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While the Cincinnati Reds had a strong beginning to the season, they have been struggling more recently. Their season record is sitting at 9-12 right now, which puts them in fourth for the National League Central. The leaders, the Chicago Cubs, have 15 wins, meaning the Reds have some catching up to do. Their best opportunity to turn things around will come on May 2nd when they return to Cincinnati for three full home sets against the San Francisco Giants, Milwaukee Brewers, and Pittsburgh Pirates. There are plenty of upcoming opportunities to catch the Reds in action, so get your tickets, come out, and show your support by cheering them to their next victory.
The Cincinnati Reds finished their last week of Spring Training games strong. They won six of their seven games from March 26-31. They beat the White Sox twice, the Dodgers, the Brewers twice, and split 1-1 with the Indians. They play an exhibition game against the Pirates in Indianapolis on April 2 to help tune them up for their Home Opener against the Phillies on April 4. Raisel Iglesias is set to be the season opener on the mound due to Anthony DeSclafani being on the injured list. They have two other games against the Phillies in the series on April 6 and 7. You can still get tickets to catch the action in person, with prices for the home opener set at $42.
3/18/16 - The Cincinnati Reds have added Alfred Simon to the bullpen, which will have several starters still on the injured list when the regular season begins. John Lamb and Homer Bailey had offseason surgeries and are still recovering, while Michael Lorenzen experienced a UCL sprain this week. The management looked to add Simon to help add some more experience rather than having to rely too much on young players. Simon was previously with the Reds and spent some time with the Detroit Tigers as well. The Reds won their latest Spring Training win, with homers from Jay Bruce, Scott Schebler and Devin Mesoraco. They play the Brewers next on March 18, and you can still get tickets for $19 and up.
9/21/15 - The Cincinnati Reds have had an uninspiring 2015 season and not much has changed in their most recent games. Currently the Reds have lost their last three games in a row. However, they are playing the St. Louis Cardinals who are one of the top teams in the league. Their last game against the Cardinals ended with few runs on the board for both teams, but the Cardinals took it with 3-1. Things were looking good for the Reds during the first inning of the game when they brought home a single run. The Cardinals answered to that in the bottom of the third and then again in the seventh and eighth inning of the game. See the Reds take on the New York Mets starting on September 24 and enjoy one of the last baseball games of the season.
9/14/15 - After winning a four game series 3-1 against the Cardinals, the Cincinnati Reds started out a three game series against the Giants with a 3-5 loss. They came back the next night to even out the series when they won 9-8. The game started with the Reds scoring three runs in the first, but the Giants were able to equalize in the fourth and then pull ahead. The Reds had a five run seventh inning to take the lead, but the Giants tied the game up in the ninth inning. Todd Frazier hit a homer in the 10th to take the win. The Reds play the Giants one more time on the 16th, and then they face the Brewers in Milwaukee. You still have a chance to see the Reds, with tickets available at prices as low as $2.
9/7/15 - It is nearly time for the Cincinnati Reds to hit the road again. There is just one home set remaining before their long line of away matches kicks off. Be sure to secure your spot in the stands to see the Reds take on the St. Louis Cardinals. As one of the top teams in the league, the Cardinals will certainly prove to be tough opponents. If the Reds have what it takes to overcome, you will not want to miss it. Regardless of the outcome, they are sure to be very exciting games. Tickets for the first matchup start as low as $3. The Reds will leave town on September 13th, so be sure to catch them in action before then. With the season winding down, don't miss this opportunity.
8/31/15 - When the Cincinnati Reds take home a win, they do it with some serious authority. Although the Reds haven’t been able to win a lot of games this past month, their last two wins have ended in double digit scoring. On August 31 the Reds were on the road and took on the Chicago Cubs to start a three-game series. The Reds had no mercy for the Cubs as they scored consistently and considerably in the fourth, fifth, and sixth innings. It all came to a head when the Reds were able to bring home six players in the ninth inning, giving them the 13-6 win over the Cubs. Watch the Reds in their final game against the Cubs on September 2. Tickets are still available to purchase.
