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2018 Schedule
43-53, 5th in NL Cent
Astros come up big for AL win (2:37)
Gennett ties game with HR in 9th (0:20)

David Schoenfield ESPN Senior Writer 

Edwin Diaz leads the majors with 36 saves, a huge season the Mariners are sitting in a playoff position. In fact, the Mariners describe their game plan as "Get the ball to Eddie." So of course Scooter Gennett hits a game-tying home run off him in the bottom of the ninth, joining Fred McGriff and Ralph Kiner with game-tying homers in the ninth, and we go to extras.

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Machado trade chips dominate Futures Game

Before Manny Machado arrived for the All-Star Game, the Futures Game on Sunday was a who's who of prospects bandied about in trade talks for the Orioles shortstop and others expected to be moved before the July 31 non-waiver deadline.

David Schoenfield ESPN Senior Writer 

Taylor Trammell smashes a long fly ball to deep center and flashes two fingers to the dugout as he heads to first base to signal his second home run of the day ... only the ball hits the top of the wall and he has to settle for a standup triple. OK, I kind of like the cockiness there, but you better be sure it's out. Still, an impressive display all day from the Reds prospect.

David Schoenfield ESPN Senior Writer 

Reds outfielder Taylor Trammell had the most impressive batting practice session of anybody on the U.S. team, smashing line drives and several long home runs and he just crushed one over the fence in right-center with his pretty left-handed swing in his first at-bat in the Futures Game. The 35th pick in the 2016 draft, he's developed into of the most intriguing power-speed players in the minors.

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Peraza's 5 hits lead Reds past Cardinals, 8-2

Jose Peraza had a career-best five hits, Scooter Gennett drove in two runs and the Cincinnati Reds waited out a pair of rain delays before beating the St. Louis Cardinals 8-2 on Saturday night.

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Ramirez homers twice as Indians rattle Reds 19-4

Jose Ramirez homered twice and drove in five runs as the Cleveland Indians took out some frustrations following a brutal loss with a 19-4 thumping of the Cincinnati Reds on Wednesday night.

Marly Rivera ESPN Writer 

Carl Willis on the Dan Otero/Oliver Perez confusion: ‪"I made the mistake. I brought the wrong guy up. Not that (Dan Otero) can't get the job done; just wasn't the right match-up."

David Schoenfield ESPN Senior Writer 

Wow, what a ninth inning for the Reds. After Trevor Bauer dominated with 12 strikeouts over eight scoreless innings, the Reds scored seven off Cody Allen and Dan Otero -- all with two outs -- to take a 7-4 lead. Joey Votto's bases-loaded double plated the go-ahead runs. One deadline trade you can expect: Bullpen help for the Indians.

Marly Rivera ESPN Writer 

The Indians had a 4-0 lead at the top of the 9th inning after a brilliant outing by Trevor Bauer. The Reds scored 7 runs against the Indians bullpen in the top of the 9th and now lead 7-4.

Marly Rivera ESPN Writer 

After a pair of first inning home runs, José Ramírez (25) and Francisco Lindor (24) have a combined 49 HR this season, second-most by any duo in MLB behind J.D. Martínez and Mookie Betts (50). The Indians record for most HR before the All-Star break is 27 by Albert Belle in 1996.

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Reds expect 'nice increase' in payroll for 2019

The last-place Cincinnati Reds, who have been one of the majors' best teams over the last month, plan to increase their payroll next season, according to president of baseball operations Dick Williams.

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2018 All-Star Game rosters

Bryce Harper and Mookie Betts are set to star in D.C. Here are the complete lineups for the All-Star Game at Nationals Park.

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Team Stats

  • Batting
  • Pitching
Runs4617th
Batting Average.2604th
On Base Percentage.3412nd
Slugging Percentage.40516th
Earned Run Average4.6926th
Quality Starts3627th
WHIP1.4227th
BAA.26427th