Discussing expectations for 2015, Brandon Phillips said, “Our goal coming to spring training is to win the World Series, and if we stay healthy and go out there and play small-ball and do the right things, I feel like we can achieve our goal as a team.” We know the Reds didn’t stay healthy in […]

I had forgotten all about it. So, naturally, I was surprised when my cell phone rang on that hot, humid and exhausting day. I had driven 650 long miles through the June night to get my son to the only game he would attend at Great American Ballpark in the summer of 2013, the 12:30pm […]

You may have heard that the Reds hired a new manager. His name is Bryan Price. He used to be Cincinnati’s pitching coach, but then the Reds fired their previous manager (that guy’s name was Dusty Baker), and Price was installed as the field general. What’s that, you say? You already knew all this? Well, […]

Let’s recap tonight’s titanic struggle…. FINAL St. Louis 2 Cincinnati 6 W: T. Cingrani (7-3) L: L. Lynn (13-10) BOX SCORE POSITIVES –The Reds took three of four from the Cardinals. That’s a huge positive. Is it hyperbole to say that this may have been the most important win of the season for the good […]

Some sad news today, but there appears to be reason for hope: Reds third base coach Mark Berry told the team Sunday morning that he has been diagnosed with cancer, but expressed optimism that he will beat it. “I have cancer,” Berry told reporters after the team meeting. “I know it sounds bad, the word […]

Time for a recap of tonight’s titanic struggle…. FINAL Philadelphia 1 Cincinnati 5 WP: Harang (4-4) LP: Moyer (3-4) BOX SCORE POSITIVES –Smiling side of the scoreboard! –We all love the young guns in the rotation, but Aaron Harang is still the stud of the group. Seven innings, one run, four hits, struck out 9, […]