The deal that sent Johnny Cueto to the Royals wasn’t exactly smooth, and it demonstrated the reality of Reds and modern baseball. And strap yourself in if you’re a Reds fan. It could be a bumpy ride for the next few seasons. Read more on the trade from Hal in today’s inside feature.
The latest from those who still wonder…what happened to all that off-season optimism about the Reds. Questions this week on whether the Reds should simply surrender…why Marty takes so much time off…and why it costs so much to see a game in person. Read Hal McCoy in today’s Press Pros inside feature.
Teammates and opponents alike marveled at the consistency and pure physical dominance of Reds closer Aroldis Chapman at the All-Star game.
Known for his defensive abilities, Tucker Barnhart is now making the most of each at bat…and his opportunity to play while Devin Mesoraco mends.
Volume 8 of this year’s questions for hall of famer Hal McCoy, and good ones…on whether a trip to the men’s room violates baseball’s speed-up rules, chocolate syrup celebrations, and if you’re a baseball fan does voting for the starting lineup in the all-star game matter? Read more in the latest Press Pros feature.
He’s having the best season of any third baseman in baseball, but Todd Frazier isn’t even close to being voted on the team. So he has some changes in mind. Read more from Hal McCoy.
As June heats up, so too, the inquiries from readers new and old for the hall-of-famer, on: Who pays when players get hurt…the draft…the ’40 World Series…and what were Hal’s favorite baseball cards, like Al Rosen (above)? Read more in today’s Press Pros inside feature.
Reds pitcher Michael Lorenzen credits his faith, a brother who pushed him, and an enlightenment to use his gifts for something good. The rest of his new-found success has been the easy part. Read more from Hal McCoy in our latest Press Pros inside feature.
The latest batch of emails to our resident baseball sage and stand-up act, Hal McCoy. At issue: The Reds farm system…clergy in the Reds’ clubhouse…and where does the leather come from for baseballs?
“F” Bombs From A Guy That Looks Like This?….The latest questions from the “hall of famer’s” faithful readers…on the record for “f” bombs in a single interview, will Jay Bruce ever find himself…and, whatever happened to Jose Arredondo? Read more in today’s Press Pros inside feature.
Pants Make The Man…The latest from those of you who understand the true essence of two weeks worth of Reds baseball, and ask: Does 100 mph matter anymore? Where are the bullpens? And how can you run when your pants drag the ground (above)? Read the latest from Hal McCoy in today’s inside feature.
Was Rolen The Last Good Trade?…Volume #2 of questions from our regular Press Pros readers for hall of famer Hal McCoy…on clubhouse fights, baseball management admitting its mistakes, and the last really impactful trade made by the Reds. Entertaining reading, in today’s Press Pros inside feature.
Who’s More Important?…In volume #1 of your questions to Hal McCoy one writer asks: Who’s more important to the future of the Reds? Bryan Price (above), Walt Jocketty, or broadcaster Marty Brennaman? Read this and the other questions and answers in today’s Press Pros inside feature.
Your Guess Is As Good As Ours, Archie…They’ve been great NCAA tournament hosts and have done a fabulous job with the dinky First Four event, putting more people in the seats than anyplace else would ever come close to doing. And this is their reward? Read Hal McCoy in today’s feature.
Candid and honest, as always, Jay Bruce is out to prove that 2014 was an aberration…that things will once again go great for him and the Reds this year. Read more from Hal McCoy, in Goodyear, in today’s Press Pros inside feature.
He’s says he learned from the frustrations of his past…from the expectations for his future. Joey Votto is what he is, for better or worse! Read more from Hal McCoy in Goodyear in today’s Press Pros inside feature.
When pitchers advance to the Reds from Louisville they invariably talk about how much Ted Power aided and abetted their advancement. Why is that? And what makes him so good? Read more in Hal McCoy’s column from Goodyear, Arizona…in today’s Press Pros inside feature.
Forced to play extended minutes, UD’s Jordan Sibert made the most of Saturday, logging 38 minutes, scoring 24 points, and had seven steals in the Flyers 18 consecutive home win…this time over St. Bonaventure. Read more from Hal McCoy in today’s Press Pros inside feature.
The Fordham Rams were more like Lambs on this day, victims of a career day by Jordan Sibert and a UD offense that just kept scoring, and scoring. Read more in the latest Press Pros inside feature from Hal McCoy.
While his scoring line said he scored only eight points, Kyle Davis had the biggest basket of the game — the last one. It gave Dayton a thrilling win and maybe some time on ESPN Top Ten. Read more in the latest Press Pros inside feature from Hal McCoy.