Found October 16, 2013 on Redlegs Review:
PLAYERS: Mat Latos
TEAMS: Cincinnati Reds
In the first bit of official news to come out of Reds camp since the announcement of Dusty Baker's firing, the team has announced that Mat Latos underwent successful right elbow surgery last Friday. The arthroscopic procedure did well to remove some nagging bone chips. Latos has already begun therapy and is expected to be at full health by the time spring training rolls around in February. If you recall, Latos was slated to start the Wild Card game against the Pirates, until word got out that his throwing elbow was causing him great discomfort. In an interview conducted after he was fired, Baker revealed that Latos couldn't throw his curveball in a bullpen session following his final start of the regular season, which immediately raised a red flag. With Latos unable to pitch, the Reds called upon Johnny Cueto to take the ball in the Wild Card game, instead. As you know, Cueto turned in a sub-par outing and the Reds lost the game, leaving fans to wonder what mi...

Report: Reds willing to listen to trade offers for Brandon Phillips this offseason

With the MLB postseason in full swing, there isn't much to report out of Reds camp. The managerial search seems to be moving in a snail-like pace, and most of the sports talk in Cincinnati has been revolving around the Bengals. But there has been at least one interesting development this week. According to the Cincinnati Enquirer, the Reds are likely out of the fold in acquiring...

Reds’ Mat Latos has bone spurs removed from elbow

When then-Cincinnati Reds manager Dusty Baker decided to rest starting pitcher Mat Latos instead of using the right-hander for the N.L. Wild Card game with the Pittsburgh Pirates, he was worried about Latos’ elbow soreness due to bone spurs. It turns out that the worry was justified.’s Mark Sheldon reports that Latos underwent surgery to remove the bone spurs on October...

Latos has elbow surgery to remove bone chips; ready by spring training

Reds starting pitcher Mat Latos had arthroscopic surgery on his right elbow to remove bone chips on Oct. 11 per's Reds beat writer Mark Sheldon. Latos 25 was 14-7 with a 3.16 ERA 1.21 WHIP and 187 strikeouts in 210 2/3 innings this season his second for the Reds. He was set to start in the wild-card game against the Pirates but soreness in his elbow was the impetus for...

Reds' Latos has bone chips removed

Reds starting pitcher Mat Latos had surgery Oct. 11 to remove bone chips from his right elbow. It was an arthroscopic procedure and Latos began physical therapy the following day. Latos is expected to make a full recovering in time for Spring Training 2014. Latos reported feeling elbow soreness in the final week of the regular season and was replaced as the starter for the National...

Photo: Teddy Kremer honored by Topps with own baseball card

The most beloved bat boy in Cincinnati Reds history now has his own baseball card. In what is sure to be the hottest item around Reds country since the last Joey Votto bobblehead giveaway, this 2013 Topps Update Series card features the 30-year-old Kremer embracing with outgoing skipper Dusty Baker. For those who may not know Teddy's amazing story, he got a chance to work...

Cincinnati Reds Arizona Fall League Pitch F/X (Part 1)

Jamie Walczak and two other Reds pitchers threw with the Pitch F/X cameras running.

Cincinnati Reds Top 21 Prospects: 2013 Review

We’re back at it with our look at the preseason Top 21′s. We’re checking on what was said in preseason and what the point of view is now with the season at a close. We’ll be following that up... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]]

How Billy Hamilton Is Changing Fantasy Rankings Systems

How many times will we see THIS in 2014?Work has begun on our 2014 fantasy projections and we’ve already hit a snag in the form of a 160-pound outfielder for the Cincinnati Reds.Put bluntly, Billy Hamilton is going to break projection systems across the web.Since the Sabermetric Revolution began a little over a decade ago, we haven’t seen a player with Hamilton’s stolen base...

Reds out of the running for Cuban infielder Alexander Guerrero

For awhile, it seemed as though the Reds might have a chance at signing a 26-year-old Cuban infielder by the name of Alexander Guerrero. However, that shot appears to be over at this point. John Fay of the Cincinnati Enquirer caught up with GM Walt Jocketty on Monday and Jocketty pretty much said Cincinnati was out of the running. “We scouted him extensively and had a lot...

Dusty Baker not likely to land coaching job with Nationals

Although Dusty Baker recently made his interest in the Washington Nationals coaching vacancy publicly known, it doesn't appear the interest is mutual. In fact, reports suggest the Nationals could come to a decision as to who will replace the departed Davey Johnson to become the team's next skipper. Arizona Diamondbacks third base coach Matt Williams appears to be...

Billy Hamilton, 2014 Fantasy Outlook

I just spent thirty minutes looking up what Jere Burns has been up to. Ah, the offseason. You are a soothing mistress that touches my naughty bits with idle hands. A quick preamble about the 2014 fantasy baseball rookie series that is coming from me over the next few weeks. Rookies are picked through MLB eligibility requirements, less than 130 ABs or 50 IP. That means no Avisail...

Tuesday news and notes

Phillip Ervin didn't get mentioned in the Baseball America draft report card, but two other Reds prospects did make a list.
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