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The Cincinnati Reds Are Ready to Play Ball

Finally, MLB has announced that they’re going to attempt a 60-game season, and there are plenty of reasons to be excited about the Cincinnati Reds.

Nick Senzel Has Been Proving the Doubters Wrong His Entire Baseball Career

People are doubting Nick Senzel once again. That’s a place where he’s always thrived, and he has a long history of proving doubters wrong.

Hope Can’t Be the Reds’ Only Strategy This Offseason

Here’s a rock solid four-point plan to end the rebuild and take the Reds to the playoffs in 2020.

Wait ’Til Next Year, Reds!

The 2019 season saw star players emerge and fade, a maturing 1-2 rotation punch, a Babe Ruth impersonation, and more losing baseball.

The Decline and Stall of Joey Votto

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.

Eugenio Suarez Just Keeps Getting Better

It’s becoming more and more indisputable that the young third baseman is one of the best ever to wear a Cincinnati Reds uniform.

And This One Belongs to the Reds’ Fans

As Marty Brennaman’s broadcast career winds down, we remember his Reds calls as the soundtrack of Cincinnati summers.

It’s Always Sonny in Cincinnati

Sonny Gray’s return to All-Star form has been a huge win for the Reds’ front office and fans.

Welcome to the Aristides Aquino Show

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.

The Reds Might Just Sneak On In

A series win this weekend over the Cubs puts the Reds in playoff contention.