Sources: Reds talking trade for Rangers' JeffressMLB.com Dec 6 (2 days ago)More meetings and plenty of talks have occupied the Reds as the Winter Meetings rolled through Tuesday. One of the clubs that general manager Dick Williams has been in discussions with is the Rangers.Share TweetMLB.com Dec 2 (6 days ago)The Reds tendered contracts to all four of their arbitration-eligible players before Friday's 8 p.m. ET deadline and did not tender a 2017 contract to three others.Share Tweet
Are the Reds open to trading Hamilton?MLB.com Nov 29During the past two seasons of rebuilding, the Reds have not been coy about their willingness to listen to trade offers for their players. Several of them have been moved in that span.Share TweetMLB.com Nov 12The Reds have seemed open to trading Brandon Phillips, and now it appears that the longtime second baseman could also be open to a deal.Share Tweet
Reds may try to move Phillips, CosartMLB.com Nov 10The Reds' roster has stabilized from a year ago when Dick Williams arrived at the General Managers Meetings in Florida. Trades remain possible this offseason, however.Share Tweetyahoo.com Nov 6Cincinnati Reds legend Pete Rose holds his place marker during a ceremony to honor the 1976 World Series champion team in June. (AP) Earlier this week the Cincinnati Reds announced plans to unveil a Pete Rose statue at Great American Ball Park on June 1…Share Tweet
What a relief? Reds must decide on Iglesias' roleMLB.com Oct 17One of the offseason questions the Reds must answer is what type of role pitcher Raisel Iglesias will have: starter or reliever? And if he winds up in the bullpen, can Iglesias be their closer?Share Tweet
Davis' development encouraging to RedsMLB.com Oct 14The Reds didn't get quite the same haul as the Yankees did in their deal for closer Aroldis Chapman, which featured Gleyber Torres and Billy McKinney from the Cubs. Torres was ranked as the No. 17 prospect in baseball according to MLBPipeline.com, and M…Share Tweet
2017 Draft order: Twins to pick No. 1 overallMLB.com Oct 3With the 2016 regular-season standing final, the order for the 2017 MLB Draft is set. By finishing with the worst record in baseball, the Twins will have the No. 1 pick in the 2017 Draft. They'll be followed by the Reds, Padres, Rays and Braves.Share Tweetnytimes.com Oct 2Down to their final strike, the Cubs pulled off one more improbable comeback followed by one more wall-shaking party in the clubhouse. Victory No. 103 had such a familiar feel to it.Share Tweet
Cubs' Jon Lester Fails to Get 20th Victory as Reds Win 7-4nytimes.com Oct 1Left-hander Jon Lester failed to become a 20-game winner on Saturday, struggling for the first time since mid-July as the Cincinnati Reds pulled away to a 7-4 victory over what's likely to be the Chicago Cubs' lineup for the first game of the playoffs.Share TweetIt looks as if Ben Zobrist might be rounding into postseason form, just in time for the Chicago Cubs.Share Tweet
Price to return as Reds' manager next yearMLB.com Sep 30Based largely on the Reds' on-field improvement and better record during the second half, the front office decided that the best way to keep moving forward was with Bryan Price as manager. It was announced Friday that Price would return to the club with…Share Tweet
The Cardinals Got A Win They Didn't Deserve Because The Reds Couldn't Hear Their Dugout Phonedeadspin.com Sep 30There’s a decent chance the NL Wild Card ultimately comes down to this:Read more...Share Tweetnytimes.com Sep 30There was no dispute the St. Louis Cardinals shouldn't have won on Yadier Molina's double.Share TweetThe St. Louis Cardinals beat the Cincinnati Reds tonight, as Yadier Molina doubled in Matt Carpenter to give the team a critical 4-3 win, keeping them right in the thick of the N.L. Wild Card race. Thing is, Molina’s walk-off hit might have been a groun…Share TweetIt always helps to have a little bit of devil magic on your side. The St. Louis Cardinals kept themselves firmly in the National League wild card race with a huge, walk-off win over the Cincinnati Reds on Thursday. Problem is, the hit that won the game …Share Tweet
The Cardinals Lost Their 76th Gamedeadspin.com Sep 29The St. Louis Cardinals squandered a perfect chance to tie the game in the bottom of the ninth Wednesday as they lost to the Cincinnati Reds, 2-1.Read more...Share TweetMLB.com Sep 29After the Reds held off a late Cardinals rally Wednesday night, the Giants were in prime position to extend their lead on St. Louis in the National League Wild Card standings. But Tyler Chatwood had other plans.Share TweetClosers need nerves of steel. Raisel Iglesias is showing he has what it takes.Share Tweetnytimes.com Sep 28Bruce, who had mostly struggled since arriving from the Reds in an Aug. 1 trade, hit his third home run in five games, and the Mets stayed ahead of the Giants and the Cardinals.Share Tweetyahoo.com Sep 28With the National League wild card race as tight as can be, the St. Louis Cardinals’ playoff hopes may depend solely on the arm of Mike Leake. If the 28-year-old hopes to keep the Cardinals in the hunt, he’ll have to do so against his former team, the C…Share Tweet
Buster's Blog: MLB's Stance On Pete RoseFeb 12With the All-Star Game in Cincinnati this season, Buster Olney questions whether its time for Major League Baseball to reconsider its stance on Pete Rose.
Reds Dash Pirates' Division HopesSep 28Johnny Cueto pitched eight strong innings and drove in the go-ahead run to lead the Reds past the Pirates 4-1.
Santiago's Grand Slam Lifts Reds In 10Sep 27Ramon Santiago hit a game-winning grand slam in the 10th inning to lead the Reds past the Pirates 10-6.
Pirates Top RedsSep 26The Pirates captured their 10th win in 12 games with a 3-1 victory over the Reds.