In this week's look at the Cincinnati Reds farm we check out what Hunter Greene has been doing in Double-A among other prospect notes.
Nick Lodolo is out to a quality start to the 2021 season and he's not the only one of the Cincinnati Reds prospects getting it done early on.
José De León could get the start for the Cincinnati Reds in their spring opener, Jose Garcia's offseason improvement, and more.
Eugenio Suárez showed up in better shape than he's been in over the last few years. Can he slide over to shortstop for the Cincinnati Reds?
he Reds took an early lead for a fourth consecutive game. Unfortunately, that has resulted in just a 2-2 record. Tejay Antone could not get an out in the fourth inning, and the Reds top relievers in 2020, Lucas Sims and Amir Garrett combined to give up 5 runs and 3 home runs.
It started out so well. The Reds jumped out to a 3-0 lead. Meanwhile, the Marlins were down 6-3 in the 8th inning. Those two scores hold, the Reds are somehow, someway back within 1.5 games of playoff spot. But it's 2020. The Marlins rallied to win 7-6. Sonny Gray cruised through the first three innings, but then the rain fell and it fell hard in the 4th inning. Gray walked two batters as it appeared he could not get a good grip on the baseball. The Cubs ended up scoring 5 runs in the 4th inning with a grand total of one ball leaving the infield.
Cincinnati Reds shortstop Jose Garcia is out to a slow start at the plate. The solution could be to both swing more and to swing less.
The Cincinnati Reds will turn to Freddy Galvis at shortstop for 2020. But who would be his backup if the team needed a second option? Jose Garcia may be it.
Eastlake, Ohio -- Hunter Greene was dominant and incredibly efficient in 7.0 innings on Tuesday evening against the Indians class-A affiliate, the Lake County Captains. The first two batters of the game, includ... Read More...