Darnell McDonald Retires

Veteran outfielder Darnell McDonald announced his retirement from baseball late last night. McDonald re-signed with the Cubs on a minor league deal in December, but he has instead decided to call it a career. McDonald will be remembered mostly


MLB: League Reviewing Incident With Reds’ Adams

Matt Adams shoved a fan out of the way when trying to get to a playable foul ball. The fan caught the ball, gestured rudely at Adams during the incident. Now the league is looking to review it as


Joey Votto 1 Hit Shy Of 1,000 For Career

With his first hit of the 2014 season, Cincinnati Reds first baseman Joey Votto will reach the 1,000-hit mark for his career. A bit of a late bloomer, Votto made his major-league debut Sept. 4, 2007, just six days


Johnny Cueto To Start Opening Day For The Reds

For the third straight year Johnny Cueto gets the call to start opening day for Cincinnati.


Chapman Visits Reds Day After Face Surgery

"I feel a lot better than I thought I would," Chapman said, wearing a hat with the brim pulled down


What Role Did Pitching Mechanics Play In Aroldis Chapmans’ Injury?

In the case of Aroldis Chapman it is fair to examine his own mechanics as a risk factor for this type of injury?


Reds’ Chapman Publishes Photo of Injury

After suffering a line drive, Aroldis Chapman was sent to the hospital. While he is still hospitalized, he Instagramed a photo of the staples in his head after suffering the injury. Click here to see the photo. For more


Reds’ Chapman Still Hospitalized After Line Drive to the Head

It was a scary moment for Aroldis Chapman this week as he was struck in the head by a comebacker. Chapman threw a pitch clocked at 100 MPH and it came back at nearly that speed. He was struck


PHOTOS: Reds’ Chapman Gets Staples in Head

Following a fastball to the face, Aroldis Chapman, pitcher for the Cincinnati Reds, had to get a metal plate inserted into his face. Here are photos posted to his Instagram account of the staples from the surgery. Luckily, by


Chapman Could Pitch In 4-6 Weeks

Cincinnati Reds closer Aroldis Chapman had surgery Thursday night to repair a broken bone above his left