Found November 12, 2011 on Redlegs Review:
PLAYERS: Brodie Greene
TEAMS: Cincinnati Reds
The Phoenix Desert Dogs lost again, dropping a close 3-2 game to the Scottsdale Scorpions. -Brodie Greene was the only Reds prospect to play, going 0-2 with a walk, while playing 2b. There are just five regular season games left in the AFL.

Weekend Reds News & Notes

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Speed, not K's, can be Stubbs' identifiable trait

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While there’s still Chris Heisey’s Breakout Player of the Year award still to talk about, today, I’m looking outside the sphere of Reds-ness and checking out the happenings in the parallel universe of all the other teams. I know it’s old news by now, but dammit, <a ... [visit site to read more]
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