Bronson to appear at 2011 HOT STOVE COOL MUSIC Winter Concert 1/15/2011

HOT STOVE COOL MUSIC PRESENTS
2011 Winter Concert
January 15, 2011 - 7PM
Paradise Rock Club

~ with ~
The Lemonheads
Buffalo Tom
The Candles
Bronson Arroyo w/American Hi Fi
Peter Gammons
Theo Epstein and the Hot Stove All-Stars:
Kay Hanley, Jenny Dee & the Deelinquents, and others
Featuring Special Guest MC Mike O'Malley

http://hotstovecoolmusic.org/

Join us to celebrate music, baseball and giving back at the annual Winter HSCM Events
Tickets are available at www.FoundationToBeNamedLater.org

Cincy's banner ignites long-awaited celebration: Reds proud to give fans first postseason taste in 15 years 9/28/10

CINCINNATI -- After a decade and a half of waiting -- and waiting -- the Reds clinched in big-time, big-moment style.

Jay Bruce's first-pitch walk-off home run in the bottom of the ninth brought a rush of a celebration on to the field that Cincinnati hasn't enjoyed in years. There were fireworks blasting in the sky outside and champagne corks flying inside the clubhouse. It was one large party, and 30,151 fans were in attendance to take it all in.

Bruce's no-doubter earns Reds NL Central title: Walk-off home run gives Cincy first postseason berth since '95 9/28/10

CINCINNATI -- One pitch, one swing and one very huge moment on Tuesday has likely permanently etched Jay Bruce in the annals of a very long Reds history.

On the first pitch he saw from lefty reliever Tim Byrdak, Bruce launched a no-doubt drive to center field for a walk-off home run that gave the Reds a 3-2 win over the Astros and clinched the National League Central.

"I really can't dream of hitting a walk-off to win the division," a celebration-drenched Bruce said. "It's unbelievable. It's a great team. I've been so happy to be around it. It's been awesome."

Reds rout Astros; magic number eight 9/19/10

HOUSTON -- When the Reds are hitting, they're a dangerous team.

On Saturday, Cincinnati's hitters were clicking. Jim Edmonds, Jay Bruce and Drew Stubbs homered in an 11-1 laugher over the Astros, giving Bronson Arroyo (16-10) a career high in wins in a season and his sixth consecutive winning decision against the Astros.

The win snapped a season-high six-game road losing streak and increased the Reds' lead in the National League Central to seven games over second-place St. Louis while reducing their magic number to clinch to eight.

Recap: CIN 11, HOU 1
Bruce's two-run homer

Bruce's big return seals winning mark for Reds 9/14/10

CINCINNATI -- Jay Bruce's bats may as well have been in mothballs for nearly two weeks as he recovered from a sore right side. It didn't matter because his swing was as fresh as a clean shirt on a clothesline.

Back in the lineup and in right field for the first time since Aug. 30, Bruce returned to hit two home runs in his first two at-bats and drive in four runs. The Reds produced five homers overall to take a 7-2 win over the D-backs.

"That was more than we could ask for right there," Reds manager Dusty Baker said of Bruce. "That was a big boost for us."

Reds hold firm on Votto's MVP-worthy day 8/22/10

By Mark Sheldon / MLB.com

08/22/10 9:24 PM ET

LOS ANGELES -- In one big Sunday afternoon, Joey Votto enhanced his National League Most Valuable Player resume while the Reds added another layer of credibility as they fight to win their division.

A 5-2 victory over the Dodgers gave the Reds two of three in the series, eight wins in their last nine games and a fifth win that guaranteed a winning nine-game West Coast road trip. This for a team that until Friday had lost 12 in a row at Dodger Stadium since 2006 and hadn't won a series in Chavez Ravine since 2004.

Arroyo cruises past Cubs for 12th win 8/6/10

By Mark Sheldon / MLB.com

08/06/10 6:59 PM ET

CHICAGO -- A six-game road trip against non-contenders in Pittsburgh and Chicago has not created a drifting eye from the Reds before next week's scheduled showdown vs. the Cardinals.

REDS OPEN SECOND HALF BY EDGING ROCKIES 7/16/10

Cincinnati, OH (Sports Network) - Bronson Arroyo pitched into the eighth inning and Orlando Cabrera drove in two runs, as the surprising Cincinnati Reds opened the second half of the season with a 3-2 win over Colorado at Great American Ball Park.

Arroyo (10-4) let in two runs on five hits while fanning four and walking one to reach double-digit wins for the fourth time in five seasons with the Reds.

Arroyo preps for pennant race 7/15/10

By CHRIS BERNHARDT JR.

Hernando Today

Published: July 15, 2010

Updated: 07/15/2010 09:51 pm

One of the storylines around Major League Baseball during this week's All-Star break centered on the unforeseen leaders of the National League's three divisions.

The Atlanta Braves in the East, the Cincinnati Reds in the Central and the San Diego Padres in the West weren't supposed to be gearing up for the stretch run at this point in the season.

Arroyo stellar as Reds roll to series win 7/7/10

By Mark Sheldon / MLB.com

07/07/10 10:52 PM ET

NEW YORK -- An 11-day, 11-game road trip through three cities was supposed to be the roughest, toughest test the Reds have had yet this season.

Two cities in and they seem to be acing it. A 3-1 win over the Mets behind Bronson Arroyo's eight smooth innings on Wednesday locked up two of three in the series. It also gave first-place Cincinnati a 5-2 record through the first seven games through Chicago and New York with four more left in Philadelphia before the All-Star break.