And so it continues. Another decent pitching effort is wasted by a complete lack of Cincinnati Reds offensive production in a 3-0 loss to the Chicago Cubs.
If you are a member of this community, chances are very good that you have invested a substantial portion of your life following the Cincinnati Reds. The folks here are people who I would definitely call die-hards.
Six teams project to have their payrolls exceed the $208 million Competitive Balance Tax (CBT) threshold in 2020, and we've already heard rumors about some teams that are looking to shed salary as a result.
Tanking isn't always a winning stretegy. For every team it's worked for, it's failed to work for several others. It's time to change the mindset Reds fans.
Taking a look at how the Cincinnati Bengals' front office has exposed how well the Reds actually run a professional sports franchise.
Where Vin Scully was lyrical and gentlemanly, Marty was incisive and direct.
Dick Williams intent on taking the Reds’ minor leagues, which has for too long been an un-weeded garden, and transforming it into a developmental hothouse.
With the July 31 trade deadline approaching, the Cincinnati Reds ownership and front office face an important next 30 days. The all-important question being: Should the Reds be a buyer or seller? Depending on what you read, you've run across the case for one or the other formula. The right answer is both.
The Reds drafted Nick Lodolo last night, both the best decision the club could possibly make and also the only good decision weirdly enough.
Chad Dotson discusses five reasons you should forget your nagging doubts and be fully optimistic about the 2019 Cincinnati Reds.
The Reds haven't squandered their rebuilt trust just yet with their Nick Senzel shenanigans.