For nearly a decade, the Reds have traded offense for defense at shortstop. If they hope to contend in 2020, that needs to change.
Desperate times call for desparate measures, Redleg Nation. If we're going to stick in this Wild Card race, cheering for the Cubs is a must.
If you feel the need to trade Taylor Trammell for a veteran at the trade deadline in order to make a late season push, stop. Do not pass go.
After a scorching two weeks, Yasiel Puig has proved why he's the best outfield option for the Reds during their contention window.
Tyler Mahle griped to the media about being pulled in the fifth inning during his last start and many jumped on him. He might have been right after all.
After scuffling for most of the season so far, the Reds only have two more weeks to prove they can contend. Who will they have to depend on and why?
The Reds drafted Nick Lodolo last night, both the best decision the club could possibly make and also the only good decision weirdly enough.
With three bullpen implosions in the past week, maybe it's worth considering whether David Bell has been economical enough with his relievers.
Jose Iglesias has been an unlikely hero of the Reds lineup in the early going, but why? How has the light-hitting shortstop become a force at the plate?