Although the Reds have not made an official decision yet, Reds pitching prospect Hunter Greene is dreaming on the idea of beginning his 2018 season at Class A Dayton.
Bob Bailey, a onetime “bonus baby” who delivered the Montreal Expos’ first hit and won a World Series ring with the powerhouse 1976 Reds, died Tuesday in Las Vegas. He was 75.
Reds infield prospect Alex Blandino seemed poised to play himself right off of the organization’s radar in 2015-16 as he struggled to hit. That all changed in 2017, as Blandino’s bat started to click, powering him to a breakout campaign.
Members of the Reds — current and past — and the front office will be hitting the road to talk baseball with fans as Spring Training is just around the corner.
Heading into Spring Training, there will likely be several new faces competing to be in the Reds’ bullpen. On Dec. 26, veteran right-hander Jared Hughes was signed to a two-year, $4.5 million contract. Vance Worley, Kevin Quackenbush and lefty Kyle Crockett will be among those in camp as non-roster invitees, and general manager Dick Williams […]
Looking for a pitcher this offseason who can supplement their depth in both the rotation and the bullpen, the Reds may have found what they were looking for in Vance Worley. The right-hander was signed Tuesday to a Minor League contract and was invited to big league Spring Training as a non-roster player.
MLB.com is taking a look at the projected rotation of all 30 teams ahead of Spring Training. Here’s how the Reds might stack up.
Not even seven months into his professional career, since the Reds made him the No. 2 overall pick in last June’s Draft, Hunter Greene is already making an impact.
For all the shortcomings the Reds had in 2017, the lineup’s ability to produce power was not one of them. Cincinnati had a deep lineup that could clear the fences.
The holiday week signing of right-handed reliever Jared Hughes checked an important box on the list of Reds’ list of offseason needs. Hughes’ addition doesn’t necessarily indicate that general manager Dick Williams is done making bullpen upgrades, but it appeared to reduce some of the urgency.
As the new year dawns, here are five of the biggest questions the Reds face as another baseball season approaches.
The Reds endured another 94-loss season in 2017, but Joey Votto had a year to remember when he re-established himself as the Majors’ best hitter. And then there were plays that amazed — whether it was the Reds turning a triple play, Votto beating a four-outfielder shift, Billy Hamilton scoring a winning run after a […]