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2019 Schedule
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Reds' Gray to miss spring start with stiff elbow

Pitcher Sonny Gray, who signed a four-year, $38 million contract with the Reds last month, will miss his first spring start after experiencing stiffness in his right elbow.


BBTN: Desire For Harper, Ravech, Mendoza, Numbers Game

Buster talks to Karl Ravech about the emotion surrounding a potential Bryce Harper deal, potential issues for an NL Central contender and much more (6:59). Plus, Jessica Mendoza on Manny Machado and the Mets (31:39), and Sarah Langs' "Numbers Game" (44:31).

William Weinbaum ESPN 

Feb. 14 holiday trivia - MLB players since 1900 with last name "Valentine" (Baseball-Reference.com): Bobby (LAD/CAL/SD/NYM/SEA IF/OF 1969-79), Corky (CIN P 1954-55), Ellis (MON/NYM/CAL/TEX 1975-83 & ‘85) Fred (BAL/WAS/BAL OF 1959 & ‘63-68) & Joe (CIN P 2003-05). Ellis was the only A-S & Bobby the only Mgr.

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Alex Wood, Reds go to salary arbitration

Left-hander Alex Wood asked an arbitration panel for a $9.65 million salary on Tuesday and the Cincinnati Reds argued the newly acquired pitcher should be paid $8.7 million.

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Manfred to be grand marshal for Cincinnati parade

Major League Baseball commissioner Rob Manfred will serve as grand marshal for Cincinnati's annual opening day parade as he helps celebrate the 150th anniversary of the professional baseball-pioneering Red Stockings.

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Reds plan 2019 tribute to 1869 Red Stockings

The 2019 Cincinnati Reds will play games in 15 sets of throwback uniforms -- including navy blue and a "Palm Beach" style -- during a season-long celebration of the 1869 Red Stockings who pioneered professional baseball.

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Law's complete guide to NL Central prospects

The Reds boast top-tier talent and the Pirates have several prospects on the way, while the Cubs, Cardinals and Brewers are all reloading their systems.

William Weinbaum ESPN 

They were baseball integration pioneers with the same last name. Frank died Thu. at 83, a week after the centennial of Jackie Robinson's birth. JR's widow, Rachel, and daughter, Sharon, said in a statement: "Frank Robinson was a dear friend and realized one of Jack's great hopes, becoming baseball's first African American manager. He was remarkable and made us all feel proud for his many contributions to baseball and to society. Our hearts go out to Barbara, Nichelle and the family."

Team Stats

  • Batting
  • Pitching
Batting Average.25410th
On Base Percentage.3289th
Slugging Percentage.40120th
Earned Run Average4.6324th
Quality Starts6724th