If you didn’t catch today’s split-squad game against Cleveland, you missed a legendary moment, when Fox Sports Ohio’s Jim Day interviewed Joey Votto in the dugout. The entire interview is below, but the highlight, without question, Votto’s suggestion that FSO needs a new segment: Gym Day with Jim Day. Enjoy: Count us in for #GymDayWithJimDay. […]

The Reds have added veteran broadcaster Jim Day to the Reds on Radio broadcast team. pic.twitter.com/JUSUZLJscf — Cincinnati Reds (@Reds) December 20, 2017 The Reds announced a familiar name will be joining the radio broadcast team: The Reds have added veteran broadcaster Jim Day to the Reds on Radio broadcast team. In addition to continuing […]

This week’s respondents are Chad Dotson, Matt Habel, Steve Mancuso, Clay Marshall and Tom Mitsoff. Our Daily Reds Obsession: Which of the Reds broadcasters do you like the most?  Chad: Marty Brennaman. Now that Vin Scully is retired, there isn’t a radio play-by-play broadcaster in all of baseball — and I’ve heard them all — who […]

After Homer Bailey’s start on Saturday, Jim Day asked Bryan Price if Homer made it through the game healthy. It was asked in a positive, silver-lining sort of way. Seemed like a reasonable question/comment to me. Price blasted Day — Jim Day — for asking. Of course Homer was healthy! Don’t you know they don’t […]

For the second week in a row, your regularly scheduled evergreen-style Baseball is Life has been bumped by breaking news. Last week was The Game That Would Not End. This week:  Rally Bird. The Reds were minding their usual business on Sunday afternoon, losing steadily to the Rockies, when a mourning dove arrived in the […]

It’s that time of year, Reds fans: The Reds announced Tuesday that their 2017 Caravan will be on the road Jan. 26-29 with stops in Ohio, Kentucky, Indiana, West Virginia and Tennessee. Fans will have an opportunity to see and interact with current and former players, Minor League prospects, front office staff and broadcasters. Each […]

The Reds entered play on Friday having allowed 37 runs over the last four games (9.3 runs per game). They got much better pitching tonight, but it wouldn’t be enough. Ben Revere hit a walk-off single in the bottom of the 14th inning to secure the win for the Nationals. The Reds have now lost 13 […]

In a stunning and unprecedented move, the Cincinnati Reds, firmly in first place in the NL Central Division for much of the year and currently leading by 8.5 games over the second place St. Louis Cardinals, decided to end their season at the 141 game mark, calling it a day and ceding first place to […]

Let’s recap tonight’s titanic struggle…. FINAL Philadelphia 3 Cincinnati 0 W: C. Lee (15-7) L: D. Willis (0-4) S: R. Madson (25) BOX SCORE POSITIVES –Jose Arredondo and Aroldis Chapman tossed two and a third innings of shutout baseball. –Drew Stubbs had two hits. Jay Bruce had a hit and a walk. Joey Votto had […]