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Farmers Only Weekend Harvest: Jose Siri goes streaking

The Dragons’ right fielder tripled twice on Sunday to extend his hitting streak to 29 games. Friday, July 21 Louisville Bats 2, Buffalo Bison 13 Hoo Boy. Amir Garrett did not have a good outing. He gave up 7 runs on 7 hits while walking 1 and striking out 0 in only an inning of work. He has put up a 9.82 ERA in the month of July which is, as some might say, bad. Austin Brice “Waterhouse Cooper” and Lisalverto Bonilla each threw 2 shutout innings of relief, which was good. At the...

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Mitchell Clark

Farmers Only Weekend Harvest: Jose Siri goes streaking

The Dragons’ right fielder tripled twice on Sunday to extend his hitting streak to 29 games.

Friday, July 21

Louisville Bats 2, Buffalo Bison 13

Hoo Boy. Amir Garrett did not have a good outing. He gave up 7 runs on 7 hits while walking 1 and striking out 0 in only an inning of work. He has put up a 9.82 ERA in the month of July which is, as some might say, bad. Austin Brice “Waterhouse Cooper” and Lisalverto Bonilla each threw 2 shutout innings of relief, which was good. At the plate,...

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Romano changes things up in strong start

Coming off of a poor first start of the second half on Tuesday, Reds rookie Sal Romano made several adjustments. One of them involved laundry, of all things. Unlike last time, Romano didn't have to sweat it out so much during a humid day while turning in his strong six-inning performance in the Reds' 6-3 victory over the Marlins on Sunday.

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Sal Romano excellent, Reds beat Marlins 6-3

The rookie held Miami in check. The Joe Nuxhall Memorial Honorary Star of the Game Sal Romano’s second start of the second half of the season went infinitely better than his first outing, to say the least. On Sunday against the Miami Marlins, the Cincinnati Reds got 6 strong innings from the latest rookie to toe the rubber, with just 3 hits and a lone earned run allowed from Sal. Romano allowed a lone walk, fanned 7, and breezed through the heart of Miami’s lineup in order in his final...

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Reds look to Adleman in Ohio Cup finale

The Ohio Cup will finally be decided Monday night at Progressive Field, as the Reds and Indians will meet for the last time this season. The game was originally slated for May 25, but it was postponed because of inclement weather. Cincinnati won two of the first three matchups.

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Sal Romano excellent, Reds beat Marlins 6-3

The rookie held Miami in check.

The Joe Nuxhall Memorial Honorary Star of the Game

Sal Romano’s second start of the second half of the season went infinitely better than his first outing, to say the least. On Sunday against the Miami Marlins, the Cincinnati Reds got 6 strong innings from the latest rookie to toe the rubber, with just 3 hits and a lone earned run allowed from Sal.

Romano allowed a lone walk, fanned 7, and breezed through the heart of Miami’s lineup in order in his final...

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Gennett, Suarez, Barnhart homer as Reds top Marlins 6-3

CINCINNATI (AP) — Scooter Gennett, Eugenio Suarez and Tucker Barnhart homered to power the Cincinnati Reds over the Miami Marlins 6-3 Sunday and avoid a three-game sweep. Billy Hamilton had three hits and stole a pair of bases to increase his major league-leading total to 43 as the Reds finished a 2-8 homestand in which they allowed 23 homers and 72 runs. Opponents reached double figures in scoring four times. Rookie right-hander Sal Romano (2-2) made his fourth and longest big league...

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Reds bust out bats to overpower Marlins

It's been a rough 10-game homestand for the Reds, as starting pitching and offense both sputtered coming out of the All-Star break. But both came together with synergy to net a 6-3 victory over the Marlins that salvaged a game from their three-game series. Cincinnati finished the homestand with a 2-8 record.

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Reds vs. Marlins, Game 3: Previews and Predictions

Reds vs. Marlins 1:10 pm EDT Sal Romano vs. Tom Koehler Sal Romano takes the hill today as the Reds try to avoid getting swept. This homestand has been a complete catastrophe, and they could really use a getaway day win as they head to Cleveland tomorrow. They’ll face Tom Koehler for Miami, who I know absolutely nothing about. Go Reds!

