CHRIS HEISEY RUMORS & GOSSIP
The Cincinnati Reds were hoping to have outfielder Chris
Heisey back from injury in the not too distant future, as he had been spending
time on a minor league rehab assignment. However, it looks like this return
will be pushed back, as Heisey recently re-strained his hamstring, according to
John Fay of The Cincinnati Enquirer.
Heisey re-strained his hamstring. He's off...
The injury bug has certainly bitten the Reds in 2013.
Cincinnati currently has five major league players on its disabled list in the likes of Ryan Ludwick, Johnny Cueto, Manny Parra, Chris Heisey, and Nick Masset. The loss of Ludwick was a particularly untimely one as his crippling injury came in the very first game of the season.
However, the Reds have marched on without the...
The Cincinnati Reds have officially sent outfielder Chris Heisey to the DL, a move that had been expected since he strained his hamstring on Saturday night against the Washington Nationals.
The Reds tweeted the move on Monday afternoon, also announcing the promotion of Donald Lutz:
Reds disable OF Chris Heisey (strained right hamstring). Promote from Pensacola OF Donald...
Washington (AP) -- Cincinnati left fielder Chris Heisey left the Reds' game against the Washington Nationals Saturday in the third inning with a strained right hamstring.
Heisey appeared to suffer the injury when he grounded into a double play to end the top of the second inning.
Reds manager Dusty Baker and trainer Paul Lessard came out to check on Heisey, who remained in the...
When there’s a bang-bang play at the plate, baserunners have a split-second to decide if they’re going to slide around the catcher’s tag or plow through him to dislodge the ball.
Chris Heisey added a third option: slide right into the catcher’s tag for no reason.
The Reds outfielder was on third base with no outs when Brandon Phillips hit a hard grounder to third baseman...
Chris Heisey will have big shoes to fill for the injured Ryan Ludwick.
By Scott Eddy
The time is now for Chris Heisey.
With one ill-fated headfirst slide into third base from Ryan
Ludwick, the door opened for what may be Heisey’s last, best opportunity.
The Reds will be without the services of Ludwick through the
All-Star Break after undergoing...
ESPN's Keith Law recently highlighted eight players who he believes are destined to take a leap forward in performance this season. One of those players he included was Reds platoon outfielder Chris Heisey.
Here is what Law had to say about him:
I've always thought the Reds didn't like Heisey, given how they've relegated him to super-sub duty in the outfield...
GOODYEAR, Ariz. A fan asked an interesting question about Cincinnati Reds outfielder Chris Heisey: If he played on another team would he be an everyday player?Most likely, depending upon the team, the answer would be in the affirmative because the 28-year-old resident of Mechanicsburg, Pa., certainly has the ability and the drive and the confidence.He lives in the right town because...
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Is there any single play in baseball more exciting than an inside-the-park home run? Most likely not. The only other occurence I can think of that may rival it is a play at home plate. Well, the video clip above has BOTH.
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Chris Heisey spent all of spring training and six weeks of the season looking for his swing.
"All spring, I was waiting for my swing to click," he said. "I didn't want to press too hard because it was spring training. It never really did. For the first month or so, I was pretty much completely lost at the plate."
Heisey's average was hovering around .200...