Waiting out roster decisions near the end of Spring Training often provides intrigue and surprises, but Reds pitcher Tyler Mahle has done just about all he can to eliminate any doubt whether he belongs in the big league rotation.
Nick Senzel wasn't expected to debut for the Reds on Opening Day, but the club's top prospect demonstrated that he's not far away from being in the Majors. Senzel became the latest cut from the spring roster when he was reassigned to the Minor League camp on Monday.
The Taylor Hooton Foundation is committed to advocating against the use of performance enhancing drugs. Reds left fielder Adam Duvall is a member of its advisory board and was presented with canvas print of his 2018 "It's All Me" public service advertisement on Monday.
The Pensacola Blue Wahoos are excited to announce the promotion of Jamie Briggs to Group Sales Manager. Reporting to Briggs are two new Group Sales Executives who are Nick Castillo and Tyler Berridge. Read more to know your new Group Sales team!
It is with great pleasure the Pensacola Blue Wahoos introduce Dustin Hannah as the new Head Groundskeeper for one of the most beloved ballparks in minor league baseball. The Blue Wahoos Stadium won the best ballpark in 2012, 2013 and 2016. It is also with a great understanding that Hannah has big shoes to fill coming onboard as the former Head Groundskeeper, […]
The Pensacola Blue Wahoos are getting a new tarp for their seventh season, but the used one needs a new home. There is nothing wrong with the team's used tarp, it's just time to get a new one. Does your team or field need a new tarp?
Dayton's Yolanda Drake, an accomplished singer who has served as the opening act for musical legends like Chuck Berry, Sister Sledge, Alex Bugnon, and a host of others, has been selected as the winner of the Dayton Daily News Dayton Dragons national anthem contest.
It would be difficult to improve on the Dragons 2017 outfield group, which would rank among the very best in Dragons history. The 2017 Dragons featured Jose Siri, the top all-around player in the league over the full-season, as well as Taylor Trammell, a top-50 prospect in all of baseball in the eyes of many.
If you knew nothing about the individual players but wanted to predict which member of the Dragons had the best chance of reaching the Major Leagues, history would indicate you should pick the shortstop.
The Dayton Dragons will conduct an auditions clinic and training for the Dragons Drumline on Sunday, February 25 at Fifth Third Field. The clinic, presented by Rhythm X's program, The X Academy, will take place from 11:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m.
One of the biggest stories for the Dragons in 2018, and one of the biggest stories in our team's history, is going to be the arrival of highly-touted pitcher Hunter Greene, an 18-year-old phenom from Notre Dame High School in Sherman Oaks, California.
- The National League Cincinnati Reds announced today that Ray Martinez will return for his third consecutive season as field manager of the Billings Mustangs in 2018. In his first two seasons, 2016 and 2017, Martinez has compiled a 77-73 (.513) regular season record.
After sending enticing pitching prospect Jordan Hicks to Minor League camp early for a reason that had nothing to do with his arm, the Cardinals often spoke of returning Hicks to big league camp sometime before the end of spring. That day came Wednesday, when Hicks made a 2 2/3-inning cameo in the Cardinals' 13-6 win over the Marlins at Roger Dean Chevr […]
For months, Cardinals officials have only been specific about Alex Reyes' role when outlining how the club's No. 1 prospect won't be handled. In this arena, the club has employed some hard and fast rules.
Matt Harvey started for the Mets against the Cardinals on Tuesday, meaning he likely won't pitch when it counts next weekend against St. Louis at Citi Field. Meanwhile, the Cardinals stretched Adam Wainwright out to 90 pitches on the back fields precisely because he will pitch in New York in that Opening Series.
Cubs manager Joe Maddon likes having Yu Darvish on his side. What he's learned so far about the pitcher is that he can hit and he speaks English well. On Wednesday, Darvish looked as if he was ready for the regular season to begin.
When the Astros set their starting rotation to begin the season last week, veteran right-hander Collin McHugh was told he would be in the bullpen to start the year, which was the expectation as long as there weren't any injuries.
Less than three weeks after undergoing surgery to remove the hook of the hamate bone in his left hand, Astros first baseman Yuli Gurriel has progressed to the point he's fielding grounders, running the bases and even doing some light hitting.
No team wants to feel like it has to hit the reboot switch, but if it has to happen it might as well do it right. The Astros couldn't have drawn it up any better: Three straight years of No. 1 overall Draft picks, followed by two in the Top 5, trades of big leaguers to bring in prospects, and all of it culminated in winning the World Series in 2017.
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Sitting inside a small room adjacent to the clubhouse at LECOM Park on Wednesday afternoon, Ray Searage could not hide his excitement. Pittsburgh's pitching coach spoke of his players with effusive praise and unbridled optimism interspersed with nicknames, anecdotes and broad smiles.
Felipe Rivero sits in the back corner of the Pirates' clubhouse at LECOM Park. It's a good spot for him to set up his laptop and portable mixing board, which provides the soundtrack for some early Spring Training mornings. It's also an ideal vantage point to scan the rest of the room.
As he made his way back from an early spring setback, Joe Musgrove found few opportunities to consistently pitch in a game-like atmosphere. His first outing was on a back field at Pirate City. His first Grapefruit League start lasted less than three innings against the Yankees.