Week two of the randomized 2020 Cincinnati Reds simulated season is behind us, and it was another good week for Cincinnati.
Week one of the randomized 2020 Cincinnati Reds simulated season is behind us. Let's take a look at how things worked out for the Reds.
Without baseball starting today, we're going to take a different - but fun approach - to simulating some Cincinnati Reds baseball games.
If the Reds were planning on bookending their season, I would have preferred the second win be at the end of the World Series.
For about a month now, the Reds season has dragged, lost between unimportant and uninteresting. This weekend, that'll change thanks to Eugenio Suarez.
Sonny Gray took a no-hitter into the seventh inning, but then the wheels came off and Kyle Lewis dashed the Reds hopes once again.
Another season, another September plagued by "storylines for next year" and storylines about another sport. Why the Reds need to accept they need change.
Michael Lorenzen is the best Reds hitting pitcher of all time at least until Eugenio Suarez takes the mound in a mop-up game sometime.
Reds lose for the fourth time in three days. Can we just not play baseball for a day? I don't like losing.
Jose Iglesias and Joey Votto: The two biggest talking points going into 2019. Who should stay, who should go, and most importantly, who's right?
For nearly a decade, the Reds have traded offense for defense at shortstop. If they hope to contend in 2020, that needs to change.