The Reds sent right-hander Michael Mariot outright to Triple-A Louisville, according to his transaction log at MLB.com. That suggests he went unclaimed on waivers after being designated for assignment over the weekend.
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Arkansas Razorbacks pitcher Cody Adcock was selected by the Cincinnati Reds in the 2023 MLB Draft. The 2023 Major League Baseball Draft will begin during All-Star week, with the first two rounds getting underway at 7 p.m.
The Reds announced that both outfielder Henry Ramos and right-hander Ricky Karcher cleared waivers and were outrighted to Triple-A Louisville. Both players had been designated for assignment in the past week.
After a one-year stop at Arkansas, Hunter Hollan is off to the pros and now has officially learned his new MLB home. With the fourth pick of the third round, the Cincinnati Reds selected Hollan into their organization.
The Reds selected another highly touted college pitcher in Competitive Balance Round A. If you thought the excitement of the MLB draft was over after the Reds selected Rhett Lowder, you were sorely mistaken.
Fresh off a national championship at the College World Series, LSU is now enjoying success at the 2023 MLB Draft. A few Tigers have already been selected but another pitcher from Baton Rouge is now off the board.
Milwaukee Brewers will face the Cincinnati Reds in the third meeting of their three-game series at the American Family Field. The first pitch is scheduled for today, July 9, at 2:10 PM ET, and here, you can find out how to watch this 2023 MLB matchup for free in the US.
Cincinnati Reds rookie Elly De La Cruz is turning heads all around baseball. With great power, a great throwing arm and electrifying speed, De La Cruz is the kind of player that can bring great attention to a sport that always needs it.
The Reds aim to take a series in Milwaukee over the Beers. Joey Votto has gone 4 for 8 with a pair of homers, pair of doubles, 6 ribbies, and - most importantly to some - failed to coax even a single walk in this series against the Milwaukee Brewers.
I’m sure there’s something Elly can’t do, but I sure haven’t seen it yet. Elly De La Cruz singled to give the Cincinnati Reds a lead in a game they trailed in early (and often), and promptly stole 2B, 3B, and home - yes, home - to give the Reds a 7-5 lead they’d hold onto with a vice grip.
Joey Votto drove in three runs, and Elly De La Cruz stole home to lead the visiting Cincinnati Reds to a key 8-5 win over the host Milwaukee Brewers. This was a back-and-forth affair, with both offenses dealing big blows.
You won’t see many steals of home in an MLB season. You’ll pretty much never see it after the baserunner already swiped two bags during the at bat, especially since there was no actual fielding error involved.
Andrew Abbott dominated the Milwaukee Brewers last month in his major league debut for the Cincinnati Reds. He hasn't cooled off since. On Friday night, Abbott will look to help the Reds post a sixth straight win and pad their National League Central lead over the second-place Brewers in Milwaukee.
Cincinnati Reds rookie Elly De La Cruz has been so good since his call-up to the majors that he has already emerged as the leading favorite for the National League Rookie of the Year award. With his current play, he could force his way into discussion for another NL award.
Ten weeks ago, 24-year-old lefty Andrew Abbott was down in Chattanooga, Tennessee. The Double-A affiliate for the Cincinnati Reds, seen Abbott make just three starts with the team before getting called up.
Just when Cincinnati Reds fans thought that they couldn’t love Elly De La Cruz more, he is banking even more goodwill. The Reds phenom revealed this week that he received an invite to participate in this year’s Home Run Derby … but turned it down.
One of the biggest surprises of the season, the Cincinnati Reds are currently leading the National League Central division with a record of 43-38. Here are a few players trending up and down so far in 2023.