8/24/15 - The Cincinnati Reds finally broke their long losing streak when they played the Tigers on Monday, August 24, during a makeup game from a rainout in June. The Tigers got ahead early with a four run first inning and another run in the fourth. However, a ten run sixth inning and two runs in the eighth secured the game for the Reds. The sixth inning blitz began with Eugenio Suarez's solo home run, and then Brandon Phillips hit a two-run homer soon after. Skip Schumaker had a two run RBI, Suarez had a two run double, and Phillips hit a triple to bring in two runs. The Reds next host the Dodgers for a three game series, of which they lost the first game. You can still get tickets, with prices starting at $3.
8/17/15 - Playing in perhaps the toughest division in the majors hasn’t been a picnic for the Cincinnati Reds this season. Sitting at 51-66, the postseason is probably a stretch for Cincy this year, but there are still plenty of exciting contests to look out for on the calendar. The Reds will battle with the Kansas City Royals in interleague play this week before hosting the Diamondbacks this weekend. Tickets are on sale now so you can be a part of the action live in-person! Anthony DeSclafani is slated to pitch against Arizona’s Jeremy Hellickson on Saturday night in what figures to be an intriguing duel between two of the NL’s better slingers. Claim your seats for the Great American Ball Park, starting at just $6 each!
8/10/15 - It was a pitcher’s duel on Monday night between the Cincinnati Reds and San Diego Padres, with just a total of three runs scoring between the two teams on a combined 11 hits. Ultimately it would be the Pads prevailing, getting a two-run knock from Justin Upton in the fourth frame for a 2-1 edge that would hold for the rest of the contest. The loss made it two straight for the Reds, who picked up their 49th win of the season with a 4-1 win over the Diamondbacks on Saturday. Cincy will head to Dodger Stadium to tangle with the boys in blue this weekend in a four-game series and tickets are available now! Seats for Friday the 14th start at just $5 apiece!
8/4/15 - Since the Cincinnati Reds ended their winning streak, they have won exactly half of their matchups. They are not performing poorly, but fans wish they were a little more consistent. Most recently, the Reds earned a tight little victory against the St. Louis Cardinals, winning 2-3. Strangely, the Reds managed to earn all three of their runs in the first inning. Luckily, their strong defense was enough to keep the Cardinals from scoring after the third inning. Being a new set, hopefully the Reds will be able to earn some more victories while playing against the Cardinals. Otherwise, they will likely have to wait until August 18th, when they return from their series of away games, to rack up the wins. Tickets for their homecoming are available starting at just $3.
7/27/15 - The Cincinnati Reds are looking for some more wins. They only won one of the three games they played against the Rockies and lost the first of a three game series against the Cardinals. The first game in the three game series against the Rockies came down to a tied ninth inning until the Rockies pulled ahead in the bottom half of the inning. The next night the Reds won, largely thanks to a four run third inning that saw Todd Frazier snag a three run homer. However, the Rockies dominated the next night to take the series. The Reds will look to take a win from the Cardinals in the next two games before they head home to host the Pirates on the 30. You can still get tickets, with prices as low as $4.
7/20/15 - The Cincinnati Reds have a chance to win their current series against the Cubs. They won the first game on July 20 5-4. The game was close, but Jay Bruce's two-run homer gave them a boost to win. Todd Frazier and Marlon Byrd also added some homers to the scoreboard. The next night was another close game, with the two teams tying until the Cubs snagged the winning run in the 13th inning. The Reds came back the next night to dominate the first of two double headers. Frazier again helped with the offense, and Joey Votto grabbed his 17th home run of the season. After ending this series, the Reds head to Colorado to play three games against the Rockies starting on July 24. Tickets remain available, with prices starting at $10.
7/13/15 - The Cincinnati Reds are currently in the fourth position for the NL Central Division with 39 wins and 47 losses. Even if they are trailing slightly in the ranking, they have been performing well lately. Despite being in the middle of a challenging series of away games, the Reds managed to win half of their matchups: three out of six. This includes every meeting with the Washington Nationals, who are the leader for their division. Now, the Reds are ready to return to their own field. If they play at the same level that they have been, they should be able to start racking up the victories. Be sure to get your tickets and catch the Reds live before they leave Cincinnati again on July 24th.
