Storylines: Simon returns to Cincinnati

Today's piece focuses on Alfredo Simon returning to Cincinnati on a major league contract, the Indians adding another outfielder, Justin Morneau suffers a setback, and more.
March 17, 2016

Reds sign Alfredo Simon to one-year deal

With Cincinnati in rebuilding mode, the team has opted to sign veteran pitcher Alfredo Simon in hopes that he can anchor the rotation and provide quality depth on what figures to be a young team.
March 17, 2016

Salazar struggles in 6-0 loss to Tigers

Danny Salazar struggled in just 3 2/3 innings of work on Saturday, and the Tribe couldn't get the bats rolling in a 6-0 loss to the Tigers.
September 5, 2015

Fantasy Baseball: Week 3 Stock Watch

Fantasy Baseball Expert Brett Tailey assesses a few pitchers who have gotten off to surprisingly good or bad starts. Is it time to buy low or sell high?
April 27, 2015

Indians offense falters in 4-1 loss to Tigers

The Indians were only able to muster one run in a 4-1 loss to the Tigers on Saturday. TJ House, filling in for the ill Trevor Bauer, only lasted three innings to take the loss.
April 25, 2015

A Way Too Early Look at Alfredo Simon

This winter, one of the more puzzling moves was trading serviceable players/prospects like Eugenio Suarez and Jonathan Crawford to the Reds for Alfredo Simon. Simon essentially had one good half as a starter in his entire career and the Tigers bet big on him doing something close to that in 2015. Three starts don’t mean much, but it’s gone awfully well for the Tigers so far. Can this continue?
April 23, 2015

2015 Player Previews: RHP Alfredo Simon

After years of being a non-descript pitcher bouncing between the rotation and the bullpen, at 33 years old, right-hander Alfredo Simon came out of nowhere to emerge as a 15-game winner and All-Star for Cincinnati in 2014. Was Simon’s showing a sign of a revelation, or a blip with a return to Earth in store for the big righty?
March 20, 2015

Reds Make Splash at Winter Meetings

There had been much speculation that Cincinnati would deal some starting pitching this offseason and it was confirmed Thursday when they traded Mat Latos and Alfredo Simon. They returned four players still early in their careers and it could be construed as motivation by payroll relief and perhaps more of a youth movement.
December 11, 2014