Seventh heaven
2015 Reds

Seventh heaven

Our weeks have seven days; rainbows seven colors. Seven continents and the Seven Seas span our planet. Ancient elders identified seven wonders of the world and seven liberal arts. Rome is known as the City of Seven Hills, as is Cincinnati. Snow White had seven dwarfs. You can watch the Seven Samurai or the Magnificent … Continue reading

We got Skip for that
2015 Reds

We got Skip for that

“The importance of the shoulder in hitting is underestimated,” says Dr. Neal ElAttrache of the Kerlan-Jobe Orthopedic Center, one of the world’s foremost authorities on the subject. ”Trying to re-establish ones mechanics after (shoulder) surgery is a complex process. It’s extremely delicate. It involves rebuilding strength, and all that goes into the swing from the … Continue reading

The Reds are back!
2015 Reds

The Reds are back!

Reds pitchers and catchers report to Goodyear for the official start of Spring Training today. Their first full workout is tomorrow. Position players arrive by Monday, Feb. 23. The first Spring Training game is March 3. Opening Day against the Pittsburgh Pirates is 47 days away. As Reds fans, the long winter of our discontent … Continue reading

Introducing Kevin Gregg
2015 Reds

Introducing Kevin Gregg

Earlier this month, the Reds inked veteran relief pitcher Kevin Gregg to a minor-league deal. Here are a few things we know about Gregg: *The 6-foot-6-inch, 245-pound right-hander is a former high school quarterback, so there are likely plenty of almost-40 ex-jocks in the Corvallis, Oregon, area that could empathize with the Oregon Ducks’ inability to … Continue reading