Source: Hot target Bruce has limited no-trade clause
MLB.com Updated Nov 22 (5 days ago)
When the July 31 non-waiver Trade Deadline expired this past season, Reds right fielder Jay Bruce let out a big sigh of relief while sitting at his locker in the clubhouse at Great American Ball Park. One thing that is certain this winter for Bruce is h…Share Tweet
Ken Johnson, Only Loser of 9-Inning No-Hitter, Dies at 82nytimes.com Nov 23 (4 days ago)The Houston Colt .45s pitcher threw a brilliant game against the Cincinnati Reds on April 23, 1964, only to lose in the ninth.Share TweetMLB.com Nov 19Two teams that needed closers going into the offseason are no longer potential trade matches with the Reds for their closer, Aroldis Chapman. The Reds are still keeping an eye on the market and listening for offers.Share Tweet
5 teams that could trade for AroldisMLB.com Nov 17If the Reds wanted to add a touch of theatrics to this thing, they'd set up shop in the lobby of the Winter Meetings next month and ask teams hoping to trade for closer Aroldis Chapman to take a number.Share Tweet
Frazier draws heat in Hot Stove trade rumorsMLB.com Nov 16Now that the heads of the Reds baseball operations department have made it clear that they would listen to trade proposals for any player on their roster, rumors have been spinning various names around like autumn's ubiquitous leaf blower.Share Tweet
Flame-throwing Chapman next on Hot Stove?MLB.com Nov 14A big-time, power-armed closer was traded to begin the weekend on Friday night, but it wasn't Aroldis Chapman departing from the Reds. Instead, it was Craig Kimbrel, who went from the Padres to Red Sox in exchange for four top prospects.Share Tweetyahoo.com Nov 13A narcissistic Indiana man who made a video of himself running on the field at Great American Ballpark in July in the eighth inning of a game between the Cincinnati Reds and the Chicago Cubs was sentenced to a year of probation and 100 hours of communit…Share Tweet
Reds listening as Hot Stove interest warms upMLB.com Nov 10Reds president of baseball operations Walt Jocketty and general manager Dick Williams have spent most of their time at the General Managers Meetings exploring their options and listening.Share Tweetnytimes.com Nov 9Griffey’s great numbers mostly came in his first 11 major league seasons, which were played in Seattle. After that, he was little more than a journeyman.Share TweetDick Williams may have formally been promoted to general manager of the Reds on Wednesday, but his first foray among his 29 other GM peers will begin Monday at the General Managers Meetings.Share Tweet
Reds share news of former outfielder Milner's passingMLB.com Nov 4Former Reds player Eddie Milner, a speedy outfielder during the 1980s, died at the age of 60. The team, which announced the news on Wednesday morning, said that Milner passed away on Monday. A cause of death was not revealed.Share Tweet
Reds decline Schumaker, Badenhop optionsMLB.com Nov 2The Reds declined to exercise the 2016 options for outfielder/infielder Skip Schumaker and reliever Burke Badenhop on Monday, the first day they could make those moves following the completion of the World Series.Share Tweet
Votto ready to take on Cincy's 'unfinished business'MLB.com Oct 26Just as first baseman Joey Votto returned to his status among the cream of the crop of Major League hitters, the Reds' fortunes as a team headed in a much different direction before finishing with a 64-98 last-place record in the National League Central…Share TweetMLB.com Oct 19Only three times in League Championship Series history have two teams swept their way to the World Series -- 1969 (Orioles and Mets), 1970 (Orioles and Reds) and 1975 (Red Sox and Reds). It has never happened in the time since the Championship Series we…Share Tweetdeadspin.com Oct 17Edinson Volquez has a history of struggling in the playoffs. Before last night, the Royals pitcher was 0-3 in three postseason starts with the Reds, Pirates, and Royals, with a Jose Lima-esque 8.67 ERA. The power-hitting Blue Jays are the most offensive…Share Tweetyahoo.com Oct 7Two years ago, when the Pittsburgh Pirates were hosting the Cincinnati Reds in the NL wild-card game, PNC Park was rocking with rabid fans. And that gave us one very clear instance in which fans affected the outcome of a game. The Pirates fans chanted a…Share Tweet
Price to return as Reds' manager next seasonMLB.com Oct 3Reds manager Bryan Price will return to the club next season, general manager Walt Jocketty announced Saturday.Share Tweetnytimes.com Oct 3Starling Marte's two-run homer in the bottom of the 12th inning gave the Pittsburgh Pirates a 6-4 victory over Cincinnati on Friday night, extending the Reds' losing streak to 13 games.Share Tweetyahoo.com Oct 2Keyvius Sampson did everything he's supposed to as a hitter. He didn't get overanxious or try to do too much with Francisco Liriano's fastball right down the pipe. Instead, the Reds rookie pitcher gave it an inside-out swing and sent it cleanly through …Share Tweetnytimes.com Oct 1The Rangers are a win or a loss away from their first division title since winning two straight and going to the World Series in 2010-11.Share Tweet
Jason Hammel shuts down Reds in final playoff prepESPN.com Oct 1Jason Hammel shuts down Reds in final playoff prepShare Tweet
Wild Card at Wrigley? Cubs gain on BucsMLB.com Oct 1The Cubs continued their bid to host the National League Wild Card Game by posting a soggy 5-3 win Thursday afternoon over the Reds, who lost their 12th in a row.Share Tweet
Reds' Losing Streak Reaches 12 With 5-3 Loss to Cubsnytimes.com Oct 1Evidence of the Reds' growing pains showed in a decisive pitch by rookie John Lamb to Austin Jackson that led to another loss.Share Tweet
Frazier exits with slight Achilles tendon strainMLB.com Sep 29Reds third baseman Todd Frazier exited early from Tuesday's game vs. the Cubs because of a slight strain of his right Achilles tendon, the club announced.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.
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