Photo by Bobby Ellis/Getty Images There is baseball on our brains, yet none for our eyes to process. Findlay Market sits towards the northern end of Cincinnati’s Over-The-Rhine, just a block over from the technical boundary with the city’s West End.
Photo by Alex Trautwig/MLB via Getty Images Baseball...remember that? Just barely over a year ago, Cincinnati Reds 2B Scooter Gennett tried to move a little too quickly for a Cactus League grounder, giving himself a groin injury that has more or less wrecked his career, in hindsight.
Photo by Buck Davidson/MLB Photos via Getty Images Sports news! In news that makes it sound decidedly as if the world is still turning and that baseball, a sport, might actually still exist at some point in the near future, the Cincinnati Reds made some roster noise today.
Photo by Jamie Squire/Getty Images Two notable prospects are still in big league camp, however... The Cincinnati Reds had been a bit late to the spring cut game to date, thanks in large part to a schedule that saw them play a series of split-squad games in back to back fashion.
Trevor Bauer is one of the most outspoken players in Major League Baseball, and he has been extremely critical of commissioner Rob Manfred this offseason but he can also give credit where it is due, and he recently did so in regards to Manfred.
No matter how much MLB wants it to go away, the Astros' sign-stealing scandal continues to lead headlines as spring training begins, and players like Trevor Bauer at least hope some good comes from it.
MLB has cited the need to pay players more and improve minor-league facilities as the reasoning for proposed cuts across MILB. This, of course, comes at a time when MLB enjoyed record revenue during the 2019 season.
Pete Rose, one of the most notorious, controversial and polarizing personalities in the history of Major League Baseball, has been left dumbfounded amid the fallout of the Houston Astros’ sign-stealing scandal.