A rough start for the Reds has some fans thinking that these are the same old Cincinnati Reds that have lost 90+ games the last three seasons. Jason Linden and I examined precisely that question, and come to some conclusions.

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3 Responses

  1. Ernest Howerton

    This team is going nowhere,can somebody please convince me otherwise.Billy cannot continue leading off,Perraza cannot play shortstop,both important cogs for playoff teams.I know it’s only been two starts for Homer,but this is the same mo for him,no consistency.Im sorry to sound so negative.

    • Anderson Sparky

      I wish I could say better days are ahead, but until a Price is bussed to Dayton and swamped out for Farrell there is no hope. This time next year, Hamilton and Garrado are starring for the Newark🐻s, Devin Mesoraco is the hitting instructor for Cal State Fullerton and Jose Peraza is flipping Taco’s at the Bell.

  2. Jeff Reed

    It’s amazing how a win tends to calm the negativity until the next loss in a long six months season.