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Cincinnati Bengals Off-Season Report

CINCINNATI– During the final moments of Monday’s OTA practice, the ninth of 10 during the offseason program, Cincinnati Bengals coach Marvin Lewis gathered his team near the end-zone goal line at Paul Brown Stadium. Only seconds later, his voiced lifted above all others, with words easily audible halfway across the field. They weren’t kind. They weren’t glowing. They were immediately followed by multiple wind sprints, coach Eric Taylor? Friday Night Lights…

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Reds’ Bullpen Is A Headache

CINCINNATI — The Cincinnati Reds’ unreliable bullpen was reliable Thursday. Until the last inning, that is. Left-handed long man Tony Cingrani worked a scoreless 11th inning, but then walked Pirates catcher Russell Martin with two outs and the bases loaded in the 12th to force in the winning run as the Reds fell 4-3 at Pittsburgh. That was the only run the bullpen allowed in six innings. The Pirates scored their…

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The Morning Update (6/20): Reds, England Done

Everytime there is a chance for a sweep the Reds some how find a way to not get that sweep. 4 out of 6 on the road trip is certainly nothing to complain about but Thursday’s loss is not something that should have happened. Bryan Price was pissed about it, we are pissed, everyone is mad so lets move on and talk about it later. Why are Reds fans so…

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Reds Lose In Extras To Pirates 4-3

PITTSBURGH — An odd bottom of the 12th inning ended with the Pittsburgh Pirates celebrating a walk-off walk and Cincinnati Reds manager Bryan Price fuming. Russell Martin drew a bases-loaded walk from Tony Cingrani with two outs to force in the winning run as the Pirates beat the Reds 4-3 on Thursday.Price and Cingrani both felt the last pitch should have been called a strike by home plate umpire Mike…

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Todd Frazier Should Be An All-Star

PITTSBURGH — Todd Frazier raised his profile in the Cincinnati Reds’ lineup this year. However, the third baseman hasn’t quite moved the needle when it comes to his national profile. Despite leading all National League third baseman with 16 home runs, 31 total bases, a .515 slugging percentage and a .860 one-base-plus-slugging percentage, Frazier is not among the top five at the position in the latest National League All-Star team…

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The Morning Update (6/19): Reds Win, World Cup Update

Is there anything better than an absolute ass kicking? The Cincinnati Reds did just that Wednesday night as they beat the living shit out of the Pittsburgh Pirates 13-4. The Reds jumped on former Reds pitcher Edison Volquez early and did not look back. An offensive resurgence has brought this team back to .500, something no one thought they’d see again this season. Before the Reds did their curb stomping…

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Reds Crush Pirates 11-4 To Hit .500 Mark

PITTSBURGH — Attention everyone, the Cincinnati Reds are back at .500, for the first time since the third game of the season. Here come the Reds? Not quite, but surely, but slowly, this team is starting to hit their stride and damn it, they are finally healthy. The Reds’ offense continues its tare at plate on this road trip and it was the same tonight, racking out nine hits in the first four innings,…

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USA World Cup Celebration Video Gets You Hyped

Everyone is shitting on people for liking the World Cup. “Oh you’re not a soccer fan” or “Way to have fake patriotism” hey shit heads, you don’t watch hockey until the Olympics then you all cheer for Team USA. Everyone should cheer for the USMNT, it is a time where we are all fans of the same team. No baseball alliances, no favorite football teams, everyone is a fan of…

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Reds Defeat Pirates 6-5

PITTSBURGH –Here come the Cincinnati Reds?! Todd Frazier hit his team-leading 16th home run to lead off the ninth inning to give the Reds a 6-5 win on Tuesday night. The third baseman hit a shot to center field off Pirates closer Jason Grilli to give the Reds their fifth win in the last six games after Cincinnati’s bullpen blew a three-run lead.First baseman Ike Davis, catcher Russell Martin and second baseman…

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