Oh, and #Reds starter Johnny Cueto gettting right elbow examined today. Missed last start with stiffness. Still doesn't feel right.
Dayton Daily News "The sharks are swirling, the feeding frenzy has begun. And it is all about Johnny Cueto. With Cueto on the mound Thursday night, 20 scouts showed up to watch, knowing that the Cincinnati Reds either are going to trade him or he will become a free agent after the season. And they weren’t..." May 16
Hardball Talk "The Reds and starter Johnny Cueto didn’t reach an agreement on a contract extension before the right-hander’s Opening Day deadline. In fact, the Reds were so sure they wouldn’t be able to strike a deal, they didn’t appear to have even submitted an offer to Cueto, Jon Heyman of CBS Sports reports...." April 11
Johnny Cueto is not expected to sign an extension today, barring an unforeseen change. Thus, he will become a free agent at season's end.
The Score "Johnny Cueto's days in Cincinnati may be numbered. The right-hander's self-imposed deadline to reach an agreement on a contract extension with the Cincinnati Reds is just hours away, and it appears a deal won't get done, reports FOX Sports' Jon Morosi. The 20-game winner will be a free agent..." April 06
Cincinnati Enquirer "Reds general manager Walt Jocketty said the Reds have had some preliminary talks with Johnny Cueto about a contract extension, but that he does not expect a deal to get done by Opening Day. Cueto's agent, Bryce Dixon, set an Opening Day deadline for negotiating a new deal with the..." April 01
Cincinnati Enquirer "Johnny Cueto was expected to return to Reds camp Wednesday. Cueto returned home to the Dominican Republic to attend to a personal matter last week. "My understanding is he'll be here at some point in time (Wednesday)," Price said. "We Facetime'd him when he was way. He said he was able to do..." March 26
Reds manager Bryan Price says there is time for Johnny Cueto to return and get 2 starts & be ready for Opening Day start.
Cincinnati Enquirer "Reds starting pitcher Johnny Cueto figures while they're throwing around money like they do in baseball, why not asked for the moon - and the stars. "If I have to ask for something, I'm going to ask for $300 million," Cueto joked. "If you're asking, you can ask for any number." While Cueto..." February 19
Red Reporter "This article is late considering the fact the Max Scherzer news, press conference, and much of the analysis was done last week. I got caught up in the 10th anniversary of Red Reporter, and I sincerely apologize. If you hadn't heard, Max Scherzer signed with the Washington Nationals for 7 years..." January 29
USA Today "The Cincinnati Reds knew signing Johnny Cueto would be difficult. In the wake of the Max Scherzer deal with the Washington Nationals, it's bordering on impossible. Scherzer has agreed to a seven-year, $210 million deal. Some of the reported details: $50 million signing bonus; Scherzer will be..." January 20
Hardball Talk "Reds starter Johnny Cueto finished second in the 2014 National League Cy Young Award balloting (behind winner Clayton Kershaw) after posting an outstanding 2.25 ERA, 0.96 WHIP, and 242/65 K/BB ratio across 243 2/3 innings. Cincinnati made the no-brainer move in October to exercise his $10 million..." January 08
CBSSports.com "While paying especially close attention to the contracts of comparable pitching stars Jon Lester and especially Max Scherzer this winter, Reds ace Johnny Cueto will give the Reds through the winter and spring to try to work something out long-term but plan to cease negotiations once the season..." December 23
Cincinnati Enquirer "There's nobody on the Reds roster, general manager Walt Jocketty said on Tuesday, that's untouchable — including Johnny Cueto and Aroldis Chapman. But, he noted, the talks he's had on both have been incoming calls, not outgoing calls. "I don't know where the Chapman stuff came from — when I..." December 10
Sources: #Reds drawing heavy interest in Chapman as well as Cueto. Teams know that CIN needs to cut payroll - $17M is the current estimate.
