Category: Cincinnati Reds

Mets Prefer Dealing Granderson over Bruce

As the trade deadline approaches, the Mets prefer trading Curtis Granderson over Jay Bruce to clear their outfield logjam, according to Ken Rosenthal of MLB Network. Rosenthal adds that New York will continue rotating Granderson and Bruce with Yoenis Cespedes and 2017 All-Star Michael Conforto until the deadline. However, if the Mets do not trade either

MadFriars Q&A: Josh Naylor

LAKE ELSINORE, Calif. — Canada’s top exports to the United States include automobiles, gold (thank you, Google) and apparently left-handed swinging first baseman with power.  Our neighbors to the north have produced two left-handed hitting first baseman in Joey Votto and Justin Morneau who have won MVP awards. Padres’ prospect Josh Naylor is looking to

Reds Place Cozart, Arroyo on DL

The Reds on Monday officially placed shortstop Zack Cozart and veteran right-hander Bronson Arroyo each on the 10-day disabled list. Cozart’s roster move came from strained right quadriceps, however, Arroyo’s move came one day after the 40-year-old himself said his career might be over. He gave up five runs on seven hits on Sunday in

Blue Jays Host Votto, Reds

On Sunday, the Toronto Blue Jays received some rather encouraging news following a 3-1 loss to the Texas Rangers earlier in the day as part of the club’s ten-game homestand under the dome at Rogers Centre.  Given the list of injuries that have hit the roster of late, fate seems to be the last thing