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I’m Done
No, not with this blogging thing (though maybe some of you might like that?, no no…happier thoughts) but with the hopes of a 2011 Reds postseason. Just as Steve gave a good layout of the reasons why yesterday, I am going to act on them and rant and rave...
Posted: 7/28/2011 10:35 PM in Blog Red Machine
New York gets pretty heavy, girl I hope it doesn't crush you. Reds lose, 10-9.
Joe Nuxhall Memorial Honorary Star of the Game Joey Votto. He's good again! So at least there's that. Votto went 2-5 with a double and a home run for his third game in a row. He also scored twice and drove in two runs. Honorable mentions go to Miguel
Posted: 7/28/2011 6:50 PM in Red Reporter
Time is Running Out
You have ten minutes to come up with a series of trades that will return the Cincinnati Reds to prominence in 2011. A trade(s) that will create a team capable of winning at least one game against the (at the time) one game over .500 New York Mets. It’s...
Posted: 7/28/2011 6:04 PM in Chris Sabo's Goggles
Younger and Better
A new strategy for the Reds is percolating. Let’s go with my friend Mike’s suggestion and call it “Younger and Better.” The premise is the Reds have several strong players at AAA who may be able to contribute more than their current counterpart on the...
Posted: 7/28/2011 6:00 PM in Redleg Nation
This can’t be right…can it?
From Fox Sports MLB Buzz: Concerning the Reds/Yankees interest in Jimenez… Sources close to the involved teams have indicated the Rockies have interest in a package of catcher Jesus Montero, and pitchers Manuel Banuelos and Dellin Betances from the Yankees,...
Posted: 7/28/2011 5:01 PM in Redleg Nation
‘Disheartening’ sweep at home
There wasn’t a lot of talking in quiet the Reds clubhouse after a 10-9 defeat to the Mets Thursday afternoon. But veteran Miguel Cairo wanted to make sure he was heard by all as he spoke with reporters. Cairo didn’t yell but he spoke clearly and made...
Posted: 7/28/2011 4:53 PM in Mark My Word
‘We stink right now’
Miguel Cairo, who pinch hit a three-run homer in the Reds’ 10-9 loss today, had some sharp words afterward. The Reds had never suffered a four-game series sweep to the Mets in Cincinnati until this week. “We stink right now, as a team,” Cairo said. “We...
Posted: 7/28/2011 4:41 PM in Cincinnati Reds
Titanic Struggle Recap: Did someone say “Titanic”?
Let’s recap today’s titanic struggle…. FINAL New York (NL) 10 Cincinnati 9 W: C. Capuano (9-10) L: H. Bailey (5-5) S: J. Isringhausen (4) BOX SCORE POSITIVES –Joey Votto had a double and a homer. Brandon Phillips had two doubles. Edgar Renteria and Jay...
Posted: 7/28/2011 4:40 PM in Redleg Nation
Bailey pounded, Reds rally but lose
Final: Mets 10, Reds 9. It marks the first time the Mets have swept a four-game series over the Reds in Cincinnati. A crowd of 25,400 watched on another excessively hot day at GABP. The Reds trailed 9-3 at one point. Homer Bailey lasted four-plus innings...
Posted: 7/28/2011 2:59 PM in Cincinnati Reds
Don’t buy, sell, go young
Wrote this Wednesday morning, it applies more now: Walt Jocketty said before last night’s game that the Reds were still in the buy mode as the trade deadline approached. What happened over the next innings might have changed his mind. The 8-6 loss to...
Posted: 7/28/2011 2:40 PM in Cincinnati Reds
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