Colorado Rockies Rumors: Justin Morneau and Coors Field Could be Very Good
Justin Morneau

With the retirement of new-legend Todd Helton there is a vacuum at first base for the Colorado Rockies. Some assume rightly so that Michael Cuddyer could fill that hole as well as other possibilities but one rumored possibility is very […]

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CINCINNATI REDS

Todd Frazier, Bryan Price, Cincinnati Reds

Cincinnati Reds‘ rookie manager Bryan Price faced the unusual challenge of taking over an underachieving team whose manager — Dusty Baker — lost his job after failing to lead the Reds to the postseason promised land in 2013. Serving as […]

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Cincinnati Reds Joey Votto Todd Frazier

The Cincinnati Reds have started the 2014 season much worse than expected. The inability of the Reds’ hitters to hit and the pitchers to pitch in timely situations has landed the team into an early-season hole. It is a hole, […]

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Homer Bailey Cincinnati Reds

Watching Homer Bailey pitch in his first three starts of the 2014 season is a flashback to an earlier time in his career with the Cincinnati Reds when Bailey lacked focus on the mound, command of his pitches, and overall […]

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If it was not for the 9th inning heroics of Ike Davis yesterday afternoon at Citi Field, where he led the New York Mets to a 6-3 victory over the Cincinnati Reds on a game-winning, pinch hit, walk off grand […]

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Reds Tony Cingrani

Much has been made of Cincinnati Reds starting pitcher Tony Cingrani and his need to add more pitches to his arsenal. We all know the story about Cingrani bursting onto the scene in 2013 and accumulating a 2.93 ERA with […]

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Aroldis Chapman

It was quite the gruesome scene on Wednesday night during a spring training game between the Cincinnati Reds and Kansas City Royals. Reds’ pitcher Aroldis Chapman was hit in the face by a line drive off the bat of Royals’ […]

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