Doug Gray has all the details, but twenty Reds minor leaguers elected to file for minor league free agency today. Among them were a few guys who have gotten some time in the big leagues with the Reds, such as Kyle Waldrop and Donald Lutz. To be eligible for minor league free agency, a player […]

#reds recall from Cody Reed, Keyvius Sampson, Robert Stephenson, select from Louisville contract of Wandy Peralta, designated Kyle Waldrop — John Fay (@johnfayman) September 2, 2016 With rosters expanding as of yesterday, it appears that the Reds have called up four pitchers to the big league club: RHP Robert Stephenson, LHP Cody Reed, RHP Wandy […]

How about a quick snapshot of what the Reds have been doing since the All-Star break, while we’re waiting for an update on Homer Bailey’s arm? The Reds have played 40 games in the second half of the season, which represents about 1/4 of the full year. Their record in those games: 23-17. Over the […]

The Reds are on a bit of a roll and have Anthony DeSclafani back in the rotation now.  The bullpen is about to get a boost as Michael Lorenzen and Raisel Iglesias are due to return from their rehab assignments next week.  We also just had Jose Peraza called up to replace an injured Jordan […]

Atlanta’s Rebuild Binder is the full monty of reboot. The theory is they’ll be ready to compete next year when they move into their new suburban stadium. Strikes me that plan is working about as well as the last time folks moved out of Atlanta. Fitting that the Reds won on a bases loaded walk, […]

A 4-game winning streak, six wins out of eight, for these Reds. Impossible? “Impossible is just a big word thrown around by small men who find it easier to live in the world they’ve been given than to explore the power they have to change it. Impossible is not a fact. It’s an opinion. Impossible […]

The Cincinnati Reds (13-19) play the Pittsburgh Pirates (17-14) for the 3rd three-game series already this season. The Reds won two of three in their first series at GABP back in early April while the Pirates returned the favor at PNC Park just 10 days ago. Now these two teams are at it again downtown for […]

The Reds play the Milwaukee Brewers this afternoon in Maryvale. The game starts at 4:05 p.m. and will be broadcast live on the MLB Network, streamed on MLB.tv and broadcast on MLB.com radio. Here is the lineup: Billy Hamilton CF Jose Peraza 2B Joey Votto 1B Jay Bruce RF Adam Duvall 3B Scott Schebler LF Ivan […]

In the Reds quest to provide us with the best draft pick possible for us to follow next year, they have grabbed a firm hold on last place in the NL Central.  They now have their sites set on overtaking  Colorado (1 GB), Miami (2 GB), and Philadelphia (3 GB) to obtain the number one […]

There’s just a week and change left in August—after that calendar page turns every MLB team will be able to bring up any or all of the members of their 40-man roster in their respective minor league systems. The Reds have 14 gentlemen who fit such a description, six of whom are position players. Barring […]

[Tom Diesman is out of town this week. We asked Warren Leeman (known here and the far eastern territory of Russia as Shchi Cossack) to pinch hit. Thanks, Warren!] With the Big Club’s season over from a competitive perspective and the minor league season winding down, a look back through the 2015 minor league season […]

The Reds’ 2015 campaign can be broken down into four separate segments: Segment 1: The 4-0 start — remember Todd Frazier’s Opening Day thunderbolt? — and Bryan Price’s blow-up. Segment 2: Season-ending injuries to Devin Mesoraco and Homer Bailey as well as a nine-game losing streak in May curtailed any chance the Reds possessed at playoff contention. Segment […]