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by: Dan Howard
Before I start, I would like to say a big thank you to Brian Ooten for the gift, a framed print of W.S. Purdom’s “A Season to Celebrate”, featuring montages of important events during the Reds 2012 season. I have it prominently displayed in my office.
The worldwide cases of insomnia are nearing an end. I know many people have been waiting impatiently for the reveal of the Top Ten Reds Wins at Great American Ball Park. Believe me; I have struggled with this too. What game to put where on the list. In the past week, I have tweaked this top 10 list at least five times before finally deciding to go with it. I’m sure not all will agree, I know I’ve left out a lot of games, each with its own personality, which is why I stress this list is merely my humble opinion.
To see games 25-11, click here.
10. May 27, 2012 – Reds 7 Colorado 5. All of the Rockies’ runs came via solo homers, but the overall story was the Reds’ offensive explosion during t...
BEST OF MAXIM
It wasn't too long ago when catcher Devin Mesoraco was heralded as the undisputed top prospect in Cincinnati's system. In fact, it was less than one year ago. Now, speedster Billy Hamilton holds that title after swiping more bases in 2012 than you can shake a stick at (155 to be exact).
Expectations were high for Mesoraco entering his rookie season. Many even dubbed him...
This is the face of the Reds.
This is the face of MLB.
On Friday, MLB Network announced Joey Votto as the winner of its "Face of MLB" promotion after the Reds first basemen edged out Dodgers center fielder Matt Kemp in the championship round.
The month-long competition originally began with 30 players, one for each MLB franchise, and the field was slowly whittled...
Yorman Rodriguez is one of the young guys the RR Roundtable
has its eyes on this spring for the Reds.
We come together for our second edition of the RR Roundtable
and its an expanded version this week. Must be that the start of baseball
season has the RR writers all excited. In this week’s roundtable, RR staff
members Scott Eddy (@scotte97), Jimmi Adair (@Redlegs_Review...
GOODYEAR, Ariz. His name is Corky Miller and thats no nickname. Corky is his given name.And what the 37-year-old catcher gives the Cincinnati Reds is immeasurable. It is one of the reasons that despite spending most of his 16 professional years in the minor leagues that Miller is one of the most popular guys in the Reds clubhouse.Miller barely has four years of experience in the...
Latos is staring hard down the barrel of another
great season in Cincinnati
by: Matt Bollmann
Right around this time last year we were discussing the acquisition of Mat Latos and the impact that he would have on last years starting rotation. The Reds certainly gave up a lot to get Latos, so naturally as fans, we expected big things out of him. He definitely...
Spring Training can sometimes make for strange bedfellows, especially when it comes to veteran players still trying to cling to the remnants of their career. But no coupling may be any more unexpected than the recent news reported by the Cincinnati.com that Mark Prior has signed a minor league contract with the Reds. What makes it so strange you ask? Well, it means that Mark Prior...
Clay Hensley shows off his soft-cloth tossing lefty skills.
Mark Prior is making yet another pitch to return to the big leagues.
The 32-year-old Prior has signed a minor league contract with the Cincinnati Reds, marking the fourth straight spring the oft-injured righty has tried a comeback.
Prior has not been in the majors since 2006. He pitched for Boston in Triple-A last season, making 19 relief appearances with a 3.96 ERA.
Being reunited with former manager Dusty Baker, spent flamethrower Mark Prior signed a minor league contract with the Cincinnati Reds on Friday. The 6-foot-5, 225 pound Prior, who the Chicago Cubs took out of USC with the second overall choice in the 2001 draft, hasn’t thrown in the majors since numerous right shoulder injuries forced his premature exit in 2006. “He called me...
Cincinnati boasted the top bullpen in baseball last year and come into 2013 with great depth despite losing Aroldis Chapman to the rotation. They don’t any reliever prospects knocking on the MLB door right now, but there are a lot of strong arms that could make a case in the future.