Cincinnati Reds

Marlins shortstop Miguel Rojas will go on the 10-day injured list with a dislocated finger, Craig Mish of SportsGrid reports. Rojas appears as if he’ll miss more time than the 10-day minimum, though, as Mish hears the injury is “concerning.” Rojas, who suffered the injury in a loss to the division-rival Phillies on Thursday, has
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While the Reds didn’t make a formal announcement, they inked veteran right-hander Brad Brach to a minor league contract earlier this week. Brach, a client of Big League Management, was listed as part of the Opening Day roster at Triple-A Louisville and pitched a scoreless frame of relief for the Bats last night (two strikeouts,
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Cincinnati Reds manager David Bell (Photo by Dylan Buell/Getty Images) ONE Empower: Who is Alyona Rassohyna? by Chad Porto Edwin Diaz changing reputation with Mets fans all thanks to awesome walk-up music (Video) by Braulio Perez The Cincinnati Reds-St. Louis Cardinals early-season rivalry took another turn with Jack Flaherty drilling Jonathan India in the head
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SEATTLE, WASHINGTON – SEPTEMBER 11: Joey Votto #19 of the Cincinnati Reds looks on going into the third inning against the Seattle Mariners during their game at T-Mobile Park on September 11, 2019 in Seattle, Washington. (Photo by Abbie Parr/Getty Images) Braves lineup changes already paying dividends thanks to Marcell Ozuna (Video) by Mark Powell
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Trevor Bauer, Cincinnati Reds. (Mandatory Credit: David Kohl-USA TODAY Sports) Chiefs: Patrick Mahomes ’other’ injury improving as well by Steven Kubitza The New York Mets are no longer targeting right-hander Trevor Bauer in his free agency. Though the New York Mets are pushing for playoff positioning this offseason, it does not seem like they will be
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The baseball world unfortunately lost a number of influential people in 2020. Let’s remember them, now. Don Larsen (St. Louis Browns, Baltimore Orioles, New York Yankees, Kansas City Athletics, Chicago White Sox, San Francisco Giants, Houston Colt .45’s, Houston Astros, Chicago Cubs) Typically, nobody would think that a journeyman pitcher with a career record of
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