The Reds have signed free agent Derek Dietrich to a minor-league contract. Dietrich is a utility player with pop in his bat.
The Cincinnati Reds should delay Nick Senzel's debut for two weeks so that the team has an entire extra year of rights over his services.
With Alex Wood's arbitration case settled, we now know what the Reds payroll will likely be in 2019 and can compare it to previous seasons.
Dick Williams and David Bell, sons and grandsons of Reds nobility, have each come their own distance the past ten years. They find themselves prepared, in this time and place, to produce positive generational change for their family’s baseball team.
The Cincinnati Reds were able to reach 1-year agreements with starting pitcher Anthony DeSclafani and second baseman Scooter Gennett for the 2019 season.
The Reds front office appears to be changing for the better. And that’s a good thing, because the most difficult, long-lasting moves are yet to come.
The Cincinnati Reds have landed Yasiel Puig, Matt Kemp, Alex Wood, and Kyle Farmer in trade from the Dodgers for Homer Bailey, Jeter Downs and Josiah Gray.
Taking a quick look at how the updated Cincinnati Reds payroll looks for the 2019 season, and how much wiggle room they could have in the budget to spend.