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Ummm…not good

Wow, ugly outings for Bronson Arroyo and Francisco Cordero against the Reds minor leaguers tonight. Arroyo: 3 innings, 7 hits, 6 earned runs. CoCo: 2 IP, 3 hits, 4 runs, 3 ER. Can we worry about Cordero yet? ... Read More...
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Reds 2009 Preview

It's that time of the year again, where hope springs eternal and optimism about the upcoming season is high. The Reds have lots of reasons to be hopeful entering the season. They have the makings of a good pi... Read More...
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What have we learned?

Mark Sheldon has had to leave Spring Training a bit early, but he has posted a good review of what he's learned so far: Best development: The fifth starter battle between Micah Owings and Homer Bailey has been... Read More...
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On CoCo

Is it time to get concerned about our intrepid closer, Francisco Cordero? Francisco Cordero gave up four runs in the eighth to bunch of guys with numbers in 60s and 70s. He had pitched scoreless ininng in his ... Read More...
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Reds win ugly…over the Yanks

The Reds won an ugly one this afternoon over the Yankees. Chris Dickerson hit two homers, Craig Tatum hit a grand slam, and Joey Votto also had a homer. The ugly part was the bullpen's performance: David Weat... Read More...
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Spring Training Roundup

The first weekend of spring training is over, and a few minor storylines have emerged from Reds camp in Sarasota. Among them: --Everyone's talking about Homer Bailey: John Fay, Hal McCoy, Mark Sheldon. As usu... Read More...
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Pitching, Pitching, Pitching

Everyone needs more pitching, no question. I'm not sure how the Reds are going to score any runs next year, but I'm not necessarily averse to seeking more pitching. And neither is GM Walt Jocketty. First, there... Read More...
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Closers worth the cost?

From Yahoo.Sports: (from Forbes.com) Baseball’s free agent shopping season opened Friday, and it’s unlikely to show any effects of the economic slump. Led by New York Yankees co-chairman Hank Stei... Read More...