With four starters in the projected rotation who haven't completed a full season in the majors, Homey Bailey will provide leadership where there is none for the Cincinnati Reds in 2016.
It may seem somewhat unconventional, but the Houston Astros should make a splash by trading for Joey Votto.
The Cincinnati Reds have accumulated so many prospects looking for MLB experience that it will nearly impossible for a non-roster invitee to break through the collection and make the 2016 roster.
Now that the Cincinnati Reds have traded Todd Frazier and Aroldis Chapman, its time for them to find a new home for Jay Bruce.
Since the Cincinnati Reds are taking a page from the Philadelphia 76ers and tanking the 2016 season, they should take advantage of this and prepare a tradable commodity to be closer.
The Cincinnati Reds wanted to get younger and less expensive, and they did that by trading their second best player and their elite closer. How does their offseason grade out so far?
With Ken Griffey Jr. in the Hall of Fame, three of his former teammates (Joey Votto, Adam Dunn, Brandon Phillips) are in a race to join him.
Looking back at the career of the Ken Griffey Jr., one is reminded of his great defense, but current Cincinnati Reds center fielder Billy Hamilton is better than anyone in team history defensively.
With Brandon Phillips blocking two trades and Jay Bruce not finding any suitable suitors, the Cincinnati Reds have four players who need at-bats in left heading into the 2016 season.
The Cincinnati Reds have decided to embark on a youth movement in 2016, especially in the outfield. With Jay Bruce on the block they need someone to lead the outfield, and Ken Griffey Jr. is it.