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The Specialness of Opening Day

Opening Day. Opening Day is one game, at one place and at the Sanctuary City of Baseball on the banks of the Ohio River. To Reds fans and the City of Cincinnati, Opening Day is close to sacred. This is nothin... Read More...

Why I still miss Joe

November 15, 2007 was a rainy, cool, miserable day. It was a Thursday. The Reds season was over with Pete Mackanin as their manager. The Reds finished a woeful 72-90, 13 games behind the Division winning Chicag... Read More...

Hall of 100: Frank Robinson

Several Reds players appeared on the most recent ESPN Hall of 100, the network’s list of the one hundred greatest players of all time. Here’s my general post on their rankings. I’ve previou... Read More...

Capturing the Reds in Art

One of the best things about Redsfest is the ability to meet other Reds fans who share the same passion you do for the Cincinnati Reds. So meeting Chris Felix and seeing his art work was special at Redsfest fo... Read More...
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Wayne Granger

John Erardi does it again today, with a short interview with former Reds great reliever, Wayne Granger: The Reds' acquisition of second baseman Joe Morgan before the 1972 season is regarded as the crowning glo... Read More...