The party is over. Now what?

If there was an All-Star team for city-wide event hosts, Bob Castellini and the city of Cincinnati would be Mike Trout. Kudos to them for throwing a gracious, thoughtful, fabulous affair. The bottom line was th... Read More...

70-game batting check-up

As of yesterday (not counting last night's game) the Reds have played 70 of their 162 games. Let's take a look at how the first-team hitters are doing. These tables are based on their stats compiled through... Read More...

Better with the home runs

After trying baseball for a game without hitting a couple home runs, the Cincinnati Reds decided their project worked better with the long ball, as Joey Votto, Todd Frazier and Jay Bruce continue to carry th... Read More...

Game of Groans

A second inning of Burke Badenhop proved to be a bridge too far. With Aroldis Chapman resting peacefully in Savelandia, the Cubs got back-to-back hits in the bottom of the 11th inning to plate the winning ru... Read More...

Uncle

Other than live sporting events on TV or online, I get my news via Twitter now. Other methods are molasses-slow by comparison. With no local or national televised broadcast of today's game, that's the way I fir... Read More...

We’re going streaking!

The Washington Nationals hadn't lost two games in a row in May. The Cincinnati Reds hadn't won two games in a row since May 14. Fortunately, they went ahead and played the game, mainly as a pretext to give out ... Read More...