In The Press

I enjoy telling my story, but sometimes the best perspective comes from someone else. If you're interested in learning a bit more about me through the eyes of people much more talented with a pen than I am, here are some articles In the news that I think are well written and offer a unique and fair perspective.

Trevor Bauer uses leaked phone number to create giveaway

Cincinnati Reds pitcher Trevor Bauer organized a giveaway after his phone number was mistakenly shown during an ESPN broadcast of the Korea Baseball Organization.

ESPN

Trevor Bauer Wants To Keep Us Positive Amid The Coronavirus Outbreak

Trevor Bauer used the weekend to play a little bit of ball and help those around his own baseball community.

Forbes

Ken Griffey Jr., Trevor Bauer Invest in Sports and Culture Platform PlayersTV

Baseball hall-of-famer Ken Griffey Jr. and All-Star pitcher Trevor Bauer are investing in PlayersTV, the network dedicated to sports lifestyle and culture.

Yahoo! Sports

Bauer wraps up '69 Days of Giving' campaign

Hurler donates nearly $70K to Max S. Hayes HS in Cleveland

MLB.com

Trevor Bauer cares. He just doesn’t care what you think.

The forefront of baseball science is located within a row of warehouses fit with bland aluminum siding. Tucked away in an industrial section of Kent, Wash., is Driveline Baseball, where data drives development.

Major League Bastian

Real or not? Trevor Bauer is as good as he says he is

Trevor Bauer will tell you he's going to win the 2019 Cy Young Award. In fact, he has already said it. In a profile in Sports Illustrated a couple of months ago -- you should read the whole piece

ESPN

#FeelGoodFriday: Trevor Bauer continues donating to charity with every strikeout

Last season, Cleveland Indians pitcher Trevor Bauer started his 69 Days of Giving campaign. He donated $420.69 to different organizations for 68 days in a row, and $69,420.69 on the 69th to Max Hayes High School, an inner-city Cleveland school focused on STEM courses.

Yahoo! Sports

Trevor Bauer is confident that he will return to his best form in the 2020 season

There is no question the Reds need Trevor Bauer to be the best version of himself on the mound next summer, and he isn’t planning on taking much of a break in the offseason

Cincinnatti Inquirer

I want to be the absolute best

The conversation began with a simple inquiry. 

Major League Bastian

Improved

Bauer's goal: Be 'better person, player' with Reds

ESPN