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Suarez agrees to 7-year, $66M deal with Reds

Third baseman Eugenio Suarez and the Cincinnati Reds have agreed to a $66 million, seven-year contract, a deal that includes a team option for 2025 that, if exercised, would make the deal worth $79 million over eight years.

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Reds' DeSclafani has another strained oblique

Anthony DeSclafani suffered a strained left oblique in his start Friday against the Rangers, marking the third year in a row that the Reds right-hander has been hurt during spring training.

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Reds' Lorenzen inconsistent in rotation bid

Starter-turned-reliever Michael Lorenzen is one of four pitchers vying for a spot in the Reds' starting rotation this spring. He has worked on his delivery in an attempt to become more consistent after struggling in his second start.

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Revere wondered if he'd get deal when Reds called

Outfielder Ben Revere was getting nervous as he worked out on his own, hoping some team would offer a deal. The Cincinnati Reds finally brought him aboard with a chance to win a spot as a backup.


Reds get minor leaguer from Texas

The Texas Rangers have traded minor league right-hander Miguel Medrano to the Cincinnati Reds for money to sign international free agents.

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Reds add Pennington in minor move

The Cincinnati Reds voided the minor league contract of right-handed reliever Jeff Manship on Thursday after he failed to pass a physical, and they agreed to a minor league deal with former Los Angeles Angels infielder Cliff Pennington.

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38dJeff Sullivan

MLB's best up-and-coming players for 2018

Andrew Benintendi is among a group of young players who made good first impressions in 2017 but have a chance to raise their games and become stars this season.

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3B Suarez has arbitration hearing with Reds

Reds infielder Eugenio Suarez went to arbitration, asking a panel for a raise from $595,000 to $4.2 million rather than the Reds' offer of $3.75 million.

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45dSam Miller

The bunt base hit is dead. (Long live the bunt base hit!)

Home runs are at a historic high, and bunt hits are way down. The former is responsible for the latter, right? Perhaps. Or maybe something else has changed that means bunt hits aren't just out of fashion again -- they're going extinct.

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Team Stats

  • Pitching
  • Batting
Earned Run Average6.1428th
Quality Starts0Tied-3rd
Batting Average.26219th
On Base Percentage.33218th
Slugging Percentage.42721st