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2020 Schedule
0-0, 2nd in NL Cent
What to make of the slow start to MLB's offseason (2:10)
2d
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4d

Reds ship Stephenson to Rockies in 4-player deal

The Rockies acquired right-hander Robert Stephenson and minor league outfielder Jameson Hannah from the Reds for right-handed pitchers Jeff Hoffman and Case Williams, a minor leaguer.

17d

BBTN: Steve Gelbs on a new era for the Mets, Jeff Passan on the non-tender date and Hembo on why the writers got the MVPs wrong

SNY’s Steve Gelbs joins Buster to discuss new Mets owners Steve Cohen declaring war on the NL East, the excitement level of Mets fans and who the team could land in free agency with its new resources (6:40). Then, Jeff Passan stops by to talk about Devin Williams winning NL Rookie of the Year, the non-tender date being a ticking time bomb, which teams are going to spend money this winter and the Phillies confusing front office situation (14:29). Plus, Hembo on why he thinks the writers got the MVPs wrong (39:10).

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25d

FA Bauer rejects Reds' offer, but open to return

One of six players to receive a qualifying offer, free agent Trevor Bauer rejected the Reds' $18.9 million offer, but his agent said Bauer would be open to discussing a return.

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27d

Betts, deGrom among finalists for MLB awards

Mets ace Jacob deGrom is going for his third consecutive NL Cy Young Award, and Dodgers outfielder Mookie Betts could become the second player to win the MVP award in each league. The top three finishers for each BBWAA award were revealed Monday.

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28dJesse Rogers

Springer, Bauer among 6 given qualifying offers

Six major league baseball players were given qualifying offers before free agency began Sunday afternoon, among them pitchers Trevor Bauer, Marcus Stroman and Kevin Gausman, and position players DJ LeMahieu, George Springer and J.T. Realmuto.

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47dPablo Torre

Mike Schur remembers MLB great Joe Morgan

Morgan died on Sunday. Schur, beyond his TV work, once ran a blog called Fire Joe Morgan. Schur's critique of Morgan was good-natured and the close following of Morgan's career gave him a bigger appreciation of the Cincinnati Reds Hall of Famer.

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Team Stats

  • Batting
  • Pitching
Runs24327th
Batting Average.21230th
On Base Percentage.31224th
Slugging Percentage.40318th
Earned Run Average3.847th
Quality Starts0Tied-21st
WHIP1.225th
BAA.2152nd