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Fred Regorter

MLB Reacts: Biggest rivals of the Cincinnati Reds

Voting! Polls! Results!

Welcome to SB Nation Reacts, a survey of fans across MLB. Each week, we send out questions to the most plugged in Reds fans, and fans across the country. Sign up here to join Reacts.

While the 2020 season will be extremely shortened, the new schedule does put an increased importance on winning divisional games. That often means needing to beat a team’s biggest rival.

During Rivalry Week, SB Nation Reacts asked baseball fans who specifically they saw as their...

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Fred Regorter

The Daily Stupid - TGIF

gon git stoopit as hellllllll

THANK GOD ITS FRIDAY!!!! THAT MEANS ITS TIME FOR TOTALLY GRAPHICS INTERCHANGE FORMAT!!!!

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Wick Terrell

MLB releases 2021 regular season schedule

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Remember 2020?

This is a cart:

This is a horse:

You see what I did there.

Major League Baseball, as it is wont to do, appears to be following similar strategery, this time in regards to the schedule. No, not the schedule for the modified restructured pandemic-induced retrofit 2020 schedule, mind you, that we just saw announced last week - for the 2021 regular season schedule. That’s what they dropped on our collective plate today, and the Cincinnati...

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Trevor Bauer could pitch on short rest for Reds all season

Bauer feels he hits his stride in the middle of the MLB season anyway, so he thinks the timing of the 60-game season will work in his favor.

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Wick Terrell

Podcast: MLB schedule released, and the Cincinnati Reds lucked out

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The news of the week - in audio form.

Major League Baseball releasedd the 60-game schedules for each of their 30 franchises this week.

(/looks at pandemic everywhere)

The Cincinnati Reds, who will participate in the AL/NL Central geographic region this year, look to have pretty well lucked out.

(/looks at rapidly rising positive case numbers)

Not a single team outside the actual AL Central will get to play the Detroit...

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Wick Terrell

MLB releases 2020 schedule, Reds host Tigers to open season July 24th

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Surely this will go off without a hitch. Surely.

Major League Baseball is set to return on July 23rd, unless it doesn’t.

The Cincinnati Reds are slated to open their 2020 regular season at 6:10 PM on July 24th, unless they can’t.

As the COVID-19 pandemic continues to chug right along, and despite multiple MLB players and administrators testing positive daily, MLB announced the entirety of the modified, 60-game schedule on Monday...

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Reds' Garrett drops fears, speaks out about racial injustice

With so few Black players in the major leagues, Cincinnati Reds reliever Amir Garrett was afraid to talk openly about racial discrimination

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Reds' Garrett opens up about racial injustice

With so few Black players in the major leagues, Cincinnati Reds reliever Amir Garrett was afraid to talk openly about racial discrimination. He kept his thoughts -- and his stories -- to himself.

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Wick Terrell

The Daily Stupid - They’re really playing baseball through this

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Well, not everyone is.

Apologies if this brief reads as if there are a hundred different stupid things banging hammers on iron skillets in my head, but there are currently a hundred different stupid things banging hammers on iron skillets - and we’re surrounded by them.

Today, though, we’ll try to focus on one, one that is near and dear to the hearts of our dear readers. Baseball - Major League Baseball, in particular - seems hellbent on putting their...

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Reds might start Trevor Bauer every fourth day

In the past, Bauer has voiced his eagerness to pitch every fourth day instead of the traditional five.

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Trevor Bauer roasts Astros on Twitter: 'Anything to help us win is in, right?'

Bauer has been relentless on social media over the last few months when it comes to calling out the Astros for the cheating scandal that saw them lose multiple draft picks and millions of dollars.

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Reds' Trevor Bauer Posts Photo in 'TrasH-Town' Shirt Taking Aim at Astros

The first day of Cincinnati Reds summer camp provided Trevor Bauer with a new outlet to take another swipe at the Houston Astros ...

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Trevor Bauer takes another shot at Astros upon returning to Reds camp

Trevor Bauer doesn’t like the Astros, and a recent tweet highlights that fact.

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Wick Terrell

Notes from the first day of Cincinnati Reds Summer Camp

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Friday links!

Wear a mask. This three-day holiday weekend has the chance to turn what is already an explosion of cases into a complete conflagration, the same way Memorial Day celebrations did just over a month ago. Celebrate, if you will. Congregate, if you choose to be so bold. Just wear a damn mask for the sake of any chance of a return to normalcy this calendar year.

Wear one.

In other news, most of the Cincinnati Reds had their first workouts today,...

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Wick Terrell

Two Cincinnati Reds test positive for COVID-19

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The inevitable has become the unfortunate.

We have already seen COVID-19 mini-outbreaks at Major League Baseball team facilities in Florida, impacting both the Philadelphia Phillies and Toronto Blue Jays. The Arizona Diamondbacks had multiple folks test positive, as have the Colorado Rockies, Seattle Mariners, San Francisco Giants, New York Mets, Los Angeles Angels, Los Angeles Dodgers, and Chicago Cubs.

If that read as if I was just naming every team...

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Wick Terrell

Podcast: Cincinnati Reds, Major League Baseball return

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The Red Reporter Podcast returns, too.

Major League Baseball, for now, is back.

Back-ish, really.

The Cincinnati Reds joined their MLB brethren in returning to work today, reporting back to Cincinnati for a quick ‘summer camp’ before embarking on a 60-game season beginning July 24th.

We don’t know when they’ll be playing yet. We don’t know where they’ll be playing yet. We know they’ll be playing NL Central...

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Wick Terrell

The Reds have reported

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Baseball is back. Back again. Tell a friend.

We here at Red Reporter have long been tasked with reporting on the Cincinnati Reds, or at least doing the bare minimum of periphery on the topic. So, it would be a fundamental dereliction of our duties to fail to report to you when the Reds report on Red Reporter, and that’s precisely what we’re going to report today.

The Reds, folks, have reported.

Man, we have missed that sound. ?? ...

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Trevor Bauer would be open to signing with Yankees

On a podcast, the Cincinnati Reds pitcher said he would be open to signing with the New York Yankees.

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Wick Terrell

Red Reposter - Minor league season officially kaput

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Tuesday links, sans exclamation point.

We have known of the pending demise of a the 2020 Minor League Baseball season for quite sometime now, but that doesn’t make the acknowledgement that it’s kaput any easier to confront. With the efforts to squeeze in even a 60 game big league season attempting to thread a needle in a wind storm as-is, the idea that the minor leagues - on such a larger scale - could sling a season together in the...

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Wick Terrell

Offensive Juggernaut Jesse Winker, forgotten man of the Reds

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The stars are aligning for Winker to have a breakout campaign.

It is forgivable if you’ve somewhat forgotten about Jesse Winker at this point. The last year and a half alone have seen the Cincinnati Reds outfield experience the hyped call-up of Nick Senzel, the blistering emergence of Aristides Aquino, and the big money additions of both Nick Castellanos and Shogo Akiyama, an imposing foursome most clubs would be content with rolling out as their regular...

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