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3/25/2015 | Bailey, Leake to make next starts in Minor League games

Cincinnati Reds pitchers Homer Bailey, who is recovering from September surgery, and Mike Leake will make their next starts in Minor League games.

3/25/2015 | Cueto set to return to Reds after leave in Dominican Republic

Opening Day starter Johnny Cueto's extended leave from camp for a family issue appears to be near its end, after the Reds ace left the team last week to go home to the Dominican Republic for an unspecified emergency.

3/24/2015 | Great American Ball Park undergoes array of upgrades

When Reds fans begin streaming into Great American Ball Park for the first time in 2015 on Opening Day, they should immediately notice a flurry of offseason upgrades that were made to the ballpark. Among the biggest changes this season is the arrival of The Handlebar at the Riverfront Club.

3/23/2015 | Mesoraco, Dominguez bash two-run homers in tie with Texas

The Rangers and Reds played to a 6-6 tie on Monday night at Surprise Stadium in a game that ended after 10 innings.

3/23/2015 | Parra seeks bounceback season after injury-plagued 2014

The Reds had 15 players spend time on the disabled list last season, but left-handed reliever Manny Parra wasn't one of them. But the injuries Parra endured did pile up, leaving periods of time that made him quietly unavailable to pitch despite manager Bryan Price's daily lineup card indicating otherwise.

3/23/2015 | Cueto remains at home; Lorenzen to start Thursday

With ace Johnny Cueto still at home tending to family issues and the Reds looking at an open spot due to his absence, the club will turn to prospect Michael Lorenzen to start against the Indians on Thursday at 4:05 p.m. ET. There is no known scheduled return date for Cueto, manager Bryan Price said.

3/23/2015 | Reds release Mijares, option 3 to Triple-A

The Reds have 36 players remaining at camp after reliever Jose Mijares was released, catcher Tucker Barnhart, outfielder Donald Lutz and shortstop Eugenio Suarez were optioned to Triple-A Louisville and infielder Josh Satin and catcher Chad Wallach were reassigned to the Minor League camp.

3/23/2015 | Reds send Soto to White Sox for cash

The Reds traded Minor League corner infielder Neftali Soto to the White Sox on Monday for cash considerations.

3/22/2015 | Leake goes five strong, Satin plays hero as Reds rally vs. A's

The Reds rallied past the A's on Sunday as Josh Satin hit a 3-run homer to tie the game in the 8th and added a game-winning hit in the ninth.

3/22/2015 | Bailey feels good after starting in Minor League game

In his first game since having surgery in September, Reds pitcher Homer Bailey worked two scoreless innings during a Minor League start on Sunday.

3/22/2015 | Byrd leads Reds at plate, but not yet satisfied

The Reds' key offensive acquisition during the offseason, left fielder Marlon Byrd appears to be dialed in at the plate with a .417 average in 10 games.

3/22/2015 | Price to keep tinkering to decide on Reds lineup

Cincinnati Reds manager Bryan Price said the team's lineup construction would continue to be fluid in Spring Training as he determines the best batting order for the regular season.

3/21/2015 | Despite wild outing, Price remains confident in Lorenzen

Reds manager Bryan Price said he hasn't "lost one ounce of confidence" in pitching prospect Michael Lorenzen after he walked six batters in two innings on Friday.

3/21/2015 | Reds expect Cueto to be ready for Opening Day start

Johnny Cueto remains at home in the Dominican Republic tending to an unspecified family emergency, but the Reds have every confidence that their ace will be ready to start on Opening Day on April 6 against the Pirates.

3/21/2015 | Reds catch up with intrasquad, Minors work

Because of the desert climate, you wouldn't expect many Cactus League game rainouts like the Reds had Thursday. But the club had a contingency built in for such an issue and it came into play Friday afternoon.

3/20/2015 | Votto homers early; Reds rally late vs. Giants

Former Giants farmhand Chris Dominguez slugged a two-run double to highlight the Reds' five-run ninth inning that pushed them past San Francisco, 6-5, on Friday night.

3/20/2015 | Smoother delivery working well for Lorenzen

In his brief time with the Reds organization, prospect Michael Lorenzen has certainly shown he knows how to pitch. This spring as he has put himself into contention for a 25-man roster spot, Lorenzen has also shown he knows how to make adjustments and take advice on how to get even better.

3/20/2015 | Waldrop among three Reds sent to Minors

The Reds made three more spring roster moves Friday, which left them with 42 players in camp. Outfielder Kyle Waldrop and right-handed pitchers Keyvius Sampson and Matt Magill were optioned to Triple-A Louisville.

3/20/2015 | Cueto in Dominican Republic for family issue

Reds rotation ace Johnny Cueto has left camp because of a personal issue, Reds manager Bryan Price revealed Friday afternoon.

3/19/2015 | Reds, Rangers rained out

The Reds awoke to rain in the Valley of the Sun on Thursday, and it didn't let up in time for their scheduled afternoon game against the Texas Rangers, so the game was called.

3/19/2015 | Injured Hamilton, Mesoraco to get extra at-bats vs. Minor Leaguers

Center fielder Billy Hamilton missed a week of spring games because of a minor right shoulder injury suffered when running into a wall on March 6. Catcher Devin Mesoraco did the same after sustaining a minor concussion when he took a foul ball off his mask. To make up for the missed time, manager Bryan Price said both players would likely get extra at-bats soon in the Minor Leagues to see pitches and get their timing back.

3/19/2015 | Reds' Bailey on target despite stomach bug

Homer Bailey spent one day earlier this week in bed with a stomach bug that's been going around, and missing his a second live batting-practice session.

3/19/2015 | Reds sorting through eighth-inning bullpen options

Aroldis Chapman is one of the best closers in baseball. When the Reds are winning close games throughout the 2015 season, there's no doubt, barring injury, who will get the ball in the ninth inning. The eighth That's another story.

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