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Team W-L L10 STRK
MIL 96-67 9-1 W8
CHC 95-68 6-4 L1
STL 88-74 4-6 L1
PIT 82-79 5-5 W1
CIN 67-95 2-8 L1

Top Reds News

  • Reds' Dilson Herrera: Outrighted to Triple-A

    Herrera was sent outright to Triple-A Louisville on Friday, Bobby Nightengale of The Cincinnati Enquirer reports.

    Herrera will stick with the Reds after passing through waivers unclaimed. The 24-year-old struggled to make an impact at the major-league level in 2018, hitting just .184/.268/.414 with five homers across 53 games. Mason Williams was also cast off the team's 40-man roster in order to free up space for younger prospects who need to be protected from the Rule 5 draft.

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  • Reds' Mason Williams: Outrighted from 40-man roster

    Williams was outrighted to Triple-A Louisville on Friday.

    Dilson Herrera was also outrighted to Louisville, which will allow the Reds to protect two younger prospects from the Rule 5 draft by adding them to the 40-man roster. Williams played in 51 games for Cincinnati this past year, hitting .293/.331/.398 with two home runs and six RBI in 132 plate appearances.

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  • Reds' Matt Bowman: Claimed by Reds

    Bowman (finger) was claimed off waivers by the Reds on Friday, Bobby Nightengale of The Cincinnati Enquirer reports.

    Bowman dealt with finger issues throughout the 2018 campaign, appearing in just 23 innings for the Cardinals and struggling to a 6.26 ERA and 1.74 WHIP when healthy. He ultimately underwent surgery in September to address a finger circulation issue, though he's expected to be fully healthy come spring training. Look for Bowman to compete for a spot in the Reds' Opening Day bullpen, assuming he stays put for the remainder of the offseason.

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  • Reds' Shed Long: Named to Fall Stars roster

    Long was named to the Fall Stars roster along with teammate Taylor Trammell, Jim Callis of reports.

    Long is hitting .243/.349/.297 in the Fall League. Like teammate Taylor Trammell, the lack of power in a limited sample so far is a little disappointing, but it follows some from his production at Double-A Pensacola. At both stops, however, he's displayed a good batting eye at least.

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  • Reds' Taylor Trammell: Named to Fall Stars roster

    Trammell was one of two Reds players named to the Fall Stars game at the Arizona Fall League, Jim Callis of reports.

    This honor speaks to Trammell's prospect status rather than his performance in the Fall League, as he has struggled thus far, hitting .245/.288/.306 with no homers in 49 at-bats.

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  • Reds' Hunter Greene: Hopes to begin throwing in December

    Greene (elbow) said that his arm feels "fine" and that he hopes to resume throwing in December or January, Bobby Nightengale of the Cincinnati Enquirer reports.

    Greene has been rehabbing in Arizona for the past two months after suffering a sprained UCL in his right elbow in late July. Though this sort of injury typically requires Tommy John surgery, Greene elected to go the non-surgical route since he didn't feel any sort of pop in the elbow when the ligament was sprained. A better sense of his timetable should come into focus once he's able to resume throwing.

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  • Reds' Nick Senzel: Requires elbow surgery

    Senzel (finger) will need to undergo surgery to remove bone spurs in his left elbow. He said that an expected timetable for his recovery is 4-to-6 weeks, Bobby Nightengale of the Cincinnati Enquirer reports.

    Senzel met with doctors Wednesday after apparently playing through pain in his elbow throughout the course of the 2018 season with Triple-A Louisville. This injury comes at an unfortunate time as the 23-year-old was expected to see some reps in the outfield in the Arizona Fall League, which obviously will no longer be in the cards. Senzel wound up missing the final two months of the season after undergoing surgery to repair a fractured right index finger in late June. He was also sidelined with vertigo for just under four weeks in May. Looking ahead, Senzel is confident that he'll be "100 percent healthy" by the time spring training rolls around.

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  • Reds' Juan Graterol: Claimed by Reds

    Graterol was claimed off waivers by Cincinnati on Wednesday.

    Graterol only played in four major-league games in 2018, with his two starts coming during the final week of the season with Minnesota. Prior to his time with the Twins, Graterol had been in the Angels' organization since 2017. Across 61 major-league games throughout his career, Graterol has hit just .217/.227/.274 with 13 RBI. He will provide added catching depth for the Reds.

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  • Reds' Ryan Lillie: Shipped to Cincinnati

    Lillie was traded from Miami to Cincinnati on Saturday in exchange for international signing bonus pool money.

    Lillie made 22 starts across three levels of the low minors in the Marlins system in 2018, posting a 3.44 ERA. He struck out 23 percent of batters while walking just five percent. The 22-year-old was a fifth-round pick by Miami in 2017 and is still several years away from pushing for a spot on a big-league roster.

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  • Reds' Gabriel Guerrero: Cast off 40-man roster

    Guerrero was outrighted to Triple-A Louisville after passing through waivers unclaimed.

    Guerrero played in 14 games with the Reds during the month of September, going 3-for-18 with a solo home run and eight strikeouts in his brief opportunity with the club. He spent the majority of the season at the Triple-A level after being promoted from Double-A Chattanooga in early May.

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  • Reds' Tim Federowicz: Outrighted from 40-man roster

    Federowicz was outrighted from the 40-man roster and sent to Triple-A Louisville on Wednesday.

    Federowicz cleared waivers and will remain in Cincinnati's organization after spending a majority of September with the big-league team. Across 60 games at the Triple-A level in 2018, he slashed .297/.372/.486 with seven home runs and 31 RBI.

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  • Reds' Sal Romano: Delivers five solid innings in season finale

    Romano allowed two runs on three hits and one walk across five innings Sunday in a no-decision against the Pirates. He struck out one.

    Romano was excellent through the first four innings, holding the visitors scoreless on just a pair of hits. He allowed a run on two hits, a walk and a wild pitch in the fifth and wasn't brought back out for the sixth. Romano fared quite well considering he hadn't gone longer than 2.1 innings in his previous 12 appearances, but a lack of run support kept him from earning his ninth win. It remains to be seen where he fits into the team's plans for 2019.

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