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  • Trio of Phillips, Cozart, Hamilton earns Gold Glove noms

    Reds second baseman Brandon Phillips, shortstop Zack Cozart and center fielder Billy Hamilton are all National League finalists at their respective positions for Rawlings Gold Gold Awards, which are given each year for defensive excellence.

  • Negron's ebullience caught Reds' attention

    Recalled from Triple-A Louisville on July 10, Kristopher Negron infused energy on offense and played solid defense at multiple positions for Cincinnati over the final 10 weeks of the 2014 season, and the utility player could be a valuable piece in '15.

  • Reds prospect Iglesias makes debut in AFL

    Raisel Iglesias, a highly touted Cuban right-hander signed by the Reds in June, made his first appearance stateside Monday when he pitched a scoreless inning in the Arizona Fall League.

  • Reds dismiss third-base coach; rest of staff remains intact

    Steve Smith is out as Reds third-base coach, the team announced Monday while saying the rest of the staff would remain intact.

  • After disappointment, Villarreal works way back to bigs

    With only three Major League games behind him in 2013, Reds pitcher Pedro Villarreal didn't know if he would ever get another chance. As September callups were being summoned that season, it sure didn't look good for Villarreal when he was instead outrighted off of the 40-man roster.