With Spring Training fast approaching, MLB.com is taking a look at different aspects of the 2018 Reds. Today’s topic: predicting the 25-man roster.
With a goal to earn a job on the big league pitching staff for the Reds when Spring Training opens next week, Amir Garrett isn’t wasting time. Like others on the club, Garrett is already in camp in Goodyear, Ariz., working out and getting ready.
The Reds added two more pitchers on Thursday when right-handers Jeff Manship and Domingo Tapia were signed to Minor League contracts with invites to big league camp.
Perhaps not since Cuban flamethrower Aroldis Chapman in 2010, or outfielder Jay Bruce before that, have the Reds had someone with no Major League experience who will be as intriguing as top prospect Nick Senzel.
Starting pitcher Fred Norman and manager Dave Bristol will join Adam Dunn to complete the Cincinnati Reds Hall of Fame’s Induction Class of 2018.
The Reds prevailed in a salary-arbitration case with third baseman Eugenio Suarez, MLB.com learned from a club source on Tuesday. After hearing from both sides, the panel ruled in favor of the club.
On Tuesday, a 53-foot tractor-trailer truck backed into the loading dock of Great American Ball Park to be filled with equipment headed to the Reds’ Spring Training facilities in Goodyear, Ariz.
The Reds have some young arms that could give their rotation a boost a year after Cincy’s starters finished last in the National League in ERA.
When reliever Austin Brice went on Reds Caravan last week, the team had yet to finalize its signing of David Hernandez to a two-year, $5 million contract. The deal essentially locked up a fourth, and perhaps a fifth, bullpen spot.
Just by virtue of his being the 11th overall pick in the 2015 Draft, prospect Tyler Stephenson and the Reds had easily envisioned the catcher’s path toward reaching the Major Leagues. They still do, despite some obstacles. Injuries have limited the 21-year-old in each of the past two years at Class A Dayton, where he […]
Former Padres and D-backs general manager Kevin Towers has died after a battle with cancer. He was 56.