When spring training started there wasn't a clear fit for Tyler Mahle. Now that a spot in the Cincinnati Reds rotation is open, there could be.
Sal Romano began his career in Cincinnati as a starting pitcher for the Reds. And that continued into 2018, but he has transitioned to the bullpen for now.
Jesus Reyes made his Major League debut in 2018 with the Cincinnati Reds - pitching in five games. He'll look to get back to the Majors with them in 2019.
After being selected by the Cincinnati Reds in the Rule 5 draft in December, Connor Joe will be looking to latch onto the 25-man roster this spring.
Luis Castillo only had one bad month in 2018, but it kept him playing catch up all season. He looks to get a better start to 2019 for the Cincinnati Reds.
Jimmy Herget, a right-handed reliever, is looking to break into the Major Leagues with the Cincinnati Reds this spring.
Matt Bowman was picked up on waivers in the offseason by the Cincinnati Reds. Does he fit into the plan for the 2019 season?
Christian Colon didn't play in 2018 at the Major League level for the first time since 2013. He's looking to catch on with the Reds in 2019.
After spending the previous six seasons with the Detroit Tigers, shortstop Jose Iglesias is looking to catch on with the Cincinnati Reds this spring.
Alfredo Rodriguez, the Cincinnati Reds minor league shortstop known for his defensive prowess, is in his first Major League spring training in 2019.
The Cincinnati Reds picked up utiity-man Derek Dietrich on a minor league contract last month. Does he have a spot on the 2019 Reds roster?
Nick Senzel is the talk of spring training for the Cincinnati Reds. Can he handle center field, and if so, when will he see action there?