Tag "Nick Senzel"

MLB DFS: Thirsty Thursday Tips

Your DFS opponents are your enemies, and hopefully, they’ll be indulging a little tonight, given that it’s thirsty Thursday. The hope is that maybe after one too many brewskis down the gullet, they’ll make some incredibly suspicious decisions as far as who they put into their lineups. My tip for today is, don’t over-indulge and be smart. 

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Report: Reds Acquire Brian Goodwin From Angels 

The Cincinnati Reds made a last-second deal, acquiring outfielder Brian Goodwin from the Los Angeles Angels.

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MLB Postpones Reds/Pirates Games After Player Tests Positive For COVID-19

Saturday and Sunday games this weekend between the Pittsburgh Pirates and the Cincinnati Reds have been postponed due to a Reds player testing positive for COVID-19.

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Reds Place Mike Moustakas on IL, Scratch Nick Senzel as COVID-19 Sparks Concern

The Reds placed Mike Moustakas on the injured list and scratched Nick Senzel from the starting lineup. While their statuses are unknown, the threat of COVID-19 remains a serious concern.

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What’s Next For The Reds in The Wake Of Suarez’s Injury

Out of all the positivity and hope the Cincinnati Reds have generated this offseason, the team finally received some negative news.

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Cincinnati Reds Should Target Trevor Story, Not Francisco Lindor

Jacob Benge explains why the Cincinnati Reds should target a specific Rockies infielder instead of Francisco Lindor.

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Cincinnati Reds: A Great American Struggle

The Reds are a very temperamental team from year to year when we look at the league as a whole. Some years, the Reds at this point in the season are playing astonishingly well, and at other times, the Reds perform somewhere close to the bottom of the NL. The Reds attempted to right the ship this offseason however.

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Reds’ Top Prospect Getting the Call

Center fielder Nick Senzel, the Cincinnati Reds’ top prospect and MLB Pipeline’s No. 5 overall prospect, is getting the call to the show on Friday. The Reds are sitting in the cellar of the NL Central with a record of 13-18, as of May 2. Senzel will be a boost to the Reds offense and hopefully boost Cincinnati’s attendance at Great American Ballpark. Their average attendance per game so far this year is just over 15,000. The Reds offense right now is ranked 25th in the league overall, and last in batting average with .210. Their best hitters are Joey Votto and Jesse Winker, with batting averages of .232 and .224, respectively. Winker has 13 RBI and 8 home runs with a .805 OPS.

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Top 5 Prospect Series – Cincinnati Reds

After five straight subpar seasons of under-.500 records following Dusty Baker’s exit, the Reds are primed to make some noise in 2019. With a solid farm system, ranked No. 6 in all of baseball, 4 of their top 5 in MLB Pipeline’s Top 100, they have the pieces to end their rebuild and contend for years to come.

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