GOODYEAR, Ariz. - It’s pretty safe to assume that Homer Bailey is going to start Opening Day for the Reds — even if Reds Manager Bryan Price can’t bring himself to say the words. “You get to formulate all your own thoughts,” Price said. “For me, with our history, with our history, with our history ... let’s just get to Opening Day. All right?”Here’s what you can formulate: Bailey’s last spring training start will be Friday, March 23, against the Colorado Rockies at Salt River Fields.
GOODYEAR, Ariz. - The Reds seem to have Plan B, C and D for shortstop. But the best thing for the future and 2018 is for Plan A to work. That is for Jose Peraza to play virtually every day and play well. “We acquired Jose because we felt like he had a really high ceiling as a player and as a shortstop and that position wasn't available for him to play,” Reds manager Bryan Price Price said. Now it is with Zack Cozart gone via free agency. Letting Cozart go was a nod to Peraza.
GOODYEAR, Ariz. - The Reds beat the Arizona Diamondback 5-2 at Goodyear Ballpark. The game in three paragraphs:The Reds host the Chicago Cubs in a 9:05 p.m. game. Right-hander Robert Stephenson (0-2, 9.00 ERA) faces left-hander Jon Lester (2-1, 1.93). The game is on 700-WLW.
We ran an ill-advised Black Sunday headline at The Enquirer in the 80s after two random Reds and Bengals losses. This was the real Black Sunday. Two stunning losses. I covered both teams a bit the last few years. Feel for Clark-Washington and Macura-Bluiett. March can be cruel
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Selecting a term
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