The Cincinnati Reds would have to pay a steep price to extend the contract of ace Johnny Cueto, but the risk is definitely worth the reward for the second-best starting pitcher in baseball since 2011.
Jesse Winker will get to showcase his skills at the Arizona Fall League All-Star Game and just might be on his way to a starting left field job for the Cincinnati Reds in 2015.
The Cincinnati Reds may have endured a poor season overall in 2014, but their defense up the middle is getting their Gold Glove due, including award longshot shortstop Zack Cozart.
Cincinnati Reds' rookie Billy Hamilton may have faltered at the plate in 2014, but his defense in center field was so impressive that he should win a NL Gold Glove.
Cincinnati Reds second baseman Brandon Phillips should be a lock for his fifth Gold Glove award despite missing 41 games with the Reds this year.
The Cincinnati Reds will be auditioning Cuban pitcher Raisel Iglesias this winter for a potential spot in their 2015 rotation, which could help the Reds trade one of their current starters.
The Cincinnati Reds might have to trade one of their starting pitchers due to payroll excess and the need for a left fielder, and Mike Leake would be the ideal choice. See why here.
The Cincinnati Reds have needs for a starting left fielder and a reliever, and one or more of these five free agents could find themselves playing for the Reds in 2015.
Norichika Aoki has played a huge role in helping the Kansas City Royals reach the World Series, but here are the top five landing spots for the potential free agent once the 2014 season ends.
The Texas Rangers opted out of paying outfielder Alex Rios $14 million for 2015, but other teams will be more than interested in adding Rios to their roster.