2010 Post-Season / 2010 Reds

The Reds have nothing to fear from Roy Oswalt

In his career against the Cincinnati Reds, tonight’s starter for Philadelphia, Roy Oswalt, is 23-3 with a 2.81 ERA. He’s the quintessential Reds-killer, and for many years he combined with Lance Berkman to give us all nightmares. This season, Oswalt is 13-13 with a sterling 2.76 ERA overall. Since joining the Phillies mid-season, Oswalt has … Continue reading

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Orlando Cabrera and Championship Shortstops

The Reds signed Orlando Cabrera to a free agent contract in the off season in an effort to strengthen one of the Reds’ biggest offseason question marks; that is, who plays shortstop or maybe the question was actually whether Paul Janish would hit enough to be the regular shortstop? Janish was the default regular after … Continue reading

2010 Reds / Minors

Roster moves

Enquirer lists some of the Reds latest roster moves: On Hernandez: The Reds want catcher Ramon Hernandez to return for 2010, but not for the $8.5 million figure his club option calls for, according to mlb.com. “We’re not going to pick up the option,” Reds general manager Walt Jocketty told mlb.com’s Mark Sheldon on Friday. … Continue reading

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Redleg Trade Review: Ken Griffey, Jr.

February 10, 2000: Ken Griffey, Jr., is traded by the Seattle Mariners to the Cincinnati Reds for Jake Meyer (minors), Mike Cameron, Antonio Perez and Brett Tomko. To add to the transaction above, please keep in mind that Greg Vaughn was granted free agency on October 28, 1999, and signed with the Tampa Bay Devil … Continue reading