MLB.com "In moves that were of no surprise, MLB.com has learned Tuesday that the Reds exercised the $10 million 2015 club option for ace starting pitcher Johnny Cueto and declined options for outfielder Ryan Ludwick and infielder Jack Hannahan." October 29
Cincinnati Enquirer "In a season that was more sourness than light, there was everything to be said for a big crowd on the last day to nowhere. The Reds were never about playing out the string, even though the ball had long since unwound. Players like Johnny Cueto and Aroldis Chapman had a lot to do with..." September 29
Cincinnati Enquirer "It's been more than 100 years since any starting pitcher has had a better start to a season than Reds ace Johnny Cueto. With his outing in Thursday's 5-0 victory over the Padres in the first game of a doubleheader at Great American Ball Park, Cueto became the first pitcher since 1909 to start..." May 15
Cueto to start opener. Cingrani Game 2. Bailey, Leake will be in rotation. Price has to talk to them before saying which game they'll start.
Baker said Latos' arm was barking. One reason behind the decision for starting Cueto. #reds
Johnny Cueto is listed as Monday's #reds probable starter vs. the Mets.
MLB Trade Rumors "The Reds have designated right-handers Josh Ravin and Kyle Lotzkar for assignment in order to make room on the 40-man roster for Johnny Cueto and Sean Marshall each of whom is returning from the 60-day disabled list according to assistant director of media relations Jamie Ramsey (on..." September 16
Hardball Talk "The Reds have a nice cushion on the Nationals for the second NL Wild Card spot and are only 2 1/2 games back in the National League Central division. Now comes a potential boost for the rotation. According to C. Trent Rosecrans of the Cincinnati Enquirer right-hander Johnny Cueto will start..." September 15
Hardball Talk "From C. Trent Rosecrans of the Cincinnati Enquirer comes word that Reds right-hander Johnny Cueto threw 35 pitches off a mound Tuesday at Great American Ball Park and looked “impressive.” Cueto has been on the shelf since departing his June 28 start against the Rangers with a severely-strained..." September 04
MLB.com "When he woke up on Wednesday morning injured Reds ace Johnny Cueto did not know this would be the day he could finally at long last begin a throwing program. Cueto who has not thrown since straining his right lat muscle for the third time this season during a June 28 start at Texas was first..." August 21
Talked to Johnny Cueto he is still not throwing. Doesn't know when he will start
Hardball Talk "As first reported by beat writer John Fay of the Cincinnati Enquirer, the Reds have activated right-hander Johnny Cueto from the 15-day disabled list. Pedro Villarreal was sent to Triple-A Louisville in a corresponding move to clear a 25-man roster spot. Cueto will return to the Cincy starting..." June 16
Cueto to start Sunday, dusty said ‘possible’ Cingrani stays to help bullpen
CSN Chicago "This won’t be a prizefight between Matt Garza and Johnny Cueto, who’s on the disabled list with a strained right shoulder. The Cubs and Cincinnati Reds won’t follow hockey’s code of justice either. But Garza’s wild-card personality will again be part of the storyline on Tuesday night at Wrigley..." June 11
CBSSports.com "The Nationals and Reds both lost their ace to injury on Wednesday. Stephen Strasburg and Johnny Cueto were placed on the 15-day DL with lat strains. Strasburg, 24, left last Friday's start with what was originally called an oblique injury, but an MRI showed it was really Grade I lat strain. The..." June 06
Cueto to the DL with lat injury. #reds
Cincinnati Enquirer "Johnny Cueto was scratched from his start tonight. Right-hander Pedro Villarreal will start instead. Villarreal was 1-3 with a 5.03 ERA at Triple-A. He went seven innings and allowed two runs on four hits in his last start. Today is Villarreal’s normal day to start. Left-hander Tony Cingrani,..." June 05
