2018 Cincinnati Reds season

The 2018 Cincinnati Reds season was the 149th season for the franchise in Major League Baseball, and their 16th at Great American Ball Park in Cincinnati.

2018 Cincinnati Reds
Major League affiliations
Location
Results
Record67–95 (.414)
Divisional place5th
Other information
Owner(s)Bob Castellini
General manager(s)Dick Williams, Nick Krall
Manager(s)Bryan Price (through April 18)
Jim Riggleman (starting April 19)
Local televisionFox Sports Ohio
(Thom Brennaman, Chris Welsh, George Grande, Jeff Brantley, Jim Day, Jeff Piecoro)
Local radioWLW (700 AM)
Reds Radio Network
(Marty Brennaman, Jeff Brantley, Jim Day, Thom Brennaman, Doug Flynn, Chris Welsh)
StatsESPN.com
BB-reference
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Offseason

Transactions

November 2, 2017 SS Zack Cozart elected free agency. Cozart signed a three-year, $38 million contract with the Los Angeles Angels on December 15, 2017.[1]
December 27, 2017 Signed RHP Jared Hughes to a two-year, $4.5 million contract.[2]
January 12, 2018 Signed OF Billy Hamilton to a one-year, $4.6 million contract, avoiding arbitration.[3]
January 12, 2018 Signed RHP Anthony DeSclafani to a one-year, $860,000 contract, avoiding arbitration.[3]
January 12, 2018 Signed RHP Michael Lorenzen to a one-year, $1.31 million contract, avoiding arbitration.[3]
January 30, 2018 Signed RHP David Hernandez to a two-year, $5 million contract.[4]
February 6, 2018 Signed 3B Eugenio Suárez to a one-year, $3.75 million contract, settling in arbitration.[5]
February 17, 2018 Signed 2B Scooter Gennett to a one-year, $5.7 million contract, settling in arbitration.[6]
March 16, 2018 Signed 3B Eugenio Suárez to a six-year, $66 million contract extension, including a club option for 2025.[7]

Standings

National League Central

NL Central W L Pct. GB Home Road
Milwaukee Brewers 9667 0.589 51–30 45–37
Chicago Cubs 9568 0.583 1 51–31 44–37
St. Louis Cardinals 8874 0.543 43–38 45–36
Pittsburgh Pirates 8279 0.509 13 44–36 38–43
Cincinnati Reds 6795 0.414 28½ 37–44 30–51

National League Wildcard

Division Leaders W L Pct.
Milwaukee Brewers 9667 0.589
Los Angeles Dodgers 9271 0.564
Atlanta Braves 9072 0.556


Wild Card teams
(Top 2 teams qualify for postseason)
W L Pct. GB
Chicago Cubs 9568 0.583 +4
Colorado Rockies 9172 0.558
St. Louis Cardinals 8874 0.543
Pittsburgh Pirates 8279 0.509 8
Arizona Diamondbacks 8280 0.506
Washington Nationals 8280 0.506
Philadelphia Phillies 8082 0.494 10½
New York Mets 7785 0.475 13½
San Francisco Giants 7389 0.451 17½
Cincinnati Reds 6795 0.414 23½
San Diego Padres 6696 0.407 24½
Miami Marlins 6398 0.391 27

Record vs. opponents


Source: NL Standings Head-to-Head
Team ARI ATL CHC CIN COL LAD MIA MIL NYM PHI PIT SD SF STL WSH AL
Arizona 3–43–43–38–1111–86–11–52–54–26–112–78–113–32–510–10
Atlanta 4–33–33–42–52–514–53–413–612–75–14–33–34–210–98–12
Chicago 4–33–311–83–34–35–211–96–14–210–95–23–39–104–313–7
Cincinnati 3–34–38–112–46–12–56–133–33–45–143–44–27–121–610–10
Colorado 11–85–23–34–27–132–42–56–15–23–311–812–72–55–213–7
Los Angeles 8–115–23–41–613–72–44–34–23–45–114–510–93–45–112–8
Miami 1–65–142–55–24–24–22–57–128–111–42–54–33–36–139–11
Milwaukee 5–14–39–1113–65–23–45–24–33–37–124–26–111–84–213–7
New York 5–26–131–63–31–62–412–73–411–83–44–24–33–311–88–12
Philadelphia 2–47–122–44–32–54–311–83–38–116–13–34–34–38–1112–8
Pittsburgh 1–61–59–1014–53–31–54–112–74–31–63–44–38–112–515–5
San Diego 7–123–42–54–38–115–145–22–42–43–34–38–114–32–47–13
San Francisco 11–83–33–32–47–129–103–41–63–43–43–411–82–54–28–12
St. Louis 3–32–410–912–75–24–33–38–113–33–411–83–45–25–211–9
Washington 5–29–103–46–12–51–513–62–48–1111–85–24–22–42–59–11

The October 1 tiebreaker games were regular-season games that are included here.

