Cincinnati Reds first baseman Joey Votto has been the best at his position for the last decade, but how's he stacking up against all-timers at the position?
In this week's Cincinnati Reds randomized simulations it was third baseman Eugenio Suarez with a big week, hitting .379 on the week.
This week's randomized 2020 Cincinnati Reds simulation featured an actual game from Cincinnati Reds history.
It was a tough week for the Cincinnati Reds in this week's randomized simulation of the 2020 Major League Baseball season.
Week one of the randomized 2020 Cincinnati Reds simulated season is behind us. Let's take a look at how things worked out for the Reds.
Cincinnati Reds first baseman Joey Votto is coming off of a season that he felt was the worst of his career. He arrived early to spring training this year.
Joey Votto was unhappy with his 2019 performance, the robot strikezone could be showing up soon, and some minor league notes for the Cincinnati Reds.
The 2020 ZiPS projections are available on the Cincinnati Reds. There are a few surprised, including a bounce back by Joey Votto.
There's a new defensive statistic for infielders using the Statcast data. How do the Cincinnati Reds stack up across the infield?
Joey Votto was the only Cincinnati Reds player to make the ESPN All-Decade team, getting the nod at first base over Miguel Cabrera.