7:12 PM EST, Sun February 01, 2015
Cincinnati Reds Rumors & News
Cincinnati.com 2 hours ago
The Reds signed left-hander Paul Maholm to a minor-league deal with an invitation to spring training.
Red Reporter 2 hours ago
That's fine. From C. Trent, via John Heyman, by way of the waning offseason, the Reds have brought in lefty Paul Maholm on a minor league deal. Last season, Maholm signed a $1.5M deal with the Dodgers, but was limited to just over 70 innings. He pitched in and out of the bullpen as a swingman until...
A look at available bullpen arms, Jesse Winker's upcoming Spring, and how the Reds prospects stack up around the league. The 2014 Cincinnati Reds bullpen consisted of Aroldis Chapman and a dumpster fire, and one of the club's primary goals this offseason was to find a way to make it better for the 2015 season. The Enquirer's John Fay took a look at some of the more intriguing names that are still available on the open market today, and came across a few that wouldn't look too shabby. So far, Jose Mijares and Nate Adcock are the only players with MLB relief experience that the club has...
Better Off Red Jan 28, 2015
Thanks to everyone who came out last night to the Holy Grail Banks for the Reds Hot Stove League show and Better Off Red Baseball Trivia! To see last night’s trivia script, which includes the questions & answers, click here> January 27 And last night’s final leaderboard… We have 4 more nights of trivia left […]
Maybe more? Maybe less? This article is late considering the fact the Max Scherzer news, press conference, and much of the analysis was done last week. I got caught up in the 10th anniversary of Red Reporter, and I sincerely apologize. If you hadn't heard, Max Scherzer signed with the Washington Nationals for 7 years and $210 million dollars. That's a ton of money. The Nationals did structure the deal so it doesn't affect their payroll as much. Technically, the Nationals will pay Max Scherzer $15,000,000 per year for 7 years. Then, they will pay him $15,000,000 a year for...
GO GOPPER GO For the second year in a row, Jon Moscot takes home the #16 spot on our list. The Reds have a bunch of pitching prospects at the moment, and Moscot is probably the closest to the big leagues at this point. He'll look to improve his K rate in Louisville, and be ready should the Reds need a spot starter during the season. A young shortstop is added to the list today. Daniel Corcino, 24, SP Highest 2014 Level: MLB (Cincinnati)Eye-Poppingest Fact: 4.13 ERA in AA. Most Worrisome Fact: 1.61 K/BB in AA. Alias(es): 'Lil Cueto, Cuetinho Daniel Corcino had one of those seasons that...
pr' cool, guys. A friend of mine lives up in Loudonville, OH, former-home of the Flxible company. They manufactured buses and coaches and mass-transit autos way back in the 20th century, when such things were done in the American Middlewest. The factory is pretty much vacant now, but my friend's barber apparently managed to procure a selection of the company's photograph archives. My friend convinced her to scan these photos to create digital copies, and apparently was drafted into doing it himself. When he was sorting through all of these old photographs, he came across the stack of photos...
Better Off Red Jan 27, 2015
There’s no such thing as an offseason when you’re a Reds fan! On the heels of another successful Reds Caravan, the weekly Reds Hot Stove League radio show returns tonight for a live episode at the Holy Grail Banks. The show starts at 6pm and will be followed immediately by Better Off Red Baseball Trivia, hosted […]
The ledger appears quite similar to the 2014 edition. Whether you like it or not, it's quite likely that the overwhelming bulk of the 2015 Cincinnati Reds roster is already under contract with the club. Marlon Byrd will be the everyday LF, Skip Schumaker will again be asked to be more than a bit part player, all signs point to Kris Negron getting a shot at a utility role, and the 4th and 5th spots in the team's rotation appear set for a battle between at least five arms. The bullpen's 2014 foibles may mean that the non-closer's spots could be up for grabs, but with the only likely...
With spring training approaching, some good bullpen arms remain on the free agent market.
Enquirer Reds beat writers John Fay and C. Trent Rosecrans offer some of the latest Cincinnati Reds news.
Paul Daugherty writes: Signing Mesoraco: All good? Andy goes to the Pro Bowl: A love story. I Musta Got Lost.
Get your blankets, your baskets, and your adult beverages. Red Reporter decided to bring a Three Brean Salad to the picnic! It was a very close race between Corcino, Moscot, and Mejias-Brean, but in the end Seth Mejias Band came out on top. As we have said before, Mejias-Brean isn't the sexiest of prospects. He is one of the safer ones, though. Seth brings plus defense, an advanced approach, and decent pop to the plate. There is a good chance he starts the season in AA, but I wouldn't be surprised to see him start the season at AAA Louisville. Daniel Corcino, 24, SP Highest 2014...
Columbus Dispatch Jan 27, 2015
Five-time Grand Slam winner Maria Sharapova put the brakes on Eugenie Bouchard’s quest for a first major title, defeating the young Canadian 6-3, 6-2 today to advance to the semifinals of the Australian Open in Melbourne.
Cincinnati.com Jan 26, 2015
Catcher Devin Mesoraco's $28 million contract is low-risk for the Cincinnati Reds.
Better Off Red Jan 26, 2015
Remember the footage from press conferences at Riverfront Stadium/Cinergy Field? Those press conferences took place in an area on the office-level of the stadium called the “Crosley Room.” The Crosley Room was easily identifiable on TV and in newspaper photos due to the conspicuous red and black mural of Powel Crosley Jr. That mural served as […]