DREW STUBBS RUMORS & GOSSIP
Colorado 10, Cincinnati 9
When: 4:10 PM ET, Sunday, August 17, 2014
Where: Coors Field, Denver, Colorado
Umpires: Home – Dale Scott, 1B – Marcus Pattillo, 2B – CB Bucknor, 3B – Quinn Wolcott
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Rockies 10, Reds 9: Drew Stubbs slugged a walk-off three-run homer to cap a five-run rally in the bottom of the ninth inning...
BALLER MOVE: Add In NL-Only Leagues, Deep Mixed Leagues ANALYSIS: Drew Stubbs will likely never again be the 20-30 guy he was with Cincinnati back in 2010. He has, however, reestablished himself as a legitimate outfielder, both in fantasy and in real baseball, after he seemed destined to disappear from the realm of major league […]
Nothing goes better with a baseball game than a family sized of popcorn on a Sunday afternoon. And sometimes the popcorn tub comes in handy to catch a home run ball, even as Houston Astros RF Rick Ankiel stabs his glove at it in the process. Watch as this fan ends up with a souvenir from Cleveland Indians Drew Stubbs at the expense of his mid-afternoon snack (via MLB.com) -Dave...
ESPN’s Jerry Crasnick writes in his latest spring training blog about Drew Stubbs’ attempt to simplify his swing and cut down on his strikeout totals-
“After hitting a career-low .213 with a .610 OPS in Cincinnati last season, outfielder Drew Stubbs went home to Texas looking to make some changes. He spent the winter working with Ronnie Ortegon, the Reds’ new assistant hitting...
by: Chase Fitzgerald
Dear Drew Stubbs,
I’ve just found that you are now going to be an Indian and I just wanted to say goodbye. You’ve had your ups and downs, but I honestly really enjoyed watching you play. You may have been the most electrifying player on the Reds by always being a threat to steal a base and making some catches in center field look plain...
Let's be honest, folks. Drew Stubbs did not have a good season in 2012. He batted a measly .213 overall, got on base at a clip of just .277, and whiffed 166 times in only 493 at-bats. That's right. He failed to even put the ball in play in nearly 34% of his official trips to the plate, which equates to about one in three at-bats for all you mathematics majors out there...
Almost lost in a notebook item written by reds.com reporter Mark Sheldon yesterday was this little bit of news about the fastest man in baseball and top Reds’ prospect, Billy Hamilton.
Billy Hamilton is switching positions, going from shortstop to center field.
“There are a lot of reasons,” Bill Bavasi, the Reds’ vice president of scouting and player development, told MLB...
The best player available for the stretch run might already wear Red.
It's that time again. With less than 48 hours until Tuesday's non-waiver trade deadline, Reds fans are all wondering - what moves will the team make?
In recent days, the Reds have been rumored to be in
discussions for the Phillies’ Shane Victorino and Juan Pierre, the Twins’...
After almost two weeks of not playing because of a strained oblique and flu-like symptoms, Cincinnati Reds outfielder Drew Stubbs was finally placed on the disabled list.
I can only imagine that this happened after Walt Jocketty woke up from a week-long nap and wondered why Stubbs wasn’t playing. I mean, the only other explanation would involve assuming that the Reds management...
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The Reds are trying to avoid putting Drew Stubbs on the disabled list.Stubbs suffered a slightly strained oblique swinging at a pitch in Tuesday night's game. He'll miss at least a couple of games."Hopefully it will subside," manager Dusty Baker said. "We'll find out in a couple of days."Stubbs thinks he'll be all right."I think so,"...