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9/29/2014 | Assistant general manager Miller leaving Reds

Reds assistant general manager Bob Miller will be leaving the club in October when his contract expires.

9/28/2014 | Cueto first Reds hurler with 20 victories since '88

Until Johnny Cueto defeated the Pirates on Sunday, the last time the Reds had a 20-game winner, Ronald Reagan was president of the United States, the Berlin Wall was still fortified and "Don't Worry, Be Happy," by Bobby McFerrin was the No. 1 song on the charts.

9/28/2014 | Cueto helps own cause by plating go-ahead run

With the Reds and Pirates tied in the eighth inning at Great American Ball Park on Sunday, Cincinnati manager Bryan Price decided to let starter Johnny Cueto -- in search of his career-high 20th win of the season -- bat with a runner at third and one out.

9/28/2014 | Chapman's season proves historically dominant

Reds closer Aroldis Chapman turned in one of the most dominant seasons by a relief pitcher in Major League history in 2014.

9/28/2014 | Cueto does it all vs. Bucs to notch milestone 20th win

Johnny Cueto went eight stellar innings and hit a go-ahead single in the eighth to become the Reds' first 20-game winner since 1988 as Cincinnati downed the Bucs, 4-1, on Sunday at Great American Ball Park.

9/28/2014 | Hoping to tie Cards, Bucs go with Cole

With a slim chance of catching the Cardinals in the NL Central, the Pirates will face Johnny Cueto, who is seeking his 20th win, in Sunday's series finale. Gerrit Cole was selected to make the start.

9/27/2014 | Price backs up promise of playing his regulars

With a National League Central race still hanging in the balance into the season's final weekend, Reds manager Bryan Price assured the first-place Cardinals on Friday that his already-eliminated club would not simply lie down in a series vs. the second-place Pirates because some of his regulars were injured.

9/27/2014 | Reds walk off behind Santiago's grand slam

Ramon Santiago hit a walk-off grand slam in the 10th inning to give the Reds a 10-6 win over the Pirates on Saturday afternoon at Great American Ball Park.

9/27/2014 | Following review, out call at home stands

A crew chief review of a play at the plate on Saturday went against the Reds in the first inning vs. the Pirates.

9/26/2014 | September hero Liriano looks to lift Bucs into first

Looking for their 18th win this month, the Pirates -- who have already clinched home-field advantage for the NL Wild Card Game -- will turn to left-hander Francisco Liriano against Alfredo Simon and the Reds at Great American Ball Park on Saturday afternoon. Liriano looks to continue a string of stellar starting pitching for the Pirates. Pittsburgh starters have posted a 2.57 ERA in September, helping fuel the club's march toward the postseason, one that includes wins in 13 of the last 16 games.

9/26/2014 | Leake strong on mound, at plate, but Reds fall

Heading into what could be a pivotal offseason, Reds starting pitcher Mike Leake was able to exit the 2014 campaign with a strong final performance. Leake gave up one earned run and three hits over seven innings, but only had a no-decision to show for it as the Reds were handed a 3-1 loss by the Pirates on Friday night. This came despite Pittsburgh being out-hit by an 11-6 margin.

9/26/2014 | Votto taking BP, but return this weekend unlikely

The Reds have still not officially ruled out injured first baseman Joey Votto from returning this season. But it seemed highly unlikely on Friday.

9/26/2014 | Symptoms from collision remain for Hamilton

The chances of Reds rookie outfielder Billy Hamilton returning during the final series of 2014 seemed diminished on Friday. Hamilton is still feeling the effects of a mild concussion suffered on Wednesday, as well as neck and shoulder soreness.

9/26/2014 | Reds give GM Jocketty multiyear extension

With his contract set to expire at the end of this season, Reds general manager Walt Jocketty agreed to an extension to remain with the club.

9/25/2014 | Holmberg helps Reds end Brewers' playoff hopes

David Holmberg went six strong innings and Brandon Phillips hit a decisive homer as the Reds eliminated the Brewers from postseason contention with a 5-3 win on Thursday at Great American Ball Park.

9/25/2014 | Votto's status for final three games up in air

Bryan Price said before Thursday's series finale against the Brewers that Joey Votto is "feeling better," but the manager didn't say whether Votto would play in any of the remaining three games this season.

9/25/2014 | Bailey hopes to begin throwing in December

The complicated metal brace over Homer Bailey's arm is locked to keep his elbow bent at a 90-degree angle. The pitcher is still in the early stages of recovery and rehab from Sept. 5 surgery that repaired a tear in the flexor mass tendon near Bailey's right forearm.

9/25/2014 | Yet to clear concussion protocol, Hamilton out of lineup

The morning after being diagnosed with a mild concussion from a wall collision on Wednesday night, Reds center fielder Billy Hamilton was not feeling much better.

9/24/2014 | Reds held to two hits by Lohse in loss to Crew

The Reds' offense has been the worst in the Majors in the second half, as it ranks last in batting average (.219), hits (451) and on-base percentage (.275). The depths it has reached were on full display during Wednesday night's 5-0 loss to the Brewers.

9/24/2014 | Hamilton suffers mild concussion on leaping catch

Reds center fielder Billy Hamilton added to his already impressive portfolio of highlight-reel plays with a spectacular catch against the Brewers during Cincinnati's 5-0 loss on Wednesday night at Great American Ball Park, but he suffered a mild concussion while making the play.

9/24/2014 | Weeks out at second as Reds win challenge

Reds manager Bryan Price successfully challenged a play at second base in the second inning of Cincinnati's game against the Brewers at Great American Ball Park on Wednesday.

9/23/2014 | Crew hopes to improve fortunes in Cincinnati

The Brewers and Reds square off again on Wednesday at Great American Ball Park, where Cincinnati has won 13 of the last 18 contests against Milwaukee.

9/23/2014 | Cueto dominates Brewers for 19th win

Johnny Cueto earned win No. 19 on Tuesday as the Reds came away with a 3-1 victory over the Brewers at Great American Ball Park.

9/22/2014 | Solving bullpen puzzle Reds' offseason priority

When Reds players disperse for the offseason after Sunday's season finale, the front office, coaches and manager Bryan Price will quickly begin to evaluate the things that went wrong and try to figure out how to get it right again. The bullpen most certainly will be one area near the top of the list. Trying to bridge the gap from the starting pitchers in the middle innings to closer Aroldis Chapman in the ninth proved to be one of Cincinnati's biggest weaknesses.

9/20/2014 | Reds still unsure if Votto will play again in 2014

Reds first baseman Joey Votto continues to prepare himself for a possible return to the field this season. But with one week left in 2014, his activation from the disabled list did not appear very likely.

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