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Name: Redleg Nation
Description: A support group for obsessive Reds fans
URL: http://www.redlegnation.com
RSS Feeds: Cincinnati Reds - http://redlegnation.com/feed/rss2/
Related Team(s): Reds
Related Sports(s): Baseball
Date Added: 2005-03-02 19:39:23
  
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Trade speculation
The Reds have been connected in trade rumors today to outfielders Marlon Byrd (Phillies) and Alex Rios (Rangers). Presumably, either would play LF for the Reds. Here are averages of two slash line “rest of the season” projections and their current defensive runs saved for 2014, plus those stats for Ryan Ludwick: Byrd: .262/.317/.437, +6 … Continue reading →

Game 104: Hello Kitty Offense Here to Stay?
Final R H E Washington Nationals (57-45) 4 5 0 Cincinnati Reds (52-52) 2 7 2 W: D. Fister (10-2)   L: M. Latos (2-3)   S: R. Soriano (25) Box Score | Stats | Depth Chart | FanGraphs Win Probability Mat Latos touched 96 mph in the 1st inning, for those concerned about the status of his … Continue reading →

Nationals at Reds (July 27, 2014)
Well Johnny Cueto unlocked the secret for this Reds team to win again… Just don’t allow your opponent to score any runs. Today, it is your turn Mat Latos. If you want to win, you better be on top of your game. The Reds will look to make it two wins in a row with … Continue reading →

Game 103: Our Long Nationals Nightmare Is Over
Final R H E Washington Nationals (56-45) 0 4 0 Cincinnati Reds (52-51) 1 4 0 W: J. Cueto (11-6)   L: G. Gonzalez (6-6)   S: Chapman (22) Box Score | Stats | Depth Chart | FanGraphs Win Probability [Good] Some beautiful defense, the kind we saw the entire first half of the baseball season—before the … Continue reading →

Nationals at Reds (July 26, 2014)
Will the Reds ever win again? Today’s lineup does not give me a lot of confidence to say yes to that question. Cueto might have to pitch a shutout. Of course with the way things have gone these last 7 losses, that might not even be enough! But the Reds will win a game at … Continue reading →

Rethinking Bullpen Roles
[Editors: This is Ben Rubin's third post at Redleg Nation. He has previously written about Billy Hamilton and his trip behind enemy baselines to New York's Citi Field. Ben (pictured, end) is a Cincinnati native, currently living in Jersey City, where he is a graduate student and adjunct professor of writing. Thanks, Ben!] Building a … Continue reading →

T-shirts Shipped!
The new Redleg Nation t-shirts shipped yesterday – USPS First Class. Thanks to everyone who bought one (or more). A look at the mailing addresses confirms that we really are a Redleg Nation. Members from 15 states ordered shirts. If you add in the states from the fund-raising sale earlier this season, it’s twenty-three. We … Continue reading →...

Game 102: Slip Sliding Away?
Final R H E Washington Nationals (56-44) 4 12 0 Cincinnati Reds (51-51) 1 4 1 W: T. Roark (10-6)   L: A. Simon (12-5)   S: R. Soriano (24) Box Score | Stats | Depth Chart | FanGraphs Win Probability Has Alfredo Simon hit the wall? Is he regressing to the mean? He didn’t have it … Continue reading →

Nationals at Reds (July 25, 2014)
The Reds, still in search of their first victory after the All-Star break, welcome in the National League East leading Washington Nationals to Great American Ball Park for a 3-game set. I honestly can not think of anything witty to post. The way the Reds have played since the All-Star game has been pretty dismal. … Continue reading →

Washington Nationals
The Washington Nationals are 55-44 and in first place in the NL East with a one game lead over the Atlanta Braves. They are 4-2 since the All-Star break and coming off a 2-1 mile-high series win against the Rockies. The Cincinnati Reds are not these things. The Reds did win the May series against … Continue reading →

A quick primer on Jumbo Diaz
If I told you I found a six foot four, 345lb ballplayer, where do you think he would line up on the field? right tackle relief pitcher The Reds newest (although not youngest) addition to the bullpen is one Jose Rafael “Jumbo” Diaz. That nickname is no accident. If you have not seen him pitch before … Continue reading →

 
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