Six-year-old Walter "Superbubz" Herbert's smile and upbeat attitude during his cancer battle was one that had an entire city cheering and rallying for him -- including Reds first baseman Joey Votto. Herbert died on Oct. 6 after two years of battling neuroblastoma. On Thursday night, according to WLWT-TV, Votto was among the hundreds of mourner […]
Although the Reds exhibited patience during a rebuild that has consumed all of three seasons and part of a fourth, they would like to shed that mode and transition into legitimate contenders in the National League Central.
First baseman Leonardo Seminati starred for the Italian national 18 and under team at the WBSC U-18 Baseball World Cup in Canada in September, hitting .424/.531/.654 with a pair of homers in 26 at-bats. He went from there to Arizona for his first action as a member of the Reds, participating in instructional league play, which runs through Oct. 14 for Cincin […]
Reds pitching prospect Rookie Davis underwent right hip surgery on Monday to repair the labrum and remove a bone spur. The right-hander is not expected to be ready for the start of Spring Training 2018.
For the third straight season, the Pensacola Blue Wahoos will not raise ticket prices for 2018. With individual prices as low as $5, the Blue Wahoos are committed to providing fans a fun, family-friendly and affordable experience for Northwest Florida.
Five-time Southern League Groundskeeper of the Year Ray Sayre is departing the Pensacola Blue Wahoos to serve as the Head Groundskeeper at Carpenter Complex, the spring training site of the Philadelphia Phillies and Gulf Coast League Phillies.
The Dayton Dragons annual Season Ticket Holder party is set for Sunday, October 22. The event will run from 12:30-4:30 p.m. and is open to all Dragons season ticket holders and anyone who has made a deposit towards 2018 season tickets.
For the second straight year, the Dayton Dragons have been selected as the Midwest League nominee for a national award selected by Minor League Baseball that will be presented at the Baseball Winter Meetings in December.
The Dayton Dragons have gone pink during the month of October. In partnership with Kettering Health Network, the Dragons have turned their website pink to support the upcoming Making Strides Against Breast Cancer walk.
The Alzheimer's Association invites you to join them at the Dayton Walk to End Alzheimer's® on Saturday, October 7. The Walk will be held at Fifth Third Field - home of the Dayton Dragons. Registration will open at 8:30 a.m., and the Opening Ceremony will begin at 10:00 a.m. The Walk will start following the opening ceremonies.
Minor League Baseball™ has announced the final attendance rankings for all 160 teams for the 2017 season. The Dayton Dragons, a Single-A team, finished eighth in both average per date (8,038) and total attendance for the season (554,638).
The Cardinals' desire to retool their bullpen this winter has already led them to show interest in re-signing free-agent-to-be Juan Nicasio, who spent the final four weeks of the 2017 season with St. Louis. But could they also target another reliever soon to come off their 40-man roster?
There has been little opportunity for Yadier Molina to rest since the Cardinals' season ended two weeks ago, as his time and energy have been spent traversing the streets of Puerto Rico to hand-deliver food, water and ice to residents recovering from Hurricane Maria.
Andrew Knizner showed an ability to hit during his first pro season and has continued to impress in the early stages of the Arizona Fall League. The Cardinals' No. 27 prospect has always had a feel for hitting, and he proved it once again as he led Surprise to a 10-3 win over Peoria on Tuesday.
Enrique Hernandez smacked three home runs, including a grand slam in the third inning, and had seven RBIs to back Clayton Kershaw and power the Dodgers to an 11-1 victory in Game 5 of the NL Championship Series presented by Camping World and eliminate the defending World Series champion Cubs.
During the National League Championship Series games at Wrigley Field, Cubs manager Joe Maddon glanced at the center-field scoreboard. For the third straight year, the Cubs were one of the final four teams still playing.
The Cubs aren't going to repeat as World Series champions, but manager Joe Maddon is quick to remind fans that getting to the National League Championship Series three years in a row is quite an accomplishment and that the future is bright.
Maybe you could have seen this coming, but the Cubs didn't. When they ran onto the field to face Clayton Kershaw and the Dodgers on a gorgeous Thursday night, center fielder Albert Almora Jr. and left fielder Kyle Schwarber bathed in the enthusiasm of Wrigley Field's bleacherites.
The reigning World Champion Cubs saw their season end with a loss to the Dodgers in Game 5 of the National League Championship Series presented by Camping World. Chicago only scored eight runs in the series.
A change of scenery, a much-needed day off and the looming presence of pitcher Justin Verlander have Astros manager A.J. Hinch feeling confident about his team's chances heading into tonight's must-win Game 6 of the American League Championship Series at Minute Maid Park.
Minute Maid Park has a retractable roof. It has a train. It has the Crawford Boxes. It has Hall of Famer Nolan Ryan often sitting behind home plate and a waffle cone stuffed with fried chicken and mashed potatoes and drizzled with honey mustard.
Recreating his Game 2 masterpiece is a big ask of Justin Verlander, but the Astros hope their postseason stalwart has something similar in the works for Game 6 of the American League Championship Series under pressing circumstances.
On the surface, the Pirates don't appear to have many moving pieces heading into the winter. They must make a few decisions, however, before free agency and trade rumors hit their peak during the Winter Meetings in early December.
Pirates right-hander Mitch Keller missed five weeks in May and June with a back strain, while Yankees righty Albert Abreu lost most of June and July to a shoulder strain. They're both in Arizona to make up for some lost innings, and they faced off on Tuesday in one of the marquee pitching matchups of the still-young Fall League season.
The Glendale Desert Dogs finished the first week of the Fall League with a league-best 4-1 record. For Saturday's win against Mesa, the Desert Dogs have Pirates outfielder Logan Hill to thank. Hill hit a pair of homers, driving in all four Glendale runs en route to a 4-3 victory.