The Reds added another reliever to compete for a bullpen spot on Tuesday when left-hander Joe Mantiply was signed to a Minor League contract. The deal came with an invitation to big league camp for Spring Training.
If the Reds do any significant offseason transactions, it usually starts after the Winter Meetings in December. However, they’ve also been known to make a deal or two at those meetings over the years. Either way, the foundation for much of their offseason work is often laid during the General Managers Meetings.
The Reds’ 40-man roster carries just three players age 30 or older, leaving a lot of young talent that the club likes. That includes numerous pitchers that could be attractive to other teams. But as he began the annual General Managers Meetings on Monday in Orlando, Fla., Reds GM Dick Williams wasn’t overly interested in […]
The Reds’ No. 1 prospect, Nick Senzel, will need to purchase some new gloves for some different positions next year.
Reds general manager Dick Williams and his front office will be on the scene in Orlando, Fla., next week for the annual General Managers Meetings that begin on Monday.
The Reds made their first move to add veteran help to their bullpen on Wednesday when they signed right-handed reliever Kevin Quackenbush to a Minor League contract, according to a source.
Reds catcher Tucker Barnhart has completed his evolution from reliable backup to injury replacement to elite backstop and Rawlings Gold Glove Award winner.
The Reds rarely go big when it comes to landing free agents. Despite having some holes to fill heading into the 2018 season, don’t expect that to change.
In an expected decision on Monday as the free-agent market opened for business, MLB.com learned via a source that the Reds will not extend a qualifying offer to shortstop Zack Cozart.
Brennan Bernardino represents the Reds in the Arizona Fall League’s 12th annual Fall Stars Game tonight at 8 ET. Watch live as the best prospects in the AFL square off on MLB Network and MLB.com.
The Reds had multiple transactions on Friday that left 33 players on their 40-man roster and created space to protect players for December’s Rule 5 Draft.
The World Series is over and the immediate transition into the Hot Stove season is underway for the Reds. Following a 94-loss 2017 season — their third in a row of more than 90 losses — there is plenty of work to do for general manager Dick Williams and the front office.