St. Louis needs more pop despite adding Paul Goldschmidt, Chicago gets a new direction with David Ross and Milwaukee needs to bolster its rotation.
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Sorry, Detroit: Your team follows in the footsteps of other recent biggest losers. Where did every other club fall?
The Cincinnati Reds exercised the $5.5 million option for next season on infielder Freddy Galvis, who was claimed by the Reds off waivers from Toronto on Aug. 12.
After a stunning World Series title, Washington faces some uncertainty this offseason. Will the Nats be No. 1 again or will the Astros or Dodgers take their place?
Tim Kurkjian shares the behind-the-scenes stories of some of the wildest games, moments and characters in MLB postseason history.
On the field and in the stands, how players and others react to MLB's newly juiceless baseballs off the bat tells a story.
There might not be a more fascinating development this offseason than Cincinnati's move to bring the man behind Driveline Baseball to the sport's mainstream.
Turner Ward is out as the Reds' hitting coach after just one season on the job.
The Astros, Yankees and Dodgers clearly were up to the task all season, but which teams were pleasant surprises and which ones disappointed?
Aristides Aquino hit his 19th home run, Tyler Mahle pitched five shutout innings to pick up his first win since May and the Cincinnati Reds beat the Pirates 3-1 Sunday shortly after Pittsburgh fired manager Clint Hurdle.
Jose Iglesias doubled home the winning run in the 12th inning, relief pitcher R.J. Alaniz got his first career hit and victory, and the Cincinnati Reds outlasted the Pittsburgh Pirates 4-2 Saturday night.
Kevin Newman hit a two-run homer with two out in the ninth inning to give the Pittsburgh Pirates a 6-5 victory over the Cincinnati Reds on Friday night.
After a night in which two larger-than-life baseball figures said goodbye, Buster speaks to Karl Ravech (13:53) and Jon Sciambi (32:38) about an emotional night for Felix Hernandez and if his career resume is enough to get him in to the Hall of Fame. Plus, a new addition to baseball's unwritten rules, more stories from Bruce Bochy (28:41) and a heartfelt tribute to Reds broadcaster Marty Brennaman (52:30).
Now that the NBA and NHL seasons have concluded, which teams cracked the top 25? And are the Rays and the Brewers on their way out?
Orlando Arcia doubled with the bases loaded, and the Milwaukee Brewers shook off the fizz from their playoffs-clinching celebration to close on the NL Central lead Thursday, beating the Cincinnati Reds 5-3 for their seventh straight victory.
With fans applauding his every mention, Hall of Fame broadcaster Marty Brennaman is calling his final Reds game Thursday, ending a 46-year career.
They weren't household names on Opening Day, but surely you've heard of them by now. We decide which rising stars made the leap in 2019.
The Milwaukee Brewers clinched their second straight postseason appearance Wednesday night, with Ryan Braun's grand slam sparking a 9-2 victory over the Cincinnati Reds that also tightened the NL Central race.
Reds pitcher Sonny Gray had arthroscopic surgery on his right elbow Wednesday and is expected to recover in time for spring training.
Ryan Braun added to his record total of homers at Great American Ball Park, and the Milwaukee Brewers moved a step closer to a wild-card berth Tuesday night, beating the Cincinnati Reds 4-2 for their fifth win in a row.
Marty Brennaman, the Cincinnati Reds' voice since 1974, said that "Thursday will be the hardest day of my life" as he calls his final game.
This is it! Here's how to enjoy -- or sweat out -- the race to the finish line for the teams still in the running and players pursuing hardware.