7/6/15 - The 2015 All-Star Game will take place in ballpark that the Cincinnati Reds play in, and it turns out they’ll have a hometown representative in the starting lineup for the Fall Classic after all. Todd Frazier made a late jump in fan voting, securing a tally of 9.2 million to punch his ticket to this year’s festivities. He’ll start at third base for the National League, a team which includes only two higher vote-getters in Buster Posey of the Giants and the power-hitting Bryce Harper of Washington. Most recently, the Reds stole a nail-biter of a win from the Nationals in Washington, getting a go-ahead homer from Eugenio Suarez in for the eventual victory. Cincy will face off with the Marlins in Florida this weekend and tickets are on sale now! Get in on Friday night for just $19!
6/29/15 - In spite of their relatively pedestrian record, the Cincinnati Reds boast All-Star potentials at almost every infield position. Voting wrapped up for this year’s Fall Classic on Thursday with starters to be announced this weekend, but at least as of the last returns, the Reds can say they featured top-five candidates at each base plus shortstop. Joey Votto sits third, just behind Adrian Gonzalez at first base. Brandon Phillips also ranks third among second basemen. Todd Frazier, at last tally, was threatening to overtake Matt Carpenter for the lead at third. Finally, Zack Cosart rounds out the group with 2.1 million votes, good for fifth at SS. It remains to be seen who’ll make the final cut, but Cincy knows for a fact they’ll be headed to Washington to start the week. Get tickets for Reds vs. Nationals starting at just $5!
6/22/15 - As they continue to claw their way up the NL Central standings, the Cincinnati Reds are looking to string together a few extended win streaks. They took three in a row including two against Detroit and a 5-0 shutout of the Marlins at home. However, they’ve been mostly a .500 club since sweeping the Nationals to close out May. The Reds will play two more against the Pirates before heading to the Big Apple to take on the Mets in a three-game series. Cincy will be back at the Great American Ball Park on Monday 6/29 to host the Twins in interleague play. Will playing by NL rules give Cincinnati the edge they need to pick up wins against Minnesota? Come out to the ballgame with tickets starting at just $3 for Monday night!
6/18/15 - The Cincinnati Reds season is off to an okay start. They are currently sitting in fourth place in the Central division of the National league with a 30-35 losing record. Right now things are looking up for the Reds as they take on the Detroit Tigers. The Reds were able to pull off two straight wins against the Tigers and are hoping to finish off the series with the last and final win. The last game on June 17 was full of every element you could imagine. Home runs, a rain delay, unfortunate blown leads and a game ending grand slam that won the game for the Reds. Fill your weekend with America’s favorite pastime and watch the Reds live as they take on the Miami Marlins on June 19. Tickets start at $3 a piece.
6/11/15 - The Cincinnati Reds are back on a winning streak. After beating the San Diego Padres 0-4 on June 7th, and remaining undefeated against the Philadelphia Phillies, the Reds are up to four consecutive wins. It is good that they were able to build up a little momentum, because they are now heading out on the road. They need every edge they can get when they take on the Chicago Cubs, one of the tougher teams. The Reds have four games against the Cubs lined up, then a short set with the Detroit Tigers, and then they will be returning home on June 17th. Tickets for their first game on back in Cincinnati are already on sale starting at just $5. Be sure to get your tickets early.
6/1/15 - The 22-29 Cincinnati Reds surprised quite a few people with their three-game sweep of the NL East-leading Nationals, but a return to road play hasn’t produced similar results. The Reds have dropped back-to-back games to the Phillies after a pair of late rallies led to stunning 5-4 wins on consecutive nights. The second of those contests required extra innings to decide, with the walk-off run coming on an error committed by pitcher Ryan Mattheus in the bottom of the 11th. The Reds will return home for six straight at the Great American Ball Park in Ohio, starting with three against San Diego this weekend. Get your seats for Reds vs. Padres on Friday night starting from just $4! Tickets for Saturday afternoon start at $10 and you can be a part of the Sunday matinee from $3 and up!
