Cincinnati Reds catcher Tucker Barnhart won his first career Gold Glove Tuesday evening, securing the honor among National League catchers. MLB managers and coaching staffs to pick winners based on overall fielding excellence. Staffs are not allowed to vote for their own players. The Reds Signed Barnhart, to a four-year $16 million extension in late September of this season. For
Growing up in Brownsville, Indiana, Tucker Barnhart watched the Reds on TV. On Friday, September 22, he signed a 4-year contract extension with the team that will guarantee him $16.0 million with a club option and escalators that can make the deal worth $24.5 million. Tucker would have been eligible for arbitration for the first time after the season, but
A central Indiana little league will get a makeover at the end of the summer, thanks to the Cincinnati Reds and a hometown player.