The first show of the new decade is here, and we’re celebrating the newest Cincinnati Red: Shogo Akiyama. Bill Lack and I discuss what the signing means for the rest of the off-season, especially in light of persistent rumors that the Reds are still trying to acquire another outfielder.

We also put the finishing touches on the last decade by counting down the Top Ten Most Memorable Moments of the 2010s for the Redlegs.

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5 Responses

  1. LWBlogger2

    The Reds plan on using the Patriots’ and Astros’ model (cheating) to win in 2020. They plan to deploy 5 outfielders using personal cloaking devices on two of them. If the technology is up to scratch, opposing teams and MLB will be none the wiser to their devious plan.

    Happy New Year RLN!

  2. Mark Moore

    Solid list, guys. I have a personal one from 2006 that ranks up there. I watched David Ross hit a walk-off against the Dirty Birds one evening. I paid the $5 general admission and just walked around the concourse that evening. I left with a lot of happy, screaming Reds fans and more than a few disappointed Cards fans that night.

    Here’s to 2020! It’s the 30th anniversary of the infamous wire-to-wire season and hope runs high. I now have a mint set of 1990 Upper Deck cards and sorted out the Reds set for “luck”.

    • LWBlogger2

      I was at that game with my dad! It was awesome from the Mezzenine.

  3. LWBlogger2

    By the way, Bill Lack’s impression of Reds’ fans is frighteningly accurate. They worry about the cash and payroll like it is their money.