Let’s open up the comments for an off-day open thread. Feel free to discuss whatever you’d like in the comments below, whether on-topic or off-topic. Any mentions of the University of Maryland at Baltimore County, however, will be deleted promptly. Here’s a Reds-related question to kick things off: What’s the best-case scenario for the Reds […]

The Short Version: Billy Hamilton had another of his Billy Days, Eugenio Suarez homers again, Joey Votto drives in two runs, and the Reds salvage a game of the series in Pittsburgh. Final R H E Cincinnati Reds (26-45) 8 13 0 Pittsburgh Pirates (35-36) 6 11 0 W: DeSclafani (2-1) L: Musgrove (2-2) S: […]

The Short Version: Reds lose. Again. But at least Brandon Dixon hit his first MLB homer. That was fun for him, one would imagine. Final R H E Cincinnati Reds (25-45) 2 7 0 Pittsburgh Pirates (35-35) 6 10 1 W: Nova (4-5) L: Castillo (4-8) FanGraphs Win Probability | Box Score The Good –Jesse […]

On this week’s episode, I had a great conversation with author John Erardi about his latest book, “Tony Perez: From Cuba to Cooperstown.” It’s a fantastic read, and our conversation was a lot of fun as we dug into Perez’ life and career and much more. You can purchase the book at all area bookstores, […]

With Father’s Day approaching, we wanted to bring you a piece of the book that will hit home with all fathers and sons. This excerpt from The Big 50: Cincinnati Reds by Chad Dotson and Chris Garber is presented with the permission of Triumph Books. For more information and to order a copy, please visit www.triumphbooks.com/Big50Reds. Ken Griffey […]

The Short Version: A huge day by Billy Hamilton and solid work by the Reds pitching staff leads the Reds to their first victory over the Cardinals in ten games this season. Final R H E St. Louis Cardinals (35-28) 3 11 0 Cincinnati Reds (23-43) 6 5 1 W: DeSclafani (1-1) L: Martinez (3-3) […]

Father’s Day is on Sunday, and I’m guessing that many of you learned to love the Reds at your father’s knee. For years and years, baseball has thrived on generation after generation handing their love for this club to their children. If your dad is like ours, I’m guessing he’d appreciate receiving “The Big 50: […]

The Short Version: The Cardinals jump out to a 5-0 lead, but home run heroics from Eugenio Suarez and Jesse Winker can’t bring the Reds all the way back. Cincinnati drops to 0-9 this season against St. Louis. Final R H E St. Louis Cardinals (35-27) 6 7 0 Cincinnati Reds (22-43) 4 10 0 […]

On this week’s episode, Doug Gray and I are talking about the newest Reds, selected by Cincinnati in this week’s MLB Draft. From Jonathan India, to potential UVa commits, to a couple of kids named Josiah, we break down everything you need to know about this year’s draft class. Of course, we had to start […]

The Short Version: The Reds clawed back from a 5-2 deficit to tie the game in the bottom of the ninth, and Jesse Winker walked it off in the bottom of the 13th. Reds win! Final — 13 innings R H E Colorado Rockies (32-30) 5 13 0 Cincinnati Reds (22-41) 7 10 1 W: […]

The Short Version: The Cincinnati Reds have lost four in a row, and seven of their last nine. Including tonight’s contest against the Colorado Rockies. This is a dumpster fire. Final R H E Colorado Rockies (32-29) 6 8 1 Cincinnati Reds (21-41) 3 11 1 W: Gray (6-6) L: Romano (3-7) S: Davis (20) FanGraphs […]

My latest at Cincinnati Magazine, in which I express a little confusion over recent events and the direction of the Reds: As the Redlegs crawl home with their collective tails between their legs after yet another losing road trip, Reds fans are wondering: Can FC Cincinnati really shock the soccer world again? No, the Reds […]