This Week on the Farm
Minors

This Week on the Farm

While the Reds are in Philadelphia inventing new ways for their bullpen to blow up, we’ll check out the farm system and see if there’s anything down there to spark our interest and maybe give us some hope.  Also remember the MLB Draft takes place next week and that the players selected there will go … Continue reading

This Week on the Farm
Minors

This Week on the Farm

How time flies when we are having fun.  We are already about one third of the way through the minor league season.  Hitters are fast approaching 200 PA and SP are right about 50 IP already.  Given the Reds recent 9 game losing streak, I ‘m glad to writing a column about the minors.  Here’s … 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

Fear and Loathing in Goodyear (weekend edition)
2015 Spring Training

Fear and Loathing in Goodyear (weekend edition)

• This morning’s Cincinnati Enquirer (Rosecrans) has a great article about Zack Cozart and the Reds shortstop position. It includes a detailed analysis of Eugenio Suarez, an infielder who plays shortstop that the Reds acquired from the Detroit Tigers in the Alfredo Simon trade. Even with his paucity of offensive contributions in 2014, Cozart had a … Continue reading

This Week on the Farm
Minors

This Week on the Farm

All of the Reds minor league teams except for Billings have ended their regular season.  So let’s take a look at how each team finished up. AAA Louisville Bats The Bats finished the year with a 68-75 record.  They finished in last place in the International League West 10.5 games back.  The Bats offense put … Continue reading