The 2014 regular season kicked off on Saturday with the Dodgers and Diamondbacks in Australia. Here's a recap of the day's baseball 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.
Reds owner Bob Castellini is not happy with the way the media covered his team's quiet offseason and said it affected their season ticket sales.
The Reds lineup should be very productive for owners again in 2014, and the rotation could be elite as well. Our Nando Di Fino looks at Cincinnati's Fantasy assets.
A minor trade headlined Tuesday's offseason action as the hot stove prepares to cool down during the Thanksgiving holiday.
With players like David Aardsma and Brad Ziegler upset about Jhonny Peralta's contract (and they aren't alone), it looks like harsher PED penalties might be coming for the next CBA.
Another day, another batch of scuttle and signings. Let's run down all you need to know for Monday.
The Reds have improved their outfield depth by signing a former member of the rival Cardinals.
Just like with the first 26 teams eliminated in the 2013 season, let us eulogize the 2013 Los Angeles Dodgers, as they've lost the NLCS to the Cardinals.
The Cardinals topped the Dodgers by a score of 4-2 in Game 4, and now L.A. is on the cusp of elimination.

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