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This amazing photo was snapped during the Cincinnati Reds game

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This is What Aroldis Chapman’s Head Looks Like Now

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Cincinnati Reds closer Aroldis Chapman took a line drive to his head Wednesday during a spring training game.

Pittsburgh Pirates

Wife of Reds pitcher Mat Latos attacked by Pirates fan

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Drunken stupidity continues to be a problem at sporting events.

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

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Todd Frazier put it all on the line last night in the National League Wild Card game.

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

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Cincinnati Reds pitcher Homer Bailey threw the last no-hitter of the 2012 season.

Starling Marte catch

Starling Marte made an unbelievable catch to end an inning

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With two outs in the third inning, Pirates left fielder Starling Marte stretched out for a ball off the bat of Brandon Phillips and robbed him of an extra base hit.

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

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The Cincinnati Reds and Chicago Cubs played a game at Wrigley Field last night.

Cincinnati Reds

Bronson Arroyo deadlifted more than you when he was 8-years-old

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For most pitchers, 36-years-old mark the twilight of their career.

Philadelphia Phillies

Philadelphia Phillies CF Ben Revere Makes Unbelievable Diving Catch

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Well, it’s only mid-April, so calling something “the catch of the year” might be irresponsible.

Tim Lincecum champagne facial

Tim Lincecum: ‘Now I know what chicks feel like’ after getting a champagne facial

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The Giants advanced to the NLCS with a 6-4 victory over the Reds this afternoon.

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

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The best pass of the weekend might not have occurred during the NBA Finals or at Euro 2012.

New York Mets

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

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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.


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