Found November 26, 2011 on Redlegs Review:
Relive some of the high-points of the 2011 season in the following video. Among the notable highlights include a plethora of walk-off hits, Reds pitchers mowing down opposing batters, some defensive gems and Francisco Cordero nailing down his 300th career save.

Yonder Alonso: Should he Stay or Should he Go?

Yonder Alonso must feel more like a grub worm than a professional baseball player right now. This due to the recent speculation claiming the team is dangling the prized prospect as their primary trade bait for pitching -- namely another top-notch starter and/or closer to fill the vacancy left behind by free agent Francisco Cordero. While there's no doubt Cincinnati'...

Baseball’s Brightest Stars at Redsfest 2011

I dunno…the fact that the only bona fide baseball activity coming out the Reds world is Brandon Phillips tweeting about his lack of contract kinda has me down. But gosh, it’s a little early to be getting all negative already doesn’t it? So rather than go off on a rant, I clicked on another of the unnecessary navigation buttons in the Redsfest landing page on and copied...

This Day in Reds History: The End of an Era

November 28th, 1978 - In a decision that took the entire baseball world by surprise, new GM Dick Wagner fires Sparky Anderson and replaces him with John McNamara. The following is an excerpt taken from Redleg Journal on the shocking occurrence: "The stunning move touche a wave of protest among Reds fans. No one was more surprised than Anderson, who had just returned...

Pics of Redsfest Past

The 2011 edition of Redsfest is set to go down this upcoming Friday and Saturday at the Duke Energy Convention Center in Downtown Cincinnati. It's a great chance for Reds fans to interact with current and former players, scoop up some team merchandise, and experience the coolest fan gathering in all of professional baseball. So to help wet your appetite for this momentous...

Note: Francisco Cordero is now a Type-B free agent

Under the new rules of the collective bargaining agreement, RHP Francisco Cordero is now a Type-B free agent, and so he will no longer cost his new team any draft picks. On Monday,’s Jon Heyman predicted Cordero would sign a two-year, $16 million contract. However, Joe Nathan recently signed a two-year, $14.5 million contract with the Rangers. In an interview with Jim Bowden...

Free Agent Stock Watch: Francisco Cordero

Francisco Cordero was already drawing interest from several teams this offseason, but the free agent closer became even more attractive on the open market when his Type A status was modified into a Type B by the new collective bargaining agreement.  Now the team that signs Cordero doesn't have to give up a first-round draft pick as compensation, which is good news for the several...

Ryan Braun Wins MVP; Votto Sixth

Earlier this week, MLB announced the winner of the National League’s Most Valuable Player award. We all knew that Joey Votto would not be repeating for the Cincinnati Reds, thanks to their craptastic year. But we all wondered where he would place and how many votes he’d get. As expected, the Milwaukee Brewers’ Ryan Braun won the award. And Votto placed sixth. Ryan Braun,...

Getting Ready for Redsfest

With one week to go till Redsfest, the Red Hot Family has secured a hotel room and started planning our trip through the event. It’s a bit of a PITA because they’ve put every piece of information on a separate page … [visit site to read more]

Is It Time For The Nationals To Consider Shopping Chris Marrero?

News has come out this week that the Cincinnati Reds are now fielding offers for prized first-base prospect Yonder Alonso, which means the 24-year-old Cuban native has something to be thankful for this Thanksgiving. The former first round pick has been stuck in purgatory, otherwise known as Louisville Kentucky, playing for the Reds’ Triple-A farm club for the past two years while...

Hot Stove report: Cincinnati Reds

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Clayton Kershaw and Jay Bruce Present Those Contest Answers Some of You Have Been Waiting For!

The contest is officially closed! Anyways, apparently I've become predictable, because far more people guessed low than I assumed would.So, how much was that pair of sweet 2009 A&G autos - featuring Cy Young Winner Clayton Kershaw and Reds star Jay Bruce? Well, let me first say I grabbed 'em as a lot on eBay. The cards were listed decently, with the correct player names...

Wandy Rodriguez for Yonder Alonso?

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