Nick Masset had a rough go of things Tuesday night as the Bats fell 10-7.
Donnie Joseph, who was stellar in his time with the Bats, has been traded by the Reds to the Kansas City Royals.
Base path burner Billy Hamilton probably not headed for Louisville this season; but Cincinnati might call him up for September pennant drive.
The current Cincinnati Reds are over half former Bats, with that in mind let's take a look at these guys who have formerly worn the Louisville purple and black.
Young baseball and softball fans of all skill levels are invited to join the official Cincinnati Reds summer camp, which will offer professional instruction and a full week of team- and friendship-building for the first time in Louisville this June.
A player and a coach got thrown out of Friday night's pitching duel. While Edinson Volquez had a strong outing, the Bats lost the home series opener against the Indianapolis Indians 3-2.
Louisville-area residents can purchase discounted tickets for Sunday's 1:10 p.m. game against the St. Louis Cardinals in what is being dubbed Louisville Community Day at Great American Ball Park.
Highly-touted pitching prospect Aroldis Chapman will start the baseball season with the Louisville Bats. You better catch a glimpse of him while you can.
After the Bengals faded away last weekend, my attention goes back to the hard ball and how the Reds are in first place (for now).
The Game 4 hero from the 2005 NLDS gets signed by the Reds to a minor league deal, placing him squarely at our own Louisville Slugger Field.
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