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Reds' Kyle Farmer: Running hot at plate

Farmer went 3-for-4 with a double in Monday's 4-3 loss to the Phillies. Since returning to the lineup Aug. 9 after a one-game absence due to a stiff neck, Farmer has been one of the hottest hitters in the Cincinnati starting nine. Over the past six contests, Farmer has gone 12-for-25 with a double, a walk, three RBI and one run. He'll be back in the lineup again Tuesday, batting third and manning the hot corner.
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Reds' Kyle Farmer: Ready to go Tuesday

Farmer (neck) is starting at third base and batting third Tuesday against the Mets. Farmer is back in the lineup after missing Monday's contest with a sore neck. The 31-year-old has gone 3-for-17 with an RBI and a run scored over six games in August.
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Reds' Kyle Farmer: Scratched with sore neck

Farmer was scratched from the lineup for Monday's game against the Mets due neck stiffness, C. Trent Rosecrans of The Athletic reports. Farmer was originally slated to play third base and hit fifth Monday, but he will be unable to go due to a sore neck. Mike Moustakas will man the hot corner in Farmer's place, and Donovan Solano will serve as the Reds' designated hitter.
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Cincinnati Reds' Shortstop Kyle Farmer Is Ready to Come out of the Corn for MLB Field of Dreams Game

Is just a week away, and the Cincinnati Reds are ready for it. During the Aug. 11 game that acts as an homage to the classic baseball film Field of Dreams, the Reds will take on the Chicago Cubs in Dyersville, Iowa. It will be just the second such game ever, with the first occurring in 2021 between the Chicago White Sox and New York Yankees.
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Why Jose Barrero is now the Reds starting shortstop over Kyle Farmer

MIAMI –– Over the last week, the Cincinnati Reds traded five key big leaguers for prospects in an effort to improve the team’s long-term outlook. Now, on the MLB roster, they’re making more decisions that are prioritizing the future. The Reds activated shortstop Jose Barrero, a top prospect, on Wednesday, and he’ll be the Reds’ starting shortstop going forward. With Barrero, 24, filling that spot, Kyle Farmer will get the bulk of his playing time at third base going...
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Reds' Kyle Farmer: Takes seat Wednesday

Farmer isn't starting Wednesday against Miami. Farmer was hit by two pitches Tuesday against the Marlins, but it's not clear whether his absence from Wednesday's lineup is related. Jose Barrero is starting at shortstop and batting eighth after he was called up Wednesday.
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Barry Larkin says he would sign Kyle Farmer to long-term deal, make him Reds' captain

Analysts say a lot of things during the course of a Major League Baseball game, but there was one thing National Baseball Hall of Famer, former Cincinnati Reds great and Bally Sports Ohio analyst Barry Larkin said during the 3rd inning of the Reds' 11-2 win Monday night against the Miami Marlins at Great American Ball Park that had him trending on Twitter. ...
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Reds' Nick Senzel, Kyle Farmer, and Joey Votto Out vs. Rays

The first two games of the series against the Tampa Bay Rays have gone so well that the Cincinnati Reds can afford to rest two of their key players in Sunday’s series finale. Centerfielder Nick Senzel and shortstop Kyle Farmer were given the day off, while Joey Votto remains out with a back injury.
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Reds' Kyle Farmer: Takes seat Sunday

Farmer is out of the lineup for Sunday's game against the Rays. After a three-game absence to begin the week due to a hand injury, Farmer returned to the lineup Wednesday and started in each of the Reds' last five contests, going 2-for-19 with a double, two runs and an RBI during that stretch. Farmer isn't believed to have suffered any sort of setback with his hand, so his absence from the lineup Sunday is likely just a maintenance day. Matt Reynolds will fill in for Farmer at shortstop.
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Reds' Kyle Farmer: Returns to lineup

Farmer (hand) is starting Wednesday's game against the Mets. Farmer didn't appear in any of the last three games due to a hand injury, but he'll start at shortstop and bat cleanup Wednesday. Over his last five games, he's gone 5-for-16 with an RBI, two walks and three strikeouts.
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Reds' Kyle Farmer: Remains out Tuesday

Farmer (hand) is out of the lineup for Tuesday's game against the Mets. Farmer's hand injury will keep him on the bench for the third game in a row, but the Reds seemingly have optimism he'll avoid a trip to the injured list. According to Charlie Goldsmith of The Cincinnati Enquirer, manager David Bell said Farmer was re-evaluated Tuesday and received more good news, though the skipper didn't go into any specifics. Matt Reynolds will fill in at shortstop and should operate as the primary option at the position for however long Farmer is sidelined.
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Reds' Kyle Farmer: Could miss more time

Farmer (hand) "likely won't start in the next couple days," according to Charlie Goldsmith of The Cincinnati Enquirer. Farmer remains on the active roster for now, but he was spotted wearing a soft cast on his injured hand, and it appears he will miss more time. Matt Reynolds will likely serve as Cincinnati's top shortstop until Farmer is ready to return.
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Reds' Kyle Farmer: Remains in reserve role

Farmer (hand) is not in the lineup for Monday's game against the Mets. Farmer will sit for a second straight day as a result of the hand injury he picked up Saturday. Matt Reynolds will man the shortstop position for a second straight day.
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Kyle Farmer exits game after hit by pitch, Reds manager David Bell ejected for arguing

Kyle Farmer, one of the most indispensable players on the Cincinnati Reds’ roster, exited Saturday’s 4-1 loss against Atlanta after he was hit by a 100-mph fastball on his left hand in the fifth inning. Farmer was in obvious pain after he was hit on the fourth pitch of his second at-bat versus Atlanta rookie Spencer Strider, who had yet to give up a hit. He's previously broken the bone at the bottom of his wrist, and that...
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Reds' Kyle Farmer: X-rays negative

X-rays on Farmer's hand were negative after he was forced to leave Saturday's game, Mark Sheldon of MLB.com reports. Farmer said he initially thought he broke his hand when he was plunked by a Spencer Strider pitch in the fifth inning. It sounds like everything is structurally sound, though Farmer admitted he could miss a game or two. The shortstop is not a fantasy superstar, but he has a respectable .280/.345/.411 line with five homers and four steals this season.
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