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Cincinnati +1.5
Oakland -1.5

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Community Picks: Cincinnati 55% vs Oakland 45%

Cincinnati and Oakland Thread

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Oakland Athletics slugger Khris Davis departed Wednesday's game against the Cincinnati Reds in the fifth inning due to lingering effects from a left hip contusion. Davis aggravated the injury, which occurred Sunday when he ran into a railing while catching a foul fly down the left field line in Pittsburgh. He was scratched from Tuesday's game against the Reds due to the ailment and began Wednesday's game as the designated hitter. Continue to Article
May 09, 2019 12:32:am EST
Why A's still hold a 'special place' for Reds pitcher Sonny Gray originally appeared on OAKLAND - Sonny Gray made 60 starts at the Oakland Coliseum as a member of the A's. On Wednesday, he'll make his first appearance as a visitor. Gray returns to Oakland as a member of the Cincinnati Reds to take the hill against his former teammates. Continue to Article
May 08, 2019 10:03:pm EST
The game between the Cincinnati Reds and Oakland Athletics on Tuesday night started more than 90 minutes late because of a lighting problem at the Coliseum. A bank of lights above the upper deck in left field that had been only partially lit, causing the delay. The A's announced 15 minutes before the 7:07 p.m. scheduled start that the game would not begin on time. Continue to Article
May 07, 2019 11:55:pm EST
A's-Reds delayed 98 minutes due to 'lighting malfunction' at Coliseum originally appeared on The Cincinnati Reds are playing a strange form of Game Delay Bingo. On Monday, the start of their game against the Giants was delayed 18 minutes due to a swarm of bees on the field. A night later, the Reds had to wait out another problem. Continue to Article
May 07, 2019 10:26:pm EST
Nick Senzel led off the first and second innings with home runs and Jose Iglesias equaled his career-high with four RBIs on Monday afternoon, helping the host Cincinnati Reds salvage a split of their four-game series against the San Francisco Giants with a 12-4 victory. Eugenio Suarez also homered for the Reds, who blasted 15 home runs in the four games and led all four by at least four runs despite only recording two wins. For the second day in a row, the Reds jumped on the Giants' starter in the first inning. Continue to Article
May 06, 2019 4:17:pm EST
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