Former Reds left fielder Adam Dunn will always be remembered for his large size and big power. As of Wednesday, Dunn will also be forever known as a member of the Reds Hall of Fame.
Japanese two-way player Shohei Ohtani is arguably the biggest offseason prize this winter once he is officially cleared to sign with a Major League club. The process of recruiting Ohtani has already been underway, and the Reds feel they have a legitimate chance.
During his extended second-half stint in his rookie season for the Reds, corner outfielder Jesse Winker demonstrated he belongs in a Major League lineup. Meanwhile, Cincinnati’s established corner outfielders — Adam Duvall and Scott Schebler — don’t really deserve to lose their spots to make way for Winker.
For the third time this month, the Reds added a reliever to compete for a spot in their bullpen in 2018. Left-hander Kyle Crockett was claimed off of waivers from the Indians on Monday.
The Reds Community Fund works year-round to reach boys and girls of all backgrounds who not only want to want to play baseball, but also earn achievements away from the field. The fund’s longtime executive director, Charley Frank, was particularly thankful for one day in 2017: June 7.
Is Jesse Winker better option for the leadoff spot than Billy Hamilton based on his plate discipline and on-base percentage? Reds beat reporter Mark Sheldon answers this and other inquiries in the latest Inbox.
Bob Borkowski, an outfielder who played six seasons for the Cubs, Reds and Dodgers from 1950-55, passed away at the age of 91 on Saturday.
The Reds added six players to their 40-man roster to protect them from next month’s Rule 5 Draft ahead of a deadline on Monday evening.
The Reds had third baseman Scott Rolen in the final years of his career, when he was past his prime. However, did they have him in the final years of a Hall of Fame career?
The Reds signed a pair of outfielders, Mason Williams and Rosell Herrera, to Minor League contracts on Friday and invited both to Major League camp at Spring Training.
The Reds brought back outfielder/infielder Patrick Kivlehan on Saturday. Kivlehan was re-signed to a Minor League contract and invited to big league camp for Spring Training.
It was a dream moment for any baseball-loving child. A six-year-old boy, Walter Herbert, was sitting in the front row of a Mets-Reds game on Aug. 31, and his favorite player, Joey Votto, hit a home run in the seventh inning of a 7-2 Reds win.