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8/28/2016 | Sore biceps, ineffectiveness end Bailey's day early

In an 11-2 loss to the D-backs, Reds pitcher Homer Bailey lasted one inning and gave up four runs (three earned) and five hits to fall behind by a 4-0 score. He was also dealing with tenderness in his right biceps.

8/28/2016 | Reds call on streaking Straily against Angels

Dan Straily, who is 6-0 in his last eight starts, gets the call for the Reds in the opener of a three-game series against Matt Shoemaker and the Angels on Monday at Angel Stadium.

8/28/2016 | Schebler working on hitting to opposite field

Scott Schebler's second home run against the D-backs on Saturday was his first to the opposite field. The left-handed batter is working more on going the other way, especially when presented with a lot of shifts.

8/28/2016 | Bradley, 4-run 1st propel D-backs over Reds

The D-backs scored four run in the first inning, and Archie Bradley allowed two runs in six innings as Arizona topped the Reds Sunday. Yasmany Tomas hit a three-run home run in the sixth to put the game out of reach. Brandon Phillips and Scott Schebler hit home runs for the Reds, but Homer Bailey was done after one inning.

8/27/2016 | Disco tosses first career shutout

The Reds lineup had already greased the wheels for pitcher Anthony DeSclafani with a bunch of run support. Conditions could not have been easier or smoother for him to work the first shutout of his career. It came in the form of a four-hitter and 13-0 victory for the Reds over the D-backs on Saturday night at Chase Field.

8/27/2016 | Pipeline preview: De Leon looks to rack up more K's

Here's a look at top prospects to watch in Sunday's Minor League action.

8/27/2016 | Schebler hits two of Reds' five homers in rout

The Reds were homerless in their last five games entering Saturday night. That changed in a hurry as Scott Schebler swatted a home run in each of the first two innings for two of Cincinnati's five long balls in a 13-0 drubbing of the D-backs at Chase Field. Meanwhile, Anthony DeSclafani threw his first career shutout.

8/27/2016 | Finnegan turns to Straily for changeup advice

The D-backs were given a surprise of sorts by Reds starter Brandon Finnegan, as he struck them out a career-high 12 times on Friday during a 4-3 loss in 11 innings. Finnegan not only has a changeup, but he's figured out how to use it.

8/27/2016 | Reds add Lopez for catching depth, option Renda

This time when catcher Raffy Lopez was summoned from Triple-A Louisville, he could actually put on a big uniform and stay for a while. Lopez had his contract selected Saturday, while infielder Tony Renda was optioned to Louisville.

8/27/2016 | Bradley, Bailey looking for redemption in finale

When the D-backs and Reds complete their three-game series on Sunday at Chase Field, both starting pitchers will be looking for a rebound-type of outing.

8/27/2016 | D-backs match 2 Reds' rallies, walk off on WP

After blowing a lead in the ninth inning and and having to rally after falling behind in the 10th, Brandon Drury scored on a wild pitch in the bottom of the 11th to lift the D-backs to a 4-3 win over the Reds in the series opener at Chase Field on Friday night.

8/26/2016 | Pipeline preview: Lamet to make Triple-A debut

Here's a look at top prospects to watch in Saturday's Minor League action.

8/26/2016 | Cozart eager for return to starting lineup

Reds shortstop Zack Cozart is really itching to play again, especially since he is no longer bothered by the left Achilles tendon inflammation that's kept him out of the lineup since Aug. 17.

8/26/2016 | Godley asked to slow down Votto, Reds

Joey Votto is closing in on a rare feat for the Reds by batting .400 in consecutive months. Votto batted. 413 in July and is at .417 so far in August, with five days remaining. If successful, Votto would be the first in the Majors since Josh Hamilton in 2010 to have consecutive months with a .400 average.

8/26/2016 | Brinson among top prospect performers Thursday

Brewers No. 2 prospect Lewis Brinson was among the top prospect performers in the Minors on Thursday.

8/25/2016 | Winker among Reds' potential prospect callups

As they are wont to do, the Reds have not telegraphed their plans for September callups. But here is a look at few of the more notable contenders.

8/24/2016 | Pipeline preview: Honeywell working on scoreless streak

Here's a look at top prospects to watch Thursday in Minor League action.

8/24/2016 | After 3 Rangers HRs, Beltre's milestone beats Reds

Rangers third baseman Adrian Beltre's 2,900th Major League hit was a game-winner on a night Yu Darvish's first career homer stole the show. Beltre's two-out double in the eighth inning Wednesday drove home Ian Desmond with the go-ahead run, and the Rangers held on for a 6-5 victory over the Reds at Great American Park.

8/24/2016 | Hamilton dazzles with another diving snag

What does Reds center fielder Billy Hamilton do for an encore after making one of the best catches of his career? He goes back to work and takes away another hit with another tremendous defensive effort.

8/24/2016 | No-hitter flirt Finnegan faces fellow young hurler in Arizona

Friday night's matchup between the Reds and D-backs at Chase Field will feature two of the game's most promising young pitchers, with Brandon Finnegan and Braden Shipley taking the mound.

8/24/2016 | Cozart takes 'first step' toward return from injury

Reds shortstop Zack Cozart made progress toward getting back in the lineup on Wednesday when he was able to take ground balls on the field and batting practice. Cozart, who has not been in the lineup since Aug. 17, was bothered by a sore right knee and left Achilles tendon inflammation.

8/24/2016 | Reds to attend Tebow showcase

When former NFL and college quarterback Tim Tebow attempts to show that he can play baseball next week, the Reds will be one of several clubs watching.

8/23/2016 | Straily proving to be valuable commodity

Heading into the All-Star break, Reds starter Dan Straily was looking like a bargain. Picked up off the waiver wire five days before the start of the regular season, Straily worked his way from the bullpen to the rotation and gave the team 101 1/3 innings over 16 starts with a 4.35 ERA, which was ballooned by one bad start at the end of June.

8/23/2016 | Hamilton reaches 22 mph on diving catch

Reds center fielder Billy Hamilton has made a lot of fantastic catches this season -- often it seems when Dan Straily is pitching. But Hamilton may have topped himself on Tuesday against the Rangers. How good was it? It had Straily hopping up and down laughing and covering his face.

8/23/2016 | Reds to host 'Swing For Your Seats' event

The Reds will host the first "Swing For Your Seats" event. Anyone who renews their season tickets or purchases new season tickets will have the opportunity to take three swings at Great American Ball Park -- if they hit a home run, they'll get their season tickets for free up to $10,000 worth.

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