Regular Season Summary

Opening Day starting lineup

PositionName
LFJesse Winker
3BEugenio Suárez
1BJoey Votto
2BScooter Gennett
RFScott Schebler
CTucker Barnhart
SSJosé Peraza
PHomer Bailey
CFBilly Hamilton

April

  • April 19: The Reds fired manager Bryan Price after a 3–15 start to the season, along with pitching coach Mack Jenkins. Price managed in Cincinnati for five seasons and finished with a record of 279 wins and 387 losses. Bench coach Jim Riggleman was named interim manager, with Double-A Pensacola pitching coach Danny Darwin joining the coaching staff. Pat Kelly, who was the manager of Triple-A Louisville, will be the bench coach.[8]
  • April 23 – April 29: Joey Votto was named N.L. Player of the Week as he slashed .360/.543/.880 with 7 runs scored, 4 HR and 8 RBI, while drawing 9 walks.[9]

May

  • May 7 – May 13: Scooter Gennett was named N.L. Player of the Week with a slash line of .591/.591/1.227, 4 HR, 10 RBI, 7 runs and 2 doubles.[10]
  • May 8: The Reds acquired starting pitcher Matt Harvey from the New York Mets in exchange for catcher Devin Mesoraco.[11]
  • May 10 – May 13: The Reds swept the Dodgers in a four-game series for the first time since August 1976.[12]
  • May 21 – May 27: Scooter Gennett was named N.L. Player of the Week for the second time in the 2018 season. Gennett batted .500 (12–for-24) with 6 runs scored, 2 doubles, 3 HR and 10 RBI over six games played. Among his NL counterparts during the period, Scooter finished first in hits, slugging percentage (.958) and total bases (23); tied for first in home runs, extra–base hits (5) and RBI; second in batting average; tied for third in runs scored; and seventh in on–base percentage (.519).[13]

June

  • June 2: Scooter Gennett was named N.L. Player of the Month for the month of May. Gennett batted .398 (37–for–93) with 16 runs scored, 6 doubles, 8 HR and 24 RBI over 26 games played.[14]
  • June 21–24: The Reds swept the Cubs in a four-game series for the first time since April 1983, outscoring them 31–13 in the four games.[15] In game 3, Anthony DeSclafani hit a grand slam, the first pitcher to do this for the Reds since Bob Purkey in 1959. In the 4th game, the Reds trailed 6–1, but managed to come back by scoring 7 runs in the 7th inning.
  • June 30: Michael Lorenzen became the second Reds pitcher to hit a grand slam this season following Anthony DeSclafani's grand slam a week earlier. The home run was Lorenzen's third in as many at-bats making him the first pitcher to homer in three-straight at-bats since Mike Hampton in 2001.[16]

July

  • July 8: Joey Votto, Scooter Gennett and Eugenio Suárez were named reserves on the National League squad for the 2018 MLB All-Star Game in Washington, D.C. This is Votto's sixth All-Star selection and the first for both Gennett and Suarez.[17]
  • July 10: The Reds rallied from a four run deficit and scored seven runs in the 9th inning to defeat the Cleveland Indians, 7–4. The four-run comeback was the Reds' first since June 30, 2006 when Adam Dunn hit a walk-off grand slam, also against the Indians.[18]
  • July 17: Scooter Gennett and Joey Votto both hit home runs in a 6–8 loss to the American League in the All-Star game. Gennett's home run was the first for a Red in an All-Star game since July 13, 1982 when Dave Concepción hit one.[19]
  • July 23: The Reds were no-hit for seven innings by Cardinals rookie pitcher Daniel Poncedeleon. Poncedelon was taken out of the game in the 8th inning where Phillip Ervin broke up the no-hitter with a single off reliever Jordan Hicks. Eugenio Suárez tied the game in the 9th with a solo home run and Dilson Herrera hit a walk-off single later in the inning to give the Reds the 2–1 win.[20]
  • July 30: The Reds acquired pitchers Lucas Sims and Matt Wisler along with outfielder Preston Tucker from the Atlanta Braves in exchange for outfielder Adam Duvall.[21]

