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Reds Rumors: Ace Johnny Cueto wants to remain in Cincinnati

If Cincinnati Reds' ace, Johnny Cueto, were to have gotten any run support this season, he would have had a great shot at winning the Cy Young.  Entering a bargain option year in 2015, he is sure to be a hot commodity after at the end of next year. #456455022 / gettyimages.com While it will be difficult for the Reds to retain him, Mark Sheldon of MLB.com is reporting that...
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October 10, 2014  |  Discuss

Can Cincinnati Reds Ace Johnny Cueto Continue to Catch a Break?

With a 14 and 6 record, 181 strikeouts and a sparkling 2.05 ERA so far in 2014, it’s hard to imagine that the year Johnny Cueto is having could be better, but it could definitely be. The Reds All-Star pitcher has been the victim of one of the oddest decisions in baseball this season. Reds rookie manager Bryan Price has appointed Reds newcomer and journeyman Brian Pena as Cueto’s...
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August 15, 2014  |  Discuss
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