Thanks to Brodrod, now we have a graphic for the Free Edwin Encarnacion! movement (it’s in the sidebar, as well):

So what did EdE do last night? Well, Narron didn’t start him, of course, but Encarnacion pinch-hit and delivered big, with two RBI that led the Reds to a come-from-behind victory against the Mets.

There is no reason why Encarnacion shouldn’t be in the lineup every day! Let the big guy onto the field, Jerry Narron! Start him every single day! Free Edwin Encarnacion!

3 Responses

  1. orangeandbrown

    Boy, are you right about this. I absolutely do not understand the rationale behind this. Rich Aurilia is too hot? Really? I think it is an undue concern with defense, but EE is a legitimate talent who needs work.

    Just because you were “holding your breath” on every ball (as Steve Stewart said last night) doesn’t mean that he didn’t make most of the plays. Breath, and put him in the lineup.

  2. Brodrod

    I’m glad my userbar caught on. 🙂

  3. Philip

    One of you guys who live in Cincy, drag Narron in the street…beat him senseless, convince him to resign and put us out of our misery!!! He not only is a living contradiction of himself, he is a frickin’ horrible manager, with crap for brains!!!!
    The guys are right….as of now Narron is 0-2, but if we had tape and looked back, I’m sure we could pin at least 5 or 6 more on him…at least!!!