Posts tagged "Cincinnati Reds"

Albert Pujols, Starlin Castro, and The New Big Red Machine: A Comprehensive NL Central Preview

Albert Pujols, Starlin Castro, and The New Big Red Machine: A Comprehensive NL Central Preview
As pitchers and catchers report all over baseball, now is a great time to look forward to the summer with a little baseball talk. Here’s a comprehensive look at the National League Central. (new players on each team are bold) Chicago Cubs 2010 Finish: 75-87 (5th) Manager: Mike Quade Lineup C – Geovany Soto (Koyie... Read more »

Roy Halladay No-Hitter: Philly's Ace Brings Back Memories

  On Wednesday night, Philadelphia Phillies ace Roy Halladay threw his second no-hitter of the year. It was the first postseason no-hitter since Don Larson threw a perfect game for the Yankees in 1956, and the last pitcher to throw two no-no’s in the same year was Nolan Ryan over 30 years ago. Halladay had... Read more »

When Sports Reporting Goes Up In Smoke

When Sports Reporting Goes Up In Smoke
Ready for an epic rant? Stupidity makes me angry. And you won’t like me when I’m angry. On Sept. 27, the Cincinnati Reds clinched the National League’s Central Division crown for the first time in over a decade on a walk-off home run. It was an incredible, legend-launching moment for one of the younger teams... Read more »
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