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8/27/2014 | Bailey's season in question after MRI results

Reds pitcher Homer Bailey underwent a second MRI exam on the strained flexor mass tendon in his right forearm, and the results learned Wednesday did not give him the green light to resume throwing. "Unfortunately, it's not healing the way we thought it would," Reds head trainer Paul Lessard said.

8/27/2014 | Votto adds field work to recovery program

Injured Reds first baseman Joey Votto took another baseball-related step in his effort to return to the club, fielding ground balls before batting practice Wednesday. Over recent days, Votto began running, taking swings and playing catch.

8/27/2014 | As Soler debuts, Turner to make first Cubs start

Wednesday's game in Cincinnati will give Cubs fans their first long look at two faces they hope will be a big part of their future as Jorge Soler will join the lineup and Jacob Turner will take the mound in his first start for Chicago. The Reds will counter with Mat Latos.

8/27/2014 | Big league birthday: Corcino makes perfect debut

Birthdays come and go with various degrees of fondness as the years pile up. But Reds pitching prospect Daniel Corcino will always remember his 24th birthday and what he did on Tuesday night. Corcino made his Major League debut out of the bullpen and pitched a 1-2-3 ninth inning vs. the Cubs. It was the lone bright spot for the Reds in a 3-0 loss at Great American Ball Park.

8/26/2014 | Cueto hurt by homers as Reds fall in shutout

It started pouring minutes into Johnny Cueto's start in the first inning. Anthony Rizzo hit a solo home run to right field three batters into the game before a delay stopped play for nearly an hour. When the skies cleared, the Reds went quietly in a 3-0 loss to the Cubs at Great American Ball Park.

8/26/2014 | Votto beginning baseball activity in recovery

Joey Votto was departing from his locker on Tuesday with a bat in one hand and a ball and glove under his arm. It was a pretty safe sign that baseball-related activity has commenced for the injured Reds first baseman.

8/26/2014 | Bailey, Reds awaiting results of injury evaluation

Injured Reds starting pitcher Homer Bailey, who has been out since Aug. 8 because of a small tear in his right flexor mass tendon near his forearm, has yet to resume throwing. Bailey was recently re-evaluated, and he and the club are still awaiting the results.

8/26/2014 | Cingrani unlikely to return to Reds this season

Starting pitcher Tony Cingrani, who has been on Triple-A Louisville's disabled list since June 26 with a left shoulder strain, has yet to resume a throwing program and isn't being counted on to help the Reds again this season.

8/26/2014 | Reds to call up Axelrod for Thursday start

Right-handed pitcher Dylan Axelrod will be recalled from Triple-A Louisville to start on Thursday vs. the Cubs, the Reds announced on Tuesday.

8/26/2014 | Winker, Howard among Reds to play in AFL

The Arizona Fall League announced its roster of players on Tuesday, and it included six Reds prospects who will play for the Surprise Saguaros. That club will be managed by Double-A Pensacola skipper Delino DeShields from the Reds' system.

8/26/2014 | AFL announces preliminary rosters for 2014 season

The Arizona Fall League announced its preliminary rosters for the 2014 season on Tuesday, and, for the second year in a row, the game's top prospect, Byron Buxton, is among myriad up-and-coming stars heading to the desert for some extra seasoning.

8/26/2014 | Proud Selig determined to remain busy

The youngest generation of baseball players and fans has never known life without Bud Selig at the helm of our pastime. All that is about to change, with Rob Manfred slated to replace Selig as Commissioner in January 2015. As easy as it would be to do, Selig isn't content to rest on his laurels and simply keep Manfred's seat warm.

8/25/2014 | Phillips likely not leaving Reds any time soon

Brandon Phillips' 10-and-5 rights are about to kick in, which will give him full no-trade protection. Those rights, plus the money he's owed, mean Phillips will likely be a member of the Reds through the end of his contract.

8/24/2014 | Reds aim to keep up dominance of Cubs

Johnny Cueto will head to the mound when the Reds open a series against Travis Wood and the Cubs on Tuesday at Great American Ball Park.

8/24/2014 | Reds survive ninth to earn split against Braves

Cincinnati scored three runs off former Reds pitcher Aaron Harang during the fourth inning and went on to a 5-3 victory over Atlanta on Sunday at Great American Ball Park.

8/24/2014 | New Urban Youth Academy a point of pride in Cincy

The Reds and MLB on Friday unveiled the newly built Urban Youth Academy, designed to offer area kids ages 7-18 the opportunity to participate in baseball and softball clinics, character development programming, and even academic tutoring and vocational training -- all free of charge.

8/24/2014 | 'Invested' Chapman shows his shoulder is fine

Aroldis Chapman volunteered to pitch a third consecutive game on Saturday, and his insistence on being available to his team, even in the dog days of August during a trying season, may have been more important than the save itself.

8/24/2014 | Price hopes Cozart's defense isn't overlooked

According to a couple of advanced statistics, Zack Cozart is the best defensive shortstop in baseball this season, and Reds manager Bryan Price has no reason to disagree with those numbers.

8/24/2014 | Harang takes on former club in series finale

Braves starter Aaron Harang returns to Great American Ball Park on Sunday to face his former club, against whom he owns a 2.16 ERA in four starts. Atlanta trails the Giants by one game for the second NL Wild Card spot.

8/23/2014 | Reds end skid at seven behind strong Leake

Right-hander Mike Leake delivered Saturday night, working 6 2/3 shutout innings and scoring the game's only run as Cincinnati edged Atlanta, 1-0, at Great American Ball Park. The Reds snapped a seven-game losing streak with the win.

8/23/2014 | After long day, Corcino ready for fresh start

Right-handed reliever Daniel Corcino was prepared to pitch on zero hours of sleep Friday while warming up in the bullpen during the Reds' 3-1 loss to the Braves.

8/23/2014 | Bailey improving, but not ready to throw

Reds manager Bryan Price said Saturday that right-hander Homer Bailey has seen progress since receiving a platelet-rich plasma injection, but he is not yet ready to begin pitching again.

8/23/2014 | 600 games in, Hannahan trying to get better

Saturday was a day for Jack Hannahan to make a rare appearance in Cincinnati's starting lineup --and to reflect on how he got there. The 34-year-old Hannahan appeared in his 600th Major League game when he started at first base against the Braves.

8/23/2014 | Chasing Giants, Braves turn to Santana vs. Reds

As the Braves fight for a National League Wild Card spot, they can count on some stability from Ervin Santana, who will try to help Atlanta erase its one-game deficit for the second NL Wild Card when the Braves take on the Reds on Saturday at Great American Ball Park.

8/22/2014 | Reds end no-no in eighth, but fall in 12th

The Reds still have not found a way to stop their losing streak, which reached a season-high-tying seven games with a 3-1 defeat to the Braves in 12 innings on Friday night at Great American Ball Park.

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