Red Sox, Phillies and the First Heart Attack of the Season

AP Photo/Chris Szagola Let it be known that my first heart attack of this young Red Sox season came at 9:33pm on April 8, 2015. That’s when Hanley Ramirez turned on a Jonathan Papelbon fastball and drove it far and away into the murky Philly night for what I thought was most certainly his second grand slam in as many nights. A grand slam that would have put the Red Sox up 5-4...
Via Surviving Grady
April 09, 2015  |  Discuss

Legendary Reds trio to serve as grand marshals of Opening Day parade

A group of Reds greats will be back together to kick off a celebratory day in Cincinnati. The "Nasty Boys," Reds classic 1990 relievers Norm Charlton, Rob Dibble and Randy Myers, were announced Wednesday as the grand marshals of the 96th Findlay Market Opening Day Parade. Charlton, Dibble and Myers were integral parts of the Reds' 1990 team that defeated the Oakland Athletics in...
Via Fox Sports Ohio
February 11, 2015  |  Discuss

Montgomery Recalls Trade That Brought Him To Royals

The early Royals teams were built on shrewd trades. Stalwarts like Amos Otis, Freddie Patek, and Hal McRae came to Kansas City without the Royals giving up a lot of talent in return. But one of the most lopsided trades in franchise history happened 27 years ago this weekend. On February 15, 1988, the Royals dealt outfield prospect Van Snider for a 26-year-old relief pitcher named...
Via Pine Tar Press
February 11, 2015  |  Discuss

The Cincinnati Reds’ Nasty Boys will be featured on MLB Network Presents

MLB Network Presents is the network’s newest original feature series, spotlighting a variety of stories throughout the game of baseball. The second edition of MLB Network Presents will air Tuesday, January 20th at 9 PM, and will feature the 1990 Cincinnati Reds and their famous Nasty Boys bullpen trio. Plenty of interviews from people close to the 1990 Reds will be aired, including...
Via Awful Announcing
January 16, 2015  |  Discuss

Rob Dibble has some eloquent thoughts on sabermetrics

Former MLB pitcher and former ESPN and Fox baseball analyst Rob Dibble is known for his schtick that focuses on being “edgy” as a Nasty Boy a generation ago.  After being a national television analyst and radio host for several years, Dibble is currently working for an ESPN Radio affiliate in Connecticut after bouncing down the ladder to the local circuit. True to form, Dibble...
Via Awful Announcing
July 24, 2014  |  Discuss

A night of nostalgia: Nasty Boys still crazy after all these years

CINCINNATI -- They went by the name of The Nasty Boys -- Norm Charlton, Rob Dibble and Randy Myers. And when they took the mound for the Cincinnati Reds in 1990, they were, indeed, very nasty boys. The Three Musketeers could not have been any closer than Charlton, Dibble and Myers. One for all and all for one applied to them, too. They were back in town Monday night to throw out...
Via Fox Sports Ohio
July 07, 2014  |  Discuss

Dan Patrick discusses achieving on-air chemistry (Video)

We wrap up the Dan Patrick interview series from Ram Trucks with this video of Dan talking about achieving on-air chemistry with his co-hosts/broadcasting partners. From his time with Keith Olbermann on SportsCenter to partnering with Rob Dibble on the radio or now the Danettes, Dan has always been known for having excellent on-air chemistry. […]
Via Larry Brown Sports
July 01, 2014  |  Discuss

Olympian and former Fox Sports Radio host Amy Van Dyken suffers spinal cord injury

One of the most decorated Olympic swimmers in history, Amy Van Dyken, is in an Arizona hospital after severing her spine in a freak accident over the weekend. Van Dyken was riding an all-terrain vehicle when it hit a curb in a restaurant parking lot and went flying down an embankment. The accident severed her spinal cord and the injury came extremely close to rupturing her aorta...
Via Awful Announcing
June 11, 2014  |  Discuss

Buy Rob Dibble’s Classy California House – $1.145 Million

  I wasn’t expecting former Reds Nasty Boy Rob Dibble to live in a very respectable house in California. I was expecting him…
Via Busted Coverage
April 28, 2014  |  Discuss

Fox Sports Radio announces new lineup for 2014

Changes are coming to the Fox Sports Radio lineup in 2014 and voices you may have grown accustomed to hearing will be missing. The new lineup for 2014 is missing notable names such as Pat O'Brien, Rob Dibble, Amy Van Dyken and Steve Hartman. While the new roster for Fox Sports Radio hasn't been completely finalized, it's clear the network is making some big changes for the new year...
Via Awful Announcing
December 22, 2013  |  Discuss
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