Cincinnati Reds

Cincinnati Reds

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  • Batting Avg
    .212 AVG
  • Runs
    243 R
  • Earned Runs Avg
    3.84 ERA
  • WHIP
    1.22 WHIP
  • MLB Free Agents 2020: Latest Rumors, Predictions for Market's Top Stars
    Bleacher Report

    MLB Free Agents 2020: Latest Rumors, Predictions for Market's Top Stars

    The Betts contract seemingly points to the fact that general managers are still willing to shell out big money for elite players. The Philadelphia Inquirer's Scott Lauber reported as much as it relates to two-time All-Star catcher J.T. Realmuto: "Even in a pandemic, though, a player's value is determined by demand. Although the aging curve for catchers tends to be steep, Realmuto also sits atop the market, with outfielder George Springer and pitcher Trevor Bauer.

  • Shogo Akiyama's goal in Year 2 with the Cincinnati Reds: Become an everyday player
    Cincinnati.com

    Shogo Akiyama's goal in Year 2 with the Cincinnati Reds: Become an everyday player

    Shogo Akiyama was many things during his rookie season with the Cincinnati Reds, which followed a nine-year career in Japan. Akiyama was a Gold Glove-caliber defender in left field, the first time he’s regularly played that position in his career. He was named one of the three Gold Glove finalists, showing solid range while running efficient routes.

  • This World Series game 30 years ago marked the beginning of the end for the A's dynasty
    San Francisco Chronicle

    This World Series game 30 years ago marked the beginning of the end for the A's dynasty

    Entering the World Series, Oakland had won 306 regular season games in three years, and was on a 12-1 postseason run that included a sweep of the San Francisco Giants in the 1989 World Series. A win over the Reds would render their 1988 failure against the Los Angeles Dodgers as more of a footnote in their dynasty. The A’s outmatched the Reds in every way except one: Cincinnati had a deep, flame-throwing bullpen that wasn’t fully appreciated until the analytics era that Billy Beane helped usher ...