Mickey Moniak clearly needs more minor-league time to reach his ceiling, no matter how modest it may be.
by: Drew Koch — Fansided: Blog Red Machine 17h
The Reds budget may restrict them from re-signing Trevor Bauer. The Cincinnati Reds spent big last winter. Don't expect that again this offseason. After do...
by: Drew Koch — Fansided: Blog Red Machine 20 Oct
Nick Krall will have a full plate this winter as the new head of Reds front office. Nick Krall received a promotion, sort of, on Monday. The Cincinnati Red...
by: Scott Boyken — Fansided: Blog Red Machine 19 Oct
Reds outfielder Nick Senzel and the playing field continued to have an estranged relationship. I'm not one to believe in curses, but Nick Senzel's inabilit...
by: Nightengale, Cincinnati Enquirer — Cincinnati Enquirer 17 Oct
The Reds scored two or fewer runs in 21 of their 62 games this season. Was bad luck to blame or deeper issues?
by: Jonathan Mayo — MLB: Braves 13 Oct
According to then Braves scouting director Brian Bridges, there was only one player that area scout Greg Morhardt had ever believed in as strongly as he did Ian Anderson prior to the 2016 Draft. That was back in 2009, when Morhardt was an area scout...
by: Mo Egger — ESPN: ESPN 1530 10 Oct
I Had Questions. Here's How The Reds Provided Answers. By Mo Egger Oct 10, 2020 This was ... The questions I asked were spread across three different parts. . . Beats me.
by: Drew Koch — Fansided: Blog Red Machine 10 Oct
Reds outfielder Shogo Akiyama got off to a rough start. The abrupt halt to spring training and abbreviated season may have effected no one on the Cincinnat...
by: Doug Gray — SweetSpot: Redleg Nation 9 Oct
Korean shortstop Ha-Seong Kim is going to be posted this offseason. Does he make sense for the Cincinnati Reds?
by: Mark Sheldon — MLB: Reds 7 Oct
Reds president of baseball operations Dick Williams has stepped down after five seasons in that position. Williams, whose family has an ownership stake in the club, is looking to spend more time with his wife and kids and work in non-baseball...
by: Mark Sheldon — MLB: Reds 6 Oct
The Reds had momentum going into the postseason. They had the starting pitching. That, combined with enough offensive weapons, should have made them a nightmare for playoff opponents, as Joey Votto said. Clearly, that dream scenario did not come true.
by: Doug Gray — SweetSpot: Redleg Nation 5 Oct
A national writer thinks that Cincinnati could be a landing spot this offseason for Francisco Lindor, but the Reds would pay a huge price.
by: Nightengale, Cincinnati Enquirer — Cincinnati Enquirer 5 Oct
The Reds viewed the 2020 season as a playoff-or-bust year. Now they'll enter an important offseason as they try to become a World Series contender.
Francisco Lindor trade landing spots: Nine teams who potentially make sense for Cleveland's star shortstop - CBSSports.com
by: R.J. Anderson Oct 4, 2020 at 10:57 am ET11 min read — CBS Sports 4 Oct
The Los Angeles Angels, Cincinnati Reds, and Philadelphia Phillies are among the teams who make the most sense