Cincinnati Reds Sign Mike Moustakas

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Cincinnati Reds Sign Mike Moustakas The Cincinnati Reds have made their first splash of the offseason as they signed infielder Mike Moustakas to a four-year, $64 million contract. This move comes on the heels of Cincinnati non-tendering Jose Peraza. This is also the largest free-agent signing in franchise history. Moustakas is coming off a productive […] READ MORE


Meet the New San Francisco Giants

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Let’s meet the new San Francisco Giants. The Giants were busy at the trading deadline making five separate trades and adding seven new players. These were not the high impact trades we expected involving Madison Bumgarner or Will Smith. But the Giants did refresh their minor leagues. A message from our President of Baseball Operations, […] READ MORE


Report: New York Yankees Trade Sonny Gray to Cincinnati Reds

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After speculation over the weekend, it is now being reported that the New York Yankees have traded Sonny Gray to the Cincinnati Reds. Prospect Shed Long is believed to be one of the key pieces of the deal and is reportedly headed to the Seattle Mariners, making it a three-team deal. Sonny Gray has been traded to the Cincinnati […] READ MORE


Scooter Gennett: The 8th Wonder of the World

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2017 was the year of Scooter Gennett. So far, it looks like 2018 is going to be the same way. Since being claimed off the waiver wire in Spring Training of 2017, Scooter has been an offensive monster. He has batted .302 with a outrageous OBP to boot. In the year and a quarter with […] READ MORE


2018 Cincinnati Reds Season Preview

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The Cincinnati Reds are gearing up for the 2018 baseball season, as their pitchers and catchers prepare to report on February 13th. Last year the Reds were 68-94, good enough for dead last in the division and fourth worst in baseball. Along the bumpy road, they had some really good moments, and some really bad. […] READ MORE



The Night Scooter Gennett Made Baseball History

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On a calm June night in Cincinnati, Scooter Gennett brought the thunder. He went 5-5 with four home runs and ten RBI. It was among the greatest offensive performances in the history of the game. This isn’t a stretch of the imagination. It isn’t bias towards the current era of baseball. It’s not raving about a mildly known […] READ MORE