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11/25/2015 | Reds' All-Star community efforts in full swing

Sure, the All-Star Game in Cincinnati has long been over. But its impact on the community is still being felt many months later -- and should for years to come.

11/24/2015 | After steady 2015, DeSclafani shows promise

When the Reds traded starting pitcher Mat Latos to the Marlins for two prospects on the final day of the 2014 Winter Meetings, it was correctly viewed as a cost-saving move. Before the 2015 season was over, it was already clear that the Reds benefited most from the deal because of Anthony DeSclafani.

11/23/2015 | Report: Chapman draws interest from Dodgers

The Dodgers, looking to make an upgrade in their bullpen, have reportedly "checked in" on Reds closer Aroldis Chapman, according to's Jon Heyman.

11/23/2015 | 10 breakout prospects from 2015 Fall League

Every year, without fail, less-heralded prospects excel -- and sometimes outperform -- their more famous counterparts in the Arizona Fall League. Here are 10 prospects who left Arizona standing a bit taller than they did when they arrived.

11/22/2015 | Source: Hot target Bruce has limited no-trade clause

When the July 31 non-waiver Trade Deadline expired this past season, Reds right fielder Jay Bruce let out a big sigh of relief while sitting at his locker in the clubhouse at Great American Ball Park. One thing that is certain this winter for Bruce is he will get to live that feeling of uncertainty all over again.

11/20/2015 | Reds sign reliever Wood to 1-year deal

The Reds announced the signing of right-handed reliever Blake Wood to a one-year Major League contract on Friday. Wood, 30, spent the 2015 season with the Pirates' organization and pitched for Triple-A Indianapolis.

11/20/2015 | Complete list of 2015 Esurance MLB Award winners

Baseball's annual award seasons was memorable, filled with Gold Gloves, Silver Sluggers and Cy Youngs. And on Friday we got the grand finale, with the presentation of the Esurance MLB Awards.

11/19/2015 | Reds add three pitching prospects to roster

A Reds pitching prospect was among three additions made Thursday to the club's 40-man roster to protect the players from being exposed to next month's Rule 5 Draft. Robert Stephenson, the organization's No. 2 prospect, along with fellow right-handed pitchers Sal Romano (No. 17) and Stephen Johnson joined the big league roster for the first time.

11/19/2015 | Votto finishes third in NL MVP balloting

Reds first baseman Joey Votto finished third in the Baseball Writers' Association of America National League Most Valuable Player Award race Thursday. Nationals outfielder Bryce Harper took home the award, while D-backs first baseman Paul Goldschmidt came in second.

11/19/2015 | Expanded safety nets, in-market streaming coming in '16

DALLAS -- Increased safety netting is likely to be in place by the opening of the 2016 season and a new three-year agreement with FOX will allow fans to watch live in-market streaming on any mobile device, Commissioner Rob Manfred announced as the quarterly Owners Meetings wrapped up on Thursday.

11/19/2015 | Reds hope to 'get moving' in Chapman talks

Two teams that needed closers going into the offseason are no longer potential trade matches with the Reds for their closer, Aroldis Chapman. The Reds are still keeping an eye on the market and listening for offers.

11/18/2015 | Arroyo-Reds reunion a possibility

One of the more popular Reds in recent years, pitcher Bronson Arroyo, reports that his arm is feeling better and he's hoping for a possible return to his former team.

11/18/2015 | Strong season gives Votto case for NL MVP Award

Although it probably was not enough to stop the freight train of support for Nationals right fielder Bryce Harper, the way Reds first baseman Joey Votto finished the 2015 season still made everyone take notice. How could they not?

11/17/2015 | Reds announce '16 Spring Training schedule

An eagerly anticipated time on the baseball calendar now has a date for fans to circle. The Reds announced on Tuesday that pitchers and catchers will report to Spring Training on Feb. 18.

11/17/2015 | 5 teams that could trade for Aroldis

If the Reds wanted to add a touch of theatrics to this thing, they'd set up shop in the lobby of the Winter Meetings next month and ask teams hoping to trade for closer Aroldis Chapman to take a number.

11/17/2015 | Baumann named Reds' new head athletic trainer

The Reds promoted Steve Baumann from assistant trainer to head athletic trainer on Tuesday.

11/16/2015 | Injured Reds making steady progress

The Reds had eight players finish the 2015 season recovering from surgeries that prematurely ended their years on the field. The reports on some of those players are optimistic, and the club believes they will be back to 100 percent when Spring Training arrives.

11/14/2015 | Flame-throwing Chapman next on Hot Stove?

A big-time, power-armed closer was traded to begin the weekend on Friday night, but it wasn't Aroldis Chapman departing from the Reds. Instead, it was Craig Kimbrel, who went from the Padres to Red Sox in exchange for four top prospects.

11/13/2015 | Reds' Blandino rakes in Fall League win

Alex Blandino, the No. 7 prospect in Cincinnati's organization, rapped three hits and notched three RBIs in Peoria's 6-3 victory over Glendale on Friday. Blandino had a two-run triple and an RBI single in the victory, and he raised his average in the Fall League to .204.

11/13/2015 | Young Reds pitchers familiar with Riggins

Heading into next season, the Reds have a pitching staff full of young pitchers and question marks about who might fill the various roles. Their new pitching coach, Mark Riggins, has a big advantage in one respect.

11/13/2015 | Reds share news of longtime scout Barton's passing

Longtime Reds scout and cross checker Jeff Barton died on Thursday after a battle with cancer at the age of 50, the club announced on Friday.

11/12/2015 | No sitting back in ultra-competitive NL Central

With their first-place finish in the National League Central this past season, the Cardinals became the division's first team to capture three consecutive titles since doing so from 2004-06. But the division landscape is quite different now than it was then.

11/11/2015 | Jocketty: Reds are 'listening on everybody'

The Reds are in rebuild mode and listening to offers on their players, reportedly including second baseman Brandon Phillips.

11/11/2015 | Scouting profile: Nick Travieso

In the first round of the 2012 Draft, the Cincinnati Reds selected Nick Travieso out of Archbishop McCarthy High School in Southwest Ranches, Fla.

11/10/2015 | Reds listening as Hot Stove interest warms up

Reds president of baseball operations Walt Jocketty and general manager Dick Williams have spent most of their time at the General Managers Meetings exploring their options and listening.

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