NUXHALL WAY: THE REDS BLOG
A TOP-NOTCH ROTATION OF INSIGHT AND ANALYSIS ON THE CINCINNATI REDS
Meet Your Newest Reds Rookie Star, Andrew Abbott
The lefty pitcher impressed with six shutout innings in his major league debut. Is it yahoo time for the former UVa Wahoo?
Spencer Steer Is a Good Problem for the Reds to Have
Cincinnati might actually have too many productive young infielders. Where does Steer play when Joey Votto returns?
Alexis Diaz Is Having a Dream Start to His Reds Career
In Major League Baseball, though, a shutdown closer on a last place team is a luxury. Look for multiple trade inquiries from contending teams soon.
The Reds Launch the Matt McLain Era
Cincinnati’s new everyday shortstop impressed with a hustle double for his first major league hit. Alright, alright, alright.
The Reds Need to Bring up the Kids
Three prospects are hitting well at Triple-A Louisville and can help at Cincinnati’s worst positions: first base and shortstop.
India and Senzel Put the Reds on Their Backs
Cincinnati’s veteran leaders, ages 26 and 27, have the team playing better ball the past two weeks.
Should Reds Manager David Bell Be on the Hot Seat?
Is Bell to blame for another poor start to a season? Or is he doing the best he can with the team he’s been given?
How Many Starting Pitchers Do the Reds Really Need?
Cincinnati’s “Big Three” look good so far, but unfortunately major league rotations have at least five starters.
TJ Friedl Is the Reds’ Center of Attention So Far
In a season where wins will be hard to come by, fans focus on players who are interesting and fun to root for.
The Reds Got Horny on Opening Weekend
A new dugout tradition and a series win over the Pirates were good for team-building and positive vibes. We’ll take it!