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It's no secret that the Reds aren't playing so great lately. Entering Monday, Cincinnati had lost seven of its last nine games, and had won only two times in the past 11 days. Meanwhile, the Pittsburgh Pirates have been ripping off wins left and right, and have subsequently raced out to a cushy lead in the National League. The St. Louis Cardinals stand in between the front-running Buccos and Reds, as well. Naturally, this has some Reds fans worried, and perhaps for good reason. But one guy who doesn't appear to be ready to push the panic button at this point is Brandon Phillips. Phillips noted the complaints he has fielded from fans via Twitter and sounds optimistic that the crew will turn things around. He even included a subtle jab at "bandwagon fans" in the process. “It sucks that some of our fans are counting us out right now, that they’re jumping off the bandwagon,” Phillips said. “But the (bandwagon fans), they’ll come back later on. All we can ...
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