C. Trent Rosecrans
Jose Siri Sees An Opening In Cincinnati
The tooled-up Siri is excited that the Reds have a potential opening in center field—but first he must prove he can manage his at-bats like a big leaguer.
Jimmy Herget Adjusts To Higher Level
With a sidearm delivery, Herget had to learn how to combat more advanced lefthanded hitters at Triple-A.
T.J. Friedl Sparks Reds Affiliates To Contention
Friedl proved that winning is contagious by leading a different Reds affiliate to a winning record in each half of the season.
Nick Senzel Could Reach Majors As An Outfielder
The natural third baseman played outfield in instructional league, where he learned from the best, as he prepares to impact the 2019 big league club.
Tony Santillan Doesn't Waver At Double-A
With stuff, size and aggressiveness, Tony Santillan dominated two levels of the minors this season.
Rylan Thomas Shines In Powerful July
The Reds took a 26th-round flier on Central Florida's Rylan Thomas this year. His power has played in the Appalachian League.
Nick Senzel Positions Himself For Majors
Though injuries had limited his time on the field, Senzel has proven when healthy that he is big league ready.
Power Is Hendrik Clementina's Calling Card
With a sound plan at the plate and immense raw power, the 20-year-old catcher is opening eyes in the Midwest League.
A Healthy Mitch Nay Shows What He Can Do
Minor league Rule 5 draft pick Nay get a fresh look with the Reds and asserts himself in the Florida State League.
Hunter Greene Shows Off Sharp Slider
The Reds' teen phenom must learn to navigate both a lineup and a five-month pro season in his full-season debut.