Trevor Story Is a Perfect Fit for the Cincinnati Reds

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It is no secret that the Cincinnati Reds have a very good offense on paper. It is also no secret that the Colorado Rockies could be looking to rebuild. Gold Glove third baseman Nolan Arenado has been on the block for awhile. Now shortstop Trevor Story‘s name has popped up in some trade rumors, with the […] READ MORE


MLB The Show 20 is for the People

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MLB The Show is one of the most popular games in the world. This year’s installment is the final year of exclusive play on the Playstation 4, as it will be available on the Next Gen Xbox starting next year. With the community growing ever so large, it’s important to have leaders in that community. […] READ MORE


Cincinnati Reds 2020 Season Review

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The 2020 season for the Cincinnati Reds was an eventful one. They finished 31-29, which was good enough for third place in the NL Central, and even secured a playoff spot in the extended format. Coming into this season, before COVID-19, the Reds had lofty expectations. They added several pieces over the winter and looked […] READ MORE


Tim Naehring Is the Obvious Choice for the Reds Front Office

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Tim Naehring is a Cincinnati native. He was born in Cincinnati in 1967 and attended LaSalle High School on Cincinnati’s famed “West Side”. Tim not only attended high school in his hometown but also attended college near home. He attended Miami University of Ohio, where he played baseball for the Redhawks. In 1988, he was […] READ MORE


Trevor Bauer Dominant as Reds Fall to Braves

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Trevor Bauer has been the best pitcher in the National League all year. When it was said and done, he compiled a 5-4 record with a 1.73 ERA and a 276 ERA+. It only made sense that the Cincinnati Reds called his number to start Game One of the National League Wild Card Series. He […] READ MORE


Votto Clutches Up as Cincinnati Reds Beat Cleveland Indians

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Reds 3, Indians 2 Joey Votto missed Sunday’s finale against the Detroit Tigers due to COVID-19 symptoms. He tested negative twice and was inserted into the lineup on Monday afternoon. After that, it’s just another day at the office for Joey. He drove in the deciding run for the Reds in their 3-2 win over […] READ MORE


Bauer Tosses Shutout, Reds Sweep Doubleheader from Tigers

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Reds 4, Tigers 3 (First Game) Reds 4, Tigers 0 (Second Game) The Cincinnati Reds came into Sunday against the Detroit Tigers desperately needing a win or two. Due to the rain, they had to play the MLB’s first scheduled sub-nine-inning doubleheader ever. The Player’s Association agreed on seven-inning doubleheaders for 2020, so this was […] READ MORE


Gray Spectacular as Reds Roll Cubs

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This game had it all. Great pitching, great offense, and lots of high cholesterol were the main course of the final game of the Cincinnati Reds homestand. After falling to 1-4 on Tuesday night, the Reds needed a win. Naturally, they called on their ace Sonny Gray. Cy Young Candidate On Opening Day, Gray tossed […] READ MORE


Two Reds Test Negative for COVID-19

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It has been a rough week for the Cincinnati Reds. After winning their Opening Day matchup against Detroit, they’ve lost four in a row. Mike Moustakas got put on the IL after Saturday. Just before first pitch Sunday, Nick Senzel was scratched from the lineup. Nothing had been said as to why, but we know […] READ MORE


Reds Dominate Tigers in Opening Day Matchup

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Baseball has officially returned to the airwaves. It has definitely been long awaited, and now that we’re here, baseball is being consumed all weekend. For Opening Day 2020, the Cincinnati Reds went head-to-head with the Detroit Tigers. Cincinnati comes into the season with very high expectations, whereas the Tigers are on the other end of […] READ MORE