Irregularly Scheduled Rain Delay: Welcome to Draft Day
2017 Reds / Regularly Scheduled Rain Delay

Irregularly Scheduled Rain Delay: Welcome to Draft Day

I love the MLB Draft, which is a weird sentence to write because the MLB Draft is universally regarded as the most anti-climactic of all the professional sports drafts. It’s just reading names that will likely never amount to much of anything and putting them in the clutches of organization they will probably never play … Continue reading

Regularly Scheduled Rain Delay: Who Won May?
2017 Reds / Regularly Scheduled Rain Delay

Regularly Scheduled Rain Delay: Who Won May?

Well May came and went without a moment’s hesitation, and the Reds 11-13 April record proved to be truly indicative of their abilities as the team matched the two-under-.500 look for May at 13-15. Despite the Reds mediocre showing over the past 31 days, there have been some standout performers on the field who deserve special recognition, … Continue reading

Regularly Scheduled Rain Delay: Which Red has the best hair?
2017 Reds / Regularly Scheduled Rain Delay

Regularly Scheduled Rain Delay: Which Red has the best hair?

The Yankees have a hair phobia. Not one of those “the drain is clogged with your roommate’s disgusting sheddings could you please clean up after yourself” hair phobias because I’m pretty sure everybody has that, but one of those “everyone on this team should resemble a Ken doll” hair phobias. A remnant of George Steinbrenner’s … Continue reading

Regularly Scheduled Rain Delay: Speak Softly and Carry the World’s Largest Bat
2017 Reds / Regularly Scheduled Rain Delay

Regularly Scheduled Rain Delay: Speak Softly and Carry the World’s Largest Bat

Exit 129 on Interstate 70 heading east toward Cincinnati, Pittsburgh, Philadelphia, where have you leaves you in the small town of Casey, Illinois. In Casey, the streetlights have signs indicating residents off fighting foreign wars and what division they are. The Bank of Casey boasts a mural of four baseball players with the tagline “We’ll … Continue reading