Joey Votto Is A Damn Good Human Being

October 14, 2017

  Reds.com—¬† “Six-year-old Walter “Superbubz” Herbert’s smile and upbeat attitude during his cancer battle was one that had an entire city cheering and rallying for him — including Reds first baseman¬†Joey Votto. Herbert died on Oct. 6 after two years of battling neuroblastoma. On Thursday night, according to WLWT-TV, Votto was among the hundreds of mourners who paid his respects to the family during a visitation. A family friend told…

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A Dusty Baker Team Once Again Fails In Elimination Game

October 13, 2017

Dusty Baker. A good manager in the regular season but can never get it done in the postseason sound awfully similar to a coach here in Cincinnati. The Washington Nationals lost Game 5 of the NLDS to the defending World Series champions Chicago Cubs on Thursday night, 9-8. In his first two seasons as the skipper for the Nationals, Baker has lost the deciding game of the LDS at home….

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Seeing These Former Reds Players In Postseason Is Depressing

October 12, 2017

The 2017 MLB postseason has seen a lot and we have seen a lot of former Cincinnati Reds players have success in October and to be honest it’s really depressing. Jay Bruce (Cleveland Indians): He was acquired in August by the New York Mets from a bag of chips. He came up clutch in game 2 of the ALDS against the New York Yankees and then went quiet the last…

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Where Were You When The Reds Lost Game 5 Of NLDS To Giants?

October 11, 2017

Today is October 11th, 2017. Why is this date so significant for the wrong and painful reasons? It was five years ago today the Cincinnati Reds lost Game 5 to the San Francisco Giants 6-4. The Giants went on to win the World Series because of course they did. The 2012 Reds season was magical. 97 wins, second best record in the league and one of the top pitching rotation…

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Joey Votto Should Be The NL MVP, But Won’t Because Baseball Writers Blow

October 2, 2017

Joey Votto is the best player in the National League. Period. End of story. No Cincinnati Reds player had started all 162 games since 1975, until Sunday when Joey Votto did it. The 32-year old first baseman solidified why he is the best player in the NL as well. A 2-4 day with two doubles and a run scored. It was the perfect cap to what was an individually great…

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Reds & GABP Will Finally Add Baseline Netting For The 2018 Season

September 22, 2017

#Reds to install additional netting at GABP by Opening Day in 2018. pic.twitter.com/XC8t36YhY1 — Cincinnati Reds (@Reds) September 21, 2017 About time. Baseball stadiums have needed nets down the baseline for years now. Turns out all it took to get teams on board with the idea was for a child to get hit by a line drive. Hit adults all day long, they should have been paying attention. Hit a…

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Opening Day Baseball In Cincinnati Will Be Played On Thursday In 2018

September 12, 2017

  Nobody does Opening Day like Cincinnati. Hands down the best to ever do it when it comes the celebration of baseball season and the Findlay Market Opening Day parade. In 2018, thought, all of the festivities to start the baseball campaign will take place on a Thursday. Yep, you heard that right. The Cincinnati Reds 2018 schedule came out on Tuesday and it was weird seeing that Opening Day…

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Luis Castillo Is The Reds Future Ace Pitcher

September 6, 2017

What a way to end your 2017 season. Reds pitcher Luis Castillo debuted for the team on June 23rd as he was part of the deal from the Miami Marlins in the Dan Straily trade. We know who won that deal. In his last start of the season on Wednesday afternoon because of innings limit, Castillo tossed the best pitching gem from any of the pitching staff this season. He…

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Bryan Price Is The Right Guy For The Cincinnati Reds

Bryan Price will return as manager of the Cincinnati Reds in 2018. The club had until Saturday to inform him formally if he would be retained for next season. Price has an overall record of 276-355 since taking over for the fired Dusty Baker following the 2013 season. Not the record you want to write home about but it’s about more than just the record when it comes to Price…

September 3, 2017
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Joey Votto Is A Damn Good Human, Treats Kid Fighting Cancer Like Royalty

September 1, 2017

Joey Votto is a damn good human pic.twitter.com/8DaZtEnBFS — Cincy vs. Everyone (@CincyvsEveryone) August 31, 2017 One of the worst things in the world is seeing a kid battling cancer. Their childhoods aren’t spent running around with their friends, playing sports, or doing any of the adventurous things we did as kids. Instead, they’re stuck in a hospital fighting for their lives all while looking different than the rest of…

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