The Cincinnati Reds made a roster move on Friday afternoon, recalling Nick Martini from Triple-A Louisville. Martini, 33 years old, has a .200 batting average in 110 at-bats in the big leagues this season, with a .200/.242/.355 slash line. He joins a Reds team that has been performing well, winning 8 of their last 10 games.

The Reds are set to travel to Milwaukee for a three-game series against the Brewers, starting Friday night. In order to make room for Martini on the roster, outfielder Blake Dunn was optioned to Triple-A Louisville.

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In other news related to the Cincinnati Reds, Frankie Montas put on a dominant performance in a recent win over the Colorado Rockies. Prospect Dominic Pirelli is making a name for himself after being promoted to Double-A. The Reds have unveiled a special field at Great American Ballpark. The team is addressing hitting struggles and searching for answers during a recent losing streak. Jeimer Candelario is heating up, while Christian Encarnacion-Strand has been placed on the injured list.

Youngster Elly De La Cruz and Hunter Greene are making significant contributions to the team. Spencer Steer is becoming a stabilizing force in the lineup. Key veteran Mike Ford has opted out of his minor league contract with Louisville. Elly De La Cruz is on a record-setting pace, and there is an ultimate guide to the 2024 Reds starting rotation, bullpen, infield, and outfield available.

There are also expectations for the Reds pitching staff ahead of the season, as well as an in-depth look at first-rounder Rhett Lowder. Prospect Edwin Arroyo has undergone season-ending surgery.

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