Tag Archives: Cincinnati Reds

Weekly Hit Ground Ball: O’s add 2

Baltimore Orioles fans had sat through the majority of the offseason waiting for their team to do something to give them hope for the season ahead

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Weekly Hit Ground Ball: Jeter to retire

The announcement on Wednesday that this will be Derek Jeter’s final season was a major news story

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Offseason so far: NL Central

Next up in our offseason round-up, we move onto the home of the National League champions

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Weekly Hit Ground Ball: Playoffs in Pittsburgh

Playoff baseball returns to Pittsburgh

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Weekly Hit Ground Ball: the Chapman conundrum

To start or not to start, that was the question being pondered by Aroldis Chapman and the Cincinnati Reds

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Weekly Hit Ground Ball: Hope in Spring

6 players who enter MLB Spring Training with 2012 a vivid memory

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Pitching priceless when healthy

The Cincinnati Reds thought they had greatly reduced their risk by picking up Ryan Madson on a short-term deal this offseason and they were right. What they hadn’t, and couldn’t have, done was to eliminate the risk of him getting injured

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Cuban Céspedes a Cactus League curiosity

Saturday will be an exciting day for Oakland A’s fans. Their team’s new Cuban outfielder Yoenis Cespedes is set to make his Spring Training debut against the Cincinnati Reds at 20.05 GMT

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2011 MLB Preview: National League Central

For the first time since they topped the National League Central in 1995, the Cincinnati Reds enter a season looking to defend their division. And their rivals are determined to make it a difficult year

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A busy early January in MLB

It has been a busy start to 2011 as the early days of January have produced a number of notable bits of transaction news in MLB

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