Unfortunately for Cincinnati fans, the answer appears to be 'Not much' with the season's beginning less than a week away.
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The math simply isn't in Cincinnati's favor when you consider how the club finished last season.
Scooter Gennett grew up in Cincinnati. The Reds brought him home Tuesday after claiming him off waivers from Milwaukee.
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Aw, bummer, the Reds just claimed Scooter Gennett off waivers. One of the reasons I liked him as an NL-only end-gamer at the onset of spring training was that the Brewers were trying to make him a true utilityman, increasing his positional flexibility in fantasy. I'm not so sure it'll play out that way in Cincinnati.
As the 2013 Astros proved, tearing things down can lead to a faster turnaround on and off the field for losing teams. Should the Reds be following suit?
Success from some of its young players is all Cincinnati can hope for this season. The opposite is a nightmare scenario.
The Cincinnati Reds have released outfielder Ryan Raburn after he struggled in a bid to win a bench role.
The Cincinnati Reds had no pitching in their 68-win season of 2016. With few upgrades, Joe Peta has doubts about whether they can hit their modest win total number for 2017.
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One of the most impressive players at the World Baseball Classic has been former Reds and Mariners outfielder Wladimir Balentien, who is hitting .591 and has a tournament-best 10 RBIs in 6 games. Balentien has spent the last 6 seasons playing in Japan, where he set the single-season HR record with 60 for the Yakult Swallows in 2013.
Scott Feldman will take the hill for the Reds on Opening Day against the Phillies.
Sean Casey, a member of the Cincinnati Reds Hall of Fame, will serve as grand marshal of the Reds' Opening Day parade.
Cincinnati Reds pitcher Bronson Arroyo left Saturday's spring training game against Texas after being hit in the face by a thrown ball during a stolen base attempt.
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There's no contest here. Joey Votto is not only Cincinnati's best offensive player, but he's gotten the job done in high-leverage spots throughout his career.
An injury to Anthony DeSclafani leaves three open spots in the Reds' rotation, and there are no clear favorites.
Cincinnati Reds general manager Dick Williams said Monday that starter Anthony DeSclafani will be sidelined for a month because of a sprained right elbow.
Top Cincinnati Reds starter Anthony DeSclafani could miss the start of the season for a second straight year because of a sore pitching elbow.
Cincinnati Reds starter Anthony DeSclafani could make his spring training debut next Monday after missing a couple of weeks with a sore elbow.
Bronson Arroyo and Devin Mesoraco are reportedly nearing their Cactus League debuts after appearing in an intrasquad game.
The Cincinnati Reds claimed first baseman Christian Walker off waivers from the Atlanta Braves on Monday, bringing him to his third organization in two months.
What are the Reds' options if Mesoraco hits the DL again this season? Prospect Tyler Stephenson isn't ready to make an impact, so who would take over at catcher?
The Reds reportedly held a workout for injury-plagued right-hander Justin Masterson.
Buster Olney goes rapid-fire with Carlos Beltran on his return to Houston and more. Plus, Blue Jays GM Ross Atkins on Jose Bautista being back with the Jays, Jerry Crasnick on Joey Votto's role in Cincinnati and Ryan Divish on the revamped Mariners.
The Reds veteran has scared teammates and even fans in the past, but at 33, Joey Votto is learning how to embrace his softer side.
Cubs could use a speedster like Hamilton
The Cubs need a leadoff hitter with Dexter Fowler gone, and Billy Hamilton could fill that void. Albert Almora Jr., who could take over for Hamilton in center, would be a good place for Cincinnati's return package to start. Bowden: Trades I'd like to see (Insider)