I’ve always tried to remain objective when writing about my favorite team on this blog. If anything, I want to be the voice of reality to whoever reads my thoughts on the Reds. I’m never overly optimistic, and a lot of times I lean towards pessimism; like most people do when things are going really bad.
The Reds were embarrassed and beaten soundly by their hated rival the St. Louis Cardinals in front of sell out crowds at their home park multiple times this weekend. Sam Lecure said it himself.
This is not a team that is going anywhere this year. Something is missing, and we’re going to go the entire year and never really know what it was. It’s just not in the cards for the Redlegs in 2013. It’s had it’s year of special memories – Homer Bailey’s no-hitter, Jay Bruce’s walk-off home run – but this year is going to end in disappointment like so many others have for the Reds.
Most likely it ends with a one-game playoff Wildcard game. If you’re one of those fans who thinks they win that ...