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5/5/2015 | Byrd provides offensive punch Reds needed

The Reds added Marlon Byrd in the offseason to provide more punch to the offense, and he delivered in Tuesday's 7-1 win over the Pirates with a home run and four RBIs.

5/5/2015 | Efficient Lorenzen savors first MLB victory

The difference between Michael Lorenzen's first Major League start and his second were very noticeable, and it led to his career victory on Tuesday in the Reds' 7-1 triumph over the Pirates.

5/5/2015 | Unbeaten Cole leads Pirates against Leake, Reds

Gerrit Cole, the reigning NL Pitcher of the Month, gets the ball on Wednesday for the Pirates against the Reds, who counter with Mike Leake -- two starters coming off dominant outings.

5/5/2015 | Lorenzen earns 1st win as Reds top Pirates

Marlon Byrd homered and drove in four runs, and Todd Frazier also homered to back Michael Lorenzen's first Major League victory, a 7-1 final over the Pirates on Tuesday night.

5/5/2015 | Cozart out of lineup vs. Bucs with finger, wrist injuries

Reds shortstop Zack Cozart was hoping that Monday's off-day would give him enough time to heal some wounds from Sunday's game at Atlanta. However, that was not the case on Tuesday as he was out of the lineup vs. the Pirates.

5/5/2015 | Mesoraco holding off on hip surgery for now

Reds catcher is still limited by a left hip impingement, and admitted he will likely need surgery at some point, but is trying all possible treatments first.

5/4/2015 | Up-and-coming Reds have Lois Hudson to thank

For thousands of wide-eyed young players, many of whom are signed as teenagers entering the real world for the first time, Reds director of Minor League administration Lois Hudson was and is indispensable as a problem solver and fixer as they navigate their way toward the dream destination of reaching the Major Leagues.

5/4/2015 | MLB reveals 30 Honorary Bat Girl winners

Thirty winners were announced on Monday by Major League Baseball in the 2015 Honorary Bat Girl contest.

5/3/2015 | Milestone outing doesn't go Cueto's way

After pitching lights-out in April, Johnny Cueto began the month of May with a start he'd like to forget.

5/3/2015 | Locke, Reds rookie face off as rivals meet again

Tuesday's series opener between the Reds and Pirates at PNC Park will feature two pitchers coming off subpar outings. One's a newcomer, the other has logged more than 370 innings in his career. Michael Lorenzen will make his second career start for the Reds on Tuesday, and Pittsburgh will counter with lefty Jeff Locke.

5/3/2015 | Teheran finds form as Braves blank Reds

Comforted by the three-run first inning his offense produced against Johnny Cueto, Julio Teheran halted his recent woes with a strong mound performance that guided the Braves to Sunday afternoon's 5-0 win over the Reds at Turner Field.

5/3/2015 | X-rays negative on Cozart's bloody finger

Zack Cozart exited Sunday's game in the bottom of the fourth with a bruised right index finger after mishandling a ground ball hit by Braves pitcher Julio Teheran. X-rays came back negative.

5/2/2015 | Unlikely triples threat Bruce hits two straight

Jay Bruce has seemingly always hit the Braves. He hit his first career home run against them in his fifth Major League game and torched them in that series, going 9-for-13. But there was one thing he'd never done against Atlanta pitching in his eight years in the league. He had never hit a triple.

5/2/2015 | Reds' homer trio, Bruce's triples beat Braves

The Reds hit three home runs and Jay Bruce added a pair of triples in an 8-4 win over the Braves on Saturday night at Turner Field.

5/2/2015 | Cueto, Teheran to duel in Reds-Braves finale

It's aces high on Sunday afternoon at Turner Field, when the Braves and Reds conclude their four-game weekend series. Cincinnati goes with red-hot veteran righty Johnny Cueto against Atlanta's struggling 24-year-old hurler Julio Teheran.

5/2/2015 | Reds' stealing prowess not limited to Hamilton

Baseball is known for being a game of failure. Now imagine a statistic with a .967 success rate. Unfathomable? Maybe. Impossible? Not at all. The Reds emerged from their 8-4 win over the Braves on Saturday night with that gaudy stolen-base success rate. They've stolen 29 of 30 bases.

5/2/2015 | Ga. native Phillips contributes after being sick

Homecomings are supposed to be more like Friday night than Thursday. In Thursday night's series opener between the Reds and Braves at Turner Field, Reds second baseman Brandon Philips was nowhere to be found, downed by a vicious bout of food poisoning.

5/2/2015 | DeSclafani allows big hits after rare walks

Anthony DeSclafani allowed six walks in his first four starts of the season, and he hadn't issued more than two in a game. The young right-hander issued a career-high five walks on Friday night at Turner Field, and two of them, in consecutive innings, came back to hurt the Reds, who let a three-run lead slip away in a 4-3 loss to the Braves.

5/1/2015 | Braves' rook pitches in at plate, beats Reds

Mike Foltynewicz displayed more than just a strong arm in his first Major League start and Kelly Johnson preserved the effort with a two-run home run in the fifth inning that propelled the Braves to a 4-3 win over the Reds on Friday night at Turner Field.

5/1/2015 | Marquis returns to Turner Field with Reds

The Braves will see a familiar face from their past when they take on the Reds in the third game of their four-game weekend set Saturday night at Turner Field. In his 14th Major League season, righty Jason Marquis will get the ball for the Reds.

5/1/2015 | Bailey to undergo Tommy John surgery

Reds right-hander Homer Bailey has been diagnosed with a torn ulnar collateral ligament in his right elbow and will undergo Tommy John surgery. He is expected to return during the 2016 season.

5/1/2015 | DeSclafani proving perfect fit in Cincinnati

Anthony DeSclafani is right at home in the Cincinnati Reds' organization. For starters, the Freehold, N.J., native hails from Colts Neck High School, a mere 20 minutes from the hometown of teammate Todd Frazier. Then there are the college connections. DeSclafani and his new manager, Bryan Price, share an alma mater in the University of Florida.

5/1/2015 | Braves' Foltynewicz makes first start against Reds

Mike Foltynewicz will make his much-anticipated first Major League start for the Braves as they attempt to halt their recent woes Friday night against the Reds and right-hander Anthony DeSclafani at Turner Field in Atlanta.

5/1/2015 | Unlikely power surge jolts Reds

The Reds were desperate to break out of their recent offensive funk, and when they did Thursday night, the catalyst was the bottom of the order.

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