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Red Reporter Feb 15, 2019
David Bell hints at how he’ll manage the Cincinnati Reds pitching staff

David Bell hints at how he’ll manage the Cincinnati Reds pitching staff

It’s early in camp, but some clear roles are being defined. Luis Castillo sports a fastball that can hit 100 mph and a devastating change-up, making him one of the more tantalizing young pitchers the Cincinnati Reds have had around in some time. Anthony DeSclafani, when healthy, has shown he’s a plenty capable big league starter, with a 3 fWAR and near 3 bWAR season already under his belt, respectively. Add-in that each of Tanner Roark, Sonny Gray, and Alex Wood were brought in from outside the organization in an effort to #GetThePitching this winter, and it’s no surprise that those...
Cincinnati.com Feb 15, 2019
Cincinnati Reds went with quantity when looking for pitchers to create a quality rotation

Cincinnati Reds went with quantity when looking for pitchers to create a quality rotation

Sonny Gray, Tanner Roark, Alex Wood are cinches to start Opening Day, but the Reds hope they turn the rotation around.         
Cincinnati.com Feb 15, 2019

New Cincinnati Reds pitcher Tanner Roark: 'Been a great transition'

New Cincinnati Reds pitcher Tanner Roark discusses the transition to his new time after being acquired from the Washington Nationals.         
Cincinnati.com Feb 14, 2019

Cincinnati Reds pitchers Gray, Roark throw in the bullpen

Newly acquired Cincinnati Reds pitchers Sonny Gray and Tanner Roark throw in the bullpen in Goodyear, Arizona.         
Red Reporter Feb 14, 2019
What if the Cincinnati Reds finally get a healthy Anthony DeSclafani?

What if the Cincinnati Reds finally get a healthy Anthony DeSclafani?

The righty is healthy, again. For now. Sonny Gray is 29 years old, is fresh off a new contract extension, and while he has topped 3 fWAR in MLB seasons before, he’s never once topped 4. Alex Wood has a similar story, a 28 year old who just won his final arbitration hearing who has managed to successfully top 3 fWAR in a season, but not 4. Tanner Roark is the eldest of the new Cincinnati Reds starters at age 32, and he’ll take home $10 million in 2019 after having a pair of MLB seasons with more than 3 fWAR...but never more than 4. Those three paired with the fireballing Luis Castillo...
Blog Red Machine Feb 10, 2019

Cincinnati Reds: Tanner Roark will make surprising contributions

The additions of Alex Wood and Sonny Gray got most of the publicity this offseason for the Cincinnati Reds. But, Tanner Roark could be a pleasant surprise. Throughout the Winter Meetings, the Cincinnati Reds were said to be heavily involved in talks with players and teams in an effort to make the 2019 season better. […] Cincinnati Reds: Tanner Roark will make surprising contributions - Blog Red Machine - Blog Red Machine - A Cincinnati Reds Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and More
Blog Red Machine Feb 5, 2019

Cincinnati Reds: Does Brandon Finnegan have a shot to make the team?

The Cincinnati Reds have improved their pitching staff by leaps and bounds this offseason. Does Brandon Finnegan have any chance to make the roster? The Cincinnati Reds added Alex Wood, Tanner Roark, and Sonny Gray to the team this offseason. All three are expected to be part of the starting rotation. Those additions are going […] Cincinnati Reds: Does Brandon Finnegan have a shot to make the team? - Blog Red Machine - Blog Red Machine - A Cincinnati Reds Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and More
Red Reporter Jan 28, 2019
Does Brandon Finnegan still have a role with the Cincinnati Reds?

Does Brandon Finnegan still have a role with the Cincinnati Reds?

In ten months time, the lefty has gone from expected rotation cog to the most tenuous spot on the 40-man roster. On paper - which, mind you, doesn’t exactly hold water - the Cincinnati Reds starting rotation largely appears to be set. Barring another major addition or some serious spring training shenanigans, new acquisitions Sonny Gray, Tanner Roark, and Alex Wood should occupy 3/5ths of the rotation come Opening Day, with resident flamethrower Luis Castillo and former would-be Opening Day starter (2x) Anthony DeSclafani expected to round out the group. Similarly, the bullpen largely...
Cincinnati.com Jan 23, 2019
2019 Cincinnati Reds pitching staff much more reliable, better than 2018 version

2019 Cincinnati Reds pitching staff much more reliable, better than 2018 version

The addition of Tanner Roark, Sonny Gray and Alex Wood makes the Reds an interesting team at worst and a contender at best.         
Press of Atlantic City Jan 21, 2019
Sonny Gray traded from Yanks to Reds after getting new contract

Sonny Gray traded from Yanks to Reds after getting new contract

NEW YORK — Adding Sonny Gray to a rotation already improved by the offseason acquisitions of Tanner Roark and Alex Wood has the Cincinnati Reds thinking about their first NL Central title since 2012.

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