Misfiring (some Reds managers)

All the speculation on whether Bryan Price would return to the Reds as their manager has now concluded. He will be back next year for sure, with an option year included. To most involved with Redleg Nation, we ... Read More...

A no-hit win for the Reds

Most of you have never heard of Ken Johnson. He toiled in the major leagues for 13 seasons, pitched for some bad teams and was what you would call a “late bloomer.” He died in obscurity on November... Read More...

Another Season in the Sun

Opening Day is the start of the new season. It’s about new beginnings, getting fresh and forgetting last year for better or worse. We’re all new when the first pitch is thrown. Anything can happen... Read More...

The Specialness of Opening Day

Opening Day. Opening Day is one game, at one place and at the Sanctuary City of Baseball on the banks of the Ohio River. To Reds fans and the City of Cincinnati, Opening Day is close to sacred. This is nothin... Read More...

Remembering Jim O’Toole

An already dismal, depressing off-season for Reds fans got worse the day after Christmas. Our family-- Redleg Nation-- lost Jim O'Toole. He passed away at the age of 78 after a long bout with cancer. Most... Read More...

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...