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Cincinnati Reds: Five bold predictions for the 2019 MLB Winter Meetings Would anyone have expected the Reds to find a trade partner for Homer Bailey last offseason? While that trade was finalized after the Winter Meetings, that\u2019s where the conversations began. Let\u2019s hope for another big December from the Reds front office.
Reds Longest Homers of 2019: #7 Aristides Aquino Aristides Aquino Rank: 2nd. Launch Angle: 24.7°. Exit Velocity: 108.9 MPH. Reds Exit Velocity Rank : 14th. This was at the start of a record breaking run for Aristides Aquino. He entered the day with one career home run. The day would mark just his 7th career game.
Cincinnati Reds 2019 MLB Winter Meetings preview Well, you won\u2019t see Tony Santillan, Tyler Stephenson, Tejay Antone, or Ryan Hendrix among those players selected, as the Reds assigned all four players to the 40-man roster last month in order to prevent another team from poaching the team\u2019s minor league talent.
Reds outfielder Nick Senzel to begin throwing, hitting next month But it certainly stood out to me. You can listen to the entire interview with Senzel and Moustakas at this link. There's also many other clips from McAlister's interviews with other players, coaches, and former players available.
Cincinnati Reds: Reviewing key trades and acquisitions during the rebuild Following the 2014 season, the Cincinnati Reds organization was in a precarious position. Rebuild or retool? Unfortunately, the reluctance to define a cohe…
Cincinnati Reds' Nick Senzel plans to return to his old swing in 2020 He remains on track for the start of next season after he underwent surgery to repair the labrum in his right shoulder and missed the final three weeks of the 2019 season. He plans to begin hitting and throwing in the second week of January, which isn't far from when he typically begins ramping up for spring training.
Cincinnati Reds' Joey Votto not making predictions for his 2020 season I wasn't happy with it." The Cincinnati Reds don't need Votto to return to his 2017 numbers.320/.456/.578 when he led the National League in on-base and on-base-plus-slugging and finished second by one vote in the MVP race - but they can't have the numbers he put up last year and expect to compete for the National League Central division title.
My Finest Hour This past week I was able to wrap up a set that I had started collecting back in Spring. I had always been a fan of the 1993 Topps Finest…
Red Reposter - Yet another frozen railroad spike driven directly into Wick's heart Pham has been a Red Reporter favorite since his breakout with the Whiny Little Bitching Cardinals back in 2017, mostly due to his well-rounded skills and consistent output. He woulda done quite a bit to goose the Reds' lineup in 2020 had such things come to pass, but alack a duck and fuck my luck.
Reds pitching coach Derek Johnson named Coach of the Year Baseball America has named Cincinnati Reds pitching coach Derek Johnson as their Major League Baseball Coach of the Year for 2019. It's the players that often get talked about when it comes to free agency and adding to the team.
Cincinnati Reds #10 Prospect: Tyler Callihan Interesting Stat on Tyler Callihan. He hit.280/.307/.505 on the road in 114 plate appearances. At home he hit just.248/.290/.385 in 124 plate appearances. This article was first sent out to those who support the site over on Patreon.
Updating the Top 100: Joey Votto I have this long-ago memory from when I was a child, in which a group of us neighborhood kids were playing at a local park, back when kids played at local parks without parent supervision or structured activity. In the memory, a pair of teenagers began to fight each other on the other end of the park.
Cincinnati Reds: Signing Mike Moustakas is a step toward contention The Cincinnati Reds officially announced the signing of Mike Moustakas yesterday. Acquiring Moose is the first step toward contention for the Reds. Mike Mo…
Giants Hire Donnie Ecker As Hitting Coach New Giants manager Gabe Kapler has made an important addition to his staff. Reds assistant hitting coach Donnie Ecker will take over as San Francisco's hitting coach, Mark Gonzales of the Chicago Tribune was among those to report. It'll be a homecoming for Ecker, who Gonzales notes hails from the Bay Area.
Mike Moustakas: I want to help the Reds get to the post season And hey, maybe Chad Dotson is onto something else with this tweet, too…. As I'm getting caught up on some reading, I thought it was interesting that Nightengale included this nugget in his article about the Reds signing Moustakas.
Cincinnati Reds links - Madison Bumgarner on Reds radar Earlier this winter, the Cincinnati Reds chased catcher Yasmani Grandal in free agency before he ultimately signed with the Chicago White Sox for some $73 million guaranteed, but the Reds didn't - or haven't yet, at least - simply start calling every other catcher on the market to make sure they found someone new.
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Reds make the Mike Moustakas signing official The Cincinnati Reds have made the signing of Mike Moustakas official, announcing the deal on Thursday afternoon.
Reds, Moustakas complete $64 million, 4-year deal CINCINNATI - All-Star infielder Mike Moustakas completed a $64 million, four-year contract Thursday with the Cincinnati Reds, the biggest free agent deal in franchise history. They agreed to the deal earlier in the week. Moustakas was in town to sign it Thursday and get introduced at the team's annual fan festival.
Reds Sign All-star Infielder Mike Moustakas CINCINNATI - Cincinnati Reds President of Baseball Operations Dick Williams today announced that free agent 3-time All-Star infielder Mike Moustakas has agreed to terms a 4-year, $64-million contract through the 2023 season. It is the largest free-agent contract in club history.
Mike Moustakas' contract gives the Cincinnati Reds some flexibility The Cincinnati Reds officially made Mike Moustakas their largest free-agent signing in club history on Thursday, announcing their four-year, $64 million deal. Moustakas will wear No. 9 and will have an introductory press conference Thursday night. He will remain in town for Redsfest this weekend.
Cincinnati Reds #11 Prospect: TJ Friedl But he hit the injured list the next day with an ankle injury. That would be the last game of the year as he would undergo ankle surgery later in the month. In that final month he hit.260/.374/.455 over 91 plate appearances. For all 2019 Season Reviews and Scouting Reports - click here.
Dynasty: Cincinnati Reds' 2020 Preseason Top 50 Prospects Trevor Hooth walks us through the Cincinnati farm system.
Updating the Top 100: Eugenio Suarez The headline number for Eugenio Suarez in 2019 is, without question, his 49 home runs, narrowly missing becoming the 2nd player in franchise history to hang half a hundred on the board. Not only was the home run total impressive in isolation, but it also represented a significant increase over Suarez's previous career high.
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