You can see it every day at Great American Ballpark.
The numbers 1, 5, 8, 10, 11, 13, 18, 20 and 24. Those are the nine numbers officially “retired” by the Cincinnati Reds. The Reds are tied for 5th place among MLB franchises with those nine numbers retired.
Cincinnati retired their first number in [...]
The Cincinnati Reds have had a lot of great baseball players in their long and storied history. We all know the names here at the Nation. We all know what they did.
We had the greatest catcher in the history of baseball with Johnny Bench. We had one of the greatest sluggers in baseball [...]
2013 is looking good so far.
Despite injuries to their #1 starter, starting leftfielder and cleanup hitter and catcher, the Reds are thick in the race for the Division as Memorial Day awaits. Their MVP is a Boy Named Choo, Votto is hitting like Votto and Bruce looks like he is in the beginning [...]
Spring Training isn’t as dramatic as it was years ago.
There was genuine competition for jobs, rotations were being established, and many times this lasted into the last week of spring training. That’s not to say it doesn’t happen anymore; it’s just that with long term contracts and the salary structure of the game, [...]
Here’s a report from Redleg Nation member, Cameron Feese, who attended the caravan event in Bowling Green, KY.
Billy Hamilton, Super Todd Frazier, Cameron Feese and his nephew Jackson. Photo: Cameron Feese
The Reds Winter Caravan rolled into Bowling Green, KY today at the Greenwood Mall. I had to go into work today for [...]
Jay Bruce has won the NL Silver Slugger award for outfield, joining Andrew McCutchen and Ryan Braun. Begun in 1980, the Silver Slugger Award is given to the best offensive player in each league at their position. The Reds report:
Major League Baseball on Thursday handed out the Silver Slugger Awards to the top [...]
Eric Davis had some fairly critical comments about his time in Cincinnati, in a documentary being released this weekend. More accurately, the comments were critical of former owner Marge Schott. While some of this territory has been covered many times, I’ve never seen Davis address these things from his perspective to this degree: