The Cincinnati Reds, despite being shut down from spring training, have optioned catcher Tyler Stephenson and pitcher Jose De Leon to the minor leagues.
Multiple sources "swear" the Major League Baseball season won't begin until June according to a report from Scott Miller of MLB Network Radio.
Cincinnati Reds President of Baseball Operations Dick Williams talks about what is next for the Reds after the spring was suspended.
The agreement between MLB and the MLBPA to allow players to leave spring training almost assures more than a 2 week delay to the regular season.
Sports Illustrated predicted that the Cincinnati Reds would finish in second place in the National League Central, one game behind the Chicago Cubs.
The Cincinnati Reds have released a statement regarding the suspension of spring games, the delay of the regular season, and ticket procedures.
It's being reported that Major League Baseball is expected to suspend play in spring training, but that has not happened yet.
The Cincinnati Reds Opening Day Parade has been cancelled according to their official website.
The Cincinnati Reds made their first round of cuts this spring, including sending Tejay Antone to the minors despite a 1.42 ERA this spring.