Tag Archives: Cincinnati Reds

  • Reds Fan Catches Back-To-Back Home Run Balls (Video)

    Reds Fan Catches Back-To-Back Home Run Balls (Video)

    Texas Rangers fan Trent Williams was able to catch a total of seven home run balls during the 2011 MLB season.  That may sound like an impressive feat, but it pales in comparison to what Cincinnati Reds fan Caleb Lloyd did during last night’s game against the Atlanta Braves at the Great American Ballpark. With […]

  • Stat Line Of The Night – 5/13/12 – Joey Votto

    Stat Line Of The Night – 5/13/12 – Joey Votto

    At the beginning of the season, Cincinnati looked to be a shoe-in for first place in the National League Central.  After a slow start to the season, though, the Reds found themselves trailing the St. Louis Cardinals.  After last night’s game, the Reds are 6-4 in their last ten, and Joey Votto has stepped up […]

  • The Stat Line Of The Night — 6/22/11 — Chris Heisey

    The Stat Line Of The Night — 6/22/11 — Chris Heisey

    The Cincinnati Reds entered the second game of their double-header last night struggling offensively during their recent homestand.  After losing 4-2 earlier in the day to the New York Yankees, they had only managed to score nine runs in their last five games, which all took place at the Great American Ball Park.  But something […]

  • Aroldis Chapman Throws A 106 MPH Fastball, Or Was It 105? (Video)

    Aroldis Chapman Throws A 106 MPH Fastball, Or Was It 105? (Video)

    Last night, the Cincinnati Reds dropped their third game to the Pittsburgh Pirates during a four-game series at the Great American Ball Park, but it wasn’t all bad news for them. After watching the velocity on Aroldis Chapman’s fastball top out in the low 90s last week, manager Dusty Baker decided to rest the 22-year-old […]

  • Roy Halladay Records A No-Hitter In His First Post-Season Game

    Roy Halladay Records A No-Hitter In His First Post-Season Game

    After an outstanding regular season that saw him win 21 games, record a 2.44 ERA, and throw 219 strikeouts, many baseball fans were left to wonder how Roy Halladay would respond in his first ever playoff start.  Well the answer is in and it is just about as close to perfect as you can get. […]

  • The Stat Line of the Night – 8/25/10 – Joey Votto

    The Stat Line of the Night – 8/25/10 – Joey Votto

    With the St. Louis Cardinals slumping as of late, the Cincinnati Reds were looking to take advantage and build upon their lead in the NL Central.  After the Cards fell to the Pirates, the Reds had the opportunity to increase their division lead to 3.5 games, and that is exactly what they did, thanks to […]

  • Reds And Cards Exchange Kicks And Punches In Bench-Clearing Brawl (Video)

    Reds And Cards Exchange Kicks And Punches In Bench-Clearing Brawl (Video)

    Think baseball is boring because of its lack of physicality?  Sounds like you should start watching more games between the Cincinnati Reds and the St. Louis Cardinals.  If there was any doubt as to how these two teams felt about each other, those questions were answered last night when they engaged in a heated brawl […]

  • The Stat Line of the Night — 7/6/10 — Johan Santana

    The Stat Line of the Night — 7/6/10 — Johan Santana

    The Mets have had their ups and downs this season, but it seems as though every time Johan Santana takes the mound, the Mets bats go silent.  He is sporting a 3.15 ERA with a measly .239 batting average against him, however he was only 5-5 going into last night’s game.  Santana didn’t need any […]

  • The Stat Line Of The Night – 7/4/10 – Drew Stubbs

    The Stat Line Of The Night – 7/4/10 – Drew Stubbs

    It was the fourth of July, and while the fireworks were not expected to fly until later on in the night, the Cincinnati Reds had other ideas as they would put on an air show of their own.  And leading the charge would be center fielder Drew Stubbs. On a day when the Reds combined […]

  • Pete Rose’s Corked Bat?

    Pete Rose’s Corked Bat?

    Is this an x-ray of a corked bat once used by the great Pete Rose? According to Deadspin it is “a Mizuno PR4192 bat, commissioned by Pete Rose specifically for his 1985 chase of baseball’s all-time hits record.” As you know, corking your bat in baseball is highly illegal, per rule 6.06(d), so this could […]

  • The Stat Line of the Night — 6/1/10 — Scott Rolen

    The Stat Line of the Night — 6/1/10 — Scott Rolen

    Scott Rolen was on the St. Louis Cardinals when they won the World Series in 2006.  In fact, he was an integral part of that team.  His hitting and fielding helped propel the Cards to the Championship.  Unfortunately for Rolen, his injury woes caught up with him the next year and he was traded away. […]

  • The Stat Line of the Night – 4/5/10 – Albert Pujols

    The Stat Line of the Night – 4/5/10 – Albert Pujols

    It didn’t take Albert Pujols long to pick up where he left off last season.  In fact, it was only his second swing of the season yesterday when he launched his first home run into deep left center field.  Last year’s NL MVP got off to a great start in his first at-bat, but he […]

  • Prince Fielder Hitting What Kinds Of Home Runs?

    Prince Fielder Hitting What Kinds Of Home Runs?

    Total Pro Sports – Fresh off his victory at the 2009 MLB Home Run Derby, Prince Fielder showed everyone that there is no he is not about to experience any sort of a power outage.  But rather than hitting you typical home runs, Fielder is sending a special breed of dingers out of the park.  […]

  • Groundskeeper Falls, Gets Caught Under Tarp During Rain Delay

    Groundskeeper Falls, Gets Caught Under Tarp During Rain Delay

    Total Pro Sports – It is a grounds keeper’s moment of truth.  They sit patiently in the stadium, ready for action at any time, and when the rain starts to come down, its go time! It was go time indeed at the Great American Ballpark on Tuesday night for the game between the Atlanta Braves […]