1. Big News Day In Cincinnati; More Rumors

    The Reds lost 12-5 to the Phillies. That’s all I’m going to say about that. Answered Prayers Johnny Gomes was called up today replacing Darnell McDonald who was designated for assignment, thank you God...

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  2. Cincinnati Reds Win, Trade Rumors Begin

    With the health problems currently ailing the Reds, Aaron Harang was just what the doctor ordered. The big right hander looked brilliant last night going seven full, only allowing one run off of four hits...

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  3. Now Batting for the Reds, Left Fielder… Darnell McDonald? Again?

    According to the Cincinnati Enquirer, Darnell McDonald will start in left field again tonight. I just wonder why we, as Reds fans, are continually surprised when Dusty does things like this...

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  4. Cincinnati Reds Hit Skid Row

    Coming into last night's match against the Phillies, the Reds had dropped their last three games. With the lineup they put out on the field against the reigning champs, it didn’t look like they were interested in putting a stop to their skid...

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  5. Questions To Be Answered in Cincinnati

    Right off the heels of sweeping the Arizona Diamondbacks, my beloved Cincinnati Reds were swept themselves by the San Diego Padres, who, by all accounts, are much worse than their NL West foes in the desert...

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  6. A Tough Pill to Swallow: Reds Winning Streak Ends Against Struggling San Diego

    It’s true you "can’t win ‘em all," but that phrase offers very little solace when you lose a game you should have won against a pitcher or team that is not very good...

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  7. With the Cincinnati Reds in First, What Do We Do with Alex Gonzalez?

    The Reds are currently in first place in the NL Central. That just feels good to say. I know, they’re tied with the Cards and the Brewers, but we’re there. I also realize that it’s early in the season...

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  8. New Photos Page and Whatnot

    A friend of mine back in the Fifth Grade told me that if you put the words “and whatnot” at the end of your sentences, you’ll sound smart. Best advice I’ve ever been given...

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  9. Reds-Diamondbacks: Owings Tops Haren?

    The Arizona front office was no doubt cringing as they watched their former third-round draft pick, Micah Owings, throw seven innings of four-hit, one-run baseball against their current ace, Danny Haren...

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  10. The Hit Parade Moves to Phoenix

    The Reds were not in the mood to mess around tonight. Their bats heated up yet again as they scored 13 runs off of 18 hits and sent Jon Garland to the showers early. Bronson Arroyo rebounded from his miserable outing last week...

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  11. The D-Backs Are Fond of Former Reds… Apparently.

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  12. Cincinnati Reds vs. St. Louis Cards: It Doesn't Get Any Better

    I picked a great game to go to Saturday. That’s all there is to it. I got to the park early, because that’s how I roll. I was on a mission...

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  13. Redlegs Continue To Impress

    The Reds are a funny team. In two games with their makeshift lineup, the Reds have found ways to win. I doubt I’m the only one who’s surprised...

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  14. Beleaguered Reds Take On Cards

    The Cincinnati Reds will play host this weekend to the St. Louis Cardinals who presently sit atop the NL Central standings. The Cards will throw Joel Pinero (4-1, 3.24) against the Reds’ young fireballer Johnny Cueto (2-1, 1...

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  15. Give Me Laynce Nix!

    According to Dusty Baker via Reds.com: “I called Dickerson in and talked to him,” Baker said. “I said, ‘Hey man, you’ve got to go back to work and get it back together...

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  16. These Reds Are Fighters

    One night after a very forgettable blowout at the hands of their NL Central foes, the scrappin’ Cincinnati Reds took the final game of the short series against the Milwaukee Brewers, 6-5...

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  17. Cincinnati Reds Get Thrashed

    The Reds lost to the Brewers 15-3. Actually, the Reds lost the game before many fans were able to find their seats. Not too many good things to say about tonight, but I’ll start with the positives...

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  18. Why SportsCenter Must Be Stopped

    A few posts ago, when Edinson Volquez was to face Javier Vazquez, I made the joke that it was the first time two “-quez’s” had ever faced each other...

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  19. Happy Cinco de Mayo for Cincinnati Reds

    Reds shutout the Marlins in front of a screaming crowd of 11." title="Marlins fans disappointed" width="410" height="314" /> The Reds shutout the Marlins in front of a screaming crowd of 11...

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  20. Cincinnati Reds Lose in Long Fishing Trip

    This game was so long, I can’t even remember what happened in the beginning. I think I remember something about Aaron Harang having a good night. Something about Josh Johnson looking dominant...

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  21. The Big Donkey Report

    As the Reds’ struggles in left field continue, I thought it might be a good idea to post an update on how Adam Dunn’s year is going in Washington. I’m feeling a little crazy today, so I decided to get my stats on...

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  22. Reds-Pirates: Two Outta Three Ain't Bad

    What more can you say about Johnny Cueto? The kid seems to get better with every start. Cueto went eight innings, gave up only four hits, walked one batter, and struck out nine Pirates in the Reds' 5-0 victory...

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  23. Buccos Take Down Reds

    Micah Owings struggled from the get-go and fell to 1-3 on the season in tonight’s 8-6 loss. The Pirates got the hit parade started early as batters one through eight dropped a four spot on the Reds before the first inning came to an end...

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  24. RedsFest Makes for Best Day Ever

    Here is proof that I did indeed meet Joey Votto and Adam Rosales at RedsFest this past December. Needless to say, I was as thrilled as a thirteen-year-old girl at a Jonas Brothers concert...

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  25. Shutout Deja Vu for Bronson Arroyo

    The crafty, innings-eater Bronson Arroyo showed up tonight, thankfully. Arroyo went eight innings, gave up four hits, and allowed no runs against his former club. He improves his record to 4-1...

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