The Cincinnati Reds could look at the outfielders in the free agent market to try and improve their offense in the 2020 season.
Last night's World Series game featured two players showing emotion on the field after big plays. Reds reliever Amir Garrett wants to see more of that.
The Cincinnati Reds head to free agency with several spots they could upgrade. The middle infield could be one of them, and there are a handful of options.
With the offseason upon us it's time to look back at the 2019 season, and today we're taking a look back at Joey Votto of the Cincinnati Reds.
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.