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This Day in Reds History: Reds Deal Dave Parker, Randy Myers, and Sean Casey

December 8, 1987: Four years and one day after making him the Reds first big free agent acquisition, the Reds trade outfielder Dave Parker to the Oakland A’s for starting pitcher and future Reds ace Jose Rijo and reliever Tim Birtsas. Parker’s best Reds season had come in 1985 when he finished second in MVP … Continue reading

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This Day in Reds History: Armbrister Bunts and Tenace Homers

October 14, 1952: The Reds trade outfielder Cal Abrams, catcher Joe Rossi, and first baseman Gail Henley to the Pittsburgh Pirates for outfielder Gus Bell. Bell becomes a four-time all-star and one of the favorite players in Reds history. October 14, 1968: During the National League’s second expansion draft of the 1960’s, the Reds lose … Continue reading

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Redleg Trade Review: Who’s on First–Casey, Konerko, Perez, Petagine or Young?

April 5, 1996: Eduardo Perez is traded by the California Angels to the Cincinnati Reds for Will Pennyfeather. November 10, 1997: Dmitri Young traded by the St. Louis Cardinals to the Cincinnati Reds for Jeff Brantley. February 5, 1998: Roberto Petagine is traded by the New York Mets to the Cincinnati Reds for Yuri Sanchez … Continue reading

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Redleg Trade Review: A New Rotation for the 1995 Pennant Drive

July 21, 1995: Deion Sanders traded by the Cincinnati Reds with David McCarty, Ricky Pickett, John Roper and Scott Service to the San Francisco Giants for Dave Burba, Darren Lewis and Mark Portugal. July 31, 1995: Traded a player to be named later, Dave Tuttle (minors) and C.J. Nitkowski to the Detroit Tigers. Received David … Continue reading

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On Eric Davis

If you’re like me, you grew up as a big fan of Eric Davis. Well, MLB.com is running a series of “Where are they now?” retrospectives, and for the Reds, they take a look at Eric the Red. Always good to read anything about Davis. Also, if you’re interested, the Cleveland entry into this series … Continue reading