The Reds' coaching staff has worked hard to help Robert Stephenson get on top of his delivery and create more of a downward plane with his fastball. But on Thursday against the Marlins, a majority of the rookie starter's fastballs seemed up -- way up.
Originally a shortstop, Jose Peraza has played there plenty this season when Cozart was out periodically with a sore right quadriceps. But he didn't fare well during Wednesday's 9-5 loss to the Yankees.
For only the second time in his career, and the first time since Sept. 23, 2009, Reds pitcher Homer Bailey had a start of at least six innings without recording a strikeout when he faced the Yankees on Wednesday.
Luis Severino continued to establish himself as an ace, Didi Gregorius homered for the third straight game and Clint Frazier contributed a pair of run-scoring hits, leading the Yankees to a 9-5 victory over the Reds on Wednesday at Yankee Stadium.
Second baseman Dilson Herrera -- who has spent the entire 2017 season at the Reds' Triple-A Louisville affiliate -- has never been fully able to show what he could do, in part because of a problematic right shoulder. On Wednesday, it was announced that he would need season-ending arthroscopic surgery to remove bone chips.
Jose Siri extend his hitting streak to 31 games, the longest in the Minor Leagues this season, on Wednesday, and he did so in style, hitting a pair of home runs and going 3-for-4 with four RBIs for Class A Dayton.
Little did Biloxi know that the first inning solo homer by Blake Allemand would be the last hit and last run the Shuckers would earn off Pensacola Blue Wahoos starter Deck McGuire in his seven innings of work.
Pensacola Blue Wahoos Josh VanMeter wasn't expected to play every day in the Southern League when he turned out to be "the player to be named later" in a trade between the Cincinnati Reds and San Diego Padres at the end of 2016.
If you haven't heard of "Pensacola Rocks", it is a new phenomenon of painting rocks to "hide" around Pensacola and all Northwest Florida to spread joy and brighten people's day. The Blue Wahoos are ready to bring that fun into the stadium!
July home games come to an end as the Pensacola Blue Wahoos welcome the Biloxi Shuckers to Blue Wahoos Stadium July 25-29. The homestand features a Kazoo Plush Giveaway, Christmas in July night, fireworks and more!
Thanks to back-to-back two out hits by right fielder Aristides Aquino and second baseman Shed Long, the Pensacola Blue Wahoos scored three runs in the top of the ninth to overcome the Montgomery Biscuits.
The family fun excitement of Blue Wahoos baseball returns for a seventh season as the Southern League announced the schedule for the 2018 season. After opening the season on the road, baseball returns to Pensacola on April 11 against the Chattanooga Lookouts.
The Dayton Dragons (affiliate of the Cincinnati Reds) meet the Lansing Lugnuts (affiliate of the Toronto Blue Jays) in the first game of a three-game series. This is the start to a seven-game road trip for Dayton.
The fastball to J.D. Martinez may have been the pitch Luke Weaver most wanted back, but it was a changeup that wasn't chased moments earlier that offered Weaver the most lasting lesson in Thursday night's 4-0 Cardinals loss to the D-backs.
ST. LOUIS -- Behind seven strong innings from Zack Godley and a grand slam by the lineup's newest addition, the D-backs powered past the Cardinals, 4-0, to open a four-game series at Busch Stadium on Thursday.
The Cubs and White Sox staged a crosstown home run derby on Thursday night, with the north side squad coming out on top. Anthony Rizzo smacked a solo homer, and Kyle Schwarber added a two-run shot, a solo blast and an RBI triple to power the Cubs to a 6-3 Interleague victory over the White Sox. Willy Garcia and Jose Abreu homered -- Abreu twice -- for the So […]
Jose Quintana became emotional during the video tribute by the White Sox on Wednesday night at Guaranteed Rate Field. The new Cubs pitcher, whom the White Sox traded to the other side of town on July 13, took advantage of Wednesday and Thursday to say goodbye to his former teammates.
Forget waiting two or three years -- or even until the end of this season -- to evaluate the Jose Quintana trade. Two weeks after it was concluded, it's safe to say that the deal between the Cubs and White Sox will turn out exactly as advertised.
Former American League Cy Young Award winner Dallas Keuchel, who hasn't pitched in nearly two months because of discomfort in his neck, will be activated from the disabled list and return to the mound on Friday, when the Astros open a series against the Tigers in Detroit, manager A.J. Hinch announced on Wednesday.
The way Larry Andersen looks at things, a little piece of him will be going into the National Baseball Hall of Fame this weekend when former Astros slugger Jeff Bagwell is inducted Sunday in Cooperstown, N.Y.
It takes a special circumstance for Nolan Ryan to attend a National Baseball Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony, and Sunday certainly qualifies. Ryan will travel to Cooperstown, N.Y., on Friday to watch his former Rangers teammate Ivan Rodriguez and Astros slugger Jeff Bagwell get inducted on Sunday.
Jeff Bagwell, Tim Raines and Ivan Rodriguez will be joined by John Schuerholz and Bud Selig as the Class of 2017 is enshrined in Cooperstown. Watch live on MLB Network, simulcast on MLB.com, on Sunday, with coverage starting at 10 a.m. CT.
The Pirates enjoyed an off-day on the West Coast on Thursday, but with the non-waiver Trade Deadline only days away, Pittsburgh's front office likely won't find rest anytime soon. Before the rumors and speculation end Monday at 4 p.m. ET, we'll answer your questions about the Pirates' plans in a Trade Deadline-themed Inbox.
The Pirates are reportedly set to call up outfield reinforcements before Friday's series opener against the Padres at Petco Park. Late Wednesday night, the official Twitter account of Fresno State's baseball team posted that outfield prospect Jordan Luplow will make his Major League debut on Friday.
Even after scrapping their way back to .500 and into the National League Central race, the Pirates are on the outside looking in. Every self-inflicted wound and missed opportunity is a setback, another degree of difficulty added to their path back to the postseason.
A day after the Giants altered the top of their lineup by trading Eduardo Nunez, they had another productive day in a series-clinching 2-1 win over the Pirates. No. 3 hitter Brandon Belt delivered the go-ahead RBI and Joe Panik -- batting second in place of Nunez -- scored another run on a Brandon Crawford groundout to help San Francisco break even at .500 o […]
The Pirates are searching for silver linings following Gregory Polanco's second trip to the disabled list this season. The bright side? The long-limbed 25-year-old is becoming more aware of his physical limits, head athletic trainer Todd Tomczyk said, and he's learning how to handle life on the DL.