2018 Predictions For Cincinnati Sports

December 31, 2017

2017 has come to a close. There were some memorable moments but a lot of moments that need to be forgotten. The Cincinnati Bearcats basketball team won 30 games while the football team couldn’t win in Madden on easy. The Bearcats football team did beat Miami in what was the Redhawks best chance to snap their losing streak. They’re now destined to lose 20 in a row. Outside of that,…

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15 Years Ago Today Riverfront Stadium Went KA-BOOM

December 29, 2017

December 29th, 2002 a Cincinnati institution became one with the earth again. A complete implosion of the remaining Riverfront Stadium structure saw a stadium home to champions cease to exist. Riverfront Stadium wasn’t a beautiful stadium, it wasn’t exceptional in any aspect of its purpose. It was exceptional in terms of the memories people had within the concrete circle. Three World Series winning teams called Riverfront Stadium home. The Big…

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Joey Votto Got Robbed Of The NL MVP Award Thanks To Stupid Baseball Writers

November 16, 2017

THIS IS A TRAVESTY. The Baseball Writers Association of America is full of alarmingly stupid middle to old aged men who have no business picking awards anymore. Joey Votto got robbed of yet another NL MVP award because these blowhards with nothing happening between the ears said he wasn’t on a winning team. YOU CAN BE A GREAT PLAYER AND PLAY ON A LOSING TEAM. STANTON WASN’T ON A WINNING…

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Watch Roy Halladay No Hit The Reds During The 2010 NLDS

November 7, 2017

The year was 2010 and the Cincinnati Reds made it to the postseason for the first time since 2010. An NL Central title and a Jay Bruce walk off to clinch the Central had Reds fans riding an all-time high. The Queen City was abuzz with excitement. Only there was one problem waiting for the Reds that they weren’t prepared for. A buzzsaw in the shape of Roy Halladay and…

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Joey Votto Deserves To Win NL MVP

November 6, 2017

On Monday the finalists for the National League MVP were announced and Cincinnati Reds first baseman Joey Votto were among three along side Miami Marlins Giancarlo Stanton and Arizona Diamondbacks Paul Goldschmidt . Votto had his best season ever. Its unfortunate his team was trash but that was expected. He played all 162 games. That in itself should be more points into him winning the MVP trophy. Because the other…

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Is There Hope For All Of Us To Witness Championship In Cincinnati?

November 2, 2017

The Houston Astros won the 2017 World Series. Congrats to them and the city of Houston that has been through a lot with Hurricane Harvey. They deserve it and the team trusted the rebuilding process. Me and Matt were talking about when its going to be our time to celebrate a championship with our sports teams. We did say that a natural disaster needs to happen in Cincinnati but obviously…

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Opening Day In Cincinnati For 2018 Is Officially Dead

October 25, 2017

Cincinnati Enquirer– “But change is coming in a big way to the Opening Day Parade. The parade’s 99th festivities will not, we repeat, will not take place the same day Cincinnati Reds’ home opener. Someone already started a petition to change the date back and another decided Cincinnati should have its own unofficial parade on Opening Day. Plenty of people have taken to the Reds’ Facebook page to make their thoughts known. The parade will take place…

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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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