This Week on the Farm
Minors

This Week on the Farm

I’ve returned from vacation to warmer climates.  It’s time to catch up with what has been going on down on the Red’s farm teams over the last few weeks while I was away. AAA Louisville Bats Matt Magill, who came to the Reds from the Dodgers in the Chris Heisey trade, had season ending Tommy … Continue reading

This Week on the Farm
Minors

This Week on the Farm

Injuries and the recent changes on the big club have caused a bit of change to the top level roster.   Let’s look at roster movements and check in on a few pitchers from each of the teams. AAA Louisville Bats The Michael Lorenzen call up left an open spot in the pitching rotation.  That spot … Continue reading

This Week on the Farm
Minors

This Week on the Farm

We are now two weeks into the minor league schedule.  Let’s check in on a hitter or two from each of the four teams playing.  We’ll look more at the fringe type prospects rather than the top prospects you hear about all the time. AAA Louisville Bats Steve Selsky had a good game on Wednesday, … Continue reading

This Week on the Farm
Minors

This Week on the Farm

Today we’ll check in down on the farm and see who got off to quick starts and how some of the top prospects did the first week of the season.  Remember, these are pretty small sample sizes, so one good game or start can change these numbers pretty quick. AAA Louisville Bats The Bats started … Continue reading

This Week on the Farm
Minors

This Week on the Farm

We are gearing up for another season of baseball here at Redleg Nation and I’m happy to be once again providing the weekly “This Week on the Farm” column. I’ll use this space to discuss the progress and personnel of the Reds minor league affiliates. I’ll try to provide you with some news and notes … Continue reading

The 4A Shuffle
Minors

The 4A Shuffle

It’s that time of year when long time minor leaguers become free agents and teams resign players from this pool to restock depth at the upper levels of minor leagues.  The Reds showed last year that they were not adequately stocked at this level to help back fill the many injuries they had to key … Continue reading