Reds Caravan Report: Athens, OH

The last (and only other time) I made it to a Reds Caravan stop was in the winter of 2008.* I was 13 years old, fresh out of my Little League days playing second base. Meeting Brandon Phillips just after hi... Read More...

A Healthy Eric Davis …

About five times a year, one of my fellow Reds-fan friends will bring up the hard-to-believe 1986 and 1987 Eric Davis seasons. The quote is always the same: "27 and eighty and then 37 and fifty!" When E.D. w... Read More...
article placeholder

Eric the Red

The Cincinnati Reds have had a lot of great baseball players in their long and storied history. We all know the names here at the Nation. We all know what they did. We had the greatest catcher in the history o... Read More...
article placeholder

Five Forgettable Seasons

2013 is looking good so far. Despite injuries to their #1 starter, starting leftfielder and cleanup hitter and catcher, the Reds are thick in the race for the Division as Memorial Day awaits. Their MVP is a Bo... Read More...
article placeholder

Aroldis, Aroldis…

Spring Training isn’t as dramatic as it was years ago. There was genuine competition for jobs, rotations were being established, and many times this lasted into the last week of spring training. Thatââ... Read More...
article placeholder

Eric Davis, on Marge Schott

Eric Davis had some fairly critical comments about his time in Cincinnati, in a documentary being released this weekend. More accurately, the comments were critical of former owner Marge Schott. While some of t... Read More...
article placeholder

At Least We Get to Watch Joey Votto

We’ve all been paying close attention to the Reds’ struggles lately. Correspondingly, we’re all a little depressed. In order to bring some cheer, I thought it would be nice to talk about Jo... Read More...