As we continue to count down the Top 10 longest home runs hit by the Cincinnati Reds in 2019, we look at the 453-foot moonshot hit by Yasiel Puig.
Yasiel Puig was not with the Cincinnati Reds for the entire 2019 season, but he made his presence felt at times, including this 445-foot home run.
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 hit several home runs last night, but two of them were absolutely crushed - topping the 445 foot mark.
The Cincinnati Reds made some moves at the trade deadline and Chad is joined by Chris as they look back at the moves made by the team.
The writers here at Redleg Nation check in with their quick reactions and thoughts on the trade that brings Trevor Bauer to the Cincinnati Reds.
The Cincinnati Reds, Cleveland Indians, and San Diego Padres made a 3-team blockbuster trade on Tuesday. What is the national media saying about the deal?
In a reported trade that sees them part ways with Yasiel Puig and Taylor Trammell, the Reds acquire Trevor Bauer. Nothing is confirmed, at this time.
Sellers? Buyers? Why not neither? With the trade market frozen and the Reds in limbo, doing nothing seems like the best option after all.
Wood has been a ghost for obvious reasons, but even Puig’s presence in town feels like a way station to a bigger market.
For this week's question, we took a look at which player should be the #1 target for a contract extension. We asked our panel of experts. Question: Who is the most likely Reds player to be traded at the July 31 trade deadline?