The Cincinnati Reds have outrighted Derek Dietrich, Christian Colon, Keury Mella, and Jackson Stephens to Triple-A Louisville.
If the Reds want 2020 to be any different than 2019, the whole organizational philosophy will have to change. That seems rather unlikely.
Sure, the wins and lossess aren't in the proper balance, but this Reds team has been fun. THere are plenty of memories to be had, let's look at five.
The Cincinnati Reds made a pair of roster moves late on Thursday, sending Tyler Mahle back to Triple-A and placing Jesse Winker on the injured list.
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.
Sellers? Buyers? Why not neither? With the trade market frozen and the Reds in limbo, doing nothing seems like the best option after all.
The Cincinnati Reds and the first place Chicago Cubs begin a three game series tonight at Wrigley Field in Chicago.
Is Luis Castillo the Reds' MVP to this point in the season? He is if you believe in the merits of the WAR (Wins Above Replacement) statistic.
Be not mesmerized, dear baseball fan, by the songs of small sample size, for they will lead you to ruin.
After a scorching two weeks, Yasiel Puig has proved why he's the best outfield option for the Reds during their contention window.
The Cincinnati Reds hope to bounce back from their loss Satruday against the Milwaukee Brewers and secure a series win today.