Sheesh. Who knows what to believe:

Nonetheless, a published report Wednesday that said Griffey’s season might be over perplexed Reds trainer Mark Mann.

“At this point in time, this is something that he can come back and play this year,” said Mann.

As evidence, Mann pointed to the work Griffey did Tuesday night. He said the center fielder ran at about 60-70 percent effort on the indoor track at Great American Ball Park and took batting practice in the cage.

“He was pain-free,” said Mann. “He felt nothing, felt good.”

In addition, Mann said the swelling in Griffey’s foot Wednesday was reduced from what had been evident the day before and is almost completely gone.

Who knows what to believe?

Blame Chad for creating this mess.

Chad launched Redleg Nation in February 2005, and has been writing about the Reds ever since. His first book, “The Big 50: The Men and Moments That Made the Cincinnati Reds” is now available in bookstores and online, at Amazon, Barnes & Noble, and wherever fine books are sold. You can also find Chad’s musings about the Cincinnati Reds in the pages of Cincinnati Magazine.

You can email Chad at chaddotson@redlegnation.com.

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  1. I hope Mark Mann’s right on this. Ever since Griff went down the Reds offense has went to sleep.

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Blame Chad for creating this mess. Chad launched Redleg Nation in February 2005, and has been writing about the Reds ever since. His first book, "The Big 50: The Men and Moments That Made the Cincinnati Reds" is now available in bookstores and online, at Amazon, Barnes & Noble, and wherever fine books are sold. You can also find Chad's musings about the Cincinnati Reds in the pages of Cincinnati Magazine. You can email Chad at chaddotson@redlegnation.com.

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