1. Reds: MLB All-Star Game Ticket Registration Open

    Baseball fans can now register for the opportunity to purchase tickets to the 2015 Major League Baseball All-Star Game festivities at Great American Ball Park...

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  2. Reds' Paul Maholm Signing Makes Sense

    It's safe to say that they weren't lining up to buy tickets down at Great American Ball Park in the wake of the news that the Reds signed left-hander Paul Maholm...

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  3. Cincinnati's All-Star Game Preparations in High-Gear

    It might not feel like baseball season, but planning is in high-gear for this summer's All-Star Game in Cincinnati ...

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  4. Pair of Reds Prospects Ranks on Top 100 List

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  5. Cincinnati Hopes All-Star Game Helps Show off City

    CINCINNATI (AP) — It might not feel like baseball season, but planning is in high-gear for this summer's All-Star Game in Cincinnati ...

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  6. Reds Sign LHP Maholm

    The Reds have signed left-handed pitcher Paul Maholm to a Minor League contract and invited him to big league camp at Spring Training...

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  7. Cincinnati Reds' Sleeper Prospects to Watch in Spring Training

    The Cincinnati Reds have a crop of prospects with a lot of upside. The system's upside resides in numerous power arms that have the potential to serve in high-leverage situations out of the bullpen and mid-to-front-end rotation work (e...

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  8. Can Cueto Fit in the Reds' Price Range?

    Johnny Cueto was walking through the Reds clubhouse one day last season when one of the television sets caught his attention...

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  9. Devin Mesoraco Is a Strong Candidate to Repeat His 2014 Breakout Season

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  10. Should the Cincinnati Reds Go After Rafael Soriano?

    One of the best traits a mid-market club can have is their ability to buy when the asking price is low. It's similar to a broker on Wall Street pulling in a hot stock at a bargain price...

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  11. 2015 Prospect Watch: Top 10 Outfielders

    MLBPipeline.com's 2015 Top 100 Prospects list will be unveiled on Friday, Jan. 30, on MLB .com, with the Top 50 revealed during a one-hour show on MLB Network at 9 p.m. ET. Leading up to that, MLBPipeline...

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  12. Price: Mesoraco to Catch 145 Games

    Because of the physical abuse, the battering the position inflicts upon the body, conventional wisdome is, “Momma don't let your babies grow up to be catchers...

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  13. Projecting the Cincinnati Reds' 2015 Opening Day Roster

    At this point in the MLB offseason, most teams have made all of their impact signings and trades. That means rosters are beginning to take shape. The Cincinnati Reds made their fair share of moves this winter...

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  14. Cincinnati Reds' 5 Non-Roster Invitees to Watch in Spring Training

    The Cincinnati Reds are just 21 days from when pitchers and catchers report, and 27 days from the start of spring training...

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  15. Mesoraco Deal One Reds Had to Make

    Anytime you sign a player to a $28 million contract – as the Reds did with Devin Mesoraco Monday – you're taking some risk. But in the wacky world of baseball economics, the Mesoraco deal is a pretty safe bet...

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  16. Details on Mesoraco contract

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  17. Is Devin Mesoraco Poised to Become MLB's Next Great Franchise Catcher?

    The development of former first-rounder Devin Mesoraco took a little longer than the Cincinnati Reds might have expected, but their patience has paid off, as they have ...

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  18. Devin Mesoraco, Reds Agree to New Contract: Latest Details and Reaction

    Devin Mesoraco and the Cincinnati Reds apparently have no interest in fighting each other in the arbitration process...

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  19. Billy Hamilton Looking to Put Two Solid Halves Together

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  20. Votto, Cueto Biggest Questions for Reds

    LOUISVILLE, Ky. -- Spring training starts next month, but already everyone was thinking about Cincinnati Reds baseball at Louisville Slugger Field...

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  21. Reds Only Team Never to Have Japanese Player

    As soon as Ichiro Suzuki plays a game for the Marlins — and he reportedly agreed to a one-year deal with Miami on Friday — the Reds will be the only team in Major League Baseball to have never had a Japanese player play for it...

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  22. Cincinnati Reds Head to AF Museum

    The Cincinnati Reds ' “Winter Caravan” will stop Saturday, Jan. 24, at the National Museum of the U.S. Air Force...

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  23. Pete Rose Will Be at Cincinnati-Hosted All-Star Game This Year

    Despite being permanently banned from baseball, local legend Pete Rose will be in Cincinnati for the All-Star Game this coming summer. Reds majority owner Bob Castellini said as much Thursday...

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  24. Reds' Billy Hamilton Getting Stronger for Encore Season

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  25. Reds' Billy Hamilton Getting Stronger for Encore Season

    CINCINNATI — Billy Hamilton set a Reds rookie record by stealing 56 bases, tied for second-most overall in the major leagues last season. He also wore down as the months wore on, with his hitting and stealing taking a big dive...

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