The Reds sent down seven players on Wednesday as they continue to move closer toward finalizing their 25-man roster for Opening Day.
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Another day, another Reds starter doing all he can to earn one of three open spots in the Opening Day rotation.
Reds starter Cody Reed pitched 5 2/3 shutout innings and Ryan Raburn homered, but the Angels rallied with five unearned runs in the seventh inning to win Tuesday afternoon's Cactus League matchup, 9-1, at Goodyear Ballpark.
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The Reds did not have an update Tuesday on reliever Raisel Iglesias, who was scratched from a Minor League game on Saturday because of a stiff right elbow. Iglesias is also dealing with an unspecified back issue, according to manager Bryan Price.
On a day when the Reds announced Scott Feldman as their Opening Day starter, Rookie Davis did his best to make a case for one of the remaining rotation spots.
Devin Mesoraco continues to progress in his return from hip and shoulder surgeries, but there's no guarantee the catcher will be ready for Opening Day.
Scott Feldman will start for the Reds on Opening Day, April 3 against the Phillies at Great American Ball Park, manager Bryan Price announced on Monday.
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Right-hander Tim Adleman, in the battle for a Reds rotation spot, hit a go-ahead two-run double in the eighth inning as the Reds rallied for a 10-6 victory over the Royals on Monday.
Reds right-hander Sal Romano wasn't considered a frontrunner for a big league rotation spot entering camp. But Romano had no intention of giving the club's decision makers an easy job.
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Scott Schebler sparked a late-inning power surge for the Reds, as they slugged their way to a 9-4 victory over the Padres on Sunday at the Peoria Sports Complex.
One day after he struck in the face by a throw from his catcher Devin Mesoraco, Reds right-hander Bronson Arroyo was set to resume his normal schedule. Arroyo is already scheduled to start again on Thursday vs. the White Sox.
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Barrett Astin might not have been on the Reds' radar in terms of winning a bullpen job at the start of Spring Training. But he's pitched well and is now in the mix for a bullpen job.
Joey Gallo hit a two-run home run and Yu Darvish allowed one earned run in 4 2/3 innings with six strikeouts as the Rangers topped the Reds. Bronson Arroyo left after 1 2/3 innings after being struck in the head on a throw by catcher Devin Mesoraco.
Reds manager Bryan Price said that experience will weigh heavily as the team goes about assembling its bench for the upcoming season, meaning a player like Ryan Raburn might have a good chance to stick.
"The Mayor" will be the grand marshal of the annual Opening Day Parade in Cincinnati, but it is not the city's actual mayor, John Cranley.
For someone trying to make the Reds' roster in a utility role as a non-roster player, Tony Renda has to show he can handle himself at each position.
Indians ace Corey Kluber continued his march toward Opening Day with five solid innings, but the Reds poured on the runs late to claim a 7-3 Cactus League win on Friday night at Goodyear Ballpark.
The Reds enjoyed their second and final off-day of Spring Training on Thursday, less than two weeks away from breaking camp. But even after 16 cuts were made on Wednesday, there are still many open questions as the battle for 25-man roster spots continues.
Starting pitcher Anthony DeSclafani returned to Reds camp after a trip to Cincinnati sans a large black metal brace and the anguish that is usually associated with a major elbow surgery.
Looking to keep his name in the ring for a Reds bullpen spot, non-roster reliever Louis Coleman had a successful spring debut vs. the Dodgers on Tuesday with one scoreless inning.
A two-out error in the bottom of the eighth opened the door for the Reds to keep a rally alive for an 8-7 comeback victory over the Padres on Wednesday at Goodyear Ballpark.
The Reds made their first significant wave of Spring Training roster cuts on Wednesday by trimming 16 players and sending them to their Minor League camp.
Reds center fielder Billy Hamilton often took advice from teammate and elite hitter Joey Votto last season. Hamilton also learned by example from watching Votto, especially when both were struggling during the first couple of months.
There is uncertainty over who will fill the final three spots of the Reds' rotation once camp breaks, and no shortage of candidates in contention. But the pool of possibilities decreased by one. Lisalverto Bonilla is no longer in the mix as a starter.
Prospects Sal Romano, Rookie Davis and Luis Castillo are in contention for a roster spot now that Anthony DeSclafani is expected to begin the season on the disabled list with an elbow issue.
Following a successful debut Sunday in a 4-2 victory over the Brewers, Reds catcher Devin Mesoraco could spend a couple of days playing in Minor League scrimmages before his next Cactus League game. With three weeks to go before Opening Day on April 3, manager Bryan Price felt Mesoraco had enough to be ready for the 25-man roster.