Cincinnati Reds Lose Again

Jeff Hanisch-US PRESSWIRE

It is becoming habit forming for the Cincinnati Reds down the stretch.  They simply cannot find their bats to push across runs.  They lost again Monday evening against the St. Louis Cardinals, 4-2.  They made Jaime Garcia look like a […]

Cincinnati Reds: Results vs. Predictions

Frank Victores-US PRESSWIRE

I, just like every other writer/blogger/fan in America, made my bold and prescient predictions way back at the end of March as to how the Central Division of the National League would end up.  As a Cincinnati Reds blogger, I […]

Cincinnati Reds Closer to #1 Seed

Thomas Campbell-US PRESSWIRE

The Cincinnati Reds engineered another dramatic late inning comeback to pull to a tie with the Washington Nationals for the best record in baseball and, thus, the number 1 seed in the playoffs. The Cincinnati Reds were down 3-2 going into the top of […]

Rookie of the Year: Who Will Win in the National League?

Frank Victores-US PRESSWIRE

The National League Rookie of the Year Award is fast approaching.  As of right now, this is how the candidates appear to be shaking out. -Todd Frazier – Cincinnati Reds.  Frazier still seems to be the frontrunner for winning the […]

MLB Rumors: Dusty Baker to Come Back in St. Louis

Frank Victores-US PRESSWIRE

The Cincinnati Reds have been without their manager, Dusty Baker, since last week.  The toothepick chewing former Los Angeles Dodger went into the hospital when the Reds were in Chicago playing the Chicago Cubs with flu like symptoms.  Turned out […]

AL MVP: The Debate Continues

Rick Osentoski-US PRESSWIRE

The debate has emerged throughout the baseball world as to who should win the AL MVP Award this year.  Having read the informed opinions that have been put forth, I thought it high time that I got involved in the […]

Johnny Cueto Will Go For Number 20

Benny Sieu-US PRESSWIRE

I have speculated for some time whether the Cincinnati Reds will shut down Johnny Cueto until the playoffs start to give him some much needed rest.  Cueto had had a rough stretch where he went 0-3 and didn’t make it […]

MLB Rumors: Josh Hamilton, $30 Million Man?

Kevin Jairaj-US PRESSWIRE

The season still has a week to go and then the playoffs, but that doesn’t stop the MLB rumors regarding Josh Hamilton and his impending free agency during the off-season. The question is, who will be in the game for […]

AL MVP: Miguel Cabrera, Mike Trout or Josh Hamilton

Rick Osentoski-US PRESSWIRE

The debate has emerged throughout the baseball world as to who should win the AL MVP Award this year.  Having read the informed opinions that have been put forth, I thought it high time that I got involved in the […]

Cincinnati Reds: How They Got in the Playoffs

James Lang-US PRESSWIRE

I’ve begun many a blog with the sentence of how well the Cincinnati Reds are playing and how much fun it has been to witness winning again in the Queen City.  This blog is no exception.  However, now I want […]

Johnny Cueto: Should He Be Shut Down Until Playoffs?

Daniel Shirey-US PRESSWIRE

Johnny Cueto, the ace for the Cincinnati Reds, is scheduled to start tonight against the hard charging Milwaukee Brewers at GABP.  Cueto, who is 18-9, will be looking to win the next two games to become a 20 game winner […]

Cincinnati Reds: Yet More Musings and Pontifications

Jeff Hanisch-US PRESSWIRE

I know that I said there would only be two editions of musings and pontifications for the Cincinnati Reds last week, but I couldn’t resist at least one more.  So…here goes. -I really love the hooting and yelping that starts […]