In the days leading up to Opening Day, we’ll be previewing The State Of The Reds at every single position on the field. Check out the previous installments of our Redleg Nation 2018 Season Preview series: —Catcher —Second Base —Third Base —Shortstop —Center Field —Right Field —Bullpen If there is one position that the Reds are OK […]

In the days leading up to Opening Day, we’ll be previewing The State Of The Reds at every single position on the field. Check out the previous installments of our Redleg Nation 2018 Season Preview series: —Catcher —Second Base —Third Base —Shortstop —Center Field —Bullpen Heading into the offseason, the Reds outfield appeared to be ripe for […]

Whether I was reeling from the cumulative effects of a multi-season rebuild or because I was nonplussed by an offseason in which the Reds’ only notable acquisitions were thirty-something journeymen relievers, I nearly scrapped my annual spring training road trip this year. “I never go to Phoenix to see the Reds play the Diamondbacks during […]

The Reds play the Texas Rangers, the first of two consecutive home night games. The game starts at 8:05 p.m. ET. No TV. Radio is WLW-700. The next two games will be on national television, carried by the MLB Network. Today’s lineup by Bryan Price: Billy Hamilton CF Eugenio Suarez 3B Joey Votto 1B Scooter […]

If you can’t get fired up, I mean way up, for Nick Senzel and Joey Votto batting back-to-back … Today, the Reds roster will be split between a home game against Cleveland and an away game against the Chicago White Sox at Camelback Ranch. Our attention will rightly be focused on the pitching mound. Homer […]

The Reds outfield finished 28th out of 30 MLB in teams in 2017 in wRC+ (86). That probably comes as a bit of surprise to some, as the Reds as a team were pretty good offensively (they ranked 15th in the MLB in wRC+ at 96). That was because the Reds employed quite possibly their […]

This week, I found myself contemplating the recent declaration that the Reds were finished adding to the roster. So I sat down and looked at the roster as it stands, trying to see what I thought about the decision to stand pat. Tucker Barnhart C Joey Votto 1B Nick Senzel 2B Eugenio Suarez 3B Jose […]

Over at the Enquirer, Zach Buchanan has the list of all the non-roster players who have been invited to the Cincinnati Reds 2018 spring training camp: The only players guaranteed spots in big-league spring training are those on the 40-man roster. … The rest is filled with prospects not yet on the 40-man or players […]

The Astros and Cubs — two teams still wearing their uniforms — did it. So will the Reds. It’s when we’ll know for sure that the rebuilding is finally over. Or at least when the Reds front office thinks that moment has arrived. We’ll see those final roster moves. Dick Williams will package a group […]

With two games left, the Reds (67-93) are certainly not ending the season on a high note. They lost another one-run game yesterday afternoon — dropping their record in such contests to 13-22 — and have now dropped nine of the last 10. They’ll look to turn their fortunes around against the Cubs (91-69) this […]

Well, there went the 1-game winning streak. Cincinnati Reds 3 • Milwaukee Brewers 4 || Box || Play Log || Statcast 23-year-old Sal Romano made his 16th start of the season for the Reds. That’s two more than the club gave to Bronson Arroyo, before his 40-year-old shoulder reached checkmate. Romano pitched 5.2 innings while striking out 7. He walked 2 and […]

The Race for the Top Draft Slots In the race for the top draft picks next season, the Reds have slipped back to the 6th slot. There are four other teams within 2.5 G of the Reds in the draft pick standings. Race for the number one pick: 1 San Francisco Giants 60 -93 .392 […]