Cincinnati Reds

Andrew Dupont - Jan 20, 2023

One of the most exciting times of the year is coming up rapidly for baseball fans – Spring Training. Even though Arizona and Florida are where games take place, Las Vegas has become home to “Big League Weekend.” This year, the Colorado Rockies, Cincinnati Reds, Oakland Athletics, and Kansas City Royals will be making their way […]


Drew Lutts - Aug 8, 2022

The Cincinnati Reds farm system has improved over the year. With additions like Noelvi Marte and Edwin Arroyo, they have built one of the best minor league systems in all baseball. There is one prospect in particular who is making waves, though. That prospect is shortstop Elly De La Cruz. The 18-year-old is dynamite with both the […]

Drew Lutts - Aug 2, 2022

In another move to clear contracts off the books, the Cincinnati Reds have traded Brandon Drury to the San Diego Padres. In return, the Reds will receive 18-year-old Shortstop Victor Acosta. Both teams have been busy with the trade deadline dwindling. San Diego is gunning for the National League West title by trading for Juan […]

Drew Lutts - Aug 2, 2022

The Cincinnati Reds fire sale continued today just before the trade deadline. They have traded RHP Tyler Mahle to the Minnesota Twins in exchange for three prospects. The Reds will receive infielder Spencer Steer, third baseman Christian Incarnation-Strand, and left-handed pitcher Steven Hajjar. Each of these prospects ranks in the top 30 of the Twins […]

Luis Castillo
Drew Lutts - Jul 29, 2022

Reds Ship Luis Castillo to Mariners for Prospect Haul Cue the fire sale in Cincinnati. The Cincinnati Reds have traded right handed pitcher Luis Castillo to the Seattle Mariners for a huge haul of prospects. Castillo’s name has been a hot one on the market with multiple teams in the mix all year long. The […]

Nick Senzel
Drew Lutts - Jul 20, 2022

When the Cincinnati Reds selected Nick Senzel in the 2016 MLB Draft, they had high hopes. At the University of Tennessee, Senzel was fantastic. When he got to the pros, the Reds tinkered with the former third baseman, and his positions. Senzel has been subject to much ridicule, mostly because of his injuries over the […]

Trade Deadline
Drew Lutts - Jul 19, 2022

The 2022 MLB Trade Deadline is rapidly approaching. There are many teams who will be buyers, and many who will be sellers. The Cincinnati Reds are apart of the latter. Standing 34–57 and last in the NL Central, the Reds will likely continue their fire sale from the past offseason. After jettisoning the likes of […]

Luis Castillo
Drew Lutts - Jul 18, 2022

Starting pitching is a key need for every single team in the league. Finding an ace can be a daunting task for many teams, but also can provide a plethora of riches when it pans out. Luis Castillo is no doubt the ace of the Cincinnati Reds in 2022, and he has turned into one of […]

Diamondbacks Reds
Evan Thompson - Jun 16, 2022

Diamondbacks 7, Reds 4 PHOENIX, Jun 15 — With starter Zac Gallen uncharacteristically hitting four of the first eight batters he faced, another frustrating game against the Cincinnati Reds appeared to be in store for the Arizona Diamondbacks. However, Gallen only allowed two to score, retiring the final sixteen batters he faced. A big inning […]

Reds Diamondbacks
Evan Thompson - Jun 15, 2022

Reds 5, Diamondbacks 3 (12) PHOENIX, Jun 14 — Zach Davies and Tyler Mahle both pitched brilliantly — Davies for the Arizona Diamondbacks and Mahle for the Cincinnati Reds. But it took extra innings to decide this duel. Ultimately, the Reds prevailed, 5–3, in a strange 12-inning affair, one where only two of the eight […]

Reds Diamondbacks
Evan Thompson - Jun 14, 2022

Reds 5, Diamondbacks 4 PHOENIX, Jun 13 — Cincinnati Reds designated hitter Brandon Drury smacked a three-run home run, sparking a come-from-behind 5–4 victory over the Arizona Diamondbacks Monday night. The starting pitchers — Diamondbacks righty Merrill Kelly and Reds lefty Mike Minor — traded zeroes in the first two innings. In the bottom of […]

Jim Marshall - Jun 6, 2022

The Cincinnati Reds Tyler Stephenson is mastering the everyday catcher’s role after the trade of Tucker Barnhart. Stephenson has more than shown everyone that he is their everyday catcher. He has both offensive and defensive skills and has shown his leadership on the field. 2022 Statistics Tyler Stephenson is mastering the everyday catcher’s role and […]

Reds rookie pitcher
Jim Marshall - May 26, 2022

The Cincinnati Reds‘ rookie pitcher Alexis Díaz is giving the fans something to cheer about. Their team currently has the worst record in baseball, which now sits at 14–30. However, he is proving to be reliable and appears to have earned the confidence and trust of manager David Bell. Never a Top Prospect Cincinnati Reds […]

Trevor Bauer
Caleb Begley - Apr 29, 2022

Los Angeles Dodgers starter Trevor Bauer has been suspended by Major League Baseball for a total of 324 games, according to Jeff Passan. This is due to an alleged violation of MLB’s domestic violence policy. It is the longest suspension in the policy’s existence. Per ESPN’s Alden Gonzalez, “Bauer…was accused of sexual assault by a […]

Jim Marshall - Apr 27, 2022

Cincinnati Reds‘ pitcher Nick Lodolo got first MLB win this past Sunday. That win ended an 11-game losing streak for this team that has started 2022 off slow. Hopefully his outing along with their other prospect Hunter Greene  gives the Reds fans some hope for the future. Memorable First Win Cincinnati Reds pitcher Nick Lodolo got […]

Braves Defending Champion
Caleb Begley - Apr 14, 2022

Saying that the opening week of the 2022 Atlanta Braves season has been a roller coaster is like saying that the sky is blue. It’s simple fact. On the one hand, multiple offensive components have shredded opposing pitching. On the other, multiple holes have appeared within the Braves starting pitching. It would be foolhardy to […]



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