Checking in on Jose Peraza

Jose Peraza has had a good month. Over the past 28 days (24 games) Peraza is batting .337 with a .360 OBP and .823 OPS. If the season were only 24 games old, Peraza would be top 5 in the National League in batt... Read More...

Odd Man Out

Hamilton, Duvall, Schebler, Winker…four names to occupy three spots in the Reds’ outfield. At the end of the day it’s a good problem to have, but the Reds’ front office will have to m... Read More...

A Bullpen Comparison

Home runs, blown saves, and a habit of breaking your heart: these are the things that defined the Reds’ bullpen in 2016. Not even a year later, what was a major detriment for the Reds in 2016 has turned ... Read More...

Reevaluating Zack Cozart

Zack Cozart is off to a hot start. He’s one of the main reasons for the Reds early season success and has shown that he is fully recovered from the right knee injury that ended his season in 2015 and the... Read More...

Breaking Down Dilson Herrera

A little over a month ago Dilson Herrera was traded from the Mets in exchange for Red’s right fielder Jay Bruce. Herrera is a 22 year old right handed second baseman of Columbian decent. He was signed by... Read More...

Paying the Price

Bryan Price is in a tough spot. He’s currently managing one of the worst teams in baseball, is a lame duck manager, and has the obligation to help one of the younger teams in the league continue to devel... Read More...

Adam Duvall and Chasing History

Adam Duvall and George Foster have at least one thing in common: through their first 71 games to start a season they have both hit 20 home runs. George Foster’s 20 homers to start a season came in 1977 w... Read More...