August

  • August 10: Joey Votto collected his 1,700th career hit with a single in the sixth-inning. Votto is the ninth player in franchise history to reach that level.[22]
  • August 29: Eugenio Suárez hit his 30th home run of the season, becoming the fourth player in Reds history to hit that many home runs while primarily playing third base. He joins Tony Pérez, Todd Frazier and Deron Johnson. Pitcher Michael Lorenzen also had a pinch-hit three-run home run, his fourth home run and his third against the Brewers this season.[23]

September

Game log

2018 regular season game log: 67–95 (Home: 37–44; Away: 30–51)
March/April: 7–22 (Home:3–10; Away: 4–12)
#DateOpponentScoreWinLossSaveAttendanceRecordBox/Streak
March 29NationalsPostponed (rain) (Makeup date: March 30)
1March 30Nationals0–2Scherzer (1–0)Bailey (0–1)Doolittle (1)43,8780–1L1
2March 31Nationals7–13Strasburg (1–0)Castillo (0–1)27,3410–2L2
3April 1Nationals5–6González (1–0)Romano (0–1)Doolittle (2)10,3350–3L3
4April 2Cubs1–0Mahle (1–0)Chatwood (0–1)Iglesias (1)18,9631–3W1
April 3CubsPostponed (rain) (Makeup date: May 19)
5April 5@ Pirates2–5Brault (2–0)Bailey (0–2)Rivero (3)9,2271–4L1
6April 6@ Pirates3–14Williams (2–0)Castillo (0–2)11,1151–5L2
7April 7@ Pirates7–4Peralta (1–0)Kontos (0–1)Iglesias (2)14,3362–5W1
8April 8@ Pirates0–5Taillon (2–0)Mahle (1–1)11,2612–6L1
9April 9@ Phillies5–6García (1–1)Quackenbush (0–1)Neris (1)18,1272–7L2
10April 10@ Phillies1–6Nola (1–0)Hughes (0–1)20,8952–8L3
11April 11@ Phillies3–4 (12)Ríos (1–0)Brice (0–1)19,0992–9L4
12April 12Cardinals4–13Wacha (2–1)Brice (0–2)Mayers (1)11,1282–10L5
13April 13Cardinals3–5Weaver (2–0)Mahle (1–2)Norris (2)19,5612–11L6
14April 14Cardinals1–6Mikolas (2–0)Finnegan (0–1)19,2132–12L7
15April 15Cardinals2–3Martinez (2–1)Bailey (0–3)Norris (3)15,5572–13L8
16April 16@ Brewers10–4Castillo (1–2)Suter (1–2)28,6773–13W1
17April 17@ Brewers0–2Jennings (2–0)Romano (0–2)Hader (2)31,3453–14L1
18April 18@ Brewers0–2Davies (1–2)Mahle (1–3)Barnes (2)37,3433–15L2
19April 20@ Cardinals2–4Wacha (3–1)Finnegan (0–2)Norris (5)43,3033–16L3
20April 21@ Cardinals3–4Hicks (1–0)Hughes (0–2)42,3823–17L4
21April 22@ Cardinals2–9Mikolas (3–0)Castillo (1–3)44,4303–18L5
22April 23Braves10–4Romano (1–2)Freeman (0–1)Iglesias (3)9,4634–18W1
23April 24Braves9–7 (12)Hughes (1–2)Fried (0–1)14,1395–18W2
24April 25Braves3–4Winkler (1–0)Shackelford (0–1)Minter (1)13,1135–19L1
25April 26Braves4–7Freeman (1–1)Peralta (1–1)Vizcaíno (2)11,9195–20L2
26April 27@ Twins15–9Hernandez (1–0)Duffey (0–1)25,0026–20W1
27April 28@ Twins1–3Odorizzi (2–2)Romano (1–3)Rodney (3)27,1156–21L1
28April 29@ Twins8–2Mahle (2–3)Berríos (2–3)25,6777–21W1
29April 30Brewers5–6Woodruff (1–0)Peralta (1–2)Hader (4)9,5367–22L1
May: 13–15 (Home: 6–9; Away: 7–6)
#DateOpponentScoreWinLossSaveAttendanceRecordBox/Streak
30May 1Brewers6–7Anderson (3–2)Bailey (0–4)Jeffress (1)12,9337–23L2
31May 2Brewers1–3Miley (1–0)Castillo (1–4)Jeffress (2)10,3467–24L3
32May 4Marlins4–1Romano (2–3)Chen (1–1)Iglesias (4)22,6108–24W1
33May 5Marlins0–6Smith (2–3)Mahle (2–4)19,6098–25L1
34May 6Marlins5–8Straily (1–0)Finnegan (0–3)Ziegler (4)19,8008–26L2
