A Reds Family

Kevin Mitchell stood in the box against the San Francisco Giants in a close game. Mitchell was a modern-day Paul Bunyan, a blue collar hero with superhuman strength. Earlier in the game, he hit a ball so far th... Read More...

Misfiring (some Reds managers)

All the speculation on whether Bryan Price would return to the Reds as their manager has now concluded. He will be back next year for sure, with an option year included. To most involved with Redleg Nation, we ... Read More...

#14Forever

This submission is from reader Todd McDorman. With this post, I think we've probably run the gamut of opinions on the Hit King. The raucous capacity crowd greeted their favorite son with a hero’s welcom... Read More...

On Pete

Earlier this week, we had a couple of interesting takes on Pete Rose here at Redleg Nation. Check out Art Bidwell's piece on The Paradoxical King, and Wesley Jenkins' look at Rose from the perspective of someon... Read More...

Inner fire

On September 7, 1986, the Cincinnati Reds played the Chicago Cubs on a “getaway” day. It was a Sunday and the second place Reds were heading off to take on the first place Houston Astros after play... Read More...

The Greatest Reds Hitter

The question “who is the greatest hitter” is likely to garner many different answers depending on how the statement is qualified. If asked about the greatest current hitter, respondents are likely t... Read More...