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Happy Saturday all you Reds heads out there. Here are some links and notes to help get the best day of the week underway: * The Cincinnati Zoo announced a sizable donation from the foundation of a former Reds owner on Thursday. For more details check out this article from the Washington Post. LINK. * Brandon Phillips was asked about his contract situation during an interview at the Breaking Barriers event Thursday. To read what he had to say, check out Mark Sheldon's post here. LINK. * The Reds will be an intriguing team to watch this offseason writes Sheldon. LINK. * Terence Moore of MLB.com thinks the third time should be the charm for Barry Larkin's Hall of Fame chances. LINK. * Pitching prospect and Canadian Kyle Lotzkar will be hosting an event to raise food, money and clothing for his home community of Comox Valley next week. To read all the details please click on the following. LINK. * John Fay provides some notes regarding Zack Cozart's rehab...
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