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4/23/2015 | Bailey still searching for comfort level after each start

Homer Bailey said it was hard to compare how he pitched with how he was supposed to pitch because he isn't exactly sure. Bailey, who opened the season on the disabled list after surgery to repair a torn flexor tendon last September, allowed two runs on seven hits in 5 2/3 innings in his second start, but did not get a decision in the Reds' 4-2 loss to the Brewers on Thursday afternoon at Miller Park.

4/23/2015 | Phillips turns smart double play against Brewers

So much for the adage that a bird in the hand is better than two in the bush, at least when it comes to baseball. Second baseman Brandon Phillips alertly let a soft liner drop in front of him and turned a potential scoring threat into an inning-ending double play in Thursday's 4-2 loss to the Brewers.

4/23/2015 | Brewers first team to throw out Hamilton this season

The Brewers became the first team this season to punish Reds speedster Billy Hamilton for stealing.

4/23/2015 | Manfred: Rose will participate in All-Star Game festivities

Pete Rose will play a role in this year's All-Star Game in Cincinnati, the hit king's hometown and the city where he starred for much of his career, Commissioner Rob Manfred said on Thursday.

4/23/2015 | Lester makes first road start as Cubs face Leake, Reds

The Reds wrapped up their 10-game road trip by taking three of four from Milwaukee at Miller Park to finish 4-6. They return home for a pair of three-game series, beginning with the Cubs on Friday at 7:10 p.m. ET/6:10 p.m. CT.

4/23/2015 | Introducing uber pitching prospect Carlbert Owenolito

Last week, the world was introduced to Carlex O'Galldor, the uber prospect created at by taking the best individual tools from five different prospects on Prospect Watch.

4/23/2015 | Ball bounces in Reds' favor, widens Brewers' woes

The Brewers squandered their opportunity in the eighth inning, and the Reds made the most of an opening in the ninth. That was the difference Wednesday between what could have been an uplifting Brewers victory, and instead became a 2-1 Reds win.

4/23/2015 | Cueto at his best in picking up first win

Right-hander Johnny Cueto threw a career-high 125 pitches Wednesday night in his first win of the season, and his last, which resulted in a strikeout with the go-ahead run at third base, sealed his reputation as a true No. 1 ace.

4/22/2015 | Reds in position for 4-game sweep of Brewers

Right-handers Kyle Lohse and Homer Bailey will try to get on track Thursday afternoon when the Brewers and Reds close out their four-game series at Miller Park.

4/22/2015 | Selectivity in stealing helping Reds achieve greater success

With two stolen bases Tuesday night, the Reds improved to 16-for-16 in swipes, a franchise record to begin a season since the caught-stealing stat has been continuously recorded, beginning in 1951.

4/22/2015 | Mesoraco not ready to join lineup

Reds catcher Devin Mesoraco remained out of the starting lineup Wednesday in Milwaukee because of a left-hip ailment.

4/22/2015 | Bench, Morgan among early Reds Franchise Four leaders

Major League Baseball's Franchise Four contest has turned up some impressive quartets, and the Reds can hang with any of them. Cincinnati can muster three Hall of Famers and the all-time hit king among its four most representative players, and there are other Cooperstown immortals waiting in the wings.

4/22/2015 | Reds 1B coach Hatcher no stranger to grand slam history

In the entire history of Major League Baseball, there have been four games where the two teams have combined for three grand slams. Reds first base coach Billy Hatcher has been a part of half of them.

4/22/2015 | Little things lead to 16-run barrage

The Reds pounded out a season-high 16 runs, blasted five homers -- including a pair of two-out grand slams -- but it was the little things that helped make the difference in a wild 16-10 victory over the Brewers on Tuesday night at Miller Park.

4/22/2015 | Offense now clicking on all cylinders, and touching all bases

It took 14 games -- nearly 10 percent of the season -- but the Reds offense final broke through as we knew it would, launching five home runs in a 16-run onslaught against the Brewers.

4/21/2015 | Statcast top speed: Gordon vs. Hamilton vs. Trout

Cincinnati center fielder Billy Hamilton, Miami second baseman Dee Gordon and Angels center fielder Mike Trout are widely considered three of the main contenders for this unofficial crown, and with the advent of Statcast technology, it's easier than ever to determine who is the fleetest of foot. Recent stolen bases by the three players were dissected by Statcast and analyzed by MLB Network's Bill Ripken, and the findings were eye-opening.

4/21/2015 | Recovering Mesoraco rejoins Reds in Milwaukee

All-Star catcher Devin Mesoraco, who has missed the last seven games with a left hip impingement, has rejoined the team and said he is available on a limited basis.

4/21/2015 | Cueto, Nelson look to quiet bats in Milwaukee

The Reds are trying to keep pace with the middle of the National League Central, while the Brewers are trying to avoid being buried by the end of the first month. They meet in the third game of a four-game series at Miller Park on Wednesday.

4/21/2015 | Miller Park a launching pad as Reds outslug Crew

About 24 hours after matching their season high with six runs in a series-opening victory, the Reds more than doubled that total by the sixth inning of a 16-10 win over the reeling Brewers on Tuesday. The Reds hit five home runs, starting with two-out grand slams by Jay Bruce and Todd Frazier in consecutive innings off Brewers starter Mike Fiers.

4/21/2015 | Breaking Barriers essay winners a courageous duo

Malcolm Venable's essay about overcoming school bullying due to stuttering and Kayla Savory's courageous account of growing up in a difficult home environment were selected as the two Grand Prize winners from more than 16,000 entries in the 2015 Breaking Barriers: In Sports, In Life Essay Contest, announced Tuesday by Major League Baseball and Scholastic.

4/21/2015 | Price apologizes for language used in media session

Reds manager Bryan Price issued an apology on Tuesday morning for his language in a pregame session with media that made the rounds late Monday night. He expressed displeasure and frustration in a spirited session with reporters before the game at what he perceived was too much revealing of details regarding player availability.

4/20/2015 | Rookie stopper? DeSclafani coming up big for Reds

In his last two starts, Anthony DeSclafani has halted three-game and four-game Cincinnati losing streaks. The four-game skid came to a halt Monday night, when the rookie right0hander pitched eight shutout innings in the Reds' 6-1 victory over the Brewers.

4/20/2015 | Pena's diving grab among Reds' defensive gems

While starter Anthony DeSclafani was limiting the Brewers to two hits over eight scoreless innings, the Reds turned in three outstanding defensive plays to help keep Milwaukee off the board until Cincinnati's offense got on track.

4/20/2015 | DeSclafani stellar as Reds power past Crew

Zack Cozart and Joey Votto homered, and Anthony DeSclafani pitched an eight-inning gem to give the Reds a 6-1 win Monday night over the Brewers. Ryan Braun connected on his first home run of the season in the ninth inning for Milwaukee.

4/20/2015 | Reds, Brewers seek punch for Marquis-Fiers matchup

The Reds, who broke out with two home runs in a 6-1 series-opening win, have scored 43 runs in 13 games. The Brewers, who have lost six in a row, have scored a Majors-low 31 runs in 13 games. Milwaukee also lost All-Star catcher Jonathan Lucroy to the DL with a fractured toe on Monday.

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