The Reds announced on Monday that Buddy Bell is returning to the organization’s front office to become senior advisor to general manager and president of baseball operations Dick Williams.
Fans got a sneak peek at Major League Baseball’s upcoming awards season on Thursday with the unveiling of the finalists for this year’s Gold Glove Awards.
The Reds announced on Thursday that they’ve claimed utility second baseman and outfielder Micah Johnson off waivers from the Braves.
On June 6, Scooter Gennett became the 17th player to hit four home runs in a single game. For that achievement, Gennett netted a nomination for Best Performance in this year’s Esurance MLB Awards. Joey Votto was also nominated for an award, with the first baseman in contention for Best Player-Fan Interaction.
Jonathan Mayo checks in on the Reds’ Arizona Fall League participants, led by infielder Blake Trahan.
There is some mystery about the makeup of the Reds’ bullpen heading into 2018, specifically regarding who bridges the gap between the starters and closer Raisel Iglesias. One spot is already locked up, however: the left-handed setup man. That job belongs to Wandy Peralta.
Who will have a breakout season among the Reds’ young starters? Mark Sheldon answers questions from fans in the latest Inbox.
While many of his teammates are getting settled in for their offseason and resting their bodies after the grind of a 162-game schedule, Reds infielder Jose Peraza took very little time off.
Despite having injuries on or near both shoulders and being limited to four starts in 2017, Reds left-handed pitcher Brandon Finnegan went into his offseason with optimism.
Six-year-old Walter “Superbubz” Herbert’s smile and upbeat attitude during his cancer battle was one that had an entire city cheering and rallying for him — including Reds first baseman Joey Votto. Herbert died on Oct. 6 after two years of battling neuroblastoma. On Thursday night, according to WLWT-TV, Votto was among the hundreds of mourners […]
Beat reporter Mark Sheldon answers Reds fans’ questions in this edition of the Inbox.
First baseman Leonardo Seminati starred for the Italian national 18 and under team at the WBSC U-18 Baseball World Cup in Canada in September, hitting .424/.531/.654 with a pair of homers in 26 at-bats. He went from there to Arizona for his first action as a member of the Reds, participating in instructional league play, […]