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Deep Dive: The Cincy Savior?

If you hadn’t heard, the Cincinnati Reds are having a tough start to the season.

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MLB DFS: Tuesday Hot Hands 6/8

Welcome to Tuesday, fellow DFS degenerates. Today we are going to be riding some hot hands, hopefully all the way to the bank. It’s a banger tonight, meaning a stacked 15-game slate in MLB.

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2021 Cincinnati Reds Top 5 Prospects

The Cincinnati Reds have something to build on. They made the playoffs for the first time since 2013 last season. They also have a couple of arms headlining their top 5 prospect list. Let’s take a look at who else the Reds have on the farm.

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Reds Win First Series in a Month

It had been 35 days since the Cincinnati Reds could claim a series for themselves.

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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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Cincinnati Reds: Reds Select Austin Hendrick with 1st Pick

The Reds opt for Austin Hendrick with their first pick:

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Cincinnati Reds: Several Players Standing Out Early in Spring

The Reds have a lot of hype surrounding them this season, and for good reason. Here are some of their early standouts in Spring Training, according to Jacob Benge.

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Reds Split Midweek Spring Training Games

The initial weekend of spring training baseball has come to a close, as teams are getting settled into their first full week of nine-inning baseball games. 

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Cincinnati Reds Seeing Promising Results After 3 Spring Training Games

The Reds may be 1-2 in Spring Training games, but there is heavy optimism going forward, writes Jacob Benge.

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Cincinnati Reds: Taking a look at internal catching depth

The upcoming offseason is a crucial one for the Cincinnati Reds, and catcher is one position they should evaluate. Jacob Benge breaks down the team’s internal catching depth.

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