For about a month now, the Reds season has dragged, lost between unimportant and uninteresting. This weekend, that'll change thanks to Eugenio Suarez.
Another season, another September plagued by "storylines for next year" and storylines about another sport. Why the Reds need to accept they need change.
Jose Iglesias and Joey Votto: The two biggest talking points going into 2019. Who should stay, who should go, and most importantly, who's right?
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.