Bronson Arroyo Band Concert: Sat December 8th @ RedsFest

Bronson Arroyo Band Concert: Sat December 8th @ RedsFest Time TBA, visit RedsFest website for details

http://cincinnati.reds.mlb.com/cin/fan_forum/redsfest.jsp

Bronson will be signing CD's on Friday and Saturday Dec 7 & 8 @ RedsFest

Bronson will be signing CD's on Friday and Saturday Dec 7 & 8 @ RedsFest

Follow the link below to visit the Redsfest page on the Reds website.

http://cincinnati.reds.mlb.com/cin/fan_forum/redsfest.jsp

Five-run fourth propels Reds to victory 8/17/12

CINCINNATI -- No team in the Majors has been better than the Reds since the All-Star break, and it's staggering to think that their 25-9 second-half record includes a five-game losing streak last week.

Ryan Ludwick and Todd Frazier have been among those that have played significant roles in the big surge. And just this week, Jay Bruce has started to get into the act, too. In a 7-3 Reds win over the Cubs on Friday that included a five-run fourth inning, all three players supplied power by going deep with home runs.

Reds reward Arroyo with late rally at Wrigley 8/11/12

CHICAGO -- The heart of their lineup is still missing, but the Reds keep finding ways to survive and lead the National League Central race as the season reaches mid-August.

What happened on Saturday afternoon at Wrigley Field was just the latest example, as the shorthanded Reds beat the Cubs, 4-2, despite missing first baseman Joey Votto (knee surgery), third baseman Scott Rolen (lower back pain) and slumping right fielder Jay Bruce.

Bats back Arroyo's gem as Reds solve Cards 4/19/12

ST. LOUIS -- When the Reds really needed it most, Bronson Arroyo pitched a superb game. So far this season, even that hadn't always been good enough.

But it was sufficient on Thursday during a 6-3 Reds victory over the Cardinals at Busch Stadium. Arroyo pitched eight innings and got the backup from the lineup that his start deserved. It gave him his first win of the season and the rotation its first "W" since Opening Day.

Redsfest tickets go on sale Wednesday 11/09/2011- Bronson will be appearing at RedsFest Dec 2 and 3rd, 2011. This appearance will include his ONLY area off-season Concert on Saturday Dec 3rd, Time TBA. Bronson will be Available to Sign copies of his CD..

Bronson will be appearing at RedsFest Dec 2 and 3rd, 2011. This appearance will include his ONLY area off-season Concert on Saturday Dec 3rd, Time TBA. Bronson will be Available to Sign copies of his CD After the Concert.

"Tickets to the annual Redsfest fan festival at Duke Energy Convention Center on Dec. 2-3 will go on sale Wednesday at reds.com, by phone at 513-381-REDS or at the Great American Ball Park box office and Ticketmaster outlets.

Arroyo to keynote event for local coaches- Great American Strength and Conditioning Symposium is Nov. 19

CINCINNATI -- Strength coaches and athletic trainers from Cincinnati's professional and collegiate teams and Reds pitcher Bronson Arroyo will be joining forces for an event called the 2011 Great American Strength and Conditioning Symposium.

Scheduled for Nov. 19 from 7 a.m.-6 p.m. ET at the Champions Club inside Great American Ball Park and organized by Reds strength and conditioning coordinator Matt Krause, the program is for school trainers, coaches, physical therapists and parents. Among the topics to be covered are baseball, basketball, golf, football, nutrition and rehab.

Reds squeeze out a victory over Mets

NEW YORK -- Even in Game No. 161. with the end of the season almost here, the Reds found themselves grinding out a dogfight of a game in extra innings.

To get a 5-4, 13-inning win over the Mets, the Reds turned to their bag of tricks, with a suicide squeeze by Drew Stubbs scoring Juan Francisco with the go-ahead run.

With one out in the top of the 13th against reliever Dale Thayer, Francisco slugged a triple to the center-field wall with a slide into third that barely beat the tag. Next up was Drew Stubbs, who bunted toward third base as Francisco broke for home.

Reds squander opportunities, fall in 10 8/2/11

HOUSTON -- Monday night essentially summed up the maddening enigma the Reds have been this season.

It wasn't just that the Reds lost another heartbreaker -- this time a 4-3 defeat to the Astros in 10 innings. It wasn't just what they didn't have over the first nine innings -- a clutch hit, as they were 3-for-17 with runners in scoring position.