35May 7Mets6–7Gsellman (4–0)Bailey (0–5)Familia (10)15,1878–27L3
36May 8Mets7–2Castillo (2–4)Vargas (0–3)14,8049–27W1
37May 9Mets2–1 (10)Iglesias (1–0)Ramos (1–2)16,45210–27W2
38May 10@ Dodgers4–1Mahle (3–4)Buehler (2–1)Iglesias (5)47,38311–27W3
39May 11@ Dodgers6–2Brice (1–2) Maeda (2–3)Iglesias (6)46,97912–27W4
40May 12@ Dodgers5–3Bailey (1–5)Chargois (1–1)Hughes (1)49,91113–27W5
41May 13@ Dodgers5–3Castillo (3–4)Hill (1–2)Iglesias (7)44,78714–27W6
42May 14@ Giants7–10Stratton (4–3)Romano (2–4)36,15614–28L1
43May 15@ Giants3–5Johnson (2–1)Mahle (3–5)Strickland (9)37,80914–29L2
44May 16@ Giants6–3Hughes (2–2)Suarez (1–3)Iglesias (8)38,66215–29W1
45May 18Cubs1–8Lester (4–1)Bailey (1–6)22,06015–30L1
46May 19 (1)Cubs5–4 (11)Floro (1–0)Wilson (1–1)19,04616–30W1
47May 19 (2)Cubs0–10Quintana (5–3)Romano (2–5)26,08216–31L1
48May 20Cubs1–6Darvish (1–3)Mahle (3–6)26,98816–32L2
49May 22Pirates7–2Harvey (1–2)Taillon (2–4)16,14417–32W1
50May 23Pirates4–5 (12)Brault (4–1)Floro (1–1)Crick (1)18,65917–33L1
51May 24Pirates5–4Castillo (4–4)Nova (2–5)Hughes (2)14,85318–33W1
52May 25@ Rockies4–5Gray (5–6)Romano (2–6)Davis (18)33,19318–34L1
53May 26@ Rockies6–5Lorenzen (1–0)Rusin (0–1)Hughes (3)42,84419–34W1
54May 27@ Rockies2–8Marquez (4–5)Harvey (1–3)36,38719–35L1
55May 28@ Diamondbacks5–12Koch (3–3)Bailey (1–7)29,92419–36L2
56May 29@ Diamondbacks2–5Godley (5–4)Castillo (4–5)Boxberger (13)20,04619–37L3
57May 30@ Diamondbacks7–4Romano (3–6)Corbin (5–2)Iglesias (9)18,34020–37W1
June: 15–11 (Home: 9–6; Away: 6–5)
#DateOpponentScoreWinLossSaveAttendanceRecordBox/Streak
58June 1@ Padres7–2Mahle (4–6)Lockett (0–1)Lorenzen (1)25,72921–37W2
59June 2@ Padres2–8Lauer (2–3)Harvey (1–4)31,71021–38L1
60June 3@ Padres3–6Ross (5–3)Castillo (4–6)Yates (1)25,37721–39L2
61June 5Rockies6–9Freeland (6–5)DeSclafani (0–1)Davis (19)21,94421–40L3
62June 6Rockies3–6Gray (6–6)Romano (3–7)Davis (20)19,76221–41L4
63June 7Rockies7–5 (13)Floro (2–1)Rusin (0–2)15,95722–41W1
64June 8Cardinals6–7 (10)Norris (3–1)Iglesias (1–1)Brebbia (2)26,14422–42L1
65June 9Cardinals4–6Wacha (8–1)Castillo (4–7)Hicks (1)34,46922–43L2
66June 10Cardinals6–3DeSclafani (1–1)Martinez (3–3)Hughes (4)19,34423–43W1
67June 12@ Royals5–1 (10)Hernandez (2–0)McCarthy (4–3)20,47624–43W2
68June 13@ Royals7–0Mahle (5–6)Hammel (2–7)24,89925–43W3
69June 15@ Pirates2–3Kuhl (5–4)Harvey (1–5)Vázquez (13)23,00725–44L1
70June 16@ Pirates2–6Nova (4–5)Castillo (4–8)27,47925–45L2
71June 17@ Pirates8–6DeSclafani (2–1)Musgrove (2–2)Iglesias (10)23,04226–45W1
72June 19Tigers9–5Romano (4–7)Boyd (4–5)31,08527–45W2
73June 20Tigers5–3Mahle (6–6)Fulmer (3–6)Iglesias (11)19,17728–45W3
74June 21Cubs6–2Harvey (2–5)Hendricks (5–7)Hughes (5)19,58129–45W4
75June 22Cubs6–3Castillo (5–8)Quintana (6–6)Iglesias (12)25,88530–45W5
76June 23Cubs11–2DeSclafani (3–1)Farrell (2–3)36,81831–45W6
77June 24Cubs8–6Stephens (1–0)Strop (3–1)Iglesias (13)30,50832–45W7
78June 25@ Braves4–5 (11)Jackson (1–0)Floro (2–2)27,85132–46L1
79June 26@ Braves5–3Harvey (3–5)Sánchez (3–2)Iglesias (14)28,35633–46W1
80June 27@ Braves6–5Stephens (2–0)Freeman (2–4)Iglesias (15)30,20734–46W2
