A look at the newest Reds relief pitcher. Fast Facts Born on September 26, 1986 in Rapid City, South Dakota. You know who else was born in South Dakota, known worldwide as “The Best Dakota” (is it though??)?
How a unique scenario may help mold the Opening Day roster. While we can vent endlessly about the lack of spending done by the Cincinnati Reds in any effort to upgrade their shortstop position over the winter (we will again, I’m sure), there’s another distinct area on their roster that saw a large exodus with few imports, too: The bullpen.
Judging by protocols implemented by NBA and NHL clubs welcoming paying spectators to games this winter, baseball fans should expect to wear face coverings and abide by social distancing guidelines at ballparks for the foreseeable future.
The former Cleveland OF brings some versatility to the group, too. Tyler Naquin knows Goodyear, Arizona. For each of the last eight Februaries, he has called it home, cruising past The Ziz to ply his trade on the baseball fields in preparation for the Major League season ahead.
Hello again, Goodyear. There has been an endless barrage of waiting for the Cincinnati Reds around these parts. Waiting for another World Series. Waiting for anything akin to even a run at one, for even one postseason series win.
The veteran will compete for a spot in a revamped Reds bullpen. Pitchers and catchers are slated to report to spring camps across the country this week, and today the Cincinnati Reds added another name to their list.
The tightened budget scaled back in another important area, too. One year removed from the spending spree on which the Cincinnati Reds embarked in free agency, and it already feels as if that splurge will be much more exception than rule in the history books.
Survey says: y’all want a full 162 game season, come hell or high water. Welcome to SB Nation Reacts, a survey of fans across MLB. Each week, we send out questions to the most plugged-in Cincinnati Reds fans, and fans across the country.
It’s official...until the inevitable changes. Despite the constant rankling between Major League Baseball and its Players Union over the length and nature of the the game, it appears the 2021 MLB schedule is officially official.