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RN 2012 Preview: Shortstop

Baseball season is approaching at light speed. In just a bit more than three weeks, the Reds will open the season against Miami. Correspondingly, we're getting to the end of these previews. My plan was to discu... Read More...
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RN 2012 Preview: Bullpen

In some ways, this post is the hardest one to write. Projecting the bullpen requires thinking seriously about as many as a dozen different pitchers to try and come up with a semi-reasonable idea of what we can ... Read More...
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RN 2012 Preview: Catcher

Okay, enough of this one player per preview nonsense. At catcher, we will finally be forced to deal with a position where multiple players should see significant time. Before I begin, I want to preface this pr... Read More...
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RN 2012 Preview: Center Field

Center field is the last position we have to deal with that is utterly set in stone. Like it or not, barring injury, there is no doubt Drew Stubbs will start at least 150 games. Stubbs feels like the most hate... Read More...
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RN 2012 Preview: Right Field

Writing these first few previews is so nice and easy. No need to pay attention to bench guys yet because, really, who's displacing Joey Votto or Brandon Phillips... or Jay Bruce? Jay Bruce is probably not goin... Read More...
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RN 2012 Preview: Second Base

Brandon Phillips is the crazy uncle of the Reds. He says whatever he wants to say, and we mostly love him for it. Lately, he's stuck his foot in his mouth a lot less, though. Say what you want about Dusty Baker... Read More...
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RN 2012 Preview: First Base

If I were going to pick one player, from all of baseball, to have on my team in 2012, it would be Joey Votto. Votto was not the best player in 2010. He was 10th among position players in Fangraphs ' version of ... Read More...
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Titanic Struggle Recap

Let's recap today's titanic struggle.... FINAL Cincinnati 2 St. Louis 4 WP: Carpenter (15-5) LP: Bailey (3-3) S: Franklin (24) BOX SCORE ----- --What can be said? The Reds had a chance, they didn't capitaliz... Read More...