The Cincinnati Reds have signed left-handed pitcher Oliver Perez to a minor league contract.
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The Texas Rangers have traded minor league right-hander Miguel Medrano to the Cincinnati Reds for money to sign international free agents.
Scooter Gennett won his arbitration case against the Reds and will receive $5.7 million during the 2018 season. Cincinnati had offered $5.1 million.
Cincinnati pitcher Jake Ehret has been suspended for the first 50 games of the season under baseball's minor league drug program following a second positive test for a drug of abuse.
When it comes to spring training, the Cincinnati Reds always seem willing to go with the daring look.
The Cincinnati Reds voided the minor league contract of right-handed reliever Jeff Manship on Thursday after he failed to pass a physical, and they agreed to a minor league deal with former Los Angeles Angels infielder Cliff Pennington.
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Reds infielder Eugenio Suarez went to arbitration, asking a panel for a raise from $595,000 to $4.2 million rather than the Reds' offer of $3.75 million.
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Home runs are at a historic high, and bunt hits are way down. The former is responsible for the latter, right? Perhaps. Or maybe something else has changed that means bunt hits aren't just out of fashion again -- they're going extinct.
Reliever David Hernandez has signed with the Reds on a two-year contract.
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The Reds avoided salary arbitration with outfielder Billy Hamilton, reaching agreement on a one-year, $4.6 million deal Friday.
Big-ticket moves have been few and far between this offseason, but that hasn't stopped some clubs from helping their playoff chances, while others have fallen behind the pack.
A Japanese sensation who landed in L.A. A Miami MVP shipped to the Bronx. A D.C. superstar on the cusp of free agency. All are among the players, managers, executives, agents and, um, commissioners, on our list of MLBers to watch in 2018.
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