Photo by Andy Lyons/Getty Images Friday links! Wear a mask. This three-day holiday weekend has the chance to turn what is already an explosion of cases into a complete conflagration, the same way Memorial Day celebrations did just over a month ago.
Photo by Joe Robbins/Getty Images The inevitable has become the unfortunate. We have already seen COVID-19 mini-outbreaks at Major League Baseball team facilities in Florida, impacting both the Philadelphia Phillies and Toronto Blue Jays.
Photo by Kirk Irwin/MLB Photos via Getty Images Baseball is back. Back again. Tell a friend. We here at Red Reporter have long been tasked with reporting on the Cincinnati Reds, or at least doing the bare minimum of periphery on the topic.
David Kohl-USA TODAY Sports Baseball, it’s almost back. Earlier today, ahead of the 4 PM deadline, the Cincinnati Reds announced their 60 man player pool that will be returning to Cincinnati for the restart of the Major League Baseball season.
Photo by Mike Carlson/MLB Photos via Getty Images The Pennsylvania product was picked 12th overall. His exit velocity numbers elicited a rare Mike Trout comparison on draft night, while comparisons to Jay Bruce continue to pop up, too.
Widely regarded as one of the top prep bats in this year’s draft, Hendrick is touted for his raw power and bat speed — two traits that landed him as a slam-dunk first-rounder on virtually any pre-draft rankings one could find.
Photo by Rob Carr/Getty Images Related: ‘60-man player pool’ needs a better, shorter name. When the 2020 MLB season finally gets underway on July 23rd, it will have been almost two full years since we last saw Cincinnati Reds prospect Hunter Greene throw a real, live, professional baseball pitch.
Cincinnati Reds starting pitcher Trevor Bauer certainly can hold his own in the Twitter universe when discussing ongoing negotiations between MLB owners and the MLB Players Association or debating who does or doesn't belong in the Hall of Fame.
Cincinnati Reds pitcher Trevor Bauer is tired of the back-and-forth between Major League Baseball owners and players as they continuously fail to reach an agreement for a 2020 season with the COVID-19 pandemic looming as a backdrop to negotiations...