5/25/15 - It’s been a tough stretch for the Cincinnati Reds, losers of 10 out of their last 11 games. The lone bright spot during the run came on Tuesday, as Skip Schumaker knocked in a walk-off double to defeat the Rockies 2-1 and snap a nine-game losing streak. As a franchise, the Reds had not lost as many consecutive games in 17 seasons, so the dugout-emptying celebration post-game was to be expected. Cincy now faces a tough task as they open a three-game series at home versus the Nationals on Friday evening. Tickets are on sale right now for the Great American Ball Park in Ohio, and you can get seats for opening night starting at just $5! Tickets for Saturday afternoon’s contest begin at $9 and you can be a part of the Sunday matinee for just $4 if you act now!
5/18/15 - After opening their series against San Francisco with a 4-3 nail-biter of a win, the Cincinnati Reds absorbed three straight losses to drop back below the .500 mark once again. The Reds fought hard in the final game of the series, responding to a four-run deficit with five runs in two innings including four in the third frame alone. They continued to rally throughout the game but the Giants kept manufacturing runs, staying just far enough ahead to ultimately finish with a 9-8 victory. Cincinnati will now play a quick two-game set against Kansas City before flying to Cleveland to face off with the Indians. Get great seats at Kauffman Stadium starting at $10 or come out to Progressive Field with tickets priced as low as $3!
5/13/15 - Following back-to-back wins to close out their series with the Braves, the Cincinnati Reds have moved on to the reigning world champs for the next four games. The Reds started off on the right foot, coming away with a 4-3 victory behind an RBI single by Marlon Byrd in the bottom of the eighth to break the 3-3 tie. San Francisco starter Tim Lincecum had a 15-inning scoreless streak snapped, as he gave up five walks and three runs in just under five innings of action. The Reds will try to make it four straight wins on Friday, but they’ll have to get past World Series MVP Madison Bumgarner to do it. Be there live in person to experience the excitement! Tickets for the Great American Ball Park start at just $10 for weekend games.
5/4/15 - Sitting right smack in the middle of a super-competitive NL Central division, the Cincinnati Reds picked up a big win on Tuesday night to climb back to .500 on the season. The Reds clobbered the Pirates with a final score of 7-1 behind a rejuvenated Marlon Byrd, who shook off his recent hitting slump to drive in four runs with a double and a two-run homer. Rookie right-hander Michael Lorenzen allowed just one run in six-plus innings pitched to buoy Cincinnati, who will look to win one or two more at Pittsburgh this week. Tickets are available now right PNC Park and you can be a part of the action live in person! Be there for Wednesday night’s contest starting at just $3 or come out for the closer on Thursday with tickets starting at $16.
4/30/15 - The Cincinnati Reds almost had a shutout going in Thursday’s game against the Atlanta Braves, but Atlanta picked up one run in the bottom of the ninth. Pitcher Mike Leake picked up his first win of the 2015 Season. With a 5-1 final score, the Reds took the opening game of a four-game series. The Reds are out on the road in the upcoming week, with weekday games in Pittsburgh against the Pirates, then they are onto Chicago for weekend games against the White Sox. Grab your tickets now to get seats at fantastic prices for the games at the Great American Ball Park when the Reds host the Atlanta Braves. Tickets for the opening game on Monday (5/11) start at $3 so that you can bring the whole crew.
4/21/15 - The Cincinnati Reds’ right fielder Jay Bruce and third baseman Todd Frazier each had a grand slam in a rare high scoring game against the Brewers. The final score of 16-10 gave the Reds a two-game winning streak. Shortstop Zack Cozart homered twice and first baseman Joey Votto brought one home in for the Reds. On Friday, the Reds start a three-game series against the Chicago Cubs at the Great American Ball Park. Get tickets for the game on Friday starting at $10. There are still plenty of great seats available for the Saturday and Sunday afternoon games. The Reds don’t get any time off before the Milwaukee Brewers come to town on Monday for three games on the Reds’ home turf. Come on down to the ballpark to support your team.
