Cincinnati Reds Bats Stay Hot, Sweep Pirates

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The old adage always goes “Defense wins championships.” Well, if that is a true indicator, then offense wins regular season ballgames. Once again, the Cincinnati Reds have scored a ton of runs. Through the first six games they have scored 57 runs. All throughout the lineup, the Reds are producing big numbers. That has turned […] READ MORE


The Best Multi-Sport Athletes In MLB History

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Nothing fills the minds of a young kid more than the dream to be a professional athlete in their favorite sport. Only a precious few get to see those dreams transform into a reality. An even smaller percentage of those precious few, posses the talent to be multi-sport athletes, and thrive in multiple sports in […] READ MORE


Ejection Inspection, Week 22: Keon Broxton of Seattle Mariners Hits Umpire with Thrown Batting Glove

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Keon Broxton Hits Umpire with Thrown Batting Glove Welcome to Week 22 of Ejection Inspection! The premise and ground rules are detailed here. The condensed version: each ejection from the previous week (Thursday through Wednesday) is listed in a table. The author – a former player/coach/umpire – analyzes each ejection and assigns it an entertainment […] READ MORE


Cincinnati Reds, Pittsburgh Pirates Brawl Again, Drawing Suspensions: An Ejection Inspection Special

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Reds Pirates Brawl in Cincinnati Tuesday night, amidst trade deadline news, one of the ugliest brawls in recent memory erupted in Cincinnati. Old foes settled an old score – one that has been brewing since their first brawl April 7th in Pittsburgh. It was not a “standard” baseball bench-clearer, either. This was not a bunch […] READ MORE


Jesse Winker Needs to Be a Permanent Starter

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Jesse Winker is only a rookie, but he’s making waves for the Cincinnati Reds. He is a hitter with an elite plate approach, and some power to boot. He’s also a smart fielder, even though he may not be the fastest outfielder in the world. Jesse Winker Needs to Be a Permanent Starter Hitters Are […] READ MORE



Homer Bailey’s Future With the Cincinnati Reds

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Homer Bailey has pitched just 31 MLB innings since 2014 and the workhorse starter is now three years separated from his most recent season of 30+ starts and 200+ IP. He is now 30 years old, signed through 2019 in Cincinnati to the tune of a 6 year/$105M contract, and is hopping into a rotation so […] READ MORE


The Cincinnati Reds Land Vladimir Gutierrez

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After much interest was shown by the Los Angeles Dodgers, Houston Astros, Chicacgo Cubs, Kansas City Royals, Atlanta Braves, St. Louis Cardinals, San Diego Padres , Baltimore Orioles, Milwaukee Brewers, and Miami Marlins; the Cincinnati Reds land Vladimir Gutierrez. The 20-year old right-handed Cuban prospect inked with Cincinnati to the tune of $4.75 million, this […] READ MORE