81June 28Brewers4–6Guerra (4–5)Garrett (0–1)Knebel (8)20,34734–47L1
82June 29Brewers2–8Anderson (6–6)Romano (4–8)26,13034–48L2
83June 30Brewers12–3Hernandez (3–0)Zagurski (0–1)24,64035–48W1
July: 13–11 (Home: 8–6; Away: 5–5)
#DateOpponentScoreWinLossSaveAttendanceRecordBox/Streak
84July 1Brewers8–2Harvey (4–5)Peralta (1–3)18,48336–48W2
85July 2White Sox5–3Floro (3–2)Volstad (1–5)Iglesias (16)16,72737–48W3
86July 3White Sox8–12 (12)Santiago (3–3)Stephens (2–1)22,74237–49L1
87July 4White Sox7–4Romano (5–8)Covey (3–4)Hughes (6)24,44238–49W1
88July 6@ Cubs3–2Mahle (7–6)Montgomery (3–3)Iglesias (17)41,43439–49W2
89July 7@ Cubs7–8Rosario (4–0)Hughes (2–3)Morrow (20)41,53839–50L1
90July 8@ Cubs5–6 (10)Farrell (3–3)Stephens (2–2)38,65539–51L2
91July 9@ Indians7–5DeSclafani (4–1)Clevinger (7–4)Iglesias (18)22,56140–51W1
92July 10@ Indians7–4Crockett (1–0)Allen (2–4)Iglesias (19)21,90841–51W2
93July 11@ Indians4–19Carrasco (10–5)Mahle (7–7)Plutko (1)22,21541–52L1
94July 13@ Cardinals9–1Harvey (5–5)Martinez (6–5)45,89142–52W1
95July 14@ Cardinals8–2Brice (2–2)Hicks (3–2)44,66843–52W2
96July 15@ Cardinals4–6Gant (3–3)DeSclafani (4–2)Hicks (2)45,80843–53L1
2018 Major League Baseball All-Star Game: Washington, DC at Nationals Park
97July 20Pirates1–12Taillon (7–7)Mahle (7–8)20,72643–54L2
98July 21Pirates2–6Kingham (5–4)DeSclafani (4–3)23,24443–55L3
99July 22Pirates2–9Nova (6–6)Harvey (5–6)23,61543–56L4
100July 23Cardinals2–1Hughes (3–3)Norris (3–3)17,51844–56W1
101July 24Cardinals2–4 (11)Tuivailala(3–3)Garrett (0–2)Norris (19)18,37944–57L1
102July 25Cardinals7–3Romano (6–8)Flaherty (4–5)20,94045–57W1
103July 26Phillies4–9Suárez (1–0)Lorenzen (1–1)17,03145–58L1
104July 27Phillies6–4Hernandez (4–0)Pivetta (6–9)Iglesias (20)24,77646–58W1
105July 28Phillies6–2Peralta (2–2)Hunter (2–1)Hughes (7)35,24947–58W2
106July 29Phillies4–0Castillo (6–8)Eflin (7–3)Iglesias (21)21,64948–58W3
107July 31@ Tigers1–2Boyd (6–9)Bailey (1–8)Greene (22)24,92948–59L1
August: 9–19 (Home: 6–6; Away: 3–13)
#DateOpponentScoreWinLossSaveAttendanceRecordBox/Streak
108August 1@ Tigers4–7VerHagen (2–2)Romano (6–9)Greene (23)24,95248–60L2
109August 2@ Nationals4–10Scherzer (15–5)Mahle (7–9)28,84548–61L3
August 3@ NationalsPostponed (rain) (Makeup date: August 4)
110August 4 (1)@ Nationals7–1DeSclafani (5–3)González (6–8)32,68749–61W1
111August 4 (2)@ Nationals2–6Hellickson (5–2)Harvey (5–7)36,14949–62L1
112August 5@ Nationals1–2Roark (6–12)Castillo (6–9)Herrera (17)33,48649–63L2
113August 6@ Mets4–6Syndergaard (7–2)Bailey (1–9)Blevins (1)21,64449–64L3
114August 7@ Mets6–1Romano (7–9)Vargas (2–8)22,20750–64W1
115August 8@ Mets0–8deGrom (6–7)Stephenson (0–1)24,28750–65L1
116August 10Diamondbacks3–0DeSclafani (6–3)Buchholz (5–2)Iglesias (22)19,08951–65W1
117August 11Diamondbacks6–3Garrett (1–2)Bradley (3–4)Iglesias (23)29,34852–65W2
118August 12Diamondbacks2–9Godley (13–6)Castillo (6–10)17,90952–66L1
119August 13Indians3–10Clevenger (8–7)Bailey (1–10)20,60752–67L2
120August 14Indians1–8Kluber (15–6)Romano (7–10)19,03452–68L3
121August 15Indians3–4Otero (2–1)Reed (0–1)Hand (28)17,27552–69L4