4/15/15 - The Cincinnati Reds have a 5-4 record after almost two weeks in the 2015 MLB Season. Just this week, they reorganized their roster, adding catcher Kyle Skipworth and pitcher Josh Smith. Two players, Daniel Corcino and Ryan Dennick were designated for assignment, and two more, Raisel Iglesias and Chris Dominguez were optioned to AAA Louisville. Skipworth’s time on the roster might be short-lived if Devin Mesoraco’s hip turns out to be fine after an MRI. In the upcoming week, the Reds are out on the road. Over the weekend, they’re in St. Louis, then on Monday (4/20), it’s onto Milwaukee for a four-game series against the Brewers. On Friday (4/24), the Reds come back to the Great American Ball Park for three games against the Chicago Cubs. Don’t wait to get your tickets, starting at $5.
4/7/15 - With a late rally – a three-run homer from Todd Frazier in the bottom of the eighth inning – the Cincinnati Reds kicked off their 2015 campaign the right way, defeating Pittsburgh 5-2. Starter Johnny Cueto tossed seven innings of shutout baseball along the way, striking out 10 Pirates before yielding to the bullpen.
3/31/15 - It used to be a holiday in the city and the traditional first game of the Major League Baseball season. The latter tradition has passed; but Opening Day, just a few days away for the Cincinnati Reds, is still a special day in the city of Cincinnati.
3/24/15 - Ace Johnny Cueto has left Cincinnati Reds camp in Arizona, in order to assist a family member back in the Dominican Republic. While the team didn’t mention who the family member was, the Reds have slated Cueto to be their Opening Day starter on April 6 at Great American Ball Park; in the interim, he’s missed a pair of Arizona starts for the Reds.
3/19/15 - In Wednesday’s game, the Cincinnati Reds couldn’t hold back the Chicago White Sox. Reds’ pitcher Jason Marquis just wasn’t as sharp as he has been, giving up four runs, five hits, and three walks in five innings. The final score was 9-4, and the Reds’ two game winning streak was snapped. Over the weekend, you can catch the Reds at their home field during spring training as they host the Oakland Athletics on Sunday (3/22). Tickets start at $16. On Wednesday (3/25), the Texas Rangers come to the Goodyear Ballpark. Get the best seats starting at $19. Wrap up your busy workweek with a Friday evening game against the Milwaukee Brewers. With tickets just $16 and up, you can bring the family and friends and unwind with a beer and hot dog watching America’s pastime.
3/9/15 - So far so good for the Cincinnati Reds. Jason Marquis, in camp on a minor-league contract, has looked extremely sharp through his first two starts, striking out six and allowing just a pair of walks in five innings pitched, while stars Johnny Cueto and Aroldis Chapman have shown no signs of rust. Joey Votto also made his first appearance of the spring recently, garnering a hit in two at-bats.
3/3/15 - That sound you hear is the timeless crack of hardwood meeting cowhide, as the Cincinnati Reds walloped their Cleveland campmates, 10-0, in the first Spring Training game for both clubs. Conspicuously absent for the Reds was slugger Joey Votto, who missed 100 games last season; the club does not have a date set for his spring debut.
2/23/15 - With the 2015 season quickly approaching, all eyes are on Joey Votto. The first baseman was the MVP in 2010 when he batted .324 and got 37 home runs, but he strained a muscle in his leg last season and missed more than 100 games, unable to return for the rest of the season. More than any other player, Votto's performance could dictate the Reds' performance and fans' excitement. With spring training starting this week, it looks like Votto is playing strong and all are getting excited to see him in action once again. The first game of the preseason on March 3rd will be your first chance to see if Votto really is back in the game to lead Cincinnati to victory. Tickets are still available for as little as $19.
2/5/15 - Are you ready for the MLB 2015 season? Because it is right around the corner. First, the Cincinnati Reds will begin their preseason on March 3rd taking on the Cleveland Indians. Tickets for that game start at only $13. The Reds will feature 16 home games through March and the beginning of April, so you have plenty of opportunities to catch them live very inexpensively. Then, on April 6th, Cincinnati has their home opener against the Pittsburgh Pirates. You can kick off the 2015 season by attending the first game for $101. If you cannot make it, they will be having a rematch just a few days later. Tickets are available for that game for only $3, so there is no reason not to go and cheer your team to victory.
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