3/5/2015 | Nearly one year later, Chapman showing no signs of trauma
Nearly one year after being hit in the head by a line drive that could have killed him, almost all signs of the trauma are gone from Reds closer Aroldis Chapman.
3/5/2015 | Cueto, Chapman show no rust in debut
Yan Gomes enjoyed a breakout season last year, working through his first full season as the Indians' starting catcher and earning a Silver Slugger Award for his showing at the plate. In a 9-3 Cactus League victory over the Reds on Thursday, Gomes picked up right where he left off.
3/5/2015 | Cingrani determined to win rotation job
Reds left-hander Tony Cingrani not only sounded determined in that he wanted a spot in the club's rotation, but also that he needed it, too.
3/5/2015 | Votto close to making Cactus League debut
Reds star Joey Votto, who missed 100 games last season because of a distal strain of his left quadriceps, was not in the lineup for the first three spring games vs. the Indians. However, manager Bryan Price said Thursday that Votto's will soon see game action.
3/4/2015 | Gregg aims to nail down spot in Reds' 'pen after 'strange' 2014
Veteran reliever Kevin Gregg is in Reds' camp on a Minor League deal, hoping to land a spot in the Cincinnati bullpen.
3/4/2015 | Cuban pitcher Iglesias 'erratic' in Reds debut
In his first-ever Spring Training game for the Reds, Raisel Iglesias wasn't entirely crisp and had far-from-perfect results during a 4-2 loss to the Indians. But Iglesias was also about two years removed since the last time he had anything resembling a pressure situation.
3/4/2015 | DeSclafani, Iglesias make first pitches for Reds rotation
The Indians and Reds had their rotation competitions on display on Wednesday afternoon, when the Indians picked up a 4-2 Cactus League victory in the second game in as many days between the clubs at Goodyear Ballpark.
3/4/2015 | Reds aim to be more aggressive, smarter on bases
Reds manager Bryan Price wants his runners to put more pressure on the defense by being aggressive and smarter on the bases.
3/3/2015 | Rotation hopeful Marquis makes strong first step
Jason Marquis pitched two scoreless innings and Devin Mesoraco kick-started a potent offensive performance as the Reds began Cactus League play with a win over the Indians on Wednesday.
3/3/2015 | Hall of Famer Perez to attend All-Star Game in Cincinnati
Reds Hall of Famer Tony Perez, who played in the 1970 All-Star Game at Riverfront Stadium and six others, will be on hand when the Midsummer Classic returns to Cincinnati this summer.
3/3/2015 | 5 things you probably don't know about new Reds reliever
There's a lot of you probably don't know about new Reds reliever Burke Badenhop. For instance, he grew up in Toledo, has an economics degree from Bowling Green and is one of the best at getting batters to ground into double plays.
3/3/2015 | Johnson, 1970 AL batting champion, dies
Alex Johnson, the 1970 American League batting champion, died Saturday at age 72, reportedly due to complications from cancer.
3/3/2015 | No target date set for Votto's Cactus League debut
To contend in the National League Central, the Reds will be counting heavily on contributions from a healthy Joey Votto during the regular season. But the club will not rush its first baseman into the starting lineup during Spring Training.
3/2/2015 | Votto making strides, but won't start in Cactus League opener
When the Reds open their exhibition schedule on Tuesday vs. the Indians, the only regular position player not in the starting lineup will be the one whose status is under the most scrutiny -- first baseman Joey Votto.
3/2/2015 | Negron looking to make strong push for utility role
Reds utility player Kristopher Negron doesn't hit many home runs, but he doesn't take the time to admire them when he does clear the fences.
3/2/2015 | Bailey able to get work in despite rain
Rain on Monday cut short much of the Reds' normal activity, but starting pitcher Homer Bailey was able to get his work done in the bullpen. It was Bailey's second time on the mound as he returns from surgery on the flexor mass tendon near his right elbow.
3/2/2015 | With games fast approaching, 3 areas for Reds to settle
Following about two weeks of drills, meetings, batting practice and bullpen sessions, the Reds' Spring Training moves to a much-anticipated and more tangible phase. Tuesday will mark the start of games, as the Reds will play the first of three straight vs. the Indians at Goodyear Ballpark.
3/1/2015 | Corcino impressed Reds, but has work to do
The Reds got a long look at right-handed pitching prospect Daniel Corcino when he was a September callup last season. Corcino made three starts and fared well, but he doesn't appear to be under consideration for one of the rotation spots up for grabs this spring.
3/1/2015 | Price not ready to reveal order of Reds' lineup
Even with Spring Training well underway and Cactus League games set to begin on Tuesday, Reds manager Bryan Price has been intentionally coy about the regular lineup he will write out in the regular season.
3/1/2015 | With Cozart at shortstop, Reds seek role for Suarez
Some thought the Reds brought Eugenio Suarez in to challenge Zack Cozart for the shortstop job. However, Reds manager Bryan Price put an end to any thoughts that Cozart needed to look over his shoulder for Suarez, and Price left Suarez's role for the 2015 Reds as an open-ended question.