Hot Starts, Cold Finishes

For the first decade of the 21st Century, the Cincinnati Reds were not a successful baseball team. They played no postseason games; they won zero division titles; and they finished above .500 only once. In h... Read More...
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“Let the kid play, Dusty.”

Over at Grantland, Jonah Keri has a pretty good piece on the Todd Frazier dilemma that will be staring the Reds in the face when Joey Votto returns (this weekend, hopefully). I've gone on the record as urging p... Read More...
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Stability

I don't know what to make of this, but I thought it might trigger some interesting discussion. From a Hal McCoy Q&A over at DDN: Q Isn’t the problem with the Reds the manager (Dusty Baker), as it ha... Read More...
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On Dusty Baker

John Fay had this to say about our intrepid manager: No manager has been very popular during the eight-year hiatus from .500-plus baseball in Cincinnati. But Baker seems to be getting ripped more vociferously ... Read More...