After a month with the Cincinnati Reds, this rookie is already batting and playing center field like an old pro.
As Scooter Gennett comes back to the lineup, the team faces a talent logjam in the middle of the infield.
The team’s terrible, horrible, no good, very bad pitching days might finally be over.
The franchise cornerstone can still be a productive hitter and leader, but his days of domination are coming to an end.
With Nick Senzel’s spectacular arrival and other moves, management is finally putting the best team on the field. And it shows.
The young left fielder has quietly become one of the best hitters in the National League.
Luis Castillo and Sonny Gray are forming a formidable one-two punch at the top of the pitching rotation.
Dodgers fans cheer him on his return to L.A., and Reds fans are getting comfortable with him.
Patience is in short supply among the Cincinnati Reds’ faithful fan base, and righfully so.
But reviews are mixed for David Bell’s moves in his first week as manager.