Cincinnati Reds

The Red Sox reportedly have their eye on Yasiel Puig, who’s plotting a comeback after missing the 2020 season.
Author: NBC Sports Boston
Posted: November 25, 2020, 2:03 pm
The entire premise of the draft, of course, is based on one clear tenet – teams shouldn’t be able to stockpile so much talent in their own systems that it keeps players who would otherwise be on the cusp of a big league opportunity blocked ad infinitum. Players who have been within an organization for a certain amount of time should either be given the chance to keep being promoted, or other clubs should be allowed to pluck them for their own systems, in essence keeping the competitive balance a…
Author: Red Reporter
Posted: November 19, 2020, 5:11 pm
In honor of Taco Wednesday, let’s remember some Cincinnati Reds of yore, shall we? Remember Brandon Finnegan? The talented former 1st round pick of the Kansas City Royals, he of the World Series appearance in the same year in which he pitched in the college event of the same name.
Author: Red Reporter
Posted: November 18, 2020, 6:11 pm
SP1 Gerrit Cole SP2 Trevor Bauer SP3 Luis Severino SP4 Domingo German SP5 Deivi Garcia Combined with the Yankees offense that should make us WS favorites in 2021. For those who are reluctant to sign Bauer because his relationship with Cole is troubled, to put it mildly, or you don’t like something Bauer tweeted, or you don’t like him personally, or whatever reasons you might have, I’m old enough to remember Reggie’s “straw that stirs the drink” interview that tore the Yankees clubhouse apart bef…
Author: Pinstripe Alley
Posted: November 18, 2020, 4:12 am
Trevor Bauer, Cincinnati Reds, MLB A former Bruin became the first UCLA alumnus to bring home the most prestigious hardware a Major League pitcher can win. Trevor Bauer, the first UCLA player to win USA Baseball’s Golden Spikes Award in 2011, won the National League Cy Young Award, which recognizes MLB’s best pitchers. Winning 27 first-place votes and three second-place votes, the former UCLA starting pitcher became the first Cincinnati Reds pitcher to ever win the Cy Young Award.
Author: Daily Bruin
Posted: November 16, 2020, 9:48 pm
When Bauer received, and declined, a Qualifying Offer from the Reds last week, that ensured that the Reds will receive a compensation draft pick in the 2021 MLB Draft as a result. That’s a guarantee should Bauer do roughly anything short of retire. The dilemma begins when you get into the finer details of the post-QO free agency rules, however, as there’s one particular clause that might well be keeping Nick Krall and the entire front office up at night.
Author: Red Reporter
Posted: November 16, 2020, 5:12 pm
SNY’s Chris Williamson and Anthony McCarron analyze free agent Trevor Bauer’s YouTube video in which he sings the praises of new Mets owner Steve Cohen. Despite a good marketing strategy for Bauer, it shows he has the Mets on his mind.
Author: SNY
Posted: November 16, 2020, 4:30 pm
Unfortunately in baseball, this doesn’t happen very often. I mean, when was the last time that you can think of that you have an owner on Twitter asking the fans, his customers, what they want? You got the owner of the Mets talking to fans on Twitter – that’s pretty cool.”
Author: NJ.com
Posted: November 16, 2020, 10:00 am
Teammates in 2018 and ’19, Bauer and Bieber have a friendly competition between themselves. Bauer likes to joke that Bieber was the only member of Cleveland’s rotation in 2018 that didn’t have more than 200 strikeouts. Bieber, however, was only in the rotation for half the season.
Author: Cincinnati.com
Posted: November 16, 2020, 12:15 am
I will be surprised if he gets more than 6 years C.) While he has been a good pitcher for a while now, He’s only got one other season over 3 WAR, (2018) I’m going with 6-7 years, with total value between 150-180 Makakilo: In the past Bauer has wanted 1-year contracts, although this time he said he would consider a longer contract. I predict he will sign either for 1 year, $35 Million (double 2020), or 2 years $49 Million (barely avoiding QO compensation).
Author: AZ Snake Pit
Posted: November 15, 2020, 11:21 pm
Hall of Fame catcher Johnny Bench auctioned off nearly $2 million worth of his personal memorabilia to fund his youngest children’s college educations, the Associated Press reported. The 72-year-old Bench, the 1970 National League Most Valuable Player who helped the Cincinnati Reds win the World Series in 1975-76, currently lives with three sons in Palm Beach Gardens, Fla. including 11-year-old Josh, 14-year-old Justin and 30-year-old Bobby.
Author: silive
Posted: November 15, 2020, 4:09 pm
LOUISVILLE, Ky. Personal memorabilia from the career of Hall of Fame catcher Johnny Bench was auctioned for just under $2 million. The sale that involved live and online bidding ended Saturday at the Louisville Slugger Museum and Factory in Kentucky, not far from where Bench was a 14-time All-Star for the Cincinnati Reds during his 17-year major league career.
Author: Chillicothe Gazette
Posted: November 15, 2020, 10:16 am
Personal memorabilia from the career of Hall of Fame catcher Johnny Bench was auctioned for just under $2 million. The sale that involved live and online bidding ended Saturday at the Louisville Slugger Museum and Factory in Kentucky, not far from where Bench was a 14-time All-Star for the Cincinnati Reds during his 17-year major league career. David Hunt, president of Hunt Auctions, said bidding easily exceeded pre-sale estimates.
Author: New York Post
Posted: November 15, 2020, 6:57 am
Personal memorabilia from the career of Hall of Fame catcher Johnny Bench was auctioned for just under $2 million. The sale that involved live and online bidding ended Saturday at the Louisville Slugger Museum and Factory in Kentucky, not far from where Bench was a 14-time All-Star for the Cincinnati Reds during his 17-year major league career. David Hunt, president of Hunt Auctions, said bidding easily exceeded pre-sale estimates.
Author: The Intelligencer / Wheeling News-Register
Posted: November 15, 2020, 6:48 am
Per Ben Tobin of the Louisville Courier-Journal, Hunt Auctions put up “more than 400 pieces of Bench’s collection” that were sold on Saturday. “At the Hall of Fame, only about 10-15% of their collection is on display,” Bench told Tim Sullivan of the Louisville Courier-Journal. It’s all great, but how many people get to go in the basement and do the white glove deal?
Author: Bleacher Report
Posted: November 15, 2020, 4:00 am
Fans of Cincinnati Reds legend Johnny Bench purchased a piece of the Hall of Fame baseball player’s legacy Saturday. And some were willing to pay a lot of money for it. Less than a month before his 73rd birthday, Bench decided to liquidate much of his memorabilia to fund the education of his two adolescent sons.
Author: Green Bay Press-Gazette
Posted: November 15, 2020, 2:44 am