Saturday, July 30, 2011

Saturday's Reds Nuggets

  • The Indians and Reds remain the favorites to land Houston's Michael Bourn (should he be dealt) tweets Examiner.com's Stephen Goff.
  • However, the Astros price tag for Bourn is "wildly high" writes SI's Jon Heyman.
  • Joel Sherman of the New York Post says the Reds are "less heated to make a deal" for Colorado's Ubaldo Jimenez now. 
  • The Brewers acquired former-Red Jerry Hairston Jr. from the Nationals earlier today.  ESPN's Chris Singleton was the first to break the story.
  • ESPN's Jason Churchill suggests that the Braves may look toward the Reds' Drew Stubbs if they can't strike a deal for either B.J. Upton, Coco Crisp or Bourn. 
  • Reds front office personnel tell Mark Sheldon of MLB.com that the team has no intention of selling.
  • After getting the brace removed from his left arm on Thursday, Zack Cozart is slowly resuming baseball activities.  He reportedly took some cuts off a tee and from soft-toss on Saturday writes Tyler Jett of MLB.com.
Stubbs

1 comment:

BJ Ruble said...

I'm happy with what Walt did/didn't do. I am glad he didn't sell the farm on a marginal upgrade, and honestly there wasn't much even worth calling about out there.