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Reese Kemp to throw out first pitch at Reds’ Big Blue Night

Our friend Reese Kemp tweets that he will throw out the first pitch on Thursday night for Big Blue Night at Great American Ball Park. I wrote on Reese back in 2013. Huge S/O to the big bro @KarlTowns for … Continue reading

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The Reds did well in Johnny Cueto deal

For the Reds, the Johnny Cueto deal is a good deal. No Reds fan wanted to see Johnny Cueto traded. The right-hander is the best starting pitcher the organization has developed in generations. Whenever Cueto took the mound, you knew … Continue reading

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When will the Reds’ fire sale begin?

It’s when, not if. The Cincinnati fire sale is about to begin. CBS Sports Jon Heyman reported over the weekend that Mike Leake was told by the Reds he will be dealt before the July 31 trade deadline. The right-handed … Continue reading

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One reason why the Cardinals own baseball’s best record

According to the numbers out Thursday morning, Reds pitcher Johnny Cueto leads the voting to be the final player on the National League roster for next Tuesday night’s All-Star Game at Great American Ball Park. Cueto is fresh off a … Continue reading

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Bye-bye Johnny Cueto?

All good things must come to an end. Johnny Cueto was really good. Really good. And yet Wednesday was the last time the fans at GABP will see the right-handed ace start a game in a Cincinnati Reds uniform.

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Just when things were looking up, Reds take another fall

Baseball’s 162-game season can play tricks on the mind. The Cincinnati Reds in 2015 are a prime example. From June 16 through June 25, Bryan Price’s club appeared to have finally put it all together. It won six of eight … Continue reading

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Todd Frazier is a rare Reds bright spot

UPDATE: Todd Frazier hit two more homers Wednesday night, including a walk-off grand slam in Cincinnati’s 8-4 win over Detroit. He is now on pace to hit 55 homers this season. The Cincinnati Reds are playing subpar baseball, but not Frazier. In … Continue reading

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With the Reds, you can’t make this stuff up

To paraphrase a recently retired late-night talk show host, I wouldn’t give Bryan Price’s troubles to a monkey on a rock. All you needed to know about the Cincinnati Reds, the unlucky team that Price manages, happened in the bottom … Continue reading

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Random notes for Friday

Random notes for Friday: What now? That’s the question people are asking about former UK star John Pelphrey and no doubt what the now former Florida assistant coach is asking himself. Mark Story of the Herald-Leader writes that Pelphrey wants … Continue reading

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Reds win fourth straight but suffer a big loss

CINCINNATI – I was at Great American Ball Park on Wednesday afternoon to write a column on Ben Revere, the former Lexington Catholic star now in his third season with the Philadelphia Phillies. As for the game itself, the Reds … Continue reading

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