It appears Brandon Phillips will not be traded to the Nationals. Washington is moving on from the Reds’ second baseman, according to a report by Fox Sports. While there is a chance talks could revive, for now the Nats are pursuing other options such as free agent Howie Kendrick or another trade.
Who do the Reds have in the pipeline? Get scouting reports, video, stats, projected ETAs and more for Cincy’s Top 30 Prospects on MLBPipeline.com’s Prospect Watch.
Former Reds pitching great Jim O’Toole, a member of the team’s Hall of Fame who spent nine of his 10 Major League seasons in Cincinnati, died on Saturday following a lengthy battle with cancer. O’Toole was 78.
As the calendar is about to flip to 2016, a bit of retrospection is in order. In the past year, some teams have improved their farm systems more than others. The following list of the five most improved farm systems in 2015 was compiled considering all methods of player acquisition: trade, Draft, international signing, even […]
Now that Aroldis Chapman was traded to the Yankees for four Minor Leaguers on Monday, obviously the Reds will need to have a new closer for 2016. There is little chance that Chapman’s replacement will provide Cincinnati with the same cache or electricity that the flame-throwing left-hander brought to the end of games, but there […]
In the midst of a rebuilding effort that raises the potential of even more roster upheaval during the offseason, the Reds are a team with plenty of questions. Being honest, one answer the club has is a realization that it will be tough to contend for a National League Central crown against elite teams like […]
Continuing an effort to rebuild by accumulating prospects and young talent, the Reds traded All-Star closer Aroldis Chapman to the Yankees on Monday for four Minor Leaguers.
Cody Reed was moving steadily upward in the Royals organization until his baseball world received an unexpected jolt. When the Reds traded Johnny Cueto to Kansas City on July 26 for three left-handed pitching prospects, one of them was Reed.
Where do the Reds go now with Brandon Phillips? There are different options surrounding the four-time Gold Glove winning second baseman, each with their own risks and rewards.
When the July 31 non-waiver Trade Deadline expired this past season, Reds right fielder Jay Bruce let out a big sigh of relief while sitting at his locker in the clubhouse at Great American Ball Park. One thing that is certain this winter for Bruce is he will get to live that feeling of uncertainty […]
The Reds announced the signing of right-handed reliever Blake Wood to a one-year Major League contract on Friday. Wood, 30, spent the 2015 season with the Pirates’ organization and pitched for Triple-A Indianapolis.