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October’s Refugees

Over at The Hardball Times, Chris Jaffe has an interesting piece on the best players of the "wild card era" who have never played in a playoff game. Two 2010 Reds are mentioned, along with a prominent former Re... Read More...
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Jay’s Classy Answer

In writing today about Jake Daubert's untimely death in 1924, I was struck by the comments written about him and then I thought about Jay Bruce and his comments after losing the ball in the lights in last night... Read More...
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Aaron Harang

Tom Groeschen writes a pretty nice piece in today's Enquirer on Aaron Harang: Aaron Harang helped carry the Reds through some lean years, but the former staff ace is uncertain if he will be on Cincinnati's fir... Read More...
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How We Got Here – Pitching

Yesterday, we looked at how the Reds' Lake Wobegon offense (everybody's above average) led to the team's first winning record in a decade. Today, the pitching. Pitching is quite a bit harder to parse than hit... Read More...
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Thanks, Aaron

Aaron Harang probably - hopefully - pitched his last game as a Cincinnati Red yesterday. He was ineffective, as he was in his first start back from the DL, and frankly, as he's been for large parts of the last... Read More...