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Sickening

Red Reporter has done a great job of ruining my weekend by linking to this New York Times article from 1995. Don't go read it on an empty stomach. Remember when Jim Bowden was GM of our beloved Reds and he tra... Read More...
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No news from the winter meetings

Mark Sheldon and John Fay and C. Trent are busily pecking away on their keyboards, but you have to feel sorry for them since it's quite clear that the Reds aren't going to do anything of note during baseball's ... Read More...
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Jim Bowden resigns from Nationals

From MLB.com: VIERA, Fla. -- Jim Bowden resigned as general manager of the Nationals on Sunday morning. His replacement has not been named. Though he was under fire for his possible, though denied, connectio... Read More...
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Leatherpants gets another ex-Red

From ESPN: The Washington Nationals and Adam Dunn have agreed to a two-year contract, according to multiple reports. The deal could be announced as early as Thursday, the Washington Post reported. I'm very c... Read More...
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Let Us All Rejoice!

Hope everyone's enjoying their holiday season but, no, that's not the only reason to be rejoicing right now. First, Gary Majewski just made the defending world champions worse. Then, as if there weren't enou... Read More...
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More Honors for the Reds

I'm getting really tired of seeing my favorite teams on lists like this: "Baseball's Most Embarrassing People, Places and Things": Bob Castellini and Walt Jocketty, Owner and General Manager Cincinnati Reds Th... Read More...
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Short hops

--The Reds will be looking for a big right-handed bat in the off-season, evidently. Matt Holliday and Magglio Ordonez are names mentioned that might be available in trade, but I can't see either of those happe... Read More...