Here’s a report from Lexington, KY from Redleg Nation member Kyle Pence.
The Southern Leg of the Reds Caravan made its last stop of the 2013 tour in Lexington today and the Bluegrass showed up on a chilly Sunday morning to show their support. No doubt, Lexington’s favorite color is blue, but there is [...]
Here is the report filed by Redleg Nation member John Rohrig from the Reds Southern Tour caravan stop in Charleston, WV.
Jim Kelch as MC at the Reds caravan event in Charleston
This evening the Reds Winter caravan rolled into Charleston, WV after a previous stop in Ashland, KY. Charleston, is fortunate in [...]
We’re excited to announce a new project – The Nation Reports – where our commenters write original content for the site concerning the upcoming Reds caravan tours. The Reds have planned three routes with a total of 15 public stops over 2,800 miles, taking place Jan. 24-27.
• The Northern Tour, with stops [...]
*Last Cardinals-related post for two months.
I’m a little sick of the fact that, when the Reds play the Cardinals, the story always has to be about the Cardinals’ whining. It’s tiresome, but everytime a Cardinal opens his mouth, Brandon Phillips’ comments about them being whiny is proven true.
Marty Brennaman, as he is [...]
From this AM’s Cincinnati Enquirer (I can’t find an online link to this article), it appears that four Reds games will be shown on Fox Sports Ohio during Spring Training:
3/7 3:00 PM vs Milwaukee from Goodyear 3/12 4:00 PM vs the Cubs from Las Vegas 3/17 4:00 PM vs Cleveland from Goodyear 3/24 [...]
From the Enquirer:
After one year on Reds’ radio broadcasts, Jim Kelch will move part-time into the television booth.
The former Louisville baseball announcer, who joined Reds radio full-time last year, will replace Paul Keels as the secondary Fox Sports Ohio play-by-play announcer when not on radio.
Two groups will be happy with this, [...]
So what’s going on?
–Bring Barry Back!!! Barry Larkin should be the manager of this team.
–The Reds handed out their team awards; actually, the Cincinnati chapter of the baseball writers voted on them. All were reasonable (Pitcher of the Year, Good Guy Award: Bronson Arroyo; minor leaguer: Chris Heisey) except for one.