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Morning Hodgepodge

With an 8:00 game tonight, I thought some of you might want a place to chat during this fine Sunday, plus I had a couple of things that didn't merit their own posts, so I decided to throw it all together here. ... Read More...
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Up Goes Frazier!

The #2 hitter in a baseball lineup receives the second-most at bats of anyone on the team. For example, over the course of a season, the #2 hitter will have about 60 more plate appearances than the #6 hitter. S... Read More...
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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...
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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...
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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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On Barry Larkin

Barry Larkin (Chad Dotson/Redleg Nation) ***Warning: I'm gonna ramble a bit here.*** On Monday, my favorite baseball player was elected to the National Baseball Hall of Fame. I've been thinking about Barry ... Read More...
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Another Moment in Time

It’s my belief that baseball is a game that is made up of more small moments that craft themselves into  great and memorable moments than any other sport in the world. Even Buzkashi The game's natur... Read More...