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2/26/2015 | Winker faces Chapman in BP

Jesse Winker, the Reds' No. 2-ranked prospect by MLBPipeline.com, stepped in against closer Aroldis Chapman on Thursday.


2/26/2015 | Command, efficiency on display by young prospect Moscot

Right-hander Jon Moscot, in Reds camp for the first time, is gaining attention from manager Bryan Price and others because of his command and efficiency on the mound.


2/26/2015 | Frustration fuels Cozart's motivation for 2015

A lack of offensive production often killed the Reds last season, leaving many hitters with a lot to prove during the 2015 campaign. Coming off of the worst year of his career, shortstop Zack Cozart is one of them.


2/26/2015 | Marquis to start Reds' Cactus League opener

The competition for the open spots in the Reds' rotation will commence from the first pitch of Cactus League action, as veteran right-hander Jason Marquis will start the first game for Cincinnati on Tuesday vs. the Indians.


2/25/2015 | Reds' top pick Howard relishing first big league camp

Starting pitcher Nick Howard's first Spring Training as a professional has him located in the most preferred of spots -- big league camp. Howard, a non-roster invitee, was the Reds' first-round pick in the 2014 Draft.


2/25/2015 | Byrd embraces high expectations in first year with Reds

As the biggest acquisition made by the Reds in the offseason, which was to fill their biggest need in left field, Marlon Byrd is keenly aware that expectations for him are high.


2/25/2015 | Votto looking good early on at Reds camp

Just by going through a couple of workouts in the early days of Spring Training, Reds first baseman Joey Votto answered a key question about his health. Votto has participated without limitations and came away feeling fine.


2/25/2015 | Bailey nearly ready for mound work in recovery from surgery

Reds right-hander Homer Bailey, who had surgery Sept. 5 to repair a torn flexor mass tendon near his right elbow, came to camp slightly behind from where he would have been after a typical offseason.


2/24/2015 | Holmberg takes steps to move forward with Reds

Lefty pitcher David Holmberg's career with the Reds clearly got off on the wrong foot last season, beginning at Spring Training. With lessons learned, the mistakes Holmberg made aren't likely to be repeated this year. "There's always an opportunity to improve," Holmberg said.


2/24/2015 | Votto defends Reds' clubhouse leadership

Reds first baseman Joey Votto already has pushed back last week against personal criticism about his hitting approach. On Tuesday, Votto took to task those who say that his team has no leaders, especially since the departure of veteran Scott Rolen, who retired after the 2012 season.


2/24/2015 | Byrd: Reds camp has great energy, attitude

All 64 players in Reds camp took part in the club's first full-squad workout on Tuesday afternoon. Position players that reported on Monday underwent physicals on Tuesday morning, followed by a team meeting.


2/23/2015 | On eve of Reds' first workout, full squad reports

Monday marked the reporting date for the full squad at Reds Spring Training. Everybody was accounted for, including lefty reliever Jose Mijares, who was a late arrival on Sunday night after having trouble getting a flight out of Venezuela.


2/23/2015 | Badenhop looking to make difference with Reds

On his fifth club in five seasons, new Reds reliever Burke Badenhop is either very respected or quite underappreciated. Since 2011, Badenhop has pitched for the Marlins, Rays, Brewers and Red Sox -- one team for each season. Now, he lands in Cincinnati.


2/23/2015 | MLB, The Color Run team up again for 5K run

Major League Baseball and The Color Run are joining together for the second year in a row to host The Color Run MLB All-Star 5K presented by Nike on July 11 in downtown Cincinnati as part of the All-Star Week festivities.


2/23/2015 | Reds refute Latos' comments about club's medical staff

The Reds emphatically responded Monday to published comments from former starting pitcher Mat Latos, who criticized the team's medical staff and clubhouse culture.


2/22/2015 | Top prospect Stephenson cleared to throw

Reds top prospect Robert Stephenson worked off the mound Sunday for the first time after being held back at the start of camp.


2/22/2015 | Marquis confident in earning rotation spot on Reds

Even amid a large pool of candidates for the final two rotation spots, Marquis is one confident New Yorker and not worried at all about his chances of making the team.


2/22/2015 | Marshall questionable for Opening Day

Reds reliever Sean Marshall is now a question mark for Opening Day after not throwing for the past week and a half. After arriving to camp about two weeks early, his throwing program was shut down because of inflammation in the shoulder.


2/21/2015 | Mijares' arrival to Reds' camp delayed

Not everyone is present and accounted for among Reds pitchers and catchers at Spring Training. The lone missing player is reliever Jose Mijares, who is a non-roster invite after he signed a Minor League contract in the offseason.


2/21/2015 | Iglesias taking aim at spot in Reds' rotation

In part because he didn't pitch last season after defecting from Cuba and then waiting to get into the United States, Raisel Iglesias is a bit of an X-factor in how he fits into the Reds' plans.


2/21/2015 | 4 things to know about Reds righty Iglesias

Cuban pitcher Raisel Iglesias is in his first Spring Training in the United States and he is competing for one of two open rotation spots in the Reds' rotation. Here are four other things to know about Iglesias.


2/21/2015 | Votto addresses health, hitting approach after camp arrival

On Saturday, Joey Votto arrived to Reds camp and was asked about his health and progress from the distal strain of his left quadriceps that limited him to 62 games last season. But he also waded into the ongoing debate that continued this past offseason in Cincinnati over his hitting approach that values getting on base more, along with his selectivity with pitches out of the strike zone.


2/20/2015 | Reds being cautious with prospect Stephenson

All of the Reds pitchers and catchers passed the physicals that were taken on Thursday, but minor issues are occasionally presented. That's one reason why the club is going to limit No. 1 prospect Robert Stephenson from throwing off of a mound.


2/20/2015 | Price, Bailey discuss pace of game initiatives

Ongoing efforts to speed up the pace of play moved forward Friday with the announcement on new initiatives that will be enforced in 2015. Reds manager Bryan Price will be meeting with MLB executives Joe Torre and Joe Garagiola Jr. on Saturday to be briefed on the rule changes.


2/20/2015 | Leake glad he wasn't moved, focused on 2015

Mike Leake is glad the Reds didn't trade him in the offseason, and he's open to staying with Cincinnati long term if the club is interested.




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