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On Wednesday in Milwaukee, the Reds turned a putout that was impressive on both ends.
Reds second baseman Brandon Phillips was forced from the lineup Sunday due to a bruised heel.
Reds first baseman Joey Votto didn't make the trip to Philadelphia and got an MRI on his balky left knee. The MRI actually revealed good news.
The Reds won 90 games but were knocked out in the NL Wild-Card game in 2013. What does 2014 have in store? Let's preview.
A pair of signings involving players with the same name headline a busy Wednesday. Busy in terms of minor moves, I mean.
The Tigers have fallen to the Red Sox in the ALCS, and now it's time to bid them farewell.
Two of baseball's best offenses and starting rotations will meet in the ALCS. Which club has the upper hand?
Bad news for the Tigers, as second baseman Omar Infante's injured ankle isn't getting any better.
In 2012, the Tigers claimed the AL Central title and won the pennant. However, their greater goals went unmet, as the Giants swept them in the World Series. So what will the upcoming season bring for Jim Leyland's troops?
Phillies right-hander Roy Halladay got hit around by the Tigers on Tuesday, and his velocity was down as well.

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