Found October 03, 2012 on
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Billy Hamilton and Tony Cingrani are up for multiple Minor League Baseball awards. Didi Gregorius is up for the play of the year (as is Cingrani). Delino DeShields is in a picture that is up for picture of the year. Go vote and be sure to vote Red.
Speaking of Billy Hamilton, the Reds are officially stating that they are moving him to center field. I don’t have a problem with the move. I would have liked to have seen how he could continue to develop there, because he was able to do some special things there, but with Cozart and Gregorius in front of him, it makes some sense. With his speed and athleticism, if Hamilton can even read the ball half way decent off of the bat, he should be very, very good defensively in center.
Let’s talk awards. Who wins your MVP, Cy Young and ROY awards for each league and why? My picks (and not who I think WILL win them, but who I would vote for) are as follows:
AL: Justin Verlander. He is a workhorse who threw 238.1 innings with a ton of str...
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The Cincinnati Reds will enter the 2012 postseason with at least one of the two best records in the National League, and may even boast the best record in the league depending on how the last series of the year goes. By having one of the top two records in the league, they have ensured themselves home-field advantage for the Division Series. Or have they really? Does having...
Cueto will anchor the rotation yet again
The Redlegs have officially announced their rotation for the National League Division Series.
It had been rumored that the 3-man rotation would consist of Johnny Cueto in Game One, Bronson Arroyo in Game Two, and Mat Latos in Game Three. Dusty Baker confirmed those suspicions on Tuesday.
“We’ve been planning this for a while...
There are eight flat screen televisions hanging in the palatial and spacious Cincinnati Reds clubhouse, seven of them usually tuned in to baseball games or football games on Saturdays and Sundays.
The eighth TV is directly in front of catcher Dioner Navarro's locker and it is always tuned in to a soccer match from somewhere around the world.
And Navarro sits in front of his...
The Reds (97-64) remained in contention to earn the National League's No. 1 seed by defeating the host Cardinals (87-74), 3-1, on Tuesday night.
Mat Latos improved to 14-4 with considerable help from his bullpen.
Meanwhile, Cincinnati's offense was fueled by Scott Rolen and Dioner Navarro, who both tallied a pair of hits in the contest. One of Rolen's was of...
The Nationals (98-64) secured the best record in the National League on Wednesday, but more importantly they earned the No. 1 seed as well. They did so by downing the Phillies, 5-1.That means the Reds will head into the postseason as the No. 2 seed, and will begin their journey to the World Series in San Francisco for Game One of the NLDS on Saturday.
Here's a look at...
Dusty Baker missed the Cincinnati Reds' division-clinching win. He watched Homer Bailey's no-hitter on TV.
Back for his first full day on the job Monday after recovering from a mini-stroke in Chicago, the veteran manager takes it as a sign there'll be more good news ahead.
The Reds were 7-4 under bench coach Chris Speier and were tied with the Washington Nationals for...
Mat Latos won his fourth straight decision to finish the regular season and Scott Rolen homered off Chris Carpenter, helping the Cincinnati Reds keep the St. Louis Cardinals' postseason plans on hold with a 3-1 victory Tuesday night.
The Cardinals' magic number for clinching the second NL wild card remained at one with a game to go, and they were left in the uncomfortable...
Homer Bailey failed in his attempt for back-to-back no-hitters.It took until the final game of the year for the Cincinnati Reds to play a meaningless game in the 2012 season. Thanks to the Los Angeles Dodgers losing and giving the St. Louis Cardinals the second wild card and the Washington Nationals winning and clinching the best record in the National League, the outcome of last...
The Cincinnati Reds announced their starting rotation for the first round of the playoffs, even though they don't know which team they will be facing. Johnny Cueto (19-9, 2.78 ERA) will start Game 1 of the National League Division Series against either the Giants or the wild-card survivor. He will be followed by Bronson Arroyo (12-10, 3.74) in Game 2 and Mat Latos (13-4...
Coming into the final day of the season the Reds are still in the hunt for the top best record in the league and the top postseason seed that comes with it thanks to a 3-1 win at St. Louis behind Mat Latos. Their 97-54 record is the highest win total since 1976. If they win their finale they will still need a National loss against Philadelphia to overcome the head-to-head tiebreaker.
FOX Sports Ohio will present a one-hour Reds Live postgame show, presented by Leinenkugel Oktoberfest, immediately following Cincinnati Reds playoff games. Reds Live is scheduled to air following NLDS games on Saturday, Oct. 6th, Sunday, Oct. 7th, and Tuesday, Oct. 9th, as well as Wednesday, Oct. 10th and Thursday, Oct. 11th should the series go all five games. Please visit www.reds...
The defending World Series champion St. Louis Cardinals are on the verge of locking up a second consecutive trip to the postseason.
While the Cincinnati Reds have long since clinched, they're running out of time to secure home-field advantage throughout the playoffs.
Winners of 11 of 14, the Cardinals look to keep rolling Tuesday night as they continue a three-game set against...
ST. LOUIS (AP) -- Mat Latos won his fourth straight decision to finish the regular season and Scott Rolen homered off Chris Carpenter, helping the Cincinnati Reds keep the St. Louis Cardinals' postseason plans on hold with a 3-1 victory Tuesday night.
The Cardinals' magic number for clinching the second NL wild card remained at one with a game to go, and they were left in...
ST. LOUIS (AP) -- Jaime Garcia homered off Bronson Arroyo and pitched into the seventh inning, helping the St. Louis Cardinals clinch at least a tie for the second NL wild card and spoil Dusty Baker's return from a mini-stroke with a 4-2 victory over the Cincinnati Reds on Monday night.
The defending World Series champions have won 11 of 14 and led the Los Angeles Dodgers, playing...