Cincinnati Reds

Former Cincinnati Bengals president and part owner John Sawyer died Thursday morning at a queen city retirement home at the age of 90.

Baseball Commissioner Rob Manfred says Pete Rose will play an undetermined role during the All-Star Game in Cincinnati this summer.

It’s almost opening day for the Cincinnati Reds and Cleveland Indians, and many Ohioans are interested in getting tickets to those games.

Government offices and banks were closed today for Presidents' Day.

Major League Baseball Commissioner Bud Selig will join Cincinnati Reds officials and players today to cut the ribbon on a baseball urban youth academy.

Rose May Participate In 2015 All-Star Game

Jul 16, 2014

Former Cincinnati Reds great and baseball's all time hits leader Pete Rose may have a role to play in next year's All-Star game in the Queen City, despite his lifetime ban from the sport.


Funeral services are pending for a pitcher who helped the Cincinnati Reds reach the 1961 World Series.

A Hamilton County judge today set bond at 40 thousand dollars for a Los Angeles Dodgers fan charged with trying to skirt his lifetime ban from the Cincinnati Reds' ballpark.

Former Cincinnati Reds outfielder Paul Blair died last night at the age of 69.

The Cincinnati Reds have named pitching coach Bryan Price as the team's new manager.

Reds Fire Baker

Oct 4, 2013

The Cincinnati Reds today fired manager Dusty Baker.

The Cincinnati Reds say radio broadcaster Marty Brennaman has signed a three-year contract extension.

The Cincinnati Reds are asking Hamilton County Commissioners to spend taxpayer dollars to help the team host the 2015 Major League Baseball All-Star Game.

Jackets Win Fourth Consecutive Game

Apr 16, 2013

Nick Foligno scored the game winner in overtime as the Columbus Blue Jackets kept their playoff hopes alive with a 4-3 win over host Colorado last night.

Reds Drop Season Opener

Apr 2, 2013

Chris Iannetta's bases-loaded single in the 13th inning lifted the Los Angeles Angels over host Cincinnati 3-1 yesterday in the season opener for both teams.

Cincinnati Reds third base coach Mark Berry says he will begin treatment next month for cancer found in his tonsils and lymph nodes in his neck.