Joe Morgan Passes Away

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Cincinnati Reds second baseman and Hall of Famer Joe Morgan passed away this morning. Morgan was 77 years old. Bob Nightengale of USA Today was the first with the news on Twitter. More awful news. Hall of Famer Joe Morgan has passed away. — Bob Nightengale (@BNightengale) October 12, 2020 Over the last six weeks, […] 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


2020 National League Playoffs: Wild Card Round Predictions

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James Rowe’s Takes On National League Wild Card Round Los Angeles Dodgers vs Milwaukee Brewers Milwaukee Brewers The Milwaukee Brewers snuck into the playoffs, and are clearly the weakest squad in this postseason. That being said, they’re in and Milwaukee will be looking to upset everyone. There is some talent, but expect them to put […] READ MORE


How the Reds Match Up in the Playoffs against the Atlanta Braves

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How the Reds Match Up in the Playoffs against the Atlanta Braves The Cincinnati Reds are in the playoffs for the first time since 2013. Cincinnati is buzzing with more optimism than seven years ago. Joey Votto, the only remaining member of the 2013 postseason team, perhaps said it best in a post-game interview after […] READ MORE


MLB 2020 Home-Road Split Differences

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2020 MLB: Home-Road Split Differences Every season, there are plenty of surprises. The 2020 MLB season is no exception and there have already been more than a fair share of surprises. On top of that, there have been a number of position players who have struggled to get their rhythm together at the plate. Just […] READ MORE


Major League Rule 21

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Major League Rule 21 Like any great institution, such as a university or a bank, Major League Baseball has a set of rules that dictate all professional play. The rules range from equipment to uniforms to pregame to gameplay to umpire duties to etcetera. After 150 years, give or take a few, the powers that […] READ MORE


New York Mets Legend Tom Seaver Dead at 75

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Hall of Fame pitcher George Thomas Seaver has died in his Calistoga, California home at the age of 75 due to complications of Lewy body dementia and COVID-19. Tom Seaver is regarded as one of the best pitchers of his era and was the greatest player in the history of the New York Mets. Seaver, […] READ MORE


Jahmai Jones Makes Los Angeles Angels Debut

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Jahmai Jones of the Los Angeles Angels had his MLB debut on September 1st against the Seattle Mariners. The 2015 second-round draft pick received his call up on August 31st and entered the game the following day. Jones had been training at the Angels camp in Long Beach as part of their 60-man taxi squad […] READ MORE


Cincinnati Reds acquire Angels Outfielder Brian Goodwin

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According to Ken Rosenthal, the Cincinnati Reds have traded for Los Angeles Angels outfielder Brian Goodwin just in time for the 4:00 PM deadline on Monday. In return, the Angels will receive left-handed pitcher Packy Naughton and a player to be named later. The Reds acquired pitcher, Riley O’Brien on Friday, but the move to […] READ MORE