2013 Reds / Titanic Struggle Recap

Titanic Struggle Recap: Reds drop a series to the hapless Mariners

Let’s recap today’s titanic struggle…. FINAL Seattle 3 Cincinnati 1 W: J. Saunders (7-8) L: B. Arroyo (7-7) S: T. Wilhelmsen (18) BOX SCORE POSITIVES –Chris Heisey had two doubles, and drove in Cincinnati’s only run. Todd Frazier had a double, and scored that run. –The bullpen trio of Alfredo Simon, Manny Parra, and Aroldis … Continue reading

2011 Reds / Dusty Was Misconstrued / Dusty Watch / Dusty's Lineup Shenanigans

Breaking News: Dusty Baker wants to win the World Series!

Over at SI, Tom Verducci has an entertaining article about our manager. It’s your must-read for today: At the age of 61, and back for his 18th try at managing a World Series winner, Cincinnati manager Dusty Baker, a guy who in the first place didn’t want anything to do with managing, has become one … Continue reading

1990 Reds / Reds - General / Reds History / Reds Trivia

This Day in Reds History: Reds Trade Paul O’Neill; Reds Sign Managers Piniella and Boone

November 3, 1934: The Cincinnati Reds purchase outfielder Ival Goodman and third baseman Lew Riggs from the St. Louis Cardinals. Both players had been caught up in the vast organizational talent that made up the St. Louis Cardinals organization during that time. Between 1926 and 1934, the Cardinals appeared in five World Series, winning three … Continue reading

Big Red Machine / Reds - General / Reds History / Reds Trivia

This Day in Reds History: Reds Hire Tony Perez and Ray Knight as Managers

October 30, 1992: Two weeks after becoming the youngest General Manager in baseball history (at the time), Jim Bowden pulls off a public relations coups by naming Tony Perez manager of the Reds. Lou Piniella had resigned as Reds manager on October 6 to become manager of the Seattle Mariners. Piniella had won the 1990 … Continue reading