11:00 PM EDT, Sun October 21, 2018
Cincinnati.com 4 hours ago

The Bell family: A Cincinnati baseball tradition

New Reds manager David Bells grandfather, father and brother all played for the Reds.         
Cincinnati.com 8 hours ago

Cincinnati Reds managers since Sparky Anderson

The Reds announced that David Bell would be the teams next manager, making him the 63rd in franchise history. Take a look back at others who held the role.         
That Balls Outta Here 10 hours ago

Former Phillies INF David Bell named Reds new manager

Another former Phillies player has earned a major league manager job The Cincinnati Reds have named former Phillies infielder David Bell their new manager. Cincinnati made the move official on Twitter Sunday afternoon and will have a press conference on Monday. Bell is the second former Phillie to currently hold a major league manager job, […] Former Phillies INF David Bell named Reds new manager - That Balls Outta Here - That Balls Outta Here - A Philadelphia Phillies Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and More
Jays Journal 10 hours ago

Blue Jays: David Bell named Reds’ manager

David Bell is the new manager of the Cincinnati Reds, taking him out of the running for the Toronto Blue Jays job. According to an official team announcement early Sunday morning, the Cincinnati Reds have named former San Francisco Giants VP of player development David Bell as their new manager. The release also notes that […] Blue Jays: David Bell named Reds’ manager - Jays Journal - Jays Journal - A Toronto Blue Jays Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and More
Red Reporter 10 hours ago
Cincinnati Reds hire David Bell as new manager

Cincinnati Reds hire David Bell as new manager

These rumors, it appears, are now true. It does seem a bit strange that the Cincinnati Reds would chase a third baseman, what with Eugenio Suarez fresh off a breakout All Star campaign and top prospect Nick Senzel already in the fold. It seems even stranger that they’d go after a 46 year old one, but that’s just what they did in signing David Bell on Sunday. Perhaps it was because Bell has 10 career walks in Great American Ball Park against just 2 strikeouts. More likely, though, it’s because the team wants Bell as their new manager, since that’s at least what their press release...