122August 17Giants2–1 (11)Hernandez (5–0)Black (2–2)19,54053–69W1
123August 18Giants7–1Harvey (6–7)Bumgarner (4–5)23,87854–69W2
124August 19Giants11–4Castillo (7–10)Suarez (4–9)22,75655–69W3
125August 20@ Brewers2–5Anderson (8–7)Bailey (1–11)Jeffress (5)27,59055–70L1
126August 21@ Brewers9–7Iglesias (2–1)Jennings (4–5)29,46756–70W1
127August 22@ Brewers0–4Peralta (6–4)Stephenson (0–2)Jeffress (6)33,05856–71L1
128August 23@ Cubs1–7Hamels (9–9)DeSclafani (6–4)41,13056–72L2
129August 24@ Cubs2–3 (10)Chavez (4–2)Iglesias (2–2)37,76056–73L3
130August 25@ Cubs6–10Quintana (11–9)Castillo (7–11)41,20556–74L4
131August 26@ Cubs0–9Hendricks (10–10)Bailey (1–12)40,33156–75L5
132August 28Brewers9–7DeSclafani (7–4)Guerra (6–9)Iglesias (24)13,24257–75W1
133August 29Brewers12–13 (10)Jeffress (7–1)Iglesias (2–3)11,77757–76L1
134August 30Brewers1–2Soria (1–0)Brice (2–3)Hader (11)13,40357–77L2
135August 31@ Cardinals5–12Gomber (5–0)Bailey (1–13)42,36557–78L3
September: 9–15 (Home: 4–6; Away: 5–9)
#DateOpponentScoreWinLossSaveAttendanceRecordBox/Streak
136September 1@ Cardinals4–0Castillo (8–11)Poncedeleon (0–1)46,36858–78W1
137September 2@ Cardinals6–4 (10)Lorenzen (2–1)Norris (3–4)Iglesias (25)45,74359–78W2
138September 3@ Pirates1–5Williams (12–9)Harvey (6–8)13,84359–79L1
139September 4@ Pirates3–7Musgrove (6–8)Reed (0–2)8,85559–80L2
140September 5@ Pirates2–3Taillon (12–9)Bailey (1–14)Vázquez (30)9,56059–81L3
141September 6Padres2–6J. Castillo (2–2)L. Castillo (8–12)14,30359–82L4
142September 7Padres12–6Lorenzen (3–1)Strahm (3–4)14,85460–82W1
143September 8Padres7–2 (7)Harvey (7–8)Erlin (3–6)20,97761–82W2
144September 9Padres6–7Stammen (7–2)Iglesias (2–4)Yates (7)18,42461–83L1
145September 10Dodgers10–6Hughes (4–3)Wood (8–7)12,16162–83W1
146September 11Dodgers3–1Castillo (9–12)Ryu (4–3)Iglesias (26)14,96463–83W2
147September 12Dodgers1–8Ferguson (6–2)DeSclafani (7–5)15,63363–84L1
148September 14@ Cubs2–3Maples (1–0)Hernandez (5–1)De La Rosa (1)36,46863–85L2
149September 15@ Cubs0–1Lester (16–6)Romano (7–11)Cishek (4)41,19663–86L3
150September 16@ Cubs2–1Castillo (10–12)Quintana (13–10)Iglesias (27)41,31464–86W1
151September 17@ Brewers0–8Miley (5–2)DeSclafani (7–6)Woodruff (1)32,14564–87L1
152September 18@ Brewers3–1Romano (8–11)Anderson (9–8)Iglesias (28)30,36665–87W1
153September 19@ Brewers0–7González (9–11)Harvey (7–9)33,44365–88L1
154September 20@ Marlins4–2Reed (1–2)Brigham (0–3)Iglesias (29)9,86366–88W1
155September 21@ Marlins0–1 (10)Barraclough (1–6)Hernandez (5–2)11,47166–89L1
156September 22@ Marlins1–5Ureña (8–12)DeSclafani (7–7)Steckenrider (5)12,55966–90L2
157September 23@ Marlins0–6Richards (4–9)Lorenzen (3–2)13,59566–91L3
158September 25Royals3–4McCarthy (5–4)Iglesias (2–5)Peralta (14)13,17266–92L4
159September 26Royals1–6Fillmyer (4–2)Reed (1–3)12,54966–93L5
160September 28Pirates4–8Brault (6–3)DeSclafani (7–8)19,68966–94L6
161September 29Pirates3–0Lorenzen (4–2)Taillon (14–10)Iglesias (30)42,63067–94W1
162September 30Pirates5–6 (10)Feliz (1–2)Stephens (2–3)Vázquez (37)25,09167–95L1
Legend:        = Win        = Loss        = Postponement
Bold = Reds team member

