The Reds went with a buy-low, sell-high move with starting pitcher Dan Straily. On Thursday, they traded Straily to the Marlins for right-handed pitching prospects Luis Castillo and Austin Brice and outfielder Isaiah White. Cincinnati also designated outfielder Steve Selsky for assignment.
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Mathias "Matty" Schwab, who was the Reds' park superintendent from 1903-63, will be the recipient of the Gary Vanden Berg Award as the 2017 inductee into the Major League Baseball Groundskeeper's Hall of Fame.
The baseball world mourned the unexpected deaths of Royals pitcher Yordano Ventura and third baseman Andy Marte on Sunday. Ventura, 25, died in a car crash in the Dominican Republic on Sunday. Marte, 33, also died in a separate car crash Sunday in the Dominican Republic.
The Reds' Minor League affiliates announced their 2017 coaching staffs on Friday, with familiar faces returning to their posts.
Several former Major League players with Reds connections did not come close to being elected as members of the Baseball Hall of Fame in results that were revealed on Wednesday.
Stay on top of all the offseason moves with the MLB.com Hot Stove Tracker, which updates with the latest free-agent signings and trades.
As a player learning to be an everyday player in the big leagues for the first time, Reds third baseman Eugenio Suarez demonstrated a full spectrum at the plate. Suarez flexed some power with 21 home runs. He was also streaky, going into and out of extended funks.
There's now less than a month to go before Reds pitchers and catchers report to Spring Training in Goodyear, Ariz., on Feb. 13. As anticipation builds, let's dive into another edition of the Inbox.
Who do the Reds have in the pipeline? Get scouting reports, video, stats, projected ETAs and more for Cincy's Top 30 Prospects on MLBPipeline.com's Prospect Watch.
Leading up to the release of the 2017 Top 100 Prospects list, MLBPipeline.com looks at baseball's top 10 prospects at each position. Here are baseball's best 10 southpaw pitching prospects.
The Reds avoided arbitration with all four of their eligible players on Friday, the club announced. Dollar figures were not made public by the club, but according to a source, shortstop Zack Cozart will get a one-year contract worth $5.325 million. Center fielder Billy Hamilton agreed to a one-year, $2.625 million contract. Right-handed reliever Blake Wood settled on a one-year deal worth $1.275 million, while lefty reliever Tony Cingrani also got a deal done for $1.825 million.
Pitcher Jon Moscot had just packed up his car Thursday morning and begun the journey from his Southern California home to the Reds' Spring Training complex in Goodyear, Ariz. That drive came on the heels of what could be described as a transformative trip to Israel for Moscot.
Zach Vincej is used to being overlooked. Rather than let the lack of notoriety bother him, Vincej has used it as motivation and is coming off a breakthrough campaign.
Four Reds buses, five states, 17 fan stops and 3,300 miles combined. It all adds up to another edition of the popular annual Reds Caravan. The Reds announced Tuesday that their 2017 Caravan will be on the road Jan. 26-29 with stops in Ohio, Kentucky, Indiana, West Virginia and Tennessee.
The Reds made another move with hopes of fortifying their bullpen Tuesday when right-handed reliever Louis Coleman was signed to a Minor League contract. Coleman was also invited to big league camp at Spring Training, the club announced.
Despite the frigid temperatures throughout many big league cities, Major League Baseball's announcement Tuesday of the first workout dates of Spring Training should be enough to warm the hearts of baseball fans everywhere.
The Reds' Hot Stove season is entering its final month before pitchers and catchers report to Spring Training on Feb. 13. There are still numerous areas the club would like to bolster before it gets to camp. One prediction: The Reds will land a veteran starting pitcher from the free-agent market to compete for the lone vacancy in the rotation.
Will the news of Brandon Phillips' blocked trade influence MLB general managers to trade players before they reach the 10-and-5 benchmark? Beat reporter Mark Sheldon answers that question and more in a new edition of the Reds Inbox.
The Reds' offseason shopping list includes adding catching depth behind Devin Mesoraco and Tucker Barnhart. But for that spot to be filled, a potential third catcher might have to take a leap of faith and have a willingness to be flexible.
Reds second baseman Brandon Phillips invoked his no-trade clause this past November to block a potential trade to Atlanta, according to a source.
Quiet all offseason, the Reds did not wait long after the holidays to make their first big league contract signing of the winter. On Tuesday, they addressed their bullpen by signing veteran reliever Drew Storen to a one-year, $3 million contract.
Normally following a 94-loss season -- such as the one that the Reds had in 2016 -- there might be a lack of optimism or the feeling that there are too many needed upgrades to count. But the Reds don't put themselves into that category. A 36-37 record after the All-Star break didn't just bring enthusiasm -- it earned manager Bryan Price a one-year extension to keep the momentum going.
Amid injuries and poor performance, the Reds were 32-57 at the All-Star break. But after some players returned healthy, and others with improved play, Cincinnati finished one game under .500 in the second half at 36-37.
Citing a need to focus his attention on getting ready for the upcoming season with the Reds, first baseman Joey Votto declined his invitation to play for Team Canada in the 2017 World Baseball Classic.
The Reds announced several front office promotions, new hires and title changes on Tuesday. Among the moves was general manager Dick Williams taking on the additional title of president of baseball operations. Former president of baseball operations Walt Jocketty was named executive advisor to CEO Bob Castellini.
At the end of an amazing October, one team was standing: the Chicago Cubs, who broke a 108-year championship drought and won the World Series for the National League. But 14 other NL teams played all season and had their own pinnacle moments. In consultation with each club's beat reporter, here is the game of the year for each club in the NL in 2016.
In the latest Reds Inbox, beat reporter Mark Sheldon answers questions on playing time for Jose Peraza and Dilson Herrera, Amir Garrett's ascent, Devin Mesoraco's immediate future and more.
Right-hander Ross Ohlendorf is heading to Japan, having signed a one-year contract with the Yakult Swallows for $1.5 million plus a reported $400,000 in incentives.
The Reds announced a pair of waiver claims on Friday, claiming infielder/outfielder Richie Shaffer from the Phillies and right-hander Tyrell Jenkins from the Rangers.
Just before the calendar year ends, Adam Duvall took part in what has become an annual MLB.com tradition -- answering questions about the holiday season.
From the 2015 MLB Draft, No. 1 pick Dansby Swanson, No. 2 pick Alex Bregman and No. 7 pick Andrew Benintendi all reached the Major Leagues by '16, the season after they were drafted. The Reds' top prospect, third baseman Nick Senzel, certainly noticed.
Save for two waiver claims, one Rule 5 selection and the trade of another Rule 5 pick, the Reds' offseason has been decidedly quiet. General manager Dick Williams insists it's been busier behind the scenes, and he's been engaging with clubs and agents.
The Yankees certainly improved their system throughout the season, but they are not alone. Multiple clubs made big changes, here's a look at the top five: