Last Gasps

If they stick around long enough, baseball general managers tend to get reputations. Jim "Ralph" Bowden would chase a five tool prospect for years. Wayne Krivsky never met a two-year contract extension he... Read More...

More Jocketty nonsense

Reds general manager Walt Jocketty said this about the Reds' acquisition of Marlon Byrd: "We just felt he would be a great influence on our younger players, not that much different than Scott Rolen was when ... Read More...
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Plate Approach

I'm going to try something here. I'm not going to editorialize at all. I am going to give you some information. Below is a chart with every Red who hit at least 100 times this year. There are three columns afte... Read More...
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Citizen Votto

Below is a transcript of much of Joey Votto’s conversation with Lance McAlister for those in Redleg Nation who may not have access to the podcast. Left out are a few of the opening remarks about Bryan Pr... Read More...
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Dusty Baker’s Last Rodeo

Didi and Gogo, those lost souls awaiting the mysterious, never-to-arrive Godot in Samuel Beckett’s absurdist tragicomedy have nothing on Reds’ fans, abandoned for yet another Fall, left out in the... Read More...
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Johnny? Be Good

It’s fitting that it comes down to Johnny Cueto in this “down the rabbit hole” of a season, where it was 13 runs one night, one run the next. Where the Reds best player and the Face of MLB wa... Read More...