Roster

2018 Cincinnati Reds
Roster
Pitchers Catchers

Infielders

Outfielders Manager

Coaches

  • 45 Freddie Benavides (first base/infield)
  • 52 Danny Darwin (pitching)
  • 88 Derrin Ebert (coach)
  • 22 Billy Hatcher (third base/outfield)
  • 87 Dustin Hughes (bullpen catcher)
  • 64 Tony Jaramillo (assistant hitting)
  • 57 Mack Jenkins (pitching)
  • 60 Pat Kelly (bench)
  • 59 Don Long (hitting)
  • 56 Ted Power (assistant pitching/bullpen)
  • 35 Jim Riggleman (bench)
  • 72 Mike Stefanski (catching)

Farm system

Level Team League Manager
AAA Louisville Bats International League Pat Kelly
AA Pensacola Blue Wahoos Southern League Jody Davis
A Daytona Tortugas Florida State League Ricky Gutierrez
A Dayton Dragons Midwest League Luis Bolivar
A-Rookie Advanced Billings Mustangs Pioneer League Ray Martinez
A-Rookie Advanced Greeneville Reds Appalachian League Gookie Dawkins
Rookie AZL Reds Arizona League Jose Nieves
Rookie DSL Reds Dominican Summer League Cristobal Rodriguez

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