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Introducing Jason Bourgeois

As the Reds prepare for Spring Training in Goodyear, the equally powerful forces of optimism and pessimism tug at the heartstrings of all of us in Redleg Nation. 618 more words

Jay Bruce

The pine

Much attention has been put on the Reds’ situation out there in left field this offseason, leading to the trade for Marlon Byrd. Some think Byrd isn’t a large enough improvement to make a difference in the 2015 Reds. 327 more words

Chris Heisey

Marlon Byrd, gravity and low bars

Marlon Byrd was a cheap acquisition. With the Phillies kicking in $4 million for 2015, Byrd’s cost to the Reds is just a cool $4 million. 1,145 more words

Joey Votto

The Case for Internal Option(s) in Left Field

This post was written by Warren Leeman, better known in the Nation as Shchi Cossack.

Unless the right opportunity evolves, I’m not in favor of trading any of the minor league prospects right now. 874 more words

Joey Votto

Trade target: Dexter Fowler

With the eventful winter meetings concluded, many players are on the move. The general consensus of the watchers, however, was that the offensive market moved really quickly and the pitching market is now starting to fall into line. 1,175 more words

Mat Latos

Report: Chris Heisey traded to the Dodgers

According to Jerry Crasnick, baseball writer at ESPN.com, Chris Heisey has been traded to the Los Angels Dodgers. John Heyman, baseball writer at CBS.com and MLB Network correspondent, reported later that the Reds will be receiving relief pitcher… 370 more words

Chris Heisey

No to Nori

When the Reds declined Ryan Ludwick’s 2015 option, they assured the club would be in the market for a new starting left-fielder.┬áReds general manager Walt Jocketty confirmed this weekend that Nori Aoki and Michael Morse are priority targets, indicating the club preferred to acquire a LF through free agency rather than by trade ( 668 more words

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