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Catch the Reds fever along with us as Cincinnati celebrates the victory! Check out the pictures from Fountain Square and the official Reds after party last night. The Queen City triumphs again!

1230AM WDBZ The Buzz salutes our home team the Cincinnati Reds for knockin' this one straight out of the ballpark. Read more about the triumphant return of the Reds inside now.

Well Aroldis Chapman, aka the Cuban Missle, was as good as advertised. Last night he made his debut, throwing pitches at speeds of 102 mph. He helped the Reds beat the Brewers last night 8-4, giving the team a seven game first-place lead over St. Louis. In case you missed the moment, we have the […]

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For more than 30 years, George Steinbrenner lived up to his billing as "the Boss," a nickname he earned for ruling the New York Yankees with an iron fist. His passing is acknowledged today right here on TheBuzzCincy.com. Videos and more inside now.

A Cincinnati business is trying to give an extra push to Joey Votto in his bid for the National League All-Star team. Find out how you can vote!

The Detroit Tigers are all up in arms this morning as the world of sports fans witnessed what appeared to be a serious right elbow injury during the eighth inning of yesterday’s Detroit-Minnesota game. After throwing a fastball to Minnesota Twins outfielder Delmon Young, Zumaya began to clutch his throwing arm in excruciating pain just […]

One of the greatest careers in baseball has come to an end. Details on baseball star Ken Griffey, Jr.'s retirement inside now.

Happy Friday Cincinnati! If you’re looking for something unique to do this weekend, how about joining your friends from 1230AM WDBZ The Buzz for the annual Civil Rights Game Weekend which kicks off Friday, May 14th through Sunday, May 16th at a variety of city center locations. Energize the spirit of hope and spirit of […]

Chuck Harmon spent 7 years switching from one minor league team to another, when in 1954 he debuted with the Reds as the first African-American on the team.

Cuban defector Aroldis Chapman has an agreement to play with the Cincinnati Reds, multiple outlets reported on Sunday.