Tag Archive | Cincinnati Reds

Brooklyn Cyclones Announce 2021 Staff

The Brooklyn Cyclones will begin their 20th Anniversary season with a new manager at the helm. On May 4th, when the Cyclones take the field for the first time as a member of High-A baseball, Ed Blankmeyer will become the 12th manager in Cyclones history. After spending more than two decades in Queens, Blankmeyer – […]

Baltimore Orioles sign Infielder Freddy Galvis

The Baltimore Orioles announced recently that they have signed Infielder Freddy Galvis to a one-year contract for the 2021 season. Galvis, 31, appeared in 47 games for the Cincinnati Reds in 2020, making 31 starts at shortstop and 11 at second base. He posted a combined .977 fielding percentage between the two positions. He hit .220/.308/.404 […]

Mets Name Tony Tarasco to Coaching Staff

The New York Mets recently announced that they have named Tony Tarasco the club’s major league first base coach for 2021. Tarasco will also oversee New York’s outfielders and baserunning. Tarasco, 50, spent the last five years as the San Diego Padres’ Minor League High Performance and Outfield/Baserunning Coordinator. In addition to that role, in […]

Mets claim INF Robel García

The New York Mets announced recently that the club has claimed infielder Robel García off waivers from the Cincinnati Reds. In a corresponding move, outfielder Ryan Cordell has been designated for assignment. García, 27, was part of Cincinnati’s 60-man player pool during the 2020 season, but did not appear in a major league game. The […]

Baltimore Orioles to Celebrate the 50th Anniversary of the 1970 World Championship

The Baltimore Orioles will celebrate the 50th anniversary of the 1970 World Series championship on Friday, September 18, during the 7:35 p.m. ET game against the Tampa Bay Rays. The celebration will recognize the 1970 team, which went 108-54 during the regular season and defeated the Cincinnati Reds, 4-1, to win the club’s second World […]

Baseball Mourns the passing of Hall of Famer Tom Seaver

Major League Baseball was handed a tough loss recently as Hall of Famer Tom Seaver passed away recently. Seaver, who when he pitched for the New York Mets brought a determination and confidence to the mound with him, and that exact attitude helped the man known as ‘Tom Terrific’ to become one of the greatest […]

Mets Struggles Continues in 5-3 loss to Marlins

The 2020 Major League Baseball Trade Deadline is here and it is time to see what moves will be made for all of the Major League Baseball teams. Prior to the trade deadline the New York Mets (15-20) were wrapping up a 5-3 loss to the Miami Marlins (15-15) in Major League Baseball action on […]