A growing number of players are trying to make an impact in roles both on the mound and at the plate -- and it could become a trend.
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The Cincinnati Reds expect left-hander Alex Wood to open the season on the disabled list as he recovers from a sore back that has limited him during spring training.
Can the Red Sox repeat? Will L.A. stumble? Who is MLB's best player? Pinch hit on this fill-in-the-blanks 2019 baseball forecast -- but we'll have the last word.
From top prospects and rising young stars to bounce-back candidates, which players who missed the MLB Rank cut could soon find a place on the list?
You picked who? Where? We break down some of the questions to come out of the rankings -- and ask you to weigh in as well.
A major shake-up brings a new crew of All-Stars to the forefront, with some of the game's biggest names on the outside looking in.
Leading off our countdown of the game's best, youngsters duel with historic greats. Which players landed on the back half of our list?
Reliever Michael Lorenzen has begun the Reds' mound-to-outfield experiment, pitching one inning, then moving to center field on Monday in a game against the Indians.
Boisterous celebrations, lighthearted trash talk and lots of screaming. The inner sanctum of Yasiel Puig, MLB's tongue-wagging, coach-smooching oracle of joy, is exactly what you'd expect.
From underappreciated stars to veterans who get taken for granted and up-and-comers to watch, here's a guy from each team worthy of your attention.
With a new team and a contract to play for, the always-entertaining outfielder says he's ready to show the Dodgers -- and everyone else -- all he can do.
The Reds have signed shortstop Jose Iglesias to a minor league deal that includes an invite to big league camp.
From Paul Goldschmidt in St. Louis to Josh Donaldson in Atlanta, we tell you what to expect from some familiar faces in new places.
Pitcher Sonny Gray, who signed a four-year, $38 million contract with the Reds last month, will miss his first spring start after experiencing stiffness in his right elbow.
Buster talks to Karl Ravech about the emotion surrounding a potential Bryce Harper deal, potential issues for an NL Central contender and much more (6:59). Plus, Jessica Mendoza on Manny Machado and the Mets (31:39), and Sarah Langs' "Numbers Game" (44:31).
Derek Dietrich and Cincinnati have finalized a minor league contract, giving the Reds another infield and outfield option.
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