The King of Cool

Billy McCool. Now you have to admit, that's a cool name. Billy McCool was a relief pitcher for the Cincinnati Reds. He had good stuff. He was lefthanded. And he had the cool name. He broke in with the Red... Read More...
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Jim Maloney’s Easiest No-Hitter

(This is the third in a series of articles about Cincinnati Red pitchers to throw no-hitters. Twelve Red hurlers have thrown no-hitters, including Homer Bailey’s gem against the Pittsburgh Pirates last s... Read More...
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George Culver’s Career Day

(This is the first in a series of articles about Cincinnati Reds pitchers who have thrown no-hitters. Twelve Red hurlers have thrown no-hitters, including Homer Bailey’s gem against the Pittsburgh Pirate... Read More...
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Wayne Granger

John Erardi does it again today, with a short interview with former Reds great reliever, Wayne Granger: The Reds' acquisition of second baseman Joe Morgan before the 1972 season is regarded as the crowning glo... Read More...