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C. Trent Rosecrans

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Past articles by C.:

Inside the wild logistics of the 29 Reds uniform combinations used this season – The Athletic

The Reds had different uniforms for each day of the week, it seemed, and it was a lot of work to keep those straight. → Read More

Joey Votto: Here's what the deal is with my practice swing

Reds slugger explains the short-motioned swing he regularly repeats in the on-deck circle. → Read More

The oral history of the Joey Votto infield popup double that didn’t count – The Athletic

GOODYEAR, Arizona – On an out-of-the-spotlight backfield in Arizona, Joey Votto showed what makes him so great. → Read More

Will Joey Votto be the next Red in Cooperstown?

While I was in Cooperstown, N.Y., for Ken Griffey Jr.'s Hall of Fame induction, I was asked by... → Read More

Reds' Jesse Winker among Bills fans donating to Andy Dalton Foundation

Count Reds outfielder Jesse Winker among those Bills fans grateful enough to donate to Andy Dalton's foundation in wake of the Bengals' win. → Read More

Reds Beat Podcast: Looking beyond the New Year

This week on the Reds Beat Podcast, we ask if there's a way the Reds could move Homer Bailey before his contract ends. → Read More

Rosecrans: Hall of Fame voting has no easy answers

Enquirer Reds beat writer C. Trent Rosecrans explains the process behind his Hall of Fame vote. → Read More

Star Wars toys: How Kenner conquered the market on a promise

In that first year, it found it could sell a certificate, not the actual toys → Read More

How an empty box became a toy icon

Imagine giving an IOU to your kid for Christmas. This Cincinnati toy company did. It worked and changed the industry forever. → Read More

Bengals linebacker Vontaze Burfict carted off after hit by Steelers JuJu Smith-Schuster

Bengals linebacker Vontaze Burfict was the second player in Monday’s Bengals-Steelers game taken off the field on a backboard and cart. → Read More

Ryan Shazier carted off field during Monday Night Football game against Cincinnati Bengals

Steelers linebacker and Ohio State alumnus Ryan Shazier was carted off the field in the first quarter on Monday Night Football → Read More

Boomer: 'You'd love to see a new-found energy around this team'

Bengals legend Boomer Esiason said he backs Andy Dalton as the team's quarterback of the future. → Read More

Reds' status unknown as Shohei Ohtani sweepstakes begin heating up

Representatives for Japanese two-way start Shohei Ohtani have started informing teams whether they will get interviews. → Read More

How would Reds' Bryan Price use Shohei Ohtani?

Reds manager Bryan Price has pondered just how he would use Japanese two-way star Shohei Ohtani if the team were land him → Read More

Hunter Greene is RedsFest's signature attraction

Even though he has just three pro games under his belt, Hunter Greene was the biggest attraction at RedFest → Read More

Meet Reds prospect Shed Long on Facebook Live

Reds prospect Shed Long will join The Enquirer's C. Trent Rosecrans for a Facebook Live discussion about life in the minors and more. → Read More

Reds 'simplifying' broadcast booth, don't renew Jim Kelch

In order to 'simplify' its broadcast team, the Reds did not renew the contract of Jim Kelch. → Read More

How the Reds could land Japanese star Shohei Ohtani

The Reds will make their best pitch to Japanese start Shohei Ohtani → Read More

Reds legend Joe Morgan to Hall of Fame voters: 'Steroid users don't belong here'

Reds legend Joe Morgan sent a letter to Hall of Fame voters asking them not to vote for players suspected of steroid usage. → Read More

Why Scott Rolen has a better Hall of Fame case than you think

Former Reds third baseman Scott Rolen is on the Hall of Fame ballot and he has a case as one of the top 10 third basemen of all time. → Read More