Cincinnati Reds Trade Tyler Mahle to the Minnesota Twins

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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 […] READ MORE


Nick Senzel is Heating Up

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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 […] READ MORE


Cincinnati Reds Nick Lodolo Gets First MLB Win

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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 […] READ MORE


Diamondbacks Spring Training 2022 Report: April 3

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Diamondbacks Spring Training: April 3, 2022 Saturday saw another Arizona Diamondbacks spring training workout in the morning. That afternoon, they hosted the Cincinnati Reds in a 1:10 pm Cactus League exhibition game. Diamondbacks righty Corbin Martin faced Reds lefty Nick Lodolo. Torey Lovullo Pregame Madison Bumgarner, to no surprise, will be the Opening Day starter. […] READ MORE


MLB Top 100 Prospects: 80-71

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MLB Top 100 Prospects: 80-71 We are back with another 10 prospects. We are to the point of some very high upside guys that should provide value even if they don’t quite reach their potential. However, we have some guys with serious superstar potential here. Granted, we may never see it, but these guys have […] READ MORE



Nick Lodolo 2019 MLB Draft Profile

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Nick Lodolo is no stranger to the MLB draft. In 2016, the 6’6”, 185 lb. lefty rated as the number one left-handed pitcher in the state of California (ninth overall in the nation), a distinction that pressed the Pittsburgh Pirates to select him with the 41st overall pick that year. Despite a reported $1,750,000 offer from the […] READ MORE