A new report by Forbes shows that the Reds organization is now worth $1.1 billion and the club had positive operating income (profits) of $37 million last year.
With Alex Wood's arbitration case settled, we now know what the Reds payroll will likely be in 2019 and can compare it to previous seasons.
Taking a quick look at how the updated Cincinnati Reds payroll looks for the 2019 season, and how much wiggle room they could have in the budget to spend.
The Cincinnati Reds ownership group has turned a $270M purchase in 2006 into a purchase that is now worth over one billion dollars.
The Cincinnati Reds and reliever Raisel Iglesias have agreed to a new contract, locking his salary in for the next three season.
Eugenio Suarez's fractured thumb raises anew the issue of when the Reds should call up their top prospect, Nick Senzel. Borrowing from anÃ‚Â old post, here's a quick refresher of the labor framework and math of... Read More...
Eugenio Suarez had dutifully followed baseball's reserve clause. HeÃ¢â‚¬â„¢d earned the minimum salary for parts of four major league seasons. 2018 would be his first chance to negotiate with a club and exercis... Read More...