[This post was written by Justin Berg, who has his own website at Bergonsports.com and @bergonsports on Twitter. Thanks, Justin. — spm] It’s the two hundred million dollar question on everyone’s mind: Will Joey Votto ever be the same hitter? I played golf recently with two good friends, both are huge Reds fans, one is […]
The Reds face the Mets in the second game of the series. They remain tied with the Pirates for second place in the NL Central and the home field advantage for the Wild Card play-in game. Both teams are two games behind the St. Louis Cardinals. The Pirates (Gerrit Cole) face the Chicago Cubs (Chris […]
No game today. The hated Cardinals arrive in the Queen City tomorrow. Idle hands, devil’s workshop. I just have to ask: 1. Why were the Reds stuck with Pedro Villarreal as the starter last night? Johnny Cueto told the Reds last Friday something felt wrong. Right then and there, the Reds needed to consider there […]
This weekend, the first-place Reds (38-30) kick-off a six-game homestand with three against the Minnesota Twins (27-41). Minnesota sits in last place in the AL Central, sporting the worst record in the American League. The two teams haven’t played each other for eleven years. The Twins are coming off a series at Pittsburgh where they […]
Part three of early July history…this will get the Reds up through July 10th….thanks again to the books “Day by Day in Reds History” by Floyd Conner and John Snyder and “Redleg Journal” by Greg Rhodes and John Snyder.
July 6…1883….The Reds crush Baltimore, 23-0 as Will White hurls a four-hitter. White goes 43-22 with a 2.09 ERA, including six shutouts, 577 innings, and 64 complete games in 64 starts.