The Reds recalled IF/OF Brandon Dixon who was hitting .326/.371/.527/.899 at AAA Louisville. The 26 year old utility man lead the Bats with 12 2B, 14 RBI, 8 SB, and 38 SO. Dixon is very versatile as he can play 1B/2B/3B/LF/RF and provides good RH power from the bench. The Reds have also recalled RH […]

So, last night on Twitter, I made the egregious suggestion that Scooter Gennett was likely not a player to count on over the long term. Correspondingly, my mentions caught fire like dry brush at a fireworks show. Today, we’re gonna do something. We’re gonna look at every player currently playing a prominent role on the […]

The Reds have stumbled into some tough decisions that need to be made regarding the future of the middle infield. Several names been both added and subtracted from the list of candidates over the past year or two, leading us to the current state of the roster that features Jose Peraza and Scooter Gennett. With […]

The Cincinnati Reds (15-29) will look to continue their 2018 dominance of the Chicago Cubs (22-18) this weekend in Great American Ball Park. Despite their poor overall record, the Reds have eviscerated their division foes, going undefeated against the NL Central favorites this year. The two teams will meet for four games in three days, […]

The Reds trade of C Devin Mesoraco for RH SP Matt Harvey wasn’t the only move in the Reds organization the last few days. The following are a several additional notable moves the Reds made recently down on the farm. 2B Dilson Herrera was recently promoted to the AAA Louisville Bats from the A+ Daytona […]

The Reds made several interesting roster moves late last week. To make room on the roster for IF Eugenio Suarez and RP David Hernandez, who were returning from the DL, they optioned OF Phillip Ervin, IF Cliff Pennington, and IF Phil Gosselin to AAA Louisville. Then in a surprising move, the Reds also recalled OF/IF […]

Should Nick Senzel be developed as a shortstop? Or a third baseman? Or a second baseman? That question has been on the minds of Reds management for weeks. Senzel’s best position is third base, but that spot belongs to Eugenio Suarez, he of the seven-year contract extension. In the press conference announcing Suarez’s new contract, […]

The Reds travel to Salt River Fields to play the Arizona Diamondbacks. The game starts at 4:10 p.m. ET. Radio is WLW-700. The video broadcast is on the MLB Network and Fox Sports Ohio. Here is Bryan Price’s starting lineup: Ben Revere CF Jesse Winker LF Joey Votto 1B Scooter Gennett DH Eugenio Suarez 3B […]

The Reds are back on the MLB Network against the Seattle Mariners, the team they played yesterday. The location shifts from Goodyear Ballpark to the Peoria Sports Complex. Game time is 4:10 pm ET (Arizona doesn’t use Daylight Saving Time). Radio is WLW-700. The MLB Network is broadcasting the game. Bryan Price’s lineup to face […]

Here are some highlights from today’s 14-12 loss at the hands of the White Sox. If you want to see the box score, here it is. Scott Schebler went 4-4 with a home run (see below) and he’s now hitting .579 this spring. Dilson Herrera was 3-4, so that’s good. Enjoy the highlights, but this […]

The Reds travel to Camelback Ranch to play the Chicago White Sox. Camelback is the home to the White Sox and Dodgers. The game starts at 3:05 p.m. ET. No television, radio on WLW-700. Here is Bryan Price’s lineup: Jose Peraza SS Nick Senzel 3B Joey Votto 1B Scott Schebler CF Adam Duvall LF Dilson […]

Note: Permit us to introduce Jackson Thurnquist, the newest member of the Redleg Nation family. Jackson will be writing regularly here at the Nation throughout the 2018 season. Please make him feel welcome! Check out the previous installments of our Redleg Nation 2018 Season Preview series: —Shortstop Until last year, the Reds never had to […]