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  • Assistant general manager Miller leaving Reds

    Reds assistant general manager Bob Miller will be leaving the club in October when his contract expires.

  • Offense can't produce in first season under Price

    Although they changed managers after last season, the Reds felt they had a strong enough roster to not only contend for the National League Central, but be a factor in the postseason. However, a litany of injuries and a lack of offensive production prevented a playoff run.

  • Reds have crucial offseason decisions to make

    Now that a disappointing 2014 Reds season is in the books, one of the more interesting offseasons in years looms ahead. What brings intrigue is that the club could pivot in a couple of different directions as they hope its stars heal from injuries.

  • Cueto first Reds hurler with 20 victories since '88

    Until Johnny Cueto defeated the Pirates on Sunday, the last time the Reds had a 20-game winner, Ronald Reagan was president of the United States, the Berlin Wall was still fortified and "Don't Worry, Be Happy," by Bobby McFerrin was the No. 1 song on the charts.

  • Cueto helps own cause by plating go-ahead run

    With the Reds and Pirates tied in the eighth inning at Great American Ball Park on Sunday, Cincinnati manager Bryan Price decided to let starter Johnny Cueto -- in search of his career-high 20th win of the season -- bat with a runner at third and one out.