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The Reds did Ryan Hanigan and themselves a favor by trading the veteran catcher to the Rays in a three-team deal Tuesday.
Three home-grown stars - Ken Griffey, Jr., Dave Parker and Ron Oester - will join Jake Beckley in the Reds Hall of Fame.
Former Reds first baseman Sean Casey appears on the Baseball Hall of Fame ballot for the first time this year.
Baseball fans should expect to go through a metal detector to see their favorite team play in 2014.
Skip Schumaker has reportedly signed a 2-year deal with the Cincinnati Reds.
Dave Parker has hit towering home runs, won an MVP award and led his team to a World Series championship. But now, at 62 years old, the Cincinnati resident is taking on the greatest challenge of his life: Parkinson's disease.
A Cuban man's lawsuit in South Florida against Cincinnati Reds pitcher Aroldis Chapman has been delayed until next summer.
If the Reds were hoping to re-sign the free-agent outfielder for a bargain price, they better think again.
The Reds have reached agreement with catcher Brayan Pena on a two-year deal, giving them three catchers on the roster.
Reds right fielder Jay Bruce won his second straight National League Silver Slugger Award representing the best offensive player at each position.
The New York Yankees have inquired about the availability of Cincinnati Reds Gold Glove second baseman Brandon Phillips, according to CBS Sports.
Former Reds stars Dave Concepcion and Dave Parker are back on the Baseball Hall of Fame ballot this year.
The Reds made a $14.1 million qualifying offer to free agent Shin-Soo Choo but not to Bronson Arroyo or four other free agents Monday.
Winning a Gold Glove Award is nothing new for Reds second baseman Brandon Phillips - he's done it four times now.
"We’re all employees, we all have accountability to be good employees, and how do we hold ourselves accountable to those responsibilities?”
From what I’ve been able to ascertain, there are those in the Reds organization who are not unhappy Baker’s era has ended.
Bryan Price was introduced as the Cincinnati Reds new manager Tuesday, and with that comes questions about what's next.
Reds fans weighed in quickly after news broke that Bryan Price was to be the new manager of the Cincinnati Reds.
The Reds pick a familiar name as the next leader of the Cincinnati Reds.
Pitching coach Bryan Price has been named the next manager of the Cincinnati Reds