A flurry of roster moves today, and it seems like the Cincinnati Reds are getting closer and closer to having the 25-man roster that will take the field on Opening Day later this week. Here are the details: Reds option LHP Cody Reed and INF Alex Blandino to AAA Louisville; send to minor league camp […]

No, surely. I’ve been saying for the last few months that Jesse Winker needs to be leading off for the Reds, and he needs to get at least 550 at-bats in the 2018 season. Nothing I’ve seen from him either last year (.298/.375/.529) or this spring (.400/.450/.629, with a mammoth home run) has caused me […]

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 […]

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 […]

The Reds travel to Scottsdale this afternoon to play the San Francisco Giants. Reminder: Andrew McCutchen and Evan Longoria now play for San Francisco. Neither in the lineup today. Game starts at 3:05 p.m. ET. Radio on WSAI-1360. Here’s Bryan Price’s lineup to face Giants lefty Madison Bumgarner: Jose Peraza DH Jesse Winker RF Devin […]

The Cincinnati Reds have signed a couple of veterans and invited them to spring training with the major league club. News broke tonight that outfielder Ben Revere had signed with the club. Sources: Ben revere agrees to reds deal — Jon Heyman (@JonHeyman) February 25, 2018 Revere is expected to earn 1M to 1.5M assuming […]

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 […]

The title of this post is deliberately misleading. You’re all thinking of the cartoon and expecting a post about how oblivious the Reds are being. (Some clueless editor even added it as the featured image on the home page. Good work, Chad.) Nope. Not today. There’s a lot of hand-wringing around the internets, which is […]

This week’s respondents are Jason Linden, Wes Jenkins, Bill Lack, Grant Freking, and Chad Dotson. Our Daily Reds Obsession: Will Jesse Winker win the 2018 Rookie of the Year award? Jason: Nope. Because Nick Senzel will. Yes, I’m serious. What I think can be realistically expected from Winker: an OBP right around .400, enough homers […]

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 […]

The Short Version: Leading 4-2 entering the bottom of the eighth inning, Michael Lorenzen and the Reds snatch defeat from the jaws of victory, as an Ian Happ home run gave Chicago a 5-2 win. Final R H E Cincinnati Reds (67-93) 4 8 2 Chicago Cubs (91-69) 5 9 0 W: Duensing (1-1) L: […]