Cincinnati and Cleveland played at \nGoodyear Ballpark on Sunday, Feb. 28.
by: Doug Gray — SweetSpot: Redleg Nation 5h
Players that we believed were out of options heading into the 2021 season may not be as teams await rulings from Major League Baseball.
by: @Reds — MLB: Film Room 6h
Kyle Farmer smashes a triple off the wall in right field in the 3rd inning, but Mark Payton is thrown out at home attempting to score
by: Mark Sheldon — MLB: Reds 6h
Not only is Kyle Farmer looking to shed his status as a utility player to become the Reds' regular shortstop for 2021, he viewed his change of uniform numbers as another type of status change. Sunday vs. Cleveland marked Farmer’s first game wearing...
by: Wick Terrell — SB Nation: Red Reporter 7h
Baseball in consumable form!
by: Doug Gray — Reds Minor Leagues 11h
Kyle Holder is not only playing for a spot on the 26-man roster, he's also competing for the starting shortstop spot for the Cincinnati Reds.
by: https://www.wcpo.com/reggie-wilson — WCPO 16h
If you’re a baseball fan, you know about the Negro Leagues. But you might not know about the most notable all-Black team that played in Cincinnati: The Cincinnati Tigers, who hit the field in the early '30s.
by: @Reds — MLB: Film Room 27 Feb
Jonathan India talks about gaining experience and developing a connection with teammate Mike Moustakas
by: Mark Sheldon — MLB: Reds 27 Feb
Reds right fielder Nick Castellanos left little doubt that he wanted to turn the page from a 2020 season that was every bit of disappointing. It was his first season in Cincinnati after he signed a four-year, $64 million contract. “I'm sure if we...
by: Charlie Goldsmith, Cincinnati Enquirer — Cincinnati Enquirer 27 Feb
How Kyle Farmer and Dee Strange-Gordon are preparing to improve at the plate; top infield prospect Jonathan India ready for the big leagues
by: Doug Gray — Reds Minor Leagues 27 Feb
Cionel Pérez is entering his first season in the Cincinnati Reds organization, and pitching coach Derek Johnson is intrigued by his arm.
by: Wick Terrell — SB Nation: Red Reporter 27 Feb
Spring training sportsball on your tele!
by: Doug Gray — SweetSpot: Redleg Nation 27 Feb
MLB Network will broadcast two Cincinnati Reds baseball games this week as they unveil their schedule for the first week of spring training.
RT @drivelinebases: Pitchers who chose to sign w/ the #Reds post-draft. Big arms here. Remember 'em! Stevie Branche, RHP Myles Gayman, RHP Damian Henderson, LHP Tyler Keysor, RHP Brett Lockwood, RHP Leo Nierenberg, RHP James Proctor, RHP Carson Rudd, RHP Braxton Roxby, RHP Carson Spiers, RHP https://t.co/gF2WuKcz2hBlogger / Podcaster
RT @drivelinebases: It's a great day to be a Red! One month away before @Christianroa24 (2nd round, 48th overall) gets into his first Spring Training and gets going - was unable to make it to Fall Instructional League. Here's what he's doing to get ready and get better.... #Reds https://t.co/FSldjSZXnPBlogger / Podcaster
I have no idea if anyone else has written about this or not yet this year, but I haven't seen it and stumbled onto some interesting information about players possibly qualifying for a 4th option year in 2021 who usually wouldn't. But it's even more fun: Even the teams don't know.Aristides Aquino and José De León might not be out of options, and they aren't the only ones in the game that are waiting to find out https://t.co/vS27WBNkjkBlogger / Podcaster
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