On Friday, free agent Zack Cozart agreed to terms on a three-year contract with the Angels to be their new third baseman. The deal is worth a reported $38 million.
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The Reds have talked to a bunch of free-agent relievers this offseason and during the Winter Meetings this week. A source told MLB.com on Friday that one of those bullpen arms is right-hander Craig Stammen.
The Reds came to 2017 Winter Meetings willing to listen on trades and with the hope of advancing talks with free agents. On that front, general manager Dick Williams was able to do what he expected. However, no big deals were made.
During the Rule 5 Draft on Thursday, the Reds selected right-handed pitcher Brad Keller from the D-backs and quickly flipped him in a trade to the Royals for a player to be named later or cash considerations.
The Reds have players that interest other clubs seeking to make trades, and general manager Dick Williams is certainly listening, but there was no movement in getting a deal done on Wednesday at the Winter Meetings.
The Reds would have been willing to bend to a six-man starting rotation to accommodate Shohei Ohtani. That was because the club has some veterans coming off of injuries and a lot of young pitchers. Manager Bryan Price still faces that the same situation without Ohtani, but he isn't warm to the idea six-man rotation in 2018.
Who do the Reds have in the pipeline? Get scouting reports, video, stats, projected ETAs and more for Cincy's Top 30 Prospects on MLBPipeline.com's Prospect Watch.
Reds first baseman Joey Votto's excellent 2017 season on the field might not have earned him any postseason baseball awards, but it was recognized as very significant for his country.
Interest in Reds center fielder Billy Hamilton appears to have increased during the Winter Meetings on Tuesday. According to MLB Network insider Ken Rosenthal, the Giants have made the strongest pursuit to this point.
Reds manager Bryan Price met with the media on Wednesday at the Winter Meetings in Lake Buena Vista, Fla.
The Reds did not land Shohei Ohtani, or make the cut of seven finalists, before the Japanese two-way sensation decided to play for the Angels. But it wasn't for a lack of effort from Cincinnati, which made an all-out pursuit.
Votto beats out Crosby for Lou Marsh Trophy
For all his career accomplishments, the Cobra is not heading to Cooperstown.
New Era unveiled the new PROLIGHT 59FIFTY that players will be wearing this spring, a fitted cap featuring a new featherweight polyester material that is the lightest on-field fabric in MLB history.
When the Winter Meetings return to a familiar venue next week at Walt Disney World's Swan and Dolphin Hotel in Lake Buena Vista, Fla., it will be the same place where the Reds pulled off a coup of sorts. In 2006, Cincinnati landed a wayward former top prospect named Josh Hamilton in the Rule 5 Draft.
Whether or not the Reds make an actual trade or signing at the Winter Meetings next week won't be the standard to determine whether it was a successful five days. Like Cincinnati general managers before him, Dick Williams takes a longer view of the offseason.
There wasn't an exact "a-ha" moment when Reds starter Robert Stephenson realized he could succeed in the Major Leagues. But it definitely came around the time Stephenson stopped worrying and started pitching.
Birthday boy Bench once hit HR on Bench Night
Reds top prospect Nick Senzel isn't waiting until his first big league Spring Training to learn the new positions he's already been told he'll play.
Ex-Red Francisco flashes Winter League power
As a closer coming off a strong season, Raisel Iglesias could be the Reds' strongest trade asset. But that doesn't concern the right-hander.
Before he came to Redsfest for the first time on Friday, 18-year-old pitcher and 2017 second overall Draft pick Hunter Greene tried to get as much intel as possible about the event by reading up about it online.
For the first time in three years, the top spot on MLBPipeline.com's early Draft Top 50 list is not topped by a high school pitcher. It should come as no surprise that the top guy is still a pitcher, and one from the 2017 College World Series champion Florida Gators. Right-hander Brady Singer, who helped pitch them to that title as a sophomore, is the clear choice as the best overall talent in the 2018 Draft class.
The Reds normally don't make a lot of significant offseason transaction news before the holidays, and this year has been no different. But it's also been largely quiet around Major League Baseball also. That has Reds general manager Dick Williams a little surprised.
Joey Votto (MVP), Raisel Iglesias (Outstanding Pitcher award) and Eugenio Suarez (Good Guy award) were honored by the Reds on Friday at the team's annual Redsfest.
Former Reds left fielder Adam Dunn will always be remembered for his large size and big power. As of Wednesday, Dunn will also be forever known as a member of the Reds Hall of Fame.
Injuries cost Reds starting pitcher Anthony DeSclafani a large chunk of his 2016 season and all of '17. But far from the Major League mound, in instructional league games in Arizona, DeSclafani was able to finish up strong. He feels he will be ready for '18.
Remember when Dunn hit a HR into Kentucky?
The Reds will open Cactus League play on Feb. 23 at Goodyear Ballpark as the "road team" vs. Cleveland before starting their home schedule vs. the Rockies on Feb. 24. The Reds break camp March 25 and close spring with two exhibition games in Texas vs. the Rangers.
Will the Reds use young arms in the bullpen? Where does Nick Senzel fit into the mix? Mark Sheldon answers questions from fans in the latest Inbox.
During his extended second-half stint in his rookie season for the Reds, corner outfielder Jesse Winker demonstrated he belongs in a Major League lineup. Meanwhile, Cincinnati's established corner outfielders -- Adam Duvall and Scott Schebler -- don't really deserve to lose their spots to make way for Winker.
For the third time this month, the Reds added a reliever to compete for a spot in their bullpen in 2018. Left-hander Kyle Crockett was claimed off of waivers from the Indians on Monday.