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Reds to replace third base coach Steve Smith

CINCINNATI (AP) The Cincinnati Reds have decided to replace third base coach Steve Smith. The rest of the staff is expected to return following a rough season. Smith joined the Reds last season. He worked in the Mariners' system with Bryan Price, who was promoted to manager last season. The Reds did not announce his replacement on Monday. Bench coach Jay Bell was a candidate...
Via AP on Fox
5 hours ago  |  Discuss

Reds looking for new 3B coach

CINCINNATI --€“ The Reds and third base coach Steve Smith have parted ways. The team confirmed Monday that Smith would not be back as part of manager Bryan Price's coaching staff in 2015. Smith was hired to a one-year contract last December after previously working as a third base coach for Seattle (1996-99), Texas (2002-06), Philadelphia (2007-08) and Cleveland (2010-12...
Via Fox Sports Ohio
7 hours ago  |  Discuss

Game 162: Reds 4 Pirates 1

To put it bluntly, this game was every stupid thing that I was afraid it was going to be. Gerrit Cole was phenomenal for the Pirates; he got into a little trouble in the first inning in part due to a Brandon Phillips bloop single, escaped the jam with only one run allowed, and then cruised through the next six innings without breaking a sweat. He was painting with 98 mph fastballs...
Via WHYGAVS?
22 days ago  |  Discuss

Reds extend GM Walt Jocketty

The Reds extended general manager Walt Jocketty's contract through the 2016 season on Saturday, giving him a chance to try to dig the franchise out of a disappointing year. Jocketty was promoted to general manger in 2008. They reached the playoffs three times in four years under manager Dusty Baker, who was fired after the Reds lost the wild card game to Pittsburgh last year...
Via Pro Sports Daily
23 days ago  |  Discuss

Raisel Iglesias to work out of the bullpen in 2015?

John Fay had an article up yesterday over at the Enquirer about Bryan Price and Walt Jocketty coming back for next season.While the article talks about those two remaining and roster changes coming, tucked away at the very bottom of the article is this: The Reds are counting on Raisel Iglesias, who they signed to seven-year, $30 million contract in June, for bullpen help in 2015...
Via Reds Minor Leagues
24 days ago  |  Discuss

On this edition of Reds weekly...

Here is what's ahead on this edition of Reds Weekly: - It was a season of up's and downs for first-year manager Bryan Price. We'll sit down with the Reds skipper and look back on 2014. - What might the future hold for the 2015 Reds? We'll hear from a panel of writers that cover the club. - He controls most of what you hear at Great American Ball Park. We'll introduce...
Via Fox Sports Ohio
26 days ago  |  Discuss

The Good News and the Bad News for Cincinnati Reds Manager Bryan Price

#455337886 / gettyimages.com Michael Johnson “Look, I’ll tell you this – the only way you can be successful in this game is to be successful,” -Bryan Price- Bad news first; Bryan Price has had a trying year full of injuries to key players, regrettable decisions, puzzling indecisions and a lot of losing. The Reds have loss in every way possible this year… they have experienced...
Via TopSportsReport
27 days ago  |  Discuss

End of season post-mortem: Cincinnati Reds

The NL Central was supposed to be a three-team race between the Cardinals, Pirates and Reds this year. St. Louis and Pittsburgh fulfilled their expectations, but Cincinnati fell off in a major way. Coming into the season, the Reds were viewed by some as a better club than the Pirates. The team showed what it was capable of at its best, going 18-10 in June and getting as close...
Via Bloguin Best
September 18, 2014  |  Discuss

End of season post-mortem: Cincinnati Reds

The NL Central was supposed to be a three-team race between the Cardinals, Pirates and Reds this year. St. Louis and Pittsburgh fulfilled their expectations, but Cincinnati fell off in a major way. Coming into the season, the Reds were viewed by some as a better club than the Pirates. The team showed what it was capable of at its best, going 18-10 in June and getting as close...
Via The Outside Corner
September 18, 2014  |  Discuss

The Reds benched all their regulars the day after nearly getting no-hit

The Reds nearly got no-hit by Jake Arrieta last night. They ended up “only” getting one-hit. So how did Reds manager Bryan Price respond? HE BENCHED EVERYONE: #Reds lineup: Negron 6 Santiago 5 Rodriguez 8 Ludwick 7 Lutz 9 Hannahan 3 Elmore 4 Barnhart 2 Corcino 1 — John Fay (@johnfayman) September 17, 2014 Well, pretty close to it, anyway. Ryan Ludwick and Ramon Santiago are...
Via Bloguin Best
September 17, 2014  |  Discuss

The Reds benched all their regulars the day after nearly getting no-hit

The Reds nearly got no-hit by Jake Arrieta last night. They ended up “only” getting one-hit. So how did Reds manager Bryan Price respond? HE BENCHED EVERYONE: #Reds lineup: Negron 6 Santiago 5 Rodriguez 8 Ludwick 7 Lutz 9 Hannahan 3 Elmore 4 Barnhart 2 Corcino 1 — John Fay (@johnfayman) September 17, 2014 Well, pretty close to it, anyway. Ryan Ludwick and Ramon Santiago are...
Via The Outside Corner
September 17, 2014  |  Discuss

Todd Frazier having career year on basepath

Todd Frazier's season is Exhibit A in Reds manager Bryan Price's increased emphasis on the running game. Frazier stole his 20th base Friday night. The last two years he stole a total of nine -- three in 2012 and six last year. Frazier sets goals for himself each year. Stealing 20 was not among them -- his top total as a professional was 17 in 2011 at Triple-A Louisville...
Via Pro Sports Daily
September 14, 2014  |  Discuss

Price: 'We created an environment where we play the spoiler'

