The Cincinnati Reds have hired former 1st round draft pick David Espinosa as an international scouting crosschecker.
Jose Iglesias was the best defender among the Cincinnati Reds players this year, but they were shut out of being named Gold Glove finalists in 2019.
The Cincinnati Reds have hired Alan Zinter as their new hitting coach, and promoted Donnie Ecker to assistant hitting coach and director of hitting.
The Cincinnati Reds are the only Major League Baseball team to never have a Japanese player on their roster. Two big names may be available this offseason.
The Cincinnati Reds are reportedly interested in free agent outfielder Marcell Ozuna, who spent the last two years with the St. Louis Cardinals.
Last offseason the Cincinnati Reds were reportedly interested in outfielder Jackie Bradley Jr. Could they still be interested and does it make sense?
Bloomberg is reporting that MLB will soon allow investment groups to purchase limited partnerships in teams that are willing to sell shares.
The Cincinnati Reds have picked up left-handed pitcher Josh Smith off of waivers and designated catcher Juan Graterol for assignment.
Eugenio Suarez broke home run records in 2019 with 49 of them, but did he see the biggest boost in home runs per fly ball among the Cincinnati Reds in 2019?