The Cincinnati Reds faired well in the latest prospect rankings from Fangraphs, MLB Network adds several games to watch this spring, and MLB's new rules.
Cincinnati Reds pitcher Michael Lorenzen followed up his solid season in 2018 with an even better season in 2019, as a pitcher and as a position player.
Sal Romano cleared waivers and was outrighted to Triple-A Louisville. The Cincinnati Reds also invited him to big league spring training.
Baseball Prospectus has released the PECOTA Standings for 2020, and right now the projections have the Cincinnati Reds as the NL Central favorites.
The playoffs could see a new format as soon as the 2022 season if Major League Baseball's proposed plan goes through to expand, and change things up.
Cincinnati Reds first baseman Joey Votto is coming off of a season that he felt was the worst of his career. He arrived early to spring training this year.
Shogo Akiyama hit for a high average in recent years while playing in Japan. PECOTA forecasts have him doing that in the Major Leagues in 2020, too.
Anthony DeSclafani put together arguably his best season with the Cincinnati Reds in 2019, but it didn't start out that way.
The ZiPS projections are now available for the entire National League Central division. What do they project for the Cincinnati Reds against the teams?