It was pretty much inevitable in the crazy economics of baseball that Bronson Arroyo wasn’t going to retire as a Cincinnati Red. When he recently signed a two-year contract with Arizona, that became a certainty. That’s too bad. But it rarely happens in any sport.
Michael Jordan played last for the Washington Wizards. Johnny [...]
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 [...]
Let’s recap tonight’s titanic struggle….
FINAL San Francisco 0 Cincinnati 3 W: H. Bailey (5-6) L: T. Lincecum (4-9) BOX SCORE
POSITIVES –Homer Bailey threw his second career no-hitter, allowing only one walk, while striking out nine. It was a completely dominant performance by Homer.
–Shin-Soo Choo reached base four times, going 2-2 with [...]
One week after club legend Jim Maloney joined Redleg Nation Radio, we’re very excited that Fred Norman, starting pitcher for the 1970s Big Red Machine Cincinnati Reds, had a few minutes to spare for our Bill Lack. More than a few minutes, actually; this is a long one, so we split it into two [...]
It’s a very special week for Redleg Nation Radio, as Bill was joined by Reds legend Jim Maloney. Jim dropped in to talk about all the highlights of his brilliant Reds career, and much more. We can’t thank Jim enough for giving us an hour of his time. He was very, very gracious. Trust [...]
(This is the third in a series of articles about Cincinnati Red pitchers to throw no-hitters. Twelve Red hurlers have thrown no-hitters, including Homer Bailey’s gem against the Pittsburgh Pirates last season. Bailey’s no-hitter was the first thrown since Mr. Perfect, Tom Browning, beat the Los Angeles Dodgers 1-0 in 1989, retiring all 27 [...]
(This is the second in a series of articles about Cincinnati Reds pitchers to throw no-hitters. Twelve Red hurlers have thrown no-hitters, including Homer Bailey’s gem against the Pittsburgh Pirates last season. Bailey’s no-hitter was the first thrown since Mr. Perfect, Tom Browning, beat the Los Angeles Dodgers 1-0 in 1989, retiring all 27 [...]