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R.I.P. Frank Pastore

Former Reds pitcher and Christian radio host Frank Pastore, 55, died¬†Monday,¬†from injuries sustained in a November motorcycle accident — an accident that Pastore anticipated on-air just three hours before his death. According to thechristianpost.com, Pastore was on his way to his southern California home after the November 19 broadcast of “The Frank Pastore Show,” his … Continue reading

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This Day in Reds History: The Cream Rises, Missed Opportunities, and more Chico Surprises

October 2, 1877: The Reds finish one of their worst season in Cincinnati baseball history, by losing to the Chicago White Stockings, 13-1. The 1877 Reds, who had disbanded and restarted at mid-season, finish the year 15-42 in last place, 25 1/2 games behind the first place Boston Red Caps. The Red Caps were remnants … Continue reading

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This Day in Reds History: Hit Records, 19 Scoreless Innings, and More

September 9, 1946 The Cincinnati Reds and Brooklyn Dodgers play a 19-inning 0-0 tie in Brooklyn, the longest 0-0 game in major league history. The game is eventually stopped due to darkness and replayed from the beginning on September 20 with the Dodgers winning, 5-3. Using the “Game Score” statistic, Reds lefty Johnny Vander Meer … Continue reading