Committed to a rebuilding process after losing 98 games last season, the Reds already began their transition with trades over the summer. During the Winter Meetings, more deals could certainly be in the works.
Lou Piniella said he’d talked enough baseball for one weekend.
The 2015 season wasn’t at all smooth for top Reds prospect Jesse Winker at Double-A Pensacola. The left fielder endured an extended funk at the plate for much of the first half before finding his way through to the other side. To Winker, it was the tough times that proved to be key in his […]
On the day after allegations of domestic violence surfaced regarding Reds closer Aroldis Chapman, the ramifications of the report remained unclear.
Cincinnati Reds All-Star closer Aroldis Chapman is the subject of a domestic violence investigation after an incident in which he allegedly had a physical altercation with his girlfriend and fired eight gunshots into the garage of his Miami-area home, according to a Yahoo! Sports story.
The Reds have invited 12 players to 2016 Major League Spring Training camp.
If you’ve been on social media during the offseason and follow Reds pitcher Michael Lorenzen, you’ll often see a shot of him in a gym — lifting or doing cardio work. Lorenzen, who owns a gym and yoga studio near his home in Laguna Beach, Calif., has barely taken any time off since the season […]
As the Winter Meetings came to an end on Thursday, the Reds made two selections in the Major League phase of the Rule 5 Draft. Cincinnati selected outfielder Jake Cave from the Yankees’ Triple-A roster and left-handed reliever Chris O’Grady from the Angels’ Triple-A roster.
It started just over three years ago when Marty Brennaman, somewhat jokingly at first, said he’d shave his head if the Cincinnati Reds’ winning streak reached 10 games.
Several teams checked in with the Reds about third baseman Todd Frazier at last week’s Winter Meetings. Those discussions continued up until Wednesday, when in a three-team deal, the Reds sent Frazier to the White Sox and received three prospects from the Dodgers: infielder Jose Peraza, outfielder Scott Schebler and second baseman/outfielder Brandon Dixon.
The Winter Meetings may have come to a close last Thursday, but that doesn’t mean the offseason wheeling and dealing is over. That became obvious when the White Sox, Dodgers and Reds announced a whopper of a seven-player deal. On the big league side, Todd Frazier moving from Cincinnati to Chicago created the buzz, but […]