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As the Cincinnati Reds enter intotheir fourth Spring Training at Goodyear Ballpark in Goodyear, Arizona, FOXSports Ohio is getting ready for the 2013 Cincinnati Reds baseball season. In the March to Opening Day, thenetwork is excited to feature Reds coverage on-air and online as well as hostReds preseason events in Cincinnati throughout the month of March.Programs& Features on FOX Sports OhioReds Live Spring Training 2013Redsfans will get an inside look at Reds Spring Training with the return of RedsLive Spring Training 2013. Anew 30-minute show every weeknight at 10pm starting Monday, March 4thwill showcase Reds Spring Training news, notes, interviews and features. JimDay, Chris Welsh, and Jeff Piecoro will host from the Reds Spring Trainingcomplex with appearances by Jeff Brantley, Jim Kelch, Thom Brennaman, and otherspecial guests. Following each new show every night, that episode will replay thefollowing morning. REDS LIVE SPRING TRAINING 2013 Monday - Friday 34 329 New episode nightly at 10pm Check local listings for start time Replays the following weekday morning. Live Spring Training game: Reds v.Indians on Mar. 17 at 4pm EST FOX Sports Ohio will televise the Reds Spring Training game on March 17 at 4pm EST in Goodyear when the Reds take on the Cleveland Indians. As spring training neighbors who share the same ballpark in Goodyear, FOX Sports Ohio will produce this game in conjunction with SportsTime Ohio, television home of the Cleveland Indians. Thom Brennaman and Rick Manning will call the game along-side Chris Welsh and Matt Underwood. REDS Spring training game Monday 317 4pm EST vs. Cleveland Game will replay that night at midnight. Off Mic vignettes New in March, Reds fans will also get a unique behind-the-scenes look at the FOX Sports Ohio Reds broadcast team through a series of promotional vignettes called Off Mic. Each new piece will give an inside look at the career beginnings, highlights and personal perspectives of a Reds broadcaster as he made his way to becoming part of the FOX Sports Ohio family.FOXSportsOhio.comOnline Spring Training coverage FOXSportsOhio.com will bring Reds fans the latest Reds news and feature stories from Spring Training. Reds Hall of Fame writer Hal McCoy will be in Goodyear for a portion of Spring Training. Throughout the entire preseason, he will provide exclusive analysis of the Reds through feature articles, online chats and web videos on FOXSportsOhio.com.Live streaming of Reds High SchoolBaseball Showcase FOXSportsOhio.coms Prep Zone page will stream select games of the Reds High School Baseball Showcase online. Details are forthcoming.Promotions and EventsRoad Trip to Opening Day FOX Sports Ohio will help get fans ready for Reds baseball in Cincinnati with a Road Trip to Opening Day. Throughout March, look for the network and the FOX Sports Ohio Girls at various Cincinnati locations as they host events featuring games and prizes. Check FOXSportsOhio.com & FOXSportsOhio.compagesfsogirls_appearances for details.Social Media Reds fans can like FOX Sports Ohio Girls on Facebook and follow them on Twitter @FSOhio_Girls for MarchToOpeningDay updates. Fans can also like FOX Sports Ohio on Facebook andfollow the network on Twitter @FOXSportsOHfor updates on Reds preseason coverage, trivia, and more. FSOReds
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After initially saying that he was going to retire earlier this offseason, former Cincinnati Reds third baseman Scott Rolen has done an about-face, and now wants to play in 2013. Rolen is apparently seeking a salary similar to the $6.5 million he made in 2012. The Reds would be hard-pressed to fit him in their payroll, let alone finding playing time for him with 2012 rookie standout...
The Reds tweeted on their official account that OF Chris Heisey and RHP Alfredo Simon have both agreed to one-year deals with the club for 2013. By doing so, they avoid having to go to arbitration, leaving Homer Bailey, Mat Latos, Mike Leake, and Shin-Soo Choo as the players left with whom the Reds have not yet come to terms.
Heisey signed for one year at $1.325 million, according...
For a guy who has played only 50 games above Class A, Billy Hamilton is very well known by Reds fans. After all, Hamilton set a professional record by stealing 155 bases last year. The fans want to see him in Cincinnati post haste. Instead, they'll have to travel 100 miles or so southwest to watch him this year. General manager Walt Jocketty told the Cincinnati Enquirer that...
The Cincinnati Reds have agreed to one-year contracts with outfielder Chris Heisey and right-hander Alfredo Simon, avoiding arbitration.
Heisey will make $1,325,000 and Simon will earn $890,000. The deals were announced by the Reds on Thursday.
The 28-year-old Heisey batted .265 with seven homers and 31 RBIs in 120 games for the Reds last season. It was a considerable drop-off...
Todd Frazier‘s professional baseball career has been slowly building to this moment. Throughout both the minors and his first semi-full time season with the Reds, Frazier’s power numbers have steadily improved, and Scott Rolen‘s departure has officially given Frazier Cincinnati’s starting job at third base.
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The Reds certainly didn't sit idle on this first day of February.
Cincinnati announced the signing of free agent LHP Manny Parra to a one-year deal. The news came just hours after the club announced the signing of free agent catcher Miguel Olivo, as well. Financial terms of both deals were not immediately available.
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The Cincinnati Reds signed catcher Miguel Olivo to a minor-league contract with an invitation to their major-league spring training camp. Financial terms of the deal weren't disclosed Friday. Olivo, 34, played in 87 games for the Seattle Mariners last season and hit .222 with 12 home runs and 29 RBI. He has 141 career home runs. Olivo likely would be competing with 24-year...
by: Dan Howard
Spring training begins in a few days and Opening Day 2013 vs. the Angels is a little over eight weeks away. I’ve pondered a lot since the Reds fell to the Giants that crisp October afternoon. On this first weekend of February, I’m just wonderin’…..
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The Cincinnati Reds signed left-handed pitcher Manny Parra to a one-year deal and designated right-hander Todd Redmond for assignment Friday. The move was made to make room for Parra on the 40-man roster. His deal is worth $1 million but he could make another $400,000 in bonuses, according to MLB.com. Parra was 2-3 with 5.06 ERA last year for the Milwaukee Brewers. Since Aroldis...
Jonathan Mayo released the MLB.com Top 100 Prospect List. Before getting into the list, I want to talk about how the list is compiled. This is from another article that breaks down some of the previously linked Top 100 list.
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The Reds assigned Diaz to the Arizona League Reds...