The Cincinnati Reds finally made the playoffs in 2020. However, they could potentially add a ticket to the NLCS in Francisco Lindor.
Trevor Bauer goes into free agency fresh off winning the NL Cy Young Award. He may have just opened the door to signing with the Houston Astros.
Ken Griffey Jr. was one of the best players to ever play in the MLB. He also went his career without taking steroids. Why did he stay clean?
After Joe Morgan’s Hall of Fame career in baseball, he moved up to the booth. One night Spike Lee unexpectedly showed up and Morgan gave him a piece of his mind.
Why did Cincinnati Reds Hall-of-Fame second baseman Joe Morgan always flap his back elbow while he was at the plate?
Joe Morgan was a legend for the Cincinnati Reds. He sadly died, though, on Oct. 11, 2020. So, what was Morgan’s net worth?
The Atlanta Braves and Cincinnati Reds just made MLB history with their extra-inning playoff game on Wednesday afternoon.
Trevor Bauer and the Cincinnati Reds have made a highly improbable run to the NL playoffs.
As the MLB season comes to a close, Joey Votto just sent a stern message to the entire league and called the Cincinnati Reds a “nightmare.”
Trevor Bauer has been one of the NL’s best pitchers for the Reds this year. He recently sent a strong message to the entire NL too.
The St. Louis Cardinals will have played just 58 games when the 2020 MLB season ends on Sunday. So how will that affect the NL playoff picture?
Trevor Bauer and Mike Clevinger used to pitch together on the Cleveland Indians. Bauer, however, just called out Clevinger on Twitter.
NBC and the NHL called out Mike Milbury after he became the latest announcer to say something regrettable on the air.
After racist remarks by former owner Marge Schott, Thom Brennaman’s recent comment is another black eye for the Cincinnati Reds.
Play-by-play announcer Thom Brennaman was caught by a hot mic using an anti-gay slur, and his lazy apology didn’t help the matter.
Cincinnati Reds outspoken pitcher Trevor Bauer continues to blast prominent player agent Scott Boras and his ego.
Joe Nuxhall debuted at age 15 with the Cincinnati Reds in 1944. Just how did someone so young take the mound in an MLB game? Here’s his story.
Cincinnati Reds pitcher Trevor Bauer is always pretty outspoken. He just recently sent a stern message to the MLB and the MLB Network.
Angels star Mike Trout is baseball’s best active player. But was Trout, who reached the majors at 19, the youngest player in MLB history?
Due to COVID-19, no fans have been in attendance at MLB games so far. However, Reds star Joey Votto has found a way around the protocol.
Kyler Murray had an electric rookie season for the Arizona Cardinals. However, he has made a life-changing decision similar to Adam Dunn’s.
National League ump John McSherry collapsed and died on opening day in CIncinnati on April 1, 1996.
Mets pitcher Jacob deGrom has won two straight NL Cy Young Awards. However, he could lose his crown to a pitcher that has barely been paid.
Cincinnati Reds Hall of Famer Cesar Geronimo, against astronomical odds, was the 3000th strikeout victim of two Hall of Fame pitchers.
Former Padres pitcher Eric Show famously allowed Pete Rose’s record-breaking hit in 1985. Show later died of a tragic drug overdose.
Ryan Freel became a fan favorite while playing for the Cincinnati Reds. He, however, sadly died shortly after his baseball career.
Former Cincinnati Reds owner Marge Schott’s huge net worth at the time of her death is overshadowed by her racist remarks.
Ken Griffey Jr. and his dad were both excellent in the MLB. Griffey Jr.’s son, Trey Griffey, has yet to find a lot of success in the NFL.
Ken Griffey Jr. and Sr. hitting back-to-back homers for the Seattle Mariners in 1990 is the coolest father-son moment in sports history.
The Cincinnati Reds have a chance to be really good in 2020. However, the MLB could screw them over yet again if there is no season.
Pete Rose is banned from baseball after betting on the game. However, has commissioner Rob Manfred disrespected the game more?
Ken Griffey Jr. was a legend for both the Seattle Mariners and Cincinnati Reds. Which team did he make more money on?
Former Cincinnati Reds owner Marge Schott’s racist slurs are haunting her even well after he death in 2004.
A look at how a fake scouting report aided in Ken Griffey Jr. being selected with the first overall selection in the 1987 MLB draft.
Many athletes and sports stars have spoke out against racism after George Floyd’s death. Now, Reds star Joey Votto admits his ignorance.
Trevor Bauer has been a pretty solid pitcher throughout his career, especially for the Cleveland Indians. Bauer, now with the Cincinnati Reds, has also been a big personality and is pretty transparent, which has given fans a lot of great insight. Bauer actually recently revealed in an interview a hitter that he fears the most. …
Reds pitcher Trevor Bauer is a pretty outspoken player in the MLB. In a recent interview, he gave his odds for there being a 2020 season.
Former Houston Astros outfielder Preston Tucker, now playing in the KBO, won a $30,000 car by hitting a home run. Here are the details.
Bob Watson won a World Series as general manager of the New York Yankees but is often remembered for a milestone moment in 1975.
If the latest allegations that Pete Rose used corked bats are true, it should erase any doubt the all-time hits king deserves permanent banishment from the Hall of Fame.
Albert Pujols has played on the Los Angeles Angels after finding success on the Cardinals. He almost signed with the Cincinnati Reds, though.
Scott Rolen had a great MLB career with the Phillies, Cardinals, Blue Jays, and Reds. He is still having success in baseball too.
The Cincinnati Reds have a chance to be really good in 2020. However, one huge $105 million mistake resulted in years of losing.
Everyone knows the “Malice at the Palace,” but what are some of the other wild fights that occurred in the middle of a game?
Johnny Bench was a two-time National League MVP whose defense set him apart from all other catchers.
Jackie Robinson is one of the most important players in baseball history. Where does he rank among the best second baseman ever?
April 13 was a day to remember for Pete Rose. The hit king and baseball legend recorded his first and 4000th hits on this day.
Pete Rose is one of the most polarizing figures in MLB history. Because of all his infamy, is his baseball card extremely valuable?
Months after Ted Williams retired, the Boston Red Sox found a new legend in Carl Yastrzemski. “Yaz” made his MLB debut today in 1961.
Ken Griffey Jr. found yet another way to honor his father on April 10, 2000. The first-year Reds outfielder and future Hall of Famer became the youngest player to join the 400-home run club 20 years ago. Griffey’s milestone home run occurred on his father, Ken Sr.’s, birthday. What happened on the day Ken Griffey …