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4/16/2014 | Back at Wrigley, Cubs aim to turn tables on Reds

Returning to Wrigley Field after a road trip might normally be viewed as a haven of sorts for the Cubs. For this upcoming three-game series against the Reds? Maybe not so much. To say that the Reds have dominated the Cubs, especially in Wrigleyville, doesn't give enough credit to the word "dominate."

4/16/2014 | Hurdle wins replay challenge; Price loses review

Same place, different situation, different umpire: Same outcome. Pirates manager Clint Hurdle was correct on another challenge of a play at first base in the fifth inning of Wednesday's game against the Reds. In the bottom of the eighth Wednesday, there was a crew-chief challenge on a fielder's choice play at the plate.

4/16/2014 | Chapman's second 'pen session comes Thursday

Injured Reds closer Aroldis Chapman is scheduled to throw in his second bullpen session Thursday during a team off-day. Chapman, who is recovering from facial fractures suffered after being hit by a line drive last month, threw 25 pitches Monday in his first bullpen session.

4/16/2014 | Marshall's first rehab outing goes smoothly

In the first game of his rehab assignment for Triple-A Louisville on Tuesday, Reds lefty reliever Sean Marshall allowed one hit and one walk over a scoreless inning with two strikeouts. Marshall, who missed all Spring Training games because of a sore left shoulder, was scheduled to pitch again for Louisville against Indianapolis on Wednesday night.

4/16/2014 | Broxton to close until Chapman returns

It wasn't the cleanest of saves on Tuesday night for Reds interim closer Jonathan Broxton, but it was good to get the first one of the season and his first since Sept. 19, 2012. Broxton gave up a leadoff double and a two-out walk in the ninth inning and faced Andrew McCutchen representing the go-ahead run before locking down a 7-5 Reds win over the Pirates.

4/16/2014 | Cueto whiffs career-high 12, blanks Bucs on three hits

Wednesday afternoon's 4-0 win over the Pirates not only gave Johnny Cueto a deserved victory with a three-hit shutout at Great American Ball Park, it gave the Reds their first series win in five tries. Cueto struck out a career-high 12 and didn't issue a walk. It was the fourth time in his career he has struck out at least 10.

4/16/2014 | Mesoraco red hot since returning from DL stint

Considering that he missed the first week of a season that's barely two weeks old, it's impressive what Reds catcher Devin Mesoraco has done in a short period of time.

4/15/2014 | Liriano, Cueto set for Wild Card rematch

Johnny Cueto and Francisco Liriano will square off in the series finale between the Reds and Pirates today at 12:35 p.m. ET at Great American Ball Park.

4/15/2014 | Robinson's bravery inspiring to all generations

Jackie Robinson was a heck of a lot braver than I am. He changed the face of baseball today, as well as impacting countless individual lives. I'm proud to say that one of those lives is mine.

4/15/2014 | Pirates win challenge, overturned call leads to run

Pirates manger Clint Hurdle successfully challenged a call that originally credited the Reds with a double play in the eighth inning of Tuesday night's game.

4/15/2014 | Leake aids own cause to spur Reds over Pirates

Mike Leake got some help from his friends and helped himself get the Reds a much-needed 7-5 victory on Tuesday against the Pirates on Tuesday night in Cincinnati.

4/15/2014 | Following Griffey's lead, Reds honor Jackie

Continuing a tradition started by former Reds star Ken Griffey Jr., in 2007, every Reds and Pirates player and coaching staff member on the field wore the No. 42 for Jackie Robinson Day.

4/15/2014 | Reds fall to Bucs after play resumes in suspended tilt

Scoring one run in the top of the seventh on Tuesday, Pittsburgh handed the Reds an 8-7 defeat in the resumed series opener of a game that had been suspended by rain on Monday night.

4/15/2014 | Adjustments helping Votto rediscover power

There has been noticeable power coming from the bat of Reds first baseman Joey Votto. Of his three home runs in the last four games, two came on Sunday and Monday while hitting in the No. 2 spot. But he feels there's more to it than shifting up one place in the lineup.

4/15/2014 | Soto's first MLB hit a long time coming

Reds rookie infielder Neftali Soto was 0-for-2 in pinch-hitting appearances entering Monday, when he nabbed his first Major League hit.

4/15/2014 | Pirates, Reds have score to settle in Cincinnati

After resuming Monday's suspended game, tied at 7 after hitting a Great American Ball Park-record 10 home runs, the Pirates and Reds will play their regularly scheduled Tuesday contest, with Gerrit Cole dueling with Mike Leake.

4/14/2014 | Reds suspended by rain in record homer game

One important item that was missing from a nutty game played between the Reds and Pirates was a final score. Even with a combined 10 home runs, a stadium record, hit through six innings, rain stopped the game with a 7-7 score before the top of the seventh. Following a 1-hour and 38-minute delay, it was suspended. Play will resume at 5:30 p.m. ET on Tuesday.

4/14/2014 | Bucs, Reds set Great American Ball Park HR record

The Pirates broke out of their batting slump Monday night -- in duplicate. Or triplicate, if you count the number of times they hit back-to-back home runs. Reds catcher Devin Mesoraco's homer set a new Great American Ball Park record of 10 home runs, breaking the standard set on May 27, 2012, by the Rockies (five) and the Reds (four).

4/14/2014 | Reds win challenge on quirky foul ball call

The Reds had their first successful manager's challenge on Monday vs. the Pirates on a play that proved painful for Pittsburgh right fielder Travis Snider.

4/14/2014 | Schumaker progressing; Marshall near return

On the disabled list with a dislocated left shoulder, utility player Skip Schumaker made some progress on Monday, when he was able to do some throwing and hit off of a tee. Another player on the DL, lefty reliever Sean Marshall, is also advancing his efforts to return. He is slated to begin a rehab assignment on Tuesday at Triple-A Louisville and pitch an inning in back-to-back games. There is a chance he could be activated before the end of the week.

4/14/2014 | Reds' faith helping Cozart move past slump

Reds shortstop Zack Cozart knew he didn't have to look over his shoulder when he was struggling at the plate to start the season. But starting out 0-for-22 like he did, it was still difficult to live through. Manager Bryan Price told Cozart during the last road trip in New York he had the club's confidence.

4/14/2014 | Chapman 'outstanding' in return to mound

Reds closer Aroldis Chapman has continued to make a rapid recovery in the nearly one month since he was struck in the face by a line drive during Spring Training. The latest milestone came on Monday, when Chapman pitched off of a bullpen mound for the first time.

4/13/2014 | Mesoraco confirmed safe after Maddon's challenge

Rays manager Joe Maddon believed Devin Mesoraco was out at first base on Sunday, when the Reds' catcher was called safe on a bang-bang play with no outs in the seventh inning, but the play was reviewed and confirmed for a Mesoraco infield single that loaded the bases.

4/13/2014 | Latos shut down from throwing after MRI results

Reds' starter Mat Latos, currently on the disabled list, was shut down from throwing for 10-14 days after MRI results revealed a flexor mass strain.

4/13/2014 | Schumaker remains in early stages of rehab

Injured Reds utility player Skip Schumaker remains in the earlier stages of his rehab from a dislocated left shoulder.

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