Cincinnati Reds

Reds Fall To Last In Cactus League Standings

By: Zane Miller   The Reds took a 1-4-1 record in spring training games this week, taking a 6-4 win over the San Diego Padres on Wednesday night, before going winless the rest of the week with an 11-3 loss to the Seattle Mariners on Thursday night, an 8-3 loss to the Kansas City Royals on Friday afternoon, a 6-2 loss to the Padres on Saturday night and a 3-2 loss against the Arizona Diamondbacks on Sunday afternoon, capped off with a 5-5 tie against the Cleveland Indians on Monday afternoon. The week also saw 12 players that were officially...

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How Well Will This Michael Lorenzen Experiment Work?

By: Noah Wright   Michael Lorenzen. He’s one of the most interesting players currently in baseball. Yesterday, he saw his first action in centerfield, while also getting some time on the mound. This is the first step the Cincinnati Reds and Lorenzen are hoping for Lorenzen to become a 2-way player. Right now, this experiment is in its early stages, but how well will it work out in the end? We all know Lorenzen was a former center fielder back in his college days at California State University Fullerton. He was a pretty notable bat back during his college years. During...

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Reds Defeat in Spring Training Continue

By Zane Miller The Reds hold a 3-6-2 record in the Cactus League spring training so far, after the team defeated the Chicago White Sox 11-4 on Wednesday afternoon, before losing to the Milwaukee Brewers 10-8 on Thursday afternoon, the San Francisco Giants 5-3 on Friday noon and the Los Angeles Angels 11-2 on Saturday afternoon. However, the team was able to turn things around on Sunday afternoon with an 11-5 victory over the Brewers, before slumping back on their split squad day with a 9-1 loss to the Chicago Cubs and a 3-3 tie against the Arizona Diamondbacks. In...

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Reds Go 1-2-1 In First Games of Spring Training

By: Zane Miller   The Reds kicked off their Cactus League schedule earlier in the week, tying in their opener against the Cleveland Indians 3-3 on Saturday afternoon, followed by a win against the Los Angeles Angels 14-2 on Sunday afternoon. However, the team suffered back to back losses, first against the Seattle Mariners 11-3 on Monday afternoon and then against the San Francisco Giants 4-3 on Tuesday afternoon. New Reds manager David Bell is still enthusiastic and looking forward to the start of the regular season, as well as the opportunity to continue developing players. “It’s hard to explain...

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