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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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Coming to Life
The first week and a half of the season was terrifying. It was terrifying because the Reds looked like our worst fears. Plