Reds pitching prospect Hunter Greene, the No. 2 overall pick in the 2017 Draft, has logged a mere 10 professional games and only three were on the mound. But that hasn’t stopped talent evaluators from giving him a high ranking.
At the Friday 1 p.m. ET deadline for clubs and eligible players to exchange salary figures, the Reds avoided arbitration by agreeing to one-year contracts with outfielder Billy Hamilton, reliever Michael Lorenzen and starting pitcher Anthony DeSclafani. According to FanRag Sports, Hamilton will sign a $4.6 million contract, Lorenzen will get $1.31 million and DeSclafani […]
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.
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.
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.
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.
Beat reporter Mark Sheldon answers fans’ questions in a new edition of the Reds Inbox.
The Giants may not be done making splash moves this offseason