Found November 22, 2012 on Redlegs Review:
Happy Turkey Day everyone! I would like to use this time to express my sincere gratitude for everyone who reads or frequents this blog on a regular basis. You all are very much appreciated. Secondly, I would also like to provide an interesting and somewhat humorous post on this glorified day of gluttony. While most of America will have food, family and football on tap today, Redlegs Review is going to add a fourth dimension to that list....Reds baseball. For your pure comedic entertainment, I give you what select members of the Reds would be if they were a traditional Thanksgiving dish. So grab yourself some pumpkin pie or another dessert of your choosing and enjoy... The Turkey - Joey Votto Votto is to the team as turkey is to the fourth Thursday of every November in America. They are the centerpieces, the foundation on which everything else is built around. Take them out of the equation and what's left is a void too great for anything else to properly fill. Turkey i...

Scott Rolen may return to Reds in 2013

Scott Rolen is unsure if he will attempt to continue his baseball career. Rolen, a 17 year veteran, will turn 38 in early April. Jason Stark reports that Rolen has spoken to the Cincinnati Reds about 2013 but is  “not ready to make a decision.” If Rolen has interest in playing for the Reds again next season it would have to be as a bat off the bench as Todd Frazier has to be...

The Bruce Registry

Included on the registry: this “Great White Pitcher.”I know I just wrote about Jay Bruce yesterday, but this time of year, there are only so many times you can post updates to the Redsfest line-up without going insane. Plus, tomorrow is Thanksgiving, which just makes you want to do a good deed, like pointing out the link to the Bruce wedding registry at Pottery Barn. Just from...

On this day in Reds history: The club is unable to field a professional nine

  November 21, 1870 - The Cincinnati Baseball Club announces it will hire no professional players for the 1871 season, and instead will develop its amateur players. Unable to sign its star players to contracts for the 1871 season, and uncertain of being able to field a competitive first-class nine that would live up to the standards of the Red Stockings, the Cincinnati Baseball...

Game Breakdown: Carlos Contreras

Yesterday the Cincinnati Reds added several players to the 40 man roster in order to protect them from the Rule 5 draft next month at the winter meetings. Most of the names added were players most of you were familiar with, but one name wasn’t as familiar as the others. Carlos Contreras was added and being the most unknown of the group, I thought I would spend some time to give...

A collection of Reds news and notes for the weekend

With Thanksgiving and Black Friday now in the rear view mirror, we inch a little bit closer to the beginning of baseball season. Although there still remains many wintry days between now and then, it never hurts to bask in a little Reds-related news and notes. So, grab you a plate of leftover turkey, pumpkin pie, or whatever else your heart so desires, and read up some interesting...

Season in Review: Curtis Partch

Keeping with the trend of covering new additions to the Reds 40-man roster, I thought today would be a good day to take a look at the season of Curtis Partch who finished up the season in Pensacola before heading out to the Arizona Fall League. April did not start off well for Curtis Partch. He made four starts for the Pensacola Blue Wahoos where he posted an ERA of 9.18 with 11...

Motorcycle accident leaves Ex-Red Frank Pastore in critical condition

Former Cincinnati Reds and Minnesota Twins starter Frank Pastore was critically injured Monday night when he was tossed from his motorcycle after colliding with a Hyundai Sonata .  The San Gabriel Valley Tribune reports that Pastore, 55, was riding on Interstate 210 near Duarte, California, approximately 25 miles from Los Angeles at the time.  California Highway Patrol officers...
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