September 15, 2014

Can the Reds make a run at the division?

Chris Heisey, Rod Barajas, Bob Davidson

If the season ended today, the Reds would have a spot in the one game playoff for the post season. Any playoff baseball is good, but the Reds want to also make some noise by taking their division. oem software download Currently the Reds are 2 games because the Cardinals and 6 games behind the Pirates. Popular belief is the Pirates will eventually fade, so as the Reds look to put some wins … [Read more...]

Arbitration pains

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The Reds currently have six current arbitration eligible players Mat Latos - he wants $4.7 million, the Reds offered $4.15 million. Homer Bailey - he wants $5.8 million, the Reds offered $4.75 million Shin-Soo Choo - he wants $8 million, the Reds offered $6.75 million The other players who filed for arbitration are outfielder Chris Heisey, Mike Leake and reliever Alfredo Simon. AOL sports talks … [Read more...]

Hal McCoy needs a ride to the game

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Are you a Reds fan in Dayton? Do you have a car? Do you want to go for free? I must credit for the story but it is worth a share. Basically McCoy needs a ride to the games and is willing to trade a seat in the pressbox. As most of you know, I am legally blind and unable to drive. For the past five years, my friend Larry Glass has been my driver from Dayton to Cincinnati and back for Cincinnati … [Read more...]

Reds core players are pretty darn good

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Reading an article by Matt Snyder on CBS sports, there is one quote that gets me very excited. With Votto, Phillips, Bruce, Chapman, Latos, Cueto, Hamilton, Shin-Soo Choo, Todd Frazier, Devin Mesoraco, Zack Cozart, Homer Bailey and more, the Reds have star power, role players, depth and potential for improvement in several areas. They are set up to contend every year for the foreseeable future. … [Read more...]

Joey Votto, is the MVP back at first base?

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In less than a month the Reds will begin spring training. There are a ton of questions around this team but one of the most important is the health of Joey Votto's knee. Thinking back to early last season, Votto was on his way to an MVP type season and then injured the knee on a slide into third base. Two surgeries and a rough rehab later Votto was back for the Reds but never quite got back to … [Read more...]

There is power in the Reds

Joey Votto, Jonathan Lucroy

Power rankings that is.  Go ahead, google it. Look at the popular pick for number 1 in the power rankings. Now, I never care about rankings, I can take them or leave them. However, it is cool to see that the Reds are now officially on everyone's radar. Both the Pirates and Cardinals have altered their pitching rotations to match up when they play the Reds. The Pirates are a very good team … [Read more...]

Big series this weekend at GABP

Zack Cozart, Neil Walker

With the Reds currently holding the best record in the majors and a 3.5 game lead over the Pirates for the NL Central, they welcome the chasers into Cincinnati this weekend for a 3 game series that could show a lot. No matter what happens the Reds will come out of the weekend still in first place. However, I am hoping the Reds can take at least two of the three and hold a solid lead in the … [Read more...]

Reds Acquire Royals Closer Broxton for 2 Minor League Prospects

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The Reds did not get the leadoff man they, or the fans desired but they did make a surprising move that helped bolster their bullpen. The Reds acquired from the Kansas City Royals for … [Read more...]

Live Blogging Hens Bats Today

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We're blogging at you today LIVE from Fifth Third Field in Toledo and I'm keeping a close eye on the Bats dugout for any "activity". Any hugs, handshakes etc, we'll break it to you here. In the meantime lets get caught up shall we? … [Read more...]

Are the Reds the best in baseball?

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In the last 10 games, yes. Everyone knows the baseball season is a long race. There are about 40 million games that gives teams a chance to show what they really are. Going into the season we knew the Reds were a good team. A couple of offseason moves got fans excited about the pitching and the offensive power potential the Reds had. Also, we had Joey Votto. This was the one player that could … [Read more...]