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All that remains in the final week of camp for Garrett is to learn whether he has earned a spot in the rotation or bullpen. Cincinnati has three spots open in the rotation and a couple of spots available for relievers.
Ronald Acuna, the Braves' top prospect, extended his Spring Training hitting streak to four games and upped his average to .432 as he went 3-for-5 with an RBI and two runs scored in the Braves 6-3 win over the Astros on Sunday.
Skipper Bryan Price can go a number of different ways as the Reds trim their roster in preparation of Opening Day.
Injuries to Anthony DeSclafani and Brandon Finnegan have created extra openings in the rotation. On Saturday, left-hander Cody Reed was given a prime opportunity to showcase himself. After he pitched four innings in a 5-4 Reds win over the Giants, Reed was not shy about showing his desire to start.
The Reds reduced their roster to 45 on Saturday as they near the end of camp. Catcher Stuart Turner, left-hander Kyle Crockett and right-hander Jimmy Herget have each been optioned to Triple-A Louisville.
Even after he lost in arbitration to the Reds last month, third baseman Eugenio Suarez pledged his commitment and happiness to be with the club, and he noted that the two sides were still talking about an extension.
Who do the Reds have in the pipeline? Get scouting reports, video, stats, projected ETAs and more for Cincy's Top 30 Prospects on MLB Pipeline's Prospect Watch.
Reds right-hander Tanner Rainey was among top prospect performers in Spring Training on Saturday.
The signing of third baseman Eugenio Suarez to a seven-year, $66 million contract extension on Friday almost puts to rest the question about the future of the position with Nick Senzel's arrival on the not-too-distant horizon.
Reds' Eugenio Suarez, a native shortstop, has solidified himself at the hot corner, where he started Thursday and drove in a run in a 10-6 win against the Indians at Goodyear Ballpark.
From baseball's brightest stars to the next great fantasy steal lurking on the Reds' depth chart, everything you need to know is one click away.
The truth, which often tends to be quite a bit more boring than the theories, is that the kind of fresh evaluative perspective an accomplished baseball person like John Farrell can bring to a rebuilding organization like the Reds is a benefit to all involved.
Reds catcher Tucker Barnhart is a prime example of a good defensive player getting his due thanks to improved defensive metrics.
The Reds' murky rotation picture was not clarified by right-hander Robert Stephenson's two-inning, four-run (three earned) performance Wednesday.
Wednesday brought an opportunity to celebrate the late Kevin Towers, with the D-backs -- for whom Towers served as GM from 2010 to 2014 -- and the Reds, for whom he was a special assistant from 2014 until his passing, hosting an industry gathering at Salt River Fields.
#OpeningDayIsBack on March 29 -- tell your friends
Reds outfielder Jesse Winker was among top prospect performers in Spring Training on Wednesday.
Reds infielder Dilson Herrera cleared waivers and was sent outright to Triple-A Louisville, the team announced on Tuesday. Herrera will remain in Cincinnati's Major League camp for now as a non-roster invitee.
With Tuesday being the first of two off-days for the Reds at Spring Training, this seems like as good of a time as any to revisit MLB.com's 25-man Opening Day roster predictions from the start of camp.
Were there some thought that the Reds were "due" to get through a Spring Training camp unscathed on the starting-pitching injury front, well, a hard lesson to the contrary has arrived this week.
Votto's foul-ball antics continue
Right-hander Michael Lorenzen, who appeared to be ticketed for the bullpen when the spring season began, had a strong -- and, perhaps, timely -- three-inning outing in relief that did not hurt his case to make the rotation.
Votto never stops working on swing
Reds right-hander Sal Romano is making a strong case in the battle for the fifth spot in the club's rotation. In a 5-2 loss to the Mariners on Saturday, Romano delivered his finest start of the spring.
Saturday night's matchup against the Mariners marked the sixth Cactus League game, and third start, at shortstop for Nick Senzel, ranked as the Reds' No. 1 prospect by MLB Pipeline.
We have less than three weeks remaining before the Reds open the season vs. the Nationals on March 29. That means there is no better time than now to have the first Reds Inbox of Spring Training.
As the Reds prepare to employ a rotating four-man outfield that gives everyone playing time, right fielder Scott Schebler will be the only one from that group that gets to play center besides Billy Hamilton.
Following two poor outings, Robert Stephenson likely needed a good one to have an optimistic chance to remain in the battle for a Reds rotation spot. Stephenson came through during Cincinnati's 3-2 walk-off loss to the Rockies on Thursday at Salt River Fields at Talking Stick.
Reds reliever Jimmy Herget doesn't look like the kind of pitcher that can heave mid-90s mph fastballs at hitters. But not only can he do just that, he can keep hitters guessing about how the ball will get to them so quickly.
Willy Adames leads Wednesday's top prospect performers after hitting a solo homer, that brings his Spring Training average to .412.
Postseason success runs in Benzinger family
Other than a simulated game on Thursday against teammates, Reds pitcher Brandon Finnegan hadn't toed the rubber in a competitive game since re-injuring a muscle near his left shoulder last June. That made a two-inning Spring Training start vs. the Indians on Tuesday less mundane and more exciting for Finnegan.
Winker's monster shot sails out of the Reds' complex
In the most recent episode of the Statcast™ Podcast, hosts Mike Petriello and Matt Meyers discuss the Paul DeJong contract extension, wonder why a useful player like Neil Walker hasn't yet found a home, investigate the data behind an interesting Billy Hamilton theoretical and discuss the new Statcast™ metrics to be unveiled at the upcoming SABR Analytics conference.
Reds outfielder Billy Hamilton made an excellent diving catch to rob Angels DH Shohei Ohtani of an extra-base hit.
On Monday, Reds starter Sal Romano twice faced future Hall-of-Famer Albert Pujols. The baseball fan inside Romano couldn't help noting the special moment.