The Reds actually beat the Cubs

The Reds jumped out to a 5-0 lead in the third inning. But the Cubs came roaring back. The Cubs hit four home runs off Brandon Finnegan, and quickly cut the Reds lead to 6-5. Here we go again. The Reds en... Read More...

“Innings Eater”

When the Reds signed Alfredo Simon to a one-year deal on March 17th, the general consensus was that they signed him to be an "innings eater." The Reds needed another starter to eat innings at the major league l... Read More...

Chicago Cubs Preview: The Arms

“Pitching wins championships”: that’s the phrase that weak hitting teams use to validate their fringy playoff chances. You can’t have it all, these GMs seem to say, so might as well fo... Read More...

Reds drop third straight

The Reds got off to a quick start in St. Louis. Jay Bruce hit a solo home run in the top of the first to get the Reds on the board. The Cardinals would come back and tie the game in the third. It would stay ... Read More...

The Cardinal Back Alley Way

We hear often that the St. Louis Cardinals are God's gift to major league baseball. We hear they do everything the right way. The national media never misses the chance to put the saint in St. Louis. Right n... Read More...
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Reds lose fifth straight game

The Reds lost their fifth straight game on Friday night in St. Louis. David Holmberg allowed two home runs in the first inning, and that was all the Cardinals needed for a 2-1 win. The Reds had the tying run on... Read More...