Pretend for a second that the Cincinnati Reds put Great American Ballpark up on Airbnb. How much would you pay for one night of unlimited access?
It seems that the owners and players may both be willing to make some compromises this week, getting us closer to Cincinnati Reds baseball in 2020.
A coach of a professional team in Nicaragua, who saw a large number of players catch the COVID-19 virus, passed away this week.
Sonny Gray would be near the top of the list of players the Cincinnati Reds would protect from an expansion draft, but who would join him?
Cincinnati Reds first baseman Joey Votto has been the best at his position for the last decade, but how's he stacking up against all-timers at the position?
Eugenio Suarez and Nick Senzel are expected to be ready to go whenever we can get baseball going again - that and other notes from around baseball.
Cincinnati Reds pitcher Trevor Bauer and utility man Derek Dietrich got together for some more live batting practice this week out in the desert.
There are still plenty of hurdles to overcome for Major League Baseball to return to the field in 2020 in a safe manner for all involved.
Several states have said that they are opening up to professional sports - with restrictions - starting in June. This is good news for baseball starting up.
After The Last Dance documentary on Michael Jordan and the Chicago Bulls we got to thinking about who would make a great Reds subject for a documentary.
As more information comes out from MLB's proposed losses, more people are taking a deeper look and finding many problems with their numbers.
Injuries are happening at a rather high rate in the Korea Baseball Organization right now. Is the same thing going to happen when MLB starts back up?