Hot Stove

Final Hot Stove League Rankings: "Justin case"

We've run out of fuel for the hot stove, at least for now. I've already broken down all the furniture and Charlie Scrabbles fed it his least favorite encyclopedia volumes (Zach Morris - Zamboni and QWERTYUIOP - QZZXZX).

Winter Meetings: Want/Have

Despite the nihilism (or is it crafty gamesmanship?) of the front office, we know the Reds are at least pretending at pursuing a Leadoffman - or, failing that, a coxswain. The player in question will have to man LF or SS, since those are really the only openings in the starting lineup at present .

Hot Stove League Rankings: Shortstop (II)

The Reds have yet to send any signals that they are chasing down outside help at shortstop, other than a vague interest in re-signing Orlando Cabrera under the amount of the $4M option they declined. Despite a lack of buzz, the hot stove season is young and shortstop remains a potential position of growth.

Hot Stove League Rankings: Left Field (II)

In this series, we look at the handful of positions in which the Reds have potential openings to fill during the off-season and may tap a fresh face as Opening Day starter, whether by free agency, trade or promotion from within.

Hot Stove League Rankings: Relief Pitcher

With the Hot Stove on a slow burn, we've been using that old grifter's trick of looking at the Redlegs one position at a time. Today, it's the relief corps.

Hot Stove League Rankings: Left Field

We look at the handful of positions in which the Reds have potential openings to fill during the off-season and may tap a fresh face as Opening Day starter, whether by free agency, trade or promotion from within.

Hot Stove League Rankings: Short Stop

Here we look forward to 2011 at the handful of positions in which the Reds have potential openings to fill during the off-season and may tap a fresh face as Opening Day starter, whether by free agency, trade or promotion from within.

Let's all welcome Aaron "Harnann" Miles to the club!

Some facts about the Reds new infielder, Aaron Miles.

Another Chapman thread

All Aroldis, all the time!

Aroldis Chapman - 5-year/$30 million contract.

The Reds have signed 22-year old Cuban phenom Aroldis Chapman to a 5-year/$30 million contract.

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