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Michael Siani

Michael Siani

#38CF,
AVG
.167
HR
0
RBI
0
R
1
Bio
Height/Weight: 6' 1"/180 lbs
Bat: L
Throw: L
Born: Glenside, Pennsylvania
Draft: 2018 4th round by the
  • Red Reporter

    Nick Senzel starts at 3B as Reds play host to Mariners

    Nick Senzel returned to the Cincinnati Reds batting order last night mid-game, and tonight he'll get his first start of Cactus League action since returning from a debilitating toe injury. Tonight, he'll be starting at 3B, the position he originally played as an amateur before the Reds decided to pay $6+ million to draft him and move him off that familiarity. The plan is for him to get accustomed to playing all over the dang place, something he'll get a couple of weeks to re-learn in Arizona and eventually while on rehab with AAA Louisville. The skills are obviously there for him to be a potentially plus defender at 3B, 2B, and across the OF, and even if the bat never comes around the way we once hoped, the ability to do that and swipe some bags would be a plenty valuable enough utility guy.

  • WHIO

    ‘We got some great offerings;’ Reds fans will have new food options at home games this season

    Opening day for the 2023 Major League Baseball is approaching and Cincinnati Reds fans will have a lot of food options.

  • Clayton News

    2023 Preview: Cincinnati Reds

    Offseason headlines: Cincinnati was only one loss away from matching the franchise record for the most in a single season, so the hope is that the Reds can only go up from here. Outfielder Wil Myers could add some pop to the lineup after singing a one-year, $7.5 million deal. Another acquisition seeking redemption is utility man Nick Solak, who has yet to fully live up to the expectations of a second-round pick. Cincinnati also traded for 2B/SS Kevin Newman to help the offense.