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Just because top Reds prospect Devin Mesoraco will be in the Majors this season, it doesn't mean that catcher Ryan Hanigan will only get scraps of playing time behind the plate.
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GOODYEAR, Ariz. The first thing Cincinnati Reds manager Dusty Baker told newly acquired pitcher Mat Latos was, Just be yourself.
Baker smiled and said, I said that even though I know that Latos is, uh, a little bit different.
And it is more than the Body By Ink, tattoos from neck to toes, and the spiked hair that forces his hat size to be larger than his head.
Latos is a genuine...
The Reds improved their major league squad greatly dealing for front line starting pitcher Mat Latos. It came at a cost, though, and that cost was a host of their top prospects. What is left is a top heavy system headlined by some up the middle talent.
Top 5 fantasy baseball prospects
1- Devin Mesoraco, C
Mesoraco is amongst the best prospect backstops in baseball. He...
The Cincinnati Reds finished the 2011 season with a disappointing 79-83 record and 17 games behind first place Milwaukee. They went into the off-season knowing that they had to shore up their pitching staff. Mission accomplished, but at a hefty price. The Reds traded away 4 of their top prospects to acquire Mat Latos from the Padres and Sean Marshall from the Cubs.
2011 was a disappointing season for the Reds, finishing 79-83 (3rd in NL Central) after reaching the postseason in 2010. The team was in the bottom third of the majors in almost every pitching statistic including ERA (4.16), walks (539) and home runs allowed (185). General manager Walt Jocketty was able to swing a deals for starting pitcher Mat Latos (San Diego), and fireballer...
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Despite missing five weeks to start the season, the 2011 campaign was pretty good for Cincinnati's Johnny Cueto. The Dominican native finished with a minuscule 2.31 ERA (1.38 ERA at home), 9-5 record, 1.090 WHIP and three complete games in 156 innings pitched. His showing last season impressed so much that he was quickly...
Last night we interviewed Matt Andrews who is the play by play voice of the Louisville Bats. Not only was this one of my favorite interviews led by our own Seubs, he answered a question about who Reds fans are going to see this season.
With no reservations, Matt said Denis Phipps.
Denis was called up to the big club over the winter after batting a combined .346 with 12 home runs...
After injuries limited Scott Rolen to only 65 games played last season, the perennial All-Star third baseman is hoping for a healthy bounce-back campaign in 2012. He recently showed up to the Cincinnati Reds' camp ready for action.
When pitcher Brett Tomko returned to the Reds earlier this month, he walked into the Spring Training clubhouse carrying something that the younger version of himself didn't have during his first turn in Cincinnati.
One of the emerging storylines coming from the Cincinnati Reds’ Spring Training this year involves <a ... [visit site to read more]
It was a slow news day, so there isn’t much for today. There is a short, 2 inning scrimmage against themselves today. The real exhibition games begin this weekend. What a strange sentence that was to type… real exhibition?
Baseball Prospectus began its NL Central Preview yesterday. The projection has the Reds finishing at 87-75. The article doesn’t look at the Cardinals, Brewers...
Ryan Ludwick didn't feel that he needed to open up the hood on his hitting approach and do a whole lot of tinkering. The newest Reds outfielder knew plain as day what made him successful in the past, and what caused his more recent struggles.
Check out this recent video/audio clip put together by cincinnat.com. In it you'll hear longtime Reds broadcaster Marty Brennaman share his expectations and other thoughts regarding the team's upcoming season.
Todd Frazier knows he has to make himself valuable to cement a spot on the Reds' 25-man roster, and to that end, he was out there during workouts on Tuesday taking grounders at first base, third base and flies in left field.
GOODYEAR, Ariz. — The Cincinnati Reds already had a significant Cardinals presence in general manager Walt Jocketty; front office assistants Jerry Walker, Cam Bonifay, Marty Maier and Mike Squires; sc