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7/26/2015 | Tough for teammates to say goodbye to Cueto

Even before the Reds' 17-7 loss to the Rockies, Sunday was already shaping up to be a tough day at the ballpark. A little over an hour before first pitch, Cincinnati traded ace Johnny Cueto.

7/26/2015 | Lynn, Cardinals set to renew rivalry with Reds

The Cardinals and Reds have had a National League Central rivalry for years. But lately, it's been largely one-sided in favor of St. Louis. Amid a myriad of rumors in the final days before the non-waiver Trade Deadline, Cincinnati will seek better fortunes in a three-game series that opens Monday at Busch Stadium.

7/26/2015 | Analyzing prospects in Cueto deal

Looking to go one step further than they did in 2014, the Royals found a true No. 1 starter for their rotation on Sunday. They acquired Johnny Cueto from the Reds in exchange for three promising left-handers: Brandon Finnegan, Cody Reed and John Lamb.

7/26/2015 | CarGo, Paulsen key Rockies' rout of Reds

Behind an emphatic 10-run third inning, the Rockies cruised to a 17-7 win and a series victory over the Reds on Sunday afternoon at Coors Field.

7/26/2015 | Reds land 3 young arms in exchange for Cueto

The best pitcher developed by the Reds in a generation, ace Johnny Cueto was traded to the Royals on Sunday for three left-handed pitching prospects.

7/26/2015 | Royals excited to acquire Cueto from Reds

Johnny Cueto is heading to Kansas City. One day after the Reds' ace was almost dealt to the Royals in advance of his dominant start against the Rockies, the two teams agreed to a deal that was officially announced on Sunday afternoon. In exchange for Cueto, the Royals dealt left-handers Brandon Finnegan, John Lamb and Cody Reed to Cincinnati.

7/25/2015 | Cueto nearly traded before dominating Rockies

Each of Johnny Cueto's recent starts has been performed under a cloud of potentially being the ace's final one in a Reds uniform. But Saturday's 5-2 win over the Rockies provided an even tougher distraction for Cueto to pitch through.

7/25/2015 | Kendrick, Rockies set for rubber game vs. Reds

The Reds and Rockies will conclude their three-game series on Sunday at Coors Field -- with Cincinnati sending right-hander Michael Lorenzen (3-4, 3.77 ERA) to the hill opposite Colorado's Kyle Kendrick (3-11, 6.12).

7/25/2015 | Cueto, Frazier lead charge to beat Rockies

In quite possibly his final start with the Reds, Johnny Cueto delivered eight scoreless innings, and Todd Frazier crushed his 100th career homer to give Cincinnati a 5-2 win over the Rockies on Saturday night at Coors Field.

7/25/2015 | Uncertainty ahead of Deadline not consuming Price

Reds manager Bryan Price is not letting the uncertainty of the next week before the Trade Deadline consume him as rumors swirl around several veteran players on his team.

7/25/2015 | Hoover off his game in second straight outing

In his first 42 appearances of the 2015 season, Reds reliever J.J. Hoover allowed zero home runs. Over his last two games, Hoover has given up two homers and both were deflating in the late innings.

7/24/2015 | Price has contingency in place if Reds make trade

Although Reds general manager Walt Jocketty and the front office have yet to pull off any deals ahead of next Friday's non-waiver Trade Deadline, the field staff has already made some contingency plans in case pitchers and players are moved.

7/24/2015 | All eyes on Cueto as Reds square off vs. Rockies

The Rockies and Reds will resume their three-game series on Saturday night at Coors Field -- with Colorado sending left-hander Chris Rusin (3-3, 3.88 ERA) to the hill opposite Cincinnati's Johnny Cueto (6-6, 2.79).

7/24/2015 | Rockies top Reds on walk-off wild pitch

Charlie Blackmon was rewarded for aggressive baserunning in the ninth inning when he scored on a wild pitch as the Rockies sent the Reds to their fifth loss in the last seven games, 6-5, on Friday night at Coors Field.

7/23/2015 | Reds won't be impulse sellers at Deadline

One of the most-watched sellers because of both the quality and volume of their movable assets, the Reds could certainly start the dealing frenzy by making the first move. However, nothing appears to be close.

7/23/2015 | Top 20 jerseys revealed, dominated by youth

The Most Popular Jerseys rankings, traditionally dominated by Derek Jeter before No. 2's exit last year, have a new and younger look with Giants ace Madison Bumgarner and Cubs rookie third baseman Kris Bryant making their debuts on the list at Nos. 1-2, respectively.

7/22/2015 | Votto reaches base nine times in one day

Joey Votto has long been regarded as one of baseball's best at getting on base. During Wednesday's day-night doubleheader vs. the Cubs, the Reds' first baseman made it a historic feat, reaching base nine times.

7/22/2015 | Price-Maddon chess match goes Cubs' way

A key decision by Bryan Price backfired during the Cubs' third-inning rally in the Reds' 6-5 loss in the nightcap of Wednesday's doubleheader, but the manager stood by the move the preceded Kris Bryant's game-tying pinch-hit single.

7/22/2015 | Rookies DeSclafani, Butler set to face off

A pair of rookie starters will take the mound when the Reds travel to Coors Field on Friday to start a three-game series against the Rockies. First pitch is at 6:40 p.m. MT.

7/22/2015 | Reds get 1st pick in Competitive Balance Round A

In a drawing conducted in New York, the Reds received the first selection in Competitive Balance Round A, which immediately follows the first round of the 2016 MLB Draft.

7/22/2015 | Trade talk? Leake tunes it out in superb start

If Wednesday was Mike Leake's final home start in a Reds uniform at Great American Ball Park, he certainly gave the fans something positive to talk about.

7/22/2015 | Competitive Balance Lottery pays out 12 Draft picks

Two portions of Major League Baseball's 2016 First-Year Player Draft were set Wednesday when the Competitive Balance Lottery was held at the Commissioner's Office in New York.

7/22/2015 | Reds' big bats back masterful Leake

In what could have been his final home start as a Red at Great American Ball Park, Mike Leake made it a smooth one. Leake dealt eight innings and got plenty of support in the Reds' 9-1 victory over the Cubs in Game 1 of a day-night doubleheader on Wednesday.

7/22/2015 | Review takes unexpected turn for Price, Reds

When arguing that Chris Coghlan's triple should be ruled a double on Tuesday vs. the Cubs, Reds manager Bryan Price never dreamed of the outcome that resulted.

7/22/2015 | Hoover unable to close door in Chapman's stead

There haven't been many times this season that Aroldis Chapman was unavailable to close a game for the Reds. Tuesday proved to be unfortunate timing for Chapman to need a night off during the Reds' 5-4 loss to the Cubs in 13 innings.

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