The news on the MLB lockout front is not particularly encouraging, but Chris Garber, Nate Dotson, and I try to find a silver lining. Plus: Top 5 second basemen in Cincinnati Reds history, with some names that will surprise you.

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3 Responses

  1. Jonathan Linn

    I agree. The Owners and Players should think and plan on how to grow the game and not scrabble over a few million dollars. Look at the NFL – it has grown tremendously….MLB is dying…I am 40 and don’t know a lot people in my age group who love baseball. Most love the NFL…

    • Doug Gray

      For your entire life, literally, the NFL has been more popular than MLB has. After going back-and-forth in the 70’s the NFL reclaimed the spot in 1982 and has remained atop ever since.