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Cincinnati Reds Top 45 Prospects

Below is an analysis of the prospects in the farm system of the Cincinnati Reds. Scouting reports were compiled with information provided by industry sources as well as our own observations. This is the second year we’re delineating between two anticipated relief roles, the abbreviations for which you’ll see in the “position” column below: MIRP for multi-inning relief pitchers, and SIRP for single-inning relief pitchers.
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Tipsheet: Bumbling Reds ownership aggravates Cincinnati fan base

Ten Hochman: With big homer and big personality, Cardinals catcher Knizner a good complement to starter Yadi. Cincinnati Reds fans were optimistic when Bob Castellini peeled out of the Cardinals ownership group and bought control of the Cincinnati Reds in 2006. They hoped he would do for the Reds what...
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9th inning bullpen collapse caps a bad day for the Cincinnati Reds

A slow start to the day seemed to turn around when the Cincinnati Reds put up a 4-spot in the 6th inning that was capped off by a long home run by Tyler Naquin that tied the game up. But then a day that began with a public relations nightmare by Phil Castellini ended as the bullpen imploded on itself in the 9th, giving up two home runs and six runs total and the answer to Phil’s question of “where you gonna go?” was to the exits before the game was even over.
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Nick Castellanos: Cincinnati Reds' fan base 'suffocating' because of ownership

A feature from ESPN.com's Jesse Rogers about how the new Collective Bargaining Agreement hasn't helped fix tanking in Major League Baseball - quoting former Cincinnati Reds Nick Castellanos and Michael Lorenzen in addition to the Angels' Jared Walsh about Jesse Winker - isn't what Reds ownership was looking for during Tuesday's Reds Opening Day celebration. ...
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Bullpen implosion dooms Cincinnati Reds in 10-5 loss to Cleveland Guardians

A bloop fell into shallow CF to plate a pair of unearned Cleveland Guardians runs. On said bloop, the Reds biggest offseason signing injured himself as he slammed into the team’s most oft-injured player beside him. Shane Bieber held a no-hitter as the scoreboard reached the Bottom of the 6th, and that all came on a day when the COO of the Cincinnati Reds twice taunted fans with the idea that they’d just pack up shop and move the team if we didn’t fall in line.

Cincinnati Reds blown out after comeback in home-opening loss to Cleveland Guardians

With the score tied in the ninth inning Tuesday, the infield drawn in, Cleveland Guardians second baseman Andrés Giménez chose to hit the ball over everybody and spoil the Cincinnati Reds’ home opener. Giménez crushed a go-ahead, two-run homer to center field off reliever Hunter Strickland with one out in the top of the ninth inning. Four batters later, José Ramírez hit a grand slam against rookie Daniel Duarte that sent most Reds fans to the exits,...
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“Well, where are you gonna go?”

Happy Opening Day*, folks. I truly hope that a good portion of the folks who stumble across this corner of the internet today do so from their phones while down at The Banks, beverage in the other hand, immersed in a sea of red along side the Ohio River. I can only express how sorry I am that it took until April 12th for you to be there, in that glorious scenario, thanks to the greed of the collective ownership of Major League Baseball locking out the players for a hundred days this winter.
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Cincinnati Reds beat Atlanta Braves 6-3 on Opening Day

The Cincinnati Reds struck first in the first game of this, the 2022 Major League Baseball season that finally, mercifully got around to getting started. That came in the Top of the 2nd after Tyler Stephenson took a curveball off his foot, moved up to 2B on a Nick Senzel single, and later scored on a ribbie off the bat of Kyle Farmer to take a 1-0 lead.
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Hunter Greene wins debut as Cincinnati Reds topple Atlanta, 6-3

Nick Senzel busted it out of the box on what very well could have been - perhaps should have been - an inning-ending double play in the Top of the 3rd inning. Instead, he beat the relay throuw by the tiniest of reviewed margins, that allowed the runner that crossed home in the process to count as a run, and the tail-end of the Reds lineup turned that into a 5-run rally that put them on the smiling side of the scoreboard for good on Sunday against the Atlanta Braves.
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Great spoonerism potential through Cincinnati Reds history

Paul Blair was an oft-brilliant outfielder whose 17-year career saw him win 8 Gold Gloves and twice take home World Series titles with both Baltimore and the New York Yankees, respectively. He posted a 20/20 season in an All-Star season in 1969, was valued at 37.7 career bWAR, and even got a short cameo with the Cincinnati Reds at age-35 in his penultimate season of 1979.
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'I've been excited': Reds pitching prospect Nick Lodolo will make MLB debut vs. Cleveland

Nick Lodolo traveled with the Cincinnati Reds to Atlanta for the first series of the season, but he wasn’t on the Opening Day roster, wasn’t on the field for the team introductions and had to watch all four games from the clubhouse as a member of the taxi squad. What are a few more days when he’s preparing to complete a lifelong dream? ...
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Cincinnati Reds links - Reds farm ranked as middle-of-the-pack at MLB.com

Sound bites that are declarative, objective, and catchy have a way of sticking in our respective craws. “Our farm system is now ranked in the Top 10 in MLB, up from being 28th going into 2020.”. The above quote was doled out by Owner Bob in his PR interview with...
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Cincinnati Reds agree to deal with RHP Hunter Strickland, per reports

You know the story by now. The Cincinnati Reds got the itch to stop paying for baseball players a while back, and have thoroughly pursued that route across all facets of their roster so far this winter/spring since the MLB lockout ended. You may recall, though, that this payroll slashing began last winter, and it began squarely in the team’s bullpen.
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Just how much will we see of Cincinnati Reds catcher Tyler Stephenson in 2022?

291, 403, 397, 437, 445, 422, 296, 348, 338, 293, 352, 304, 371, 352, 440, 333, 420, 423, 522, 364, 110*, 388. From Benito Santiago through Jason LaRue, David Ross, Paul Bako, Ramon Hernandez, Ryan Hanigan, Devin Mesoraco, Brayan Peña, and Tucker Barnhart, the above list of seemingly random numbers is actually the exact number of PA logged by the ‘starting’ catchers of the Cincinnati Reds in each year dating back to 2000. Outside of Barnhart’s 522 PA back in the go-go 2018 season, that doesn’t exactly reveal that the Reds like to pen their backstop’s name in the lineups everyday, set it, and forget it.
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Cincinnati Reds links - Todd Frazier retires, Johnny Cueto signs with White Sox

Gangnam Style has just passed 2 billion views on YouTube. Luis Suarez just bit Giorgio Chiellini. NASA confirmed the presence of water on Mars, and the Marvel Universe was just beginning to gain steam - each of Guardians of the Galaxy, Captain America: The Winter Soldier, and The Amazing Spider-Man 2 ranked among the Top 10 grossing movies worldwide.
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The Reds love trading for hurt guys - A Friday List

The evening of July 13th, 2006 saw the Cincinnati Reds start a four-game series against the Colorado Rockies at GABP, one that they’d sweep completely. That day also saw the Reds swing a major season-altering trade one that initially looked as if it could potentially power the Reds back into the postseason for the first time in years.
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Cincinnati Reds to sign OF Tommy Pham

The Cincinnati Reds were in need of an outfielder (or two) in the worst of ways after watching Nick Castellanos leave into free agency and trading Jesse Winker to the Seattle Mariners. They’d brought in a few fringe players in that wake, players on minor league deals who could potentially stick, but their lineup was in dire need of something of a stalwart.
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