The visiting Reds will look for a fourth consecutive win Friday night against a Milwaukee Brewers team that's trying for a third straight victory. Cincinnati (70-77) dropped eight of 10 before taking the final three of a four-game set with first-place St. Louis. "We created an environment where we play the spoiler," Reds manager Bryan Price said after Thursday's...
Via AP on Fox
September 12, 2014  |  Discuss

Price: 'We created an environment where we play the spoiler'

The visiting Reds will look for a fourth consecutive win Friday night against a Milwaukee Brewers team that's trying for a third straight victory. Cincinnati (70-77) dropped eight of 10 before taking the final three of a four-game set with first-place St. Louis. "We created an environment where we play the spoiler," Reds manager Bryan Price said after Thursday's...
Via Fox Sports Ohio
September 12, 2014  |  Discuss

Reds take 2-1 lead in four-game series vs. Cardinals

If there was any doubt that Bryan Price was confident in September call-up Ryan Dennick, it was erased Wednesday. Price called in the 27-year-old left-hander with two on and two outs in a two-run game to face a hitter more than capable of tying the game with a single swing in first baseman Matt Adams. Dennick got Adams to fly out to left, ending the inning and getting the ball...
Via Pro Sports Daily
September 11, 2014  |  Discuss

Midwest foes aplenty for Reds in recently unveiled 2015 schedule

The 2015 regular season schedule was unveiled for the Reds today, and aside from Cincinnati hosting the All-Star Game, the slate doesn't exactly boast the same Interleague buzz as it has in the past.Next year, Bryan Price's club will get the opportunity to stay a little closer to home (as far as Interleague play goes) with trips to Kansas City, Chicago and Detroit instead...
Via Redlegs Review
September 09, 2014  |  Discuss

Price wants desire, pride out of Reds as they finish out season

What now? What's left for the Cincinnati Reds? There will be no division championship and there will be no wild card. In fact, it will take everything they have to fend off the onrushing Chicago Cubs to stay out of last place. And how embarrassing would that be? So what does manager Bryan Price want to see out of his team as it plays out the final 18 games that the schedule...
Via Pro Sports Daily
September 09, 2014  |  Discuss

Price wants desire, pride out of Reds as they finish out season

CINCINNATI -- What now? What's left for the Cincinnati Reds? There will be no division championship and there will be no wild card. In fact, it will take everything they have to fend off the onrushing Chicago Cubs to stay out of last place. And how embarrassing would that be? So what does manager Bryan Price want to see out of his team as it plays out the final 18 games that...
Via Fox Sports Ohio
September 09, 2014  |  Discuss

No talk of shutting Joey Votto down - at this point

Reds manager Bryan Price said the club has not considered shutting down Joey Votto's rehab and writing off Votto returning this season. "Not at this point," Price said. "We've tried to stay the course with the expectation of getting him on the field when he's ready. We just don't know if we'll be able to get him on the field yet. There's been...
Via Pro Sports Daily
September 07, 2014  |  Discuss

Price: Surgery among options for Bailey

BALTIMORE (AP) -- The Cincinnati Reds have moved right-hander Homer Bailey to the 60-day DL, officially ending his chance to return this season. Bailey has an elbow injury described as a strained right flexor mass tendon. The Reds had initially hoped Bailey would be able to rejoin the rotation this month, but that won't happen. Manager Bryan Price said Tuesday that a second MRI...
Via AP on Fox
September 02, 2014  |  Discuss

Cabrera homers twice as Tigers rout Indians 12-1

CLEVELAND (AP) -- David Price bounced back from an alarming start and Miguel Cabrera homered twice, hitting one of Detroit's three homers off Cleveland's Corey Kluber, as the Tigers rolled to a 12-1 win on Monday to slow the Indians' climb in the standings. Price (13-10) gave up one run and eight hits in seven innings. The left-hander was coming off a troubling loss to...
Via AP on Fox
September 01, 2014  |  Discuss

9/1 Recap: Tigers Outhit, Outpitch, Outdefend & Overwhelm Tribe in Rout

Roster Update: As the 25 man roster expanded to a maximum of 40 today, the Indians called up Jesus Aguilar, Bryan Price and Austin Adams as well as reinstating Jason Giambi from the 60 Day DL. Player of the Game Zach McAllister looked pretty good during his first time through the lineup, despite the way his night ended. He ended up pitching 3.1 innings, striking out four and allowing...
Via Burning River Baseball
September 01, 2014  |  Discuss

Price sees throwback style in current state of baseball

CINCINNATI -- Manager Bryan Price and his staff thought they were prepared for the debut with the Chicago Cubs of Cuban defector Jorge Soler. They had done their research, checked their scouting reports, did all their due diligence. Then, on Wednesday night, in his first major league at-bat, Soler exploded a 425-foot home run. And on his third at-bat he lined a single to left field...
Via Fox Sports Ohio
August 28, 2014  |  Discuss

Reds aiming for series split with Braves

Despite another poor showing at the plate, the Cincinnati Reds did just enough to snap their lengthy losing streak. Unfortunately for manager Bryan Price's team, it's likely a case of too little, too late. Coming off their first win in more than a week, the Reds try to salvage a four-game split against the visiting Atlanta Braves on Sunday. Cincinnati (62-68) had been outscored...
Via AP on Fox
August 24, 2014  |  Discuss

Reds aiming for series split with Braves

Despite another poor showing at the plate, the Cincinnati Reds did just enough to snap their lengthy losing streak. Unfortunately for manager Bryan Price's team, it's likely a case of too little, too late. Coming off their first win in more than a week, the Reds try to salvage a four-game split against the visiting Atlanta Braves on Sunday. Cincinnati (62-68) had been outscored...
Via Fox Sports Ohio
August 24, 2014  |  Discuss
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