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Cincinnati's Plan to Play Without a True Shortstop Backfired Immediately

Welcome to the first installment of The Opener, where every weekday morning you’ll get a fresh, topical column to start your day from one of SI.com’s MLB writers. At a time when fewer balls are put in play than ever, Major League Baseball’s oldest franchise is conducting a thoroughly modern baseball experiment: How much does defense really matter?
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Cincinnati Reds: Base running blunders cannot happen again

Despite the five-run disparity on the scoreboard that makes yesterday’s game look more lopsided than it actually was, there’s a lot of positives to take away from the Cincinnati Reds‘ Opening Day defeat at the hands of the St. Louis Cardinals. But, the one thing that cannot happen again is a careless base running blunder.
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Reds news: Jose Garcia and Mark Payton headline alternate site roster

The Cincinnati Reds have released their alternate training site roster, with Jose Garcia and Mark Payton headlining the names headed to Louisville. With the minor league season pushed back until early May, the group of players will play several exhibition games in the coming weeks. Payton was one of the...
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Goldschmidt, Arenado deliver, Cards open fast, top Reds 11-6

CINCINNATI -- — Paul Goldschmidt, Nolan Arenado and the boosted St. Louis Cardinals started with quite a burst. Goldschmidt and the newly acquired Arenado combined for six hits and the Cardinals roughed up Luis Castillo for six runs in the first inning to beat the Cincinnati Reds 11-6 Thursday. Even...

Jonathan India’s Reds debut: The Breakdown

There’s an old saying in baseball that whenever you are making your debut that the ball will find you, and on Opening Day that’s exactly what happened to Jonathan India. The first batter of the game hit a ground ball right to him at second base. “I knew it was...

Barry Larkin, John Sadak Begin New Era For Reds TV

For the first time in five decades, there won't be a Brennaman in the broadcast booth for the Reds Opening Day. Hall of Fame Reds shortstop Barry Larkin debuts as an analyst on the Reds TV team with new play-by-play announcer John Sadak, a CBS Sports Network and Westwood One radio announcer.
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Reacts - How good can these Cincinnati Reds really be?

Welcome to SB Nation Reacts, a survey of fans across MLB. Each week, we send out questions to the most plugged-in Cincinnati Reds fans, and fans across the country. Sign up here to join Reacts. Baseball returned in its fullest form Thursday since 2019. But with it comes all the...
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First inning dooms Reds in Opening Day loss to Cardinals

Luis Castillo gives up six runs in first and eight runs in start. Good feelings, or good vibes as shortstop Eugenio Suarez likes to call them, pervade every Opening Day in Cincinnati. It doesn’t matter how the Cincinnati Reds performed in spring training — and they were the worst team in baseball this March. It doesn’t matter what they did or didn’t do in the offseason. It doesn’t matter what the oddsmakers think of the team’s chances.
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Cincinnati Reds: 3 overreactions from Opening Day loss

The Cincinnati Reds did not get off to a fast start yesterday, falling to the St. Louis Cardinals 11-6. After inducing a ground ball out to the first batter he faced, Luis Castillo allowed the next five Cardinal hitters to reach safely and Dylan Carlson cleared what was left on the base paths with a three-run home run. St. Louis led 6-0 after the first half inning.
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Cincinnati Reds Opening Day: What fans need to know

The Major League Baseball season starts Thursday with all 30 teams scheduled to play their first games on the same day for the first time since 1968. Here’s what fans need to know about Opening Day in Cincinnati:. The matchup: The Cincinnati Reds play the St. Louis Cardinals at 4:10...

How you can stream Cincinnati Reds games this year

CINCINNATI — We're at the start of a new Cincinnati Reds season, but for some fans the season's already slipping away because they can no longer watch the games on their TV. Thousands of Reds fans who cut the cord from Spectrum cable a few years ago are discovering they are now unable to stream the games.
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India cherishes first big-league game with Reds

Second baseman goes 2-for-4 in debut three years after being drafted. As Jonathan India coasted into second base after his first big-league hit Thursday, Cincinnati Reds legend Barry Larkin, who was also enjoying his first day at a new job, had some advice on the Bally Sports Ohio broadcast. “Get...