery will provide them with a valuable extra selection in 2015.


7/20/2014 | Quick exit with high pitch count a rarity for Cueto

It's not often that Johnny Cueto will have a pitch count of 112 through five innings and come out of a game. But that's exactly what happened during his no-decision on Sunday, when the Reds were swept by the Yankees with a 3-2 defeat.


7/20/2014 | Chapman takes the loss after Yankees walk off

A routine popup to short right field landed between three players for an unlikely walk-off RBI single that handed the Reds a 3-2 loss and a three-game series sweep by the Yankees.


7/20/2014 | Latos looks to continue success vs. Brewers in opener

Mat Latos enters Monday's series opener 2-0 on the season against the Brewers. Milwaukee will counter with right-hander Wily Peralta as they try to snap a two-game skid at Miller Park.


7/20/2014 | Jocketty targeting a bat as Trade Deadline nears

The Reds' lineup is missing two of its best hitters, with Joey Votto and Brandon Phillips on the disabled list, and Jay Bruce has been enduring a subpar season at the plate. Therefore, as the July 31 non-waiver Trade Deadline quickly approaches, Walt Jocketty is looking to add offense.


7/20/2014 | Bailey confident he'll be ready for next start

Homer Bailey, whose recent start was cut short by a slightly strained right knee, feels as though he's all set to go for his next outing, on Tuesday.


7/20/2014 | Schumaker returns to action for Reds

Shortly before Sunday's series finale vs. the Yankees, the Reds activated Skip Schumaker from the seven-day concussion disabled list. To make room on the roster, first baseman Neftali Soto was optioned to Triple-A Louisville.


7/19/2014 | Kuroda looks to lead Yankees to sweep of Reds

Hiroki Kuroda, the only starter remaining from the Yankees' injury-riddled Opening Day rotation, gets the ball Sunday looking to lead the Yankees to a sweep of the Reds, who counter with ace right-hander Johnny Cueto.


7/19/2014 | Reds fall to Yanks, off to slow start in second half

While the Reds were on quite a roll at the end of the first half, myriad injuries made the four days off at the All-Star break extremely welcomed. Two games into the second half vs. the Yankees and one wonders if momentum was interrupted. A 7-1 loss to the Yankees on Saturday made the Reds 0-2 in the second half and assured a losing three-game series -- only their second series loss in the last 12.


7/19/2014 | Jocketty, Frazier present Jeter gift from Reds

Since retiring Yankees shortstop Derek Jeter's farewell tour doesn't include a stop in Cincinnati, the Reds brought some gifts to pay their respects on Saturday at Yankee Stadium.


7/19/2014 | Schumaker passes concussion test, awaits clearance

Reds outfielder/second baseman Skip Schumaker took another try at the concussion test on Saturday morning. This time, he passed. Now, the Reds and Schumaker have to wait for a green light from Major League Baseball and the Players Association before he can be activated from the seven-day concussion disabled list.


7/19/2014 | Price finds opportunity to get Lutz into lineup

Cracking the Reds' starting lineup has been a challenge for first baseman/outfielder Donald Lutz. It's also been difficult for manager Bryan Price to find a way to write Lutz's name on the card. With Cincinnati playing the Yankees in an American League park, Lutz was the designated hitter on Saturday.


7/19/2014 | Simon faces McCarthy after Reds honor Jeter

It was in Cincinnati on June 3, 2003, that Derek Jeter was named the Yankees' 11th team captain. Just over 11 years later, the Reds will present a gift to Jeter prior to their game against the Yankees on Saturday afternoon at Yankee Stadium to honor his career as he plays in his final season. Cincinnati right-hander Alfredo Simon matches up against Yanks righty Brandon McCarthy.


7/18/2014 | Pena's two homers not enough against Yanks

The Reds seemed to spend the week prior to the All-Star break weaving some stunning comebacks and never feeling out of a game when trailing. On Friday night, as they returned to action vs. the Yankees, the series opener was never far from their grasp, but the big rally remained on hiatus during a 4-3 Reds loss despite two homers from Brayan Pena.


7/18/2014 | Reds not too concerned with Chapman's hamstring

The right hamstring of Reds closer Aroldis Chapman was clearly bothering him at the All-Star Game on Tuesday. However, it was not enough of an issue that the club was re-thinking the left-hander's availability vs. the Yankees as the second half began.


7/18/2014 | Schumaker still experiencing concussion symptoms

Reds outfielder/second baseman Skip Schumaker was eligible for activation from the seven-day concussion disabled list on Friday, but he was not yet cleared to play. Schumaker did not pass the required tests on Thursday and is still experiencing symptoms.


7/18/2014 | Latos, Bailey expected to make next starts

Two Reds pitchers -- Mat Latos and Homer Bailey -- are expected to make their next starts as scheduled after leaving their previous outings before the All-Star break with injuries.


7/18/2014 | Reds have top 18 Draft picks locked up

The deadline to sign selections from the 2014 First-Year Player Draft was 5 p.m. ET on Friday. The Reds -- who already signed 27 of their 41 picks, including first-rounders Nick Howard and Alex Blandino -- made no last-minute additions and had all of their first 18 selections in the fold.


7/17/2014 | Pipeline Perspectives: Winker a future All-Star

The number of Futures Game alumni who have gone on to play in a Major League All-Star Game is well over 100. Reds prospect Jesse Winker will be the first of this year's representatives -- among those not named Kris Bryant -- to play his way into the Midsummer Classic.


7/16/2014 | Reds pause furious chase for much-needed rest

Even for a team that's been on a roll like the Reds, the All-Star break could not have come soon enough. This is a team in need of rest, mainly to heal and regroup after an injury-filled first half saw even more key players go down in recent days.


7/16/2014 | Chapman tweaks hamstring, says he'll be fine

Reds closer Aroldis Chapman came up limping with a sore right hamstring after he covered first base on a groundout to end the bottom of the eighth inning in the National League's 5-3 loss to the American League. As for his status when the second half begins Friday against the Yankees in New York, Chapman was not concerned.


7/15/2014 | In first All-Star Game, Simon thrilled to face Jeter

Reds starter Alfredo Simon, who didn't even know he would be in the 2014 All-Star Game until Sunday, found himself in a prime spot of the game Tuesday night. Simon will be the last pitcher to face Derek Jeter in an All-Star Game. The National League fell to the American League, 5-3, at Target Field.


7/15/2014 | Reds already preparing to host 2015 All-Star Game

Having waited decades to host another All-Star Game, the Reds and Cincinnati have been preparing for it even before they knew another would ever come. That preparation has jumped multiple levels this week during the 2014 All-Star Game at Target Field. Cincinnati, the next All-Star Game in July 2015 is all yours.




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