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.
The Competitive Balance rounds for the 2018 Draft — at the ends of the first and second rounds — have been set. Eight teams will pick in Competitive Balance Round A, while six will make selections in Competitive Balance Round B.
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.
Raisel Iglesias might get to settle down in the Queen City after all. Although at least one other team has been said to have interest in acquiring Iglesias, the Cincinnati Reds are reportedly telling rival clubs that they plan to hold onto their Cuban closer this offseason, according to Ken Rosenthal of The Athletic. Cincinnati […]
Fresh off a surprising appearance in the American League wild-card game, the Minnesota Twins are apparently eyeing a potential improvement to their relief corps on the trade market. Minnesota reportedly inquired with the Cincinnati Reds about the availability of closer Raisel Iglesias, sources told Jon Morosi of MLB Network. It's unclear how far those talks […]
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.
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.