The 2019 season saw star players emerge and fade, a maturing 1-2 rotation punch, a Babe Ruth impersonation, and more losing baseball.
Overshadowed by the infamous Black Sox scandal, the franchise’s first championship team never got the credit it deserved.
Despite a difficult 2019 season, the worst of his career actually, many believe Joey Votto can and will be a productive hitter for the Reds going forward.
It’s becoming more and more indisputable that the young third baseman is one of the best ever to wear a Cincinnati Reds uniform.
As Marty Brennaman’s broadcast career winds down, we remember his Reds calls as the soundtrack of Cincinnati summers.
Sonny Gray’s return to All-Star form has been a huge win for the Reds’ front office and fans.
The Reds' rookie outfielder is doing things no one in Major League history has ever done, but is he a flash in the pan? Signs point to long-term success.
A series win this weekend over the Cubs puts the Reds in playoff contention.
Just when I thought I was out after a post-All-Star Game swoon, the Reds have pulled me back in thanks to better play and three trades.
Platooning Jesse Winker and Phillip Ervin is the best answer.