2005 Reds

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Deja Vu, Part Deux

The Reds were 149-175 under Dan O’Brien. That’s a .460 winning percentage. Under Wayne Krivsky (assuming they lose after they lost again today), they’re 98-115 - an identical .460 winning... Read More...
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I love this

This is a good example of why I want Adam Dunn to be a Red for life: Cincinnati originally had a two-run lead thanks to Dunn. With two outs in the sixth and a one-run lead, the left fielder tattooed a drive th... Read More...
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McCoy’s Plan

DDN beat writer Hal McCoy offers his prescription for the Reds' woes. The Plan: 1. Boost payroll by $20M to $80M. Hal says, "Close to $40 million will arrive from television, radio and internet revenue, pl... Read More...
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Final game

Well, today's the last game of the 2005 regular season, and what a season it's been. Lots of highs, many more lows, and plenty of items to discuss. John Fay turns an eye to next year in today's Enquirer. He ... Read More...
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Why Keisler?

Why did Randy Keisler get the remaining four starts left in the rotation spot left after Luke Hudson was removed? I can think of nine pitchers I'd have rather seen get those four starts. Matt Belisle Justin G... Read More...