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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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Reds purchase Raffy Lopez’s contract; option Renda to Triple-A
       
The Cincinnati Reds purchased the contract of catcher Raffy Lopez from Triple-A Louisville and optioned infielder Tony Renda to Triple-A on Saturday. #Reds have purchased the contract of C Raffy Lopez (#61) from the @LouisvilleBats and optioned to Louisville IF Tony Renda. — Cincinnati Reds (@Reds) August 27, 2016 Cincinnati needed to add a catcher with […] The post Reds purchase Raffy Lopez’s contract; option Renda to Triple-A appeared first on Todays Knuckleball.
       
Finnegan turns to Straily for changeup advice
       
The D-backs were given a surprise of sorts by Reds starter Brandon Finnegan, as he struck them out a career-high 12 times on Friday during a 4-3 loss in 11 innings. Finnegan not only has a changeup, but he's figured out how to use it.
       
Reds add Lopez for catching depth, option Renda
       
This time when catcher Raffy Lopez was summoned from Triple-A Louisville, he could actually put on a big uniform and stay for a while. Lopez had his contract selected Saturday, while infielder Tony Renda was optioned to Louisville.
       
Finnegan tallies 12 Ks in Reds 11th inning loss
       
PHOENIX (AP) -- Brandon Drury scored the winning run on a wild pitch with two outs in the 11th inning Friday night, giving the Arizona Diamondbacks a 4-3 victory over the Cincinnati Reds.After the Diamondbacks gave up a 2-1 lead in the ninth and then rallied to tie it in the 10th, a wild pitch by Blake Wood ended the game.Drury doubled with one out off Wood (5-3) and took third on a groundout. A walk brought up Jean Segura, and Wood's first pitch bounced in front of home plate and went all the way to the backstop.Drury slid home head-first for Arizona's second extra-inning win in three nights.Edwin Escobar (1-2) got the victory with a scoreless inning.A.J. Pollock, playing his first game in the majors this season after breaking his elbow in spring training, drove in the tying run for Arizona in the 10th.The Diamondbacks trailed 3-2 when pinch-hitter Phil Gosselin drew a leadoff walk, took second on a wild pitch and went to third on a balk by Raisel Iglesias. Pollock hit a grounder and Gosselin beat the throw
       
D-backs beat Reds in 11 on walk-off wild pitch
       
PHOENIX -- Brandon Drury scored the winning run on a wild pitch with two outs in the 11th inning Friday night, giving the Arizona Diamondbacks a 4-3 victory over the Cincinnati Reds. After the Diamondbacks gave up a 2-1 lead in the ninth and then rallied to tie it in the 10th, a wild pitch by Blake Wood ended the game. Drury doubled with one out off Wood (5-3) and took third on a groundout. A walk brought up Jean Segura, and Wood's first pitch bounced in front of home plate and went all the way to the backstop. Drury slid home head-first for Arizona's second extra-inning win in three nights. Edwin Escobar (1-2) got the victory with a scoreless inning. A.J. Pollock, playing his first game in the majors this season after breaking his elbow in spring training, drove in the tying run for Arizona in the 10th. The Diamondbacks trailed 3-2 when pinch-hitter Phil Gosselin drew a leadoff walk, took second on a wild pitch and went to third on a balk by Raisel Iglesias. Pollock hit a grounder and Gosselin beat the throw
       
Reds can't capitalize on rallies in 9th and 10th
       
After blowing a lead in the ninth inning and and having to rally after falling behind in the 10th, Brandon Drury scored on a wild pitch in the bottom of the 11th to lift the D-backs to a 4-3 win over the Reds in the series opener at Chase Field on Friday night.
       
WATCH: Big Papi holds Aly Raisman's medals during her first pitch
       
So this is now something of a trend, and it’s a good one. After Katie Ledecky handed off her collection of medals to Bryce Harper earlier this week, and then threw a strike. Tonight, it was Boston-area native Aly Raisman’s turn at Fenway, and she didn’t disappoint, transferring her medals to David Ortiz before throwing her own first pitch. Ortiz had the proper reaction, as well: That’s fantastic stuff. Our Hometown Olympic Gold Medalist Ally Raisman let Big Papi wear her medals and she threw the first pitch. pic.twitter.com/YM46cfgtQm — Liz Covart (@lizcovart) August 26, 2016 I'm loving this "woman Olympian has baseball star hold her medals while throwing out first pitch" theme. https://t.co/u4vmZWhkPt — Abby Swingen (@AbbySwingen) August 26, 2016 Here is the video of an interview later in the game with a clip of the pitch itself (via cjzero) Frankly, touring ballparks and throwing out first pitches is how Olympians should spend their time between Olympic years. Maybe we could ge
       
Eager Cozart anticipates return this weekend
       
Reds shortstop Zack Cozart is really itching to play again, especially since he is no longer bothered by the left Achilles tendon inflammation that's kept him out of the lineup since Aug. 17.
       
Dan Straily goes 6 innings as Reds beat Rangers 3-0
       
CINCINNATI (AP) Dan Straily extended his surge since the All-Star break by pitching six innings and Joey Votto drove in a pair of runs to lead the Cincinnati Reds over the Texas Rangers 3-0 on Tuesday night. A day after losing to the Dodgers 18-9, the Reds won a close one against a Rangers team that has been shut out three times in its last nine games. Straily (10-6) hasn't allowed more than two runs in any of his eight starts since the break, going 6-0. He gave up three singles and two walks. Raisel Iglesias gave up two hits in the seventh but escaped the threat with two strikeouts. Tony Cingrani gave two walks in the ninth before retiring Ryan Rua on a grounder to complete his 16th save in 21 chances. Votto singled home a run in the sixth off left-hander Derek Holland (5-6), who had been on the disabled list since June 22 with an inflamed pitching shoulder.
       
Report: Blue Jays, Reds discussed Votto trade last season
       
Former NL MVP Joey Votto has been a Cincinnati Red for his entire 10-season MLB career. But was he actually close to becoming a Toronto Blue Jay last season? According to a report by Richard Griffin of the Toronto Star on Monday, the Blue Jays and the Reds “were beginning serious discussions” at last year’s trade deadline about a Votto trade. However, talks were said to have “never gained momentum” as Toronto pursued (and pulled off) deals for Troy Tulowitzki and David Price instead. The 32-year-old Votto was actually born in Toronto and grew up in Etobicoke, an administrative district within the Toronto metropolitan area. Griffin also notes that Votto is under contract through 2023 and is still owed approximately $182 million guaranteed with a $7 million buyout for 2024, thanks to a 10-year, $225 million extension he signed with the Reds in 2012. The Blue Jays didn’t (and still don’t) have many lefty bats outside of Michael Saunders and the switch-hitting Justin Smoak. With the Reds seemingl

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