Nick Krall, who graduated from York Catholic High School in 1995, was named the Cincinnati Reds’ newest head of baseball operations in October. With his new role, Krall has proven, as he has for decades, he can still climb the ladder of MLB.
ATLANTA (AP) — Ian Anderson dazzled in another shutout performance for Atlanta, and the Braves won a playoff series for the first time in almost two decades by sweeping the light-hitting Cincinnati Reds with a 5-0 victory Thursday. Ronald Acuña Jr. had three hits for the NL East champions, including a run-scoring double in the […]
The Atlanta Braves beat the Cincinnati Reds, 5-0, to sweep the NL Wild Card Series 2-0.
Shortly after noon in Atlanta, Nick Senzel of the Cincinnati Reds slapped the first pitch from Max Fried to right field for a single, starting a day of baseball unlike any that had come before. Eight postseason games, all set to start in a span of around 10 hours. “This is like September Madness,” Houston […]
ATLANTA (AP) — Freddie Freeman singled home the winning run in the 13th inning, finally ending the longest scoreless duel in postseason history as the Atlanta Braves defeated the Cincinnati Reds 1-0 in the opener of their NL wild-card series on Wednesday. The East champion Braves won the first game of a postseason series for […]
In return to playoffs, the Cincinnati Reds hope to bring postseason success in series against Braves
The surging Cincinnati Reds will make their first postseason appearance since 2013, as the 7-seed Reds prepare to take on the 2-seed Atlanta Braves in a three game series in Atlanta. Inside the Reds program, many are confident. With momentum and spectacular pitching, the Reds are a dark horse team out of the NL.
The Atlanta Braves beat the Cincinnati Reds, 1-0, in NL Wild Card Game 1.
Minnesota (36-24) clinched its second straight American League Central title despite the defeat when the Chicago White Sox lost to the Cubs. The Twins host No. 6 Houston in the first round starting Tuesday.
Luis Arraez matched career highs with four hits and three RBIs in his return to the lineup, and the Minnesota Twins clinched home-field advantage in the first round of the playoffs Saturday night with a 7-3 victory over the Cincinnati Reds.
Mike Moustakas homered twice, Freddy Galvis hit a solo shot and the Cincinnati Reds clinched their first playoff spot since 2013, beating the AL Central-leading Minnesota Twins 7-2 Friday night.