The Reds are looking down at teams that everyone figured would smoke them before, after and during dinner.
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Both the Indians and Reds were devastated by injuries to key performers last season.
Marge Schott, the one-time owner of the Cincinnati Reds, passed away yesterday at the age of 75.
An opportunity exists for former Seattle superstar Ken Griffey Jr. to get traded back from Cincinnati.
Esteban Loaiza has notched 17 wins, including a big one over the Yankees in New York last night.
For the first time in a long time, a Cy Young Award might be handed to a reliever -- and he might deserve it.
The Scott Sullivan trade is the latest in a series of moves that have seen the Reds remake their roster on the fly.
The majority of recent teams responded positively to a change in managers in the middle of the season.
Roberto Alomar's short, unhappy New York career ended on Tuesday as he was sent to the White Sox.
The Reds, who have one of the worst starting staffs in the NL, are shortening their rotation on an experimental basis.
Jeff Austin allowed home runs to the first three batters, a feat achieved but once before in baseball history.
Cincinnati's powerful lineup has fans wondering if the Reds are this year's Anaheim Angels?