Tag Archives: Cincinnati reds

Travis Snider Took a Fly Ball Off the Face

Blooper rule.

St. Louis Cardinals 1B Matt Adams Pushed a Fan, Got Flipped Off


This is What Aroldis Chapman’s Head Looks Like Now

Cincinnati Reds closer Aroldis Chapman took a line drive to his head Wednesday during a spring training game. He had […]

Todd Frazier Dove Into the Stands, Made Play of the Postseason

Todd Frazier put it all on the line last night in the National League Wild Card game. The Cincinnati Reds third baseman dove into the

Carlos Gomez Steals Home Run on Final Out of Game With Sick Leaping Grab

Walk-off hits are so passé. Walk-off web gems are the new hotness.

Homer Bailey Throws First No-Hitter of the Year, Drops F-Bomb in Postgame Interview

Cincinnati Reds pitcher Homer Bailey threw the last no-hitter of the 2012 season. Last night, he threw the first no-no of 2013.

The Chicago Cubs and Cincinnati Reds Played a Baseball Game No One Could See

The Cincinnati Reds and Chicago Cubs played a game at Wrigley Field last night. Well, we think they played a game. It was pretty goddamn

Philadelphia Phillies CF Ben Revere Makes Unbelievable Diving Catch

Well, it’s only mid-April, so calling something “the catch of the year” might be irresponsible. But what Philadelphia’s Ben Revere did last night in Cincinnati

Reds Closer Aroldis Chapman Does a Double Somersault Off the Mound After Earning a Save

Gotta love a pitcher that knows how to celebrate a win. Cinncinati Reds closer Aroldis Chapman broke out into a double front roll after striking

Cincinnati Reds’ Brandon Phillips Starts Double Play With Slick Between-the-Legs Feed

The best pass of the weekend might not have occurred during the NBA Finals or at Euro 2012. It might have come from Cincinnati Reds

Jay Bruce’s Inside-the-Park Home Run Was Pretty Eventful

Cincinnati Reds outfielder Jay Bruce isn’t the most likely guy to hit an inside-the-park home run, but when you play the Mets, anything can happen.

Lucky Reds Fan Catches Back-to-Back Home Runs

I've been to over 250 baseball games, sat in various locations of several different stadiums and not once have I ever caught a ball. 20-year-old

Father and Son Make Ridiculous Catch at Yankees Game

Catching your first baseball from a MLB game is an unforgettable experience, but making the one-of-a-kind exceptional catch is absolutely amazing.