1. Cincinnati Reds: 4 Potential Breakout Candidates to Watch in Spring Training

    According to Odds Shark , Las Vegas has set the Reds ' over/under win total at 77.5. This number indicates one of two things, perhaps both: Vegas thinks that 2014 was an accurate ...

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  2. 3 Reasons the Reds Should Consider Trading Johnny Cueto This Spring

    The Cincinnati Reds have a multi million-dollar predicament on their hands. In Johnny Cueto , the Reds have one of the best right-handed starters in all of baseball...

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  3. Are the 2015 Cincinnati Reds Better Than the 2014 Version?

    As spring training approaches, the Cincinnati Reds are eager to prove the doubters wrong and show that last year's down season was just a product of an injury-riddled team...

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  4. Pete Rose Talks About His Legacy, His Transgressions

    DESTIN — The legs that once enabled Pete Rose to take the extra base don't move as nimble as yesteryear...

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  5. Reds IF Outlook: Votto's Health Key to Offensive Success

    Few baseball players have better eyes at the plate than Joey Votto. The Reds ' first baseman knows what a strike is and isn't. He is plate discipline personified...

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  6. Despite Doubters, Reds Aim for Top of NL Central

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  7. Brennaman Does Not Think Votto Should Be Trying to Lead the League in OBP

    Marty Brennaman is a Frick Award winner and, when he wants to be, is still one of the best broadcasters in the game. But his favorite hobby, it seems, is going after the Reds ' best players...

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  8. Reds Avoid Arbitration with Aroldis Chapman

    The Reds announced that they have avoided arbitration with closer Aroldis Chapman by agreeing to a one-year deal. The flamethrowing southpaw, projected by MLBTR contributor Matt Swartz to earn $8...

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  9. Cincinnati Reds' 2015 Spring Training Preview

    A long offseason is nearing the end, so it's time to take a look at how the Cincinnati Reds look entering spring training. During the long offseason, plenty of things happened with the Reds...

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  10. 'Nasty Boys' to Lead Reds' Opening Day Parade

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  11. Reds Counting on a Return to Health in 2015

    Reds Spring Training usually brings new hope for players, fresh anticipation for baseball-starved fans and a smorgasbord of speculation for all to consume...

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  12. The Cincinnati Reds' Top Hitting Prospects and Their MLB Comparisons

    The bulk of the Cincinnati Reds ' current roster is largely comprised of former pipeline prospects. Joey Votto , Zack Cozart , Todd Frazier, Devin Mesoraco , Jay Bruce, Billy ...

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  13. Jocketty: Patience Pays in Signing Relievers

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  14. Manfred on Pete Rose: 'Conversation I'm Willing to Have'

    Major League Baseball commissioner Rob Manfred recently said that the potential reinstatement of former Reds great and Hit King Pete Rose is "a conversation I'm willing to have...

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  15. Third on Depth Chart, Barnhart Knows He Must Be Ready

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  16. 5 Reasons the Cincinnati Reds Could Actually Surprise People in 2015

    The Cincinnati Reds ' 2014 season didn't go according to plan. That doesn't mean 2015 has to be a lost year, though...

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  17. Cincinnati Reds Have What It Takes to Win the NL Central

    Coming into 2014, the Cincinnati Reds had won at least 90 games in each of the past two seasons. Unfortunately for them, they struggled mightily down the stretch en route to a disappointing 76-86 record and a fourth place finish in their division...

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  18. Reds, Todd Frazier Agree to Two-Year Deal

    The Reds and Todd Frazier have avoided arbitration with a two-year, $12MM deal, according to Jon Heyman of CBSSports.com (on Twitter)...

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  19. Report: Reds, Frazier Agree to 2-Yr/$12M Deal

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  20. Reds Manager: Raisel Iglesias Could Be Used in Starting Rotation

    The Reds had a busy day Saturday, adding veteran relievers Burke Badenhop and Kevin Gregg 10 days before pitchers and catchers report to Goodyear, Ariz...

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  21. Jocketty Doens't See Viciedo as Good Fit for Reds

    Reds general manager Walt Jocketty downplayed a report that his club was pursuing free agent outfielder Dayan Viciedo, who was released by the White Sox earlier this week...

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  22. Reds GM: 'Never Say Never' on Bringing Back Cueto

    CINCINNATI -- Reds general manager Walt Jocketty is certainly aware of the long odds to keep ace Johnny Cueto in Cincinnati beyond 2015. But Jocketty maintained on Thursday that the team has not given up hope...

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  23. Frazier Talking to Reds, Trying to Avoid Arbitration

    Todd Frazier said he and his agent continue to talk with the Reds in hopes of getting a deal done before a potential arbitration hearing...

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  24. Reds Sign Burke Badenhop to a One-Year, $1 Million Deal

    ESPN's Jonah Keri reports that the Reds have signed reliever Burke Badenhop to a one-year, $1 million contract which includes a $4 million mutual option with a $1.5 million buyout for the 2016 season...

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  25. Reds Sign RHP Burke Badenhop to 1-Year Deal

    Sign RHP Burke Badenhop to 1-year contract with a mutual option for 2016; designate for assignment LHP Ismael Guillon......

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