• Reds fan loses more than his nachos in epic fall trying to catch home run ball

    Reds fan loses more than his nachos in epic fall trying to catch home run ball

    The Cincinnati Reds hit six home runs in Thursday night’s loss to the Arizona Diamondbacks, but one fan lost even more trying to catch one of those homers for his son. Eugenio Suarez, 29, hit his
  • Joey Votto turns wild triple play in Reds’ comeback win

    Joey Votto turns wild triple play in Reds’ comeback win

    Joey Votto pulled off the Reds’ first triple play Saturday since they did so against the Yankees in 2017. With runners on the corners and Cincinnati trailing by a run in the eighth inning against
  • Benches clear in Reds-Cardinals game after play at plate, taunts

    Benches clear in Reds-Cardinals game after play at plate, taunts

    The Reds and Cardinals didn’t throw any punches, but risk being hit hard by MLB after their benches cleared during the fourth inning of their game Saturday in Cincinnati. The incident occurred
  • Should Thom Brennaman be forgiven? Announcer sounds off on complicated redemption

    Should Thom Brennaman be forgiven? Announcer sounds off on complicated redemption

    Thom Brennaman may very well have destroyed his career last month when he uttered a gay slur on air, and there are many who would be just fine with never hearing from the Cincinnati Reds broadcaster again. “Believe me, I know there are a lot of people who are still very angry and I understand …
  • Brewers, Reds not playing in protest of Jacob Blake shooting

    Brewers, Reds not playing in protest of Jacob Blake shooting

    The Milwaukee Brewers and Cincinnati Reds agreed not to play Wednesday night in protest of Sunday’s police shooting of an unarmed Black man in Wisconsin, The Post’s Joel Sherman confirmed. The joint decision came after the NBA postponed all three playoff games Wednesday in Orlando, Fla., an unprecedented move that came in response to the …
  • Thom Brennaman’s slur was wrong but so is selective justice

    Thom Brennaman’s slur was wrong but so is selective justice

    Who’d a thunk it? In our exchanges, he’d never even cussed. Can’t say the same for myself. I know Fox and Reds broadcaster Thom Brennaman long enough to be shocked that he’d speak a slur for homosexuals — the F-word — even when he thought he was off the air, let alone while attached to …
  • Thom Brennaman’s slur apology was awkwardly interrupted by Reds home run

    Thom Brennaman’s slur apology was awkwardly interrupted by Reds home run

    The Reds gave Thom Brennaman a chance to apologize Wednesday night on air after his homophobic slur was broadcast to Fox Sports Ohio viewers over a hot mic. However, the 56-year-old’s mea culpa — for saying “one of the f-g capitals of the world,” to the shock of viewers — was interrupted by a Nick …
  • Reds announcer Thom Brennaman suspended after using homophobic slur

    Reds announcer Thom Brennaman suspended after using homophobic slur

    Longtime play-by-play man for the Cincinnati Reds Thom Brennaman was suspended indefinitely Wednesday and acknowledged his career might be over after video showed him using a homophobic slur on a hot mic earlier in the day. Brennaman was pulled from the broadcast booth by the Reds after he said, “One of the f-g capitals of …
  • Reds game postponed as player tests positive for coronavirus

    Reds game postponed as player tests positive for coronavirus

    MLB was forced to postpone games Saturday and Sunday between the Reds and Pirates in Cincinnati after an unidentified Reds player tested positive for the coronavirus a day before, The Post’s Joel Sherman reported. The development comes as baseball was in the process of recovering from two separate coronavirus outbreaks on the Marlins and Cardinals …
  • Angry Reds are on other side of MLB’s coronavirus dilemma

    Angry Reds are on other side of MLB’s coronavirus dilemma

    MLB has recently come under fire for being too disorganized in how it has handled the Marlins’ coronavirus outbreak. Now, the league is receiving gripes for being too strict in its protocols. Cincinnati Reds second baseman Mike Moustakas and outfielder Nick Senzel will appeal a ruling that has forced them to miss games, according to …