In the final game of their series against the San Francisco Giants, the Reds allowed pitcher Jack Peavey to get off a solo home run in the fourth inning to help lead the Giants to a 5-3 victory. Peavey also held the Reds to two runs in six plus innings on the mound.
“Great effort by Jake,” Giants manager Bruce Bochy said. “He threw the ball very well and, of course, helped us with the bat.”
The Reds have little time to regroup as they hit the road to take on the Milwaukee Brewers for a three game road stand. Plenty of great seats and affordable tickets are still available so be sure to get yours today and help cheer on your Cincinnati Reds!!
Total Attendance tops 130,00 fans
The Cincinnati Reds Organzation was well prepared for this years Major League Baseball All Star Weekend. Players and fans left the Great American Ballpark happy and satisfied. In the end, the weekend event generated over $70 million for the city of Cincinnati.
“This city was on fire for a week-long event and the buildup,” Reds chief operating officer Phil Castellini said at a press conference in front of Great American Ball Park. “We got everything out of this that we could have as a community. This literally has been years in the planning … and it was just awesome. We couldn’t be more pleased with the way it turned out.”
The Reds begin the second half of the season with a three game stand against the Cleveland Indians. Plenty of Great seats and affordable tickets are still available so be sure to get yours today!
The Cincinnati Reds will have to put the series loss against the Colorado Rockies behind them and concentrate on their upcoming series against the Washington Nationals. Last nights 6-4 loss was the Reds 10th in 11 games and the losses are starting to take a toll.
“It’s just unbelievable, you know? You lose 10 out of 11, some games you’re in, some games you’re not — and when you’re losing, and all of a sudden you are down in the beginning of games, it’s like, ‘Ah, here we go again, said Todd Frazier. “And it’s on us as hitters to get back in the game, or pitchers the same way, to help pick us up. Frustrating on all levels, it’s good to have an off-day [Thursday], I guess, and we’ll come back.”
Their comeback begins tomorrow night against the Washington Nationals in a three game homestand that ends Sunday. Plenty of great seats and affordable tickets are still available so be sure to get yours today!
These are tough times for the Atlanta Braves. After enduring a two game losing streak on the road, they come back and drop the opening series game against the Atlanta Braves. What is worse is, the score was 1-0 off a wild pitch.
The Reds will meet the Braves again tonight at 6:10. Plenty of great seats and affordable tickets are still available so be sure to get yours today!
The trade that sent Marlon Byrd from the Phillies to the Reds could be viewed by the outside world as a step into the nether regions of the NL Central. Don’t expect that to come from the mouth of Byrd himself.
“I’m coming to a team that’s ready to win and I get to hit in THIS lineup,” said the 37-year-old 14-year veteran. “And I love it in the NL Central, a great division. And the Reds have amazing fans. There are positives all around,” Byrd told Fox Sports.
“We have two through seven capable of hitting 30 home runs, each guy,” he said. ” (Brandon) Phillips has done it, (Joey) Votto has done it, Jay Bruce has done it, Todd Frazier was at 29 last year, I’ve hit 25, (Devin) Mesoraco got 25 last year.”
Spring Training opens March 3rd where they will be taking on the Cleveland Indians in Goodyear, Arizona.
“It’s not tough to be a leader when you are a veteran guy and you’ve been around,” Byrd said. “First you want to come in and fit in and be a piece of the puzzle.”
Let the pieces fall where they may, but you have to get your tickets now to see it all take place!