Where Vin Scully was lyrical and gentlemanly, Marty was incisive and direct.
On the field, Sean Casey could do everything but run. He could hit for average, hit for power, was a leader on the field and lefties didn't bother him a bit. Casey captivated Reds fans. And a lot of us remember him still today. The Mayor was a class act.
It all comes down to this. Each week, you have been voting in RNR Madness, our 68-team tournament to name the most valuable player in Reds history. Your votes have narrowed the field down to the final two. N... Read More...
Fresh out of law school in 1995, my first law job was as a clerk at the First District, Ohio Court of Appeals. I worked there for two years—from May 1995 to May 1997. Chuck was the bailiff there during that time, and it gave me an opportunity to talk to him any time I wanted. With the stories he told, wow, I sure wanted.