June 17, 2013
June 17, 2013
June 17, 2013
June 16, 2013
I am a huge sports fan. March Madness is the best time of the year for sports, even better than the Super Bowl. That being said, I am a baseball enthusiast. It's the toughest sport to perfect and anything can happen. Even after watching it for so long, I am still seeing things I have never seen before in the game.
My favorite teams are the Cincinnati Reds, Cincinnati Bengals, and Columbus Blue Jackets. My favorite college teams are The Ohio State University Buckeyes, UNC Tar Heels, Oregon Ducks, and Ohio Bobcats.
Just saw your note. I was doing a secondary read and that's the only thing I saw. Nice work!
kyle you need to edit your latest europa league article, you have mistaken the fact that Fenerbahce won 1-0 for benfica winning 0-1!
Well Kyle, after watching Saturday's game, and this is not hindsight as I posted to you 5 days ago, it appears having Leake start and Chapman coming out of the pen only got the Reds a loss.
Just finished your article about Chapman and pros and cons of him starting/relieving. I beleive he should start as closers are over valued in MLB. See reasons below...
• Johnson, Rodney, Motte, Clippard, Putz and Romo were nonexistent in 2011 but were shut down closers in 2012.
• Last spring, would anyone have thought the closers in the 2012 World Series would be named Romo and Coke?
• The closers for the last two World Series winners were not the closers for their teams when their championship season began.
• Only one MLB season saves leader reached the world series this century .
• Rewind to last year, would the Reds have been better off with Chapman starting and Broxton closing against SF in the playoffs vs Leake starting and Chapman closing as they did?
I just wanted to say your articles are great, and so are the whole Red's/ Bengals team, keep up the good work guys
hi kyle. would appreciate if you would change the link on the liverpool article recently. daily mail, ibtimes and others are carrying the Lucas Biglia rumour. it is generally considered hugely offensive to all supporters to quote or link to the s#n newspaper within a liverpool page or website. for further reading feel free to take a read - http://bleacherreport.com/articles/1332123-hillsborough-lies-exposed-as-liverpool-fans-and-families-finally-hear-the-truth
That was a fantastic game. The energy in the crowd while Bronson had that no-no going was insane. It was a really great game to go to. Coincidentally, that was one of the first home games I ever got to see Chapman pitch in. Electric feeling in the ball park when he gets on the mound.
My dad and I generally make the trip from NY out to Cincy once a year and catch Reds games. We try and catch them at least once when they come to NY to play the Mets and/or Yankees too.
Girlfriend and I were fortunate enough to make it out there for a Bengal game this season too. One of my favorite cities in the country.
care for a fan add?
I just published a piece this morning about Todd Frazier's bid for ROY - I was just on the Reds page and saw you had written a similar article the other day. I just wanted to reach out to you and tell you that I had no intention of doing the same type of article.
Reading through yours and mine, we did take very different approaches and cited many different examples, making several different comparisons, so its not a question of a repetitive argument, but out of respect I wanted to apologize first for doing a topic so close to one that you've already tackled.
Hey Kyle, no sign of disrespect to you but are you writing about Jeremy to get people to read your articles? How is it that you are singing a different tune from your previous article ? Look, this Jeremy lin converage has to stop .When he starts playing again , go ahead and comment .