Who will have a breakout season among the Reds’ young starters? Mark Sheldon answers questions from fans in the latest Inbox.
While many of his teammates are getting settled in for their offseason and resting their bodies after the grind of a 162-game schedule, Reds infielder Jose Peraza took very little time off.
Despite having injuries on or near both shoulders and being limited to four starts in 2017, Reds left-handed pitcher Brandon Finnegan went into his offseason with optimism.
Six-year-old Walter “Superbubz” Herbert’s smile and upbeat attitude during his cancer battle was one that had an entire city cheering and rallying for him — including Reds first baseman Joey Votto. Herbert died on Oct. 6 after two years of battling neuroblastoma. On Thursday night, according to WLWT-TV, Votto was among the hundreds of mourners […]
Beat reporter Mark Sheldon answers Reds fans’ questions in this edition of the Inbox.
First baseman Leonardo Seminati starred for the Italian national 18 and under team at the WBSC U-18 Baseball World Cup in Canada in September, hitting .424/.531/.654 with a pair of homers in 26 at-bats. He went from there to Arizona for his first action as a member of the Reds, participating in instructional league play, […]
Although the Reds exhibited patience during a rebuild that has consumed all of three seasons and part of a fourth, they would like to shed that mode and transition into legitimate contenders in the National League Central.
Reds pitching prospect Rookie Davis underwent right hip surgery on Monday to repair the labrum and remove a bone spur. The right-hander is not expected to be ready for the start of Spring Training 2018.
At the start of the spring, Jacob Heatherly looked like he might be one of the best high school left-handers in the Draft class of 2017. An uneven senior season in Alabama forced him to drop on Draft boards, something the Reds are now extremely grateful for.
Tyler Mahle was named the Reds’ Minor League pitcher of the year, while Nick Senzel was named the team’s Minor League player of the Year.
The Reds trimmed their 40-man roster on Wednesday with four roster moves. Right-handed pitcher Luke Farrell was claimed off of waivers by the Cubs, while fellow right-handers Nick Travieso, Asher Wojciechowski and Alejandro Chacin cleared waivers and were sent outright to Triple-A Louisville. The moves left the Reds’ 40-man roster at 36 players.