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The Cincinnati Reds finished the 2015 MLB season last in the National League Central. The Reds finished with a 64 game winning record and 36 games out of first place. Look for the 2016 MLB Reds to rebound and make a push for the MLB Playoffs.

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Finnegan: 'Reds and Pirates don't really get along very well'
       
PITTSBURGH (AP) -- Brandon Finnegan worked out of trouble all day long, and Cincinnati's lineup took care of the rest.Finnegan pitched five effective innings to help the Reds to an 8-0 victory over the reeling Pittsburgh Pirates on Sunday.Tyler Holt and Brandon Phillips had three hits apiece for last-place Cincinnati (60-82), which took the final three games of the four-game set. Holt also drove in three runs and Phillips scored three times.Pittsburgh (69-72) has dropped 11 of 13 to fall off the pace in the NL wild-card race, but Finnegan made it sound as if hurting the Pirates' playoff chances wasn't very significant for the Reds. Cincinnati lost to Pittsburgh in the 2013 wild-card game, and there has been plenty of bad blood between the teams over the years."The Pirates are always good," Finnegan said. "They have a good-hitting team. The Reds and Pirates don't really get along very well. But it's nice beating any team, especially winning a series."Finnegan (9-10) struck out seven, but allowed five hits and
       
Cincinnati Reds show new look in taking 3 of 4 from Pittsburgh
       
The Cincinnati Reds are showing what they will look like in 2017 and it looks good. The Cincinnati Reds went into Pittsburgh on Thursday with targets on their back. They came in without their Gold Glove center fielder and with their ace starter being skipped over.  They left winning three of four and showing the […] Cincinnati Reds show new look in taking 3 of 4 from Pittsburgh - Blog Red Machine - Blog Red Machine - A Cincinnati Reds Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and More
       
Fading Pirates lose 8-0 to Reds
       
PITTSBURGH (AP) The Pittsburgh Pirates are running out of time. It may already be too late. Ryan Vogelsong pitched four shaky innings in Pittsburgh's 8-0 loss to Cincinnati on Sunday, closing a disappointing four-game set against the last-place Reds. The Pirates have dropped 11 of 13 overall to fall off the pace in the NL wild-card race. After Cincinnati got to Vogelsong (3-5) for five runs in the second on its way to a big lead, Pirates manager Clint Hurdle emptied his extensive bench, giving playing time to some younger and little-used players. But Hurdle insisted he isn't throwing in the towel. ''Not yet. Not for me,'' he said. ''My vision is to get us playing better. That's my thought. I'm not going to walk out of here with anything other than knowing I have a job to do. Negative emotions, I don't carry them at all. Frustration isn't going to help me do what I need to do to get those men motivated and continue to play. Discouragement, I'm not going to go there. I don't go there. We needed to play better
       
Cincinnati Reds – Where were they on 9/11?
       
With the fifteenth anniversary of September 11th, it seems like a good time to remember where the Cincinnati Reds were in 2001. 2001 was a year of change for the Cincinnati Reds.  In left field they were transitioning from Dmitri Young to Adam Dunn under the tutelage of Bob Boone.  It was also the year […] Cincinnati Reds – Where were they on 9/11? - Blog Red Machine - Blog Red Machine - A Cincinnati Reds Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and More
       
Reds silence Pirates behind Phillips, Holt
       
The Pirates' September slide continued Sunday afternoon with the Reds' 8-0 win at PNC Park. Still mathematically alive in the National League Wild Card race, but fading fast with little time remaining, Pittsburgh has dropped 11 of its past 13 games.
       
Votto, Reds host Brewers behind Sampson
       
When the Reds and Brewers meet again for a three-game series that begins on Monday at Great American Ball Park, both clubs will have their premier hitters -- Joey Votto and Ryan Braun -- working to finish strong seasons.
       
Pirates, Reds remember 9/11 at PNC Park
       
Before taking the field Sunday afternoon, the Pirates and Reds paused to remember.
       
Sampson shifting from 'pen to rotation
       
The Reds have decided to skip Anthony DeSclafani's next turn in the rotation on Monday to give him extra rest. Keyvius Sampson will shift from the bullpen and take the start vs. the Brewers at Great American Ball Park in DeSclafani's place.
       
Simon out for season with shoulder soreness
       
The Reds had banked on having veteran pitcher Alfredo Simon as an innings-eater for the rotation when they brought him back during Spring Training on a one-year, $2 million contract. Simon was not able to deliver innings or solid work.
       
Votto celebrates birthday with 4-hit game
       
Reds manager Bryan Price was the pitching coach for the Mariners in 2004 when Ichiro Suzuki batted .429 after the All-Star break. That was the last time in Major League Baseball a player hit .400 in the second half of a season. Joey Votto could soon change that. During an 8-7 Reds win over the Pirates on Saturday -- also his 33rd birthday -- Votto was 4-for-5 with a home run to give him a .427 average in his second half.

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