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Game 98: Reds v. Marlins (1:10 PM ET) Romano vs. Koehler

Today's Lineups MIAMI MARLINS CINCINNATI REDS Dee Gordon - 2B Billy Hamilton - CF Giancarlo Stanton - RF Zack Cozart - SS Christian Yelich - CF Joey Votto - 1B Justin Bour - 1B Adam Duvall - LF Derek Dietrich - 3B Scooter Gennett - 2B A.J. Ellis - C Eugenio Suarez - 3B Ichiro Suzuki - LF Scott Schebler - RF Miguel Rojas - SS Tucker Barnhart - C Tom Koehler - RHP Sal Romano - RHP

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Suarez dazzles on D, looks to get even better

Third baseman Eugenio Suarez has provided the Reds with superb defense most of this season and the second half of last year following a rough start. He works largely under the radar, however.

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Game 98: Reds v. Marlins (1:10 PM ET) Romano vs. Koehler

Today's Lineups Dee Gordon - 2B Billy Hamilton - CF Giancarlo Stanton - RF Zack Cozart - SS Christian Yelich - CF Joey Votto - 1B Justin Bour - 1B Adam Duvall - LF Derek Dietrich - 3B Scooter Gennett - 2B A.J. Ellis - C Eugenio Suarez - 3B Ichiro Suzuki - LF Scott Schebler - RF Miguel Rojas - SS Tucker Barnhart - C Tom Koehler - RHP Sal Romano - RHP

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Brandon Kraeling

Reds vs. Marlins, Game 3: Previews and Predictions

Reds vs. Marlins

1:10 pm EDT

Sal Romano vs. Tom Koehler

Sal Romano takes the hill today as the Reds try to avoid getting swept. This homestand has been a complete catastrophe, and they could really use a getaway day win as they head to Cleveland tomorrow.

They’ll face Tom Koehler for Miami, who I know absolutely nothing about.

Go Reds!

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Robert Stephenson bit by homers, Reds lost to Marlins 5-4

A decent, yet ultimately rough outing for the returned rookie. The Joe Nuxhall Memorial Honorary Star of the Game Zack Cozart. Who else? The Cincinnati Reds shortstop keeps right on raking, on Saturday bonking a triple into the RF corner, walking thrice, and scoring a run against the Miami Marlins. At this point in the season, I think it’s still fair to suggest that what we’ve seen from him so far in 2017 will likely be a career-best outlier, but it might just be that we might make it...

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Stephenson's first start something to build on

Even before Robert Stephenson took the mound in his return from Triple-A Louisville on Saturday, Reds manager Bryan Price declared that he wasn't making a one-start audition. Stephenson is in the big league rotation to stay, or at least long enough to show whether or not he belongs.

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Kivlehan goes deep, but Reds can't finish rally

Reds pitchers have given up a staggering 22 home runs since the All-Star break, most in the Majors. That total includes two long balls from J.T. Realmuto, who provided most of the Marlins' offense with three hits and four RBIs in a 5-4 victory over Cincinnati on Saturday night at Great American Ball Park.

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Robert Stephenson bit by homers, Reds lost to Marlins 5-4

A decent, yet ultimately rough outing for the returned rookie.

The Joe Nuxhall Memorial Honorary Star of the Game

Zack Cozart. Who else?

The Cincinnati Reds shortstop keeps right on raking, on Saturday bonking a triple into the RF corner, walking thrice, and scoring a run against the Miami Marlins. At this point in the season, I think it’s still fair to suggest that what we’ve seen from him so far in 2017 will likely be a career-best outlier, but it might just be that we might make it...

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Game 97: Reds v. Marlins (7:10 PM ET) Stephenson vs. O’Grady

Better late than never. Here ya go.

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Aaron Michael

Game 97: Reds v. Marlins (7:10 PM ET) Stephenson vs. O’Grady

Better late than never.

Here ya go.

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Rest not an option for slumping Votto

Reds All-Star first baseman Joey Votto has opened the second half extremely cold at the plate. Votto doesn't know exactly why his production has dipped, but he doesn't believe rest is the solution to the problem. His yearly goal, especially after missing time with injuries in 2012 and '14, is to play all 162 games.

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