ESPN.com "Reds manager Dusty Baker says he doesn't understand why Cubs pitcher Matt Garza was incensed by Johnny Cueto's pitch high over David DeJesus' head and suggested the two pitchers should settle the dispute with their fists. Baker said Monday that the Cincinnati ace "couldn't have hit Wilt..." May 28
Chicago Tribune "The final day of the Cubs' road trip provided some postgame fireworks as Matt Garza sent a warning to Reds pitcher Johnny Cueto after an alleged purpose pitch. Garza, who lasted only four innings in the second start of his comeback, said the league should investigate an incident in which Cueto..." May 27
CSN Chicago "Anyone doubting whether there’s any life left in this Cubs team – or wondering why Matt Garza could fit into the organization’s long-range plan – should listen to this. Still ticked off even after Sunday’s 5-4 comeback victory over the Cincinnati Reds, Garza sent a message to Johnny Cueto at..." May 27
Hardball Talk "Johnny Cueto‘s minor-league rehab assignment is over after two starts at Single-A and John Fay of the Cincinnati Enquirer reports that he’ll come off the disabled list to start for the Reds on Monday. Cueto allowed one run in eight innings while rehabbing, striking out eight and walking zero,..." May 15
Dayton Daily News "Is Johnny Cueto ready to shed the green, black and white uniform of the Class A Dayton Dragons and slip back into his more comfortable Cincinnati Reds uniform? He is so excited about it, he quickly answered the question in English. Normally, the Dominican-born Cueto uses a translator to..." May 15
Cincinnati Enquirer "Johnny Cueto’s return is still at the very least a week away, meaning Tony Cingrani could still have two starts before the Reds have to make a decision on what to do with their rotation. Cueto is scheduled to pitch Tuesday in Dayton and his next scheduled start would then be on Sunday, May 19...." May 12
Cincinnati Enquirer "Reds Opening Day starter Johnny Cueto threw 50 pitches in three innings for Class-A Dayton on Thursday and should be ready to make his next rehab start on his regular four-day rest. “I know the team needs me,” Cueto said through interpreter Thomas Vera on Thursday after giving up a run on four..." May 10
Cincinnati Enquirer "Johnny Cueto will don a Dayton Dragons uniform for the first time since 2006 on Thursday as he will make a rehab appearance for the Reds’ Class-A team against the Lansing Lugnuts at Fifth Third Field. Cueto has been on the disabled list since April 15 with a strained right lat. He was scheduled..." May 09
MLB.com "The Reds will be off on Thursday but ace Johnny Cueto will be at the ballpark to get some work in. Cueto said he was scheduled to have another bullpen session. On Monday, he threw 25 pitches from the mound and felt no ill-effects in his oblique area. “I feel pretty good,” Cueto said. Cueto..." May 08
MLB.com "Reds ace Johnny Cueto appears to have gotten over the setback to his right oblique. Cueto long tossed on Monday and threw 25 pitches in the bullpen on Monday. “He did very well. He looked very good and said he felt very good,” head trainer Paul Lessard said. Cueto is scheduled to see Dr. Tim..." May 06
Cincinnati Enquirer "Johnny Cueto will make a rehab start for Double-A Pensacola on Friday. Cueto will fly to Cincinnati today and be examined by Dr. Tim Kremchek tomorrow. He’ll throw 60 to 70 pitches for the Blue Wahoos. The plan is for Cueto to make another rehab start in Dayton Wednesday, May 8. “That’s what..." May 02
MLB.com "Reds ace Johnny Cueto, currently on the 15-day disabled list for a strained right lat muscle, was scheduled to head back to Cincinnati for a medical checkup. Assuming all goes well as expected, he will head out on a Minor League rehab assignment. Cueto is scheduled to start on Friday for..." May 01
MLB.com "Reds ace Johnny Cueto just came in after a 45-pitch bullpen session. “It was pretty good, no pain,” Cueto said. “I threw my breaking ball, everything.” It was Cueto’s second time off of a mound since going on DL with strained lat muscle. He wasn’t sure what was next but thought a minor..." April 29