Two years away from being a free agent, center fielder Billy Hamilton could be a dynamic trade asset for the Reds because of his speed and defensive ability.
Major League Baseball announced that its sixth annual charity auction will support the Katharine Feeney Memorial Scholarship Fund, in memory of the late pioneering baseball executive whose career spanned 40 years. Submitted for bidding from the Reds is a meet and greet with All-Star first baseman Joey Votto.
It has been a relatively quiet offseason in terms of transactions thus far not just for the Reds, but also for much of Major League Baseball. That could change quickly this week.
When the Winter Meetings return to a familiar venue next week at Walt Disney World’s Swan and Dolphin Hotel in Lake Buena Vista, Fla., it will be the same place where the Reds pulled off a coup of sorts. In 2006, Cincinnati landed a wayward former top prospect named Josh Hamilton in the Rule 5 […]
Whether or not the Reds make an actual trade or signing at the Winter Meetings next week won’t be the standard to determine whether it was a successful five days. Like Cincinnati general managers before him, Dick Williams takes a longer view of the offseason.
There wasn’t an exact “a-ha” moment when Reds starter Robert Stephenson realized he could succeed in the Major Leagues. But it definitely came around the time Stephenson stopped worrying and started pitching.
The Reds and general manager Dick Williams put a lot of time and attention in efforts to recruit Japanese superstar Shohei Ohtani. But it appears that they are not one of the finalists to sign the two-way player.
Reds top prospect Nick Senzel isn’t waiting until his first big league Spring Training to learn the new positions he’s already been told he’ll play.
As a closer coming off a strong season, Raisel Iglesias could be the Reds’ strongest trade asset. But that doesn’t concern the right-hander.
A couple of decades ago, in the nascent days of Redsfest, the event was largely a baseball card show that featured a few autograph sessions. It’s only gotten bigger and better in the past 10 years with more sights, sounds and interactive experiences to heighten the excitement of Reds fans.
Joey Votto (MVP), Raisel Iglesias (Outstanding Pitcher award) and Eugenio Suarez (Good Guy award) were honored by the Reds on Friday at the team’s annual Redsfest.
The Reds normally don’t make a lot of significant offseason transaction news before the holidays, and this year has been no different. But it’s also been largely quiet around Major League Baseball also. That has Reds general manager Dick Williams a little surprised.