Found November 29, 2011 on Redlegs Review:
* The team has re-signed RHP Chad Reineke after the pitcher elected free agency this past October. The 29-year old posted a 9-7 record and 3.84 ERA in 22 starts with Triple-A Louisville in 2011. * The Reds are one of several teams reportedly interested in reliever Octavio Dotel, according to Jon Paul Morosi of FOX Sports. The 38-year old right-hander recently pitched out of the 'pen for the World Champion Cardinals. * MLB.com's Mark Sheldon offers an update on the status of Francisco Cordero, Aroldis Chapman and Yonder Alonso in this video clip. * Sheldon also explains GM Walt Jocketty's outlook for the upcoming Winter Meetings in this recent piece. Spoiler alert: Don't expect Cincy to do anything huge during the meetings. * Sean Casey, Dan Driessen, and John Reilly will be the next three players inducted into the Reds Hall of Fame writes John Fay of the Cincinnati Enquirer. * The Rockies are pursuing former Reds backstop Ramon Hernandez, according t...
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