Riverfront Stadium (Photo: Rick Dikeman)

The day the Reds got Tom Seaver

For the first time since 1969, the Reds had an ace pitcher. The Reds had a stopper. A stud. A guy nobody wanted to face. A dominating pitcher that could anchor a pitching staff.

Spring Training Surprises

Like baseball itself, Spring Training has changed and evolved over the years. Logistically, it sure has for Cincinnati. The Reds left Florida for Arizona in 2010, a move that probably still irks some in the ... Read More...

A 120-inning reliever?

A starting pitcher has a larger impact on a baseball team than does a reliever. That claim is as much a matter of opinion as the operation of addition. Full-time starters throw 180-220 innings in a single seaso... Read More...