“It doesn’t seem like they [the Reds] are going in the tank, like the Houston Astros, but it doesn’t feel like they’re going ALLLLLLLLL INNNNN, does it?” —Mo Egger
They are the two magic words that sometimes sound as if they should be shouted while waving one of J.K Rowling’s magic [...]
If you’re tired of reading about the Reds’ disastrous off-season, here’s a sympathetic heads-up warning to skip this post. Suggestions: Review your notes about wRC+, turn on the Olympics, read this or listen to this.
But otherwise, you’ve received fair notice.
Yesterday we learned there is an enormous gap between what the Reds are offering Homer Bailey and [...]
Redleg Nation has obtained access to the iPhone 3 owned by Reds general manager Walt Jocketty. After a few minutes, we unlocked the phone — password: “BestFans1nBaseba11” — and took a look at Jocketty’s notes. We now present to you, the loyal reader, this exclusive image of Walt Jocketty’s nearly-completed to-do list.
I’m starting to get together information for the positional previews I’ve done for the last several years and I’m procrastinating on grading I need to do as I wait to see if we even have school tomorrow, so it’s the perfect time for a Billy Hamilton post, right?
Hamilton, it seems, is going to [...]
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It’s all quiet —- some would say too quiet -— on the Reds front.
No news on Arroyo. Choo is gone. No trades. Nothing.
So while we collectively ponder the state of the current roster, Johnny Cueto’s health, and how [...]
Mark Sheldon has a holiday-themed interview with Devin Mesoraco. The young catcher’s wish for Reds fans? Winning the division.
I think for us, it would be to get back to where we belong at the top of our division. That would be the biggest thing. In the playoffs, anything can happen. It comes down [...]
Shin-Soo Choo has reportedly signed a seven-year, $130 million contract with the Texas Rangers*:
Free-agent outfielder Shin-Soo Choo has reached agreement on a seven-year, $130 million contract with the Texas Rangers, two baseball sources confirmed to ESPN.com.
Choo was the premier offensive player left on the market after Robinson Cano signed with Seattle and [...]