Bengals Break: ‘Whit’ Worth New Deal?, Reds Draft


Today, Is Andrew Whitworth worthy of a new deal? Reds start MLB Draft with a couple of solid players, Reds beat Phillies, and much more on Bengals Break. is Fansided’s premier site for everything Bengals

Can Andrew Whitworth Earn Another Contract In 2015?: Andrew Whitworth is more than just a leader for this Bengals organization on and off the field. He is the heart and soul of that offensive line. His leadership and ability to help younger players gives the Bengals an offensive edge, but is it enough to give him a new contract even just for a year or two?

Bengals’ Rex Burkhead: Ready For the Next Step: Rex Burkhead has stepped up when his number was called. He has been a weapon in the short passing game, and he has eaten snaps to give Jeremy Hill a break, when Giovani Bernard went down last season. Could he get the bigger role he craves this season?

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2015 MLB Draft: Reds Select Catcher 11th overall: Tyler Stephenson is a solid overall pick who was expected to be in the top 10, but with the first three picks going to shortstops, he fell right in the Reds lap. Check out some of his game tape and his early scouting numbers, broken down by’s Matt Wilkes.

2015 MLB Draft: Reds Select a Pair Pitchers in Second Round: The Reds had three picks on Monday nights opening rounds of the 2015 MLB Entry Draft. They added depth at catcher with a young High School player out of Atlanta. Then they decided to add the much needed depth with not one but two pitchers to round out day one. Who did they take and what does their early scouting report say?

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Reds Get Elusive Back to Back Victories: There has been no hiding the struggles of the Reds as of late. In fact, the last time they won consecutive games was a week ago when they swept the Nationals and then the 12th and 13th of May, beating the braves and then Giants. This times they beat the Phillies and who they beat may surprise most Reds fans.

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UC’s Ian Happ goes to the Cubs: Ian Happ’s stock has been on the rise and after a solid junior season, he became the first Bearcat drafted in the first round and top ten all in the same night. Check out what made him so attractive and what this could mean for the Cincinatti Bearcats (thanks MLB Network for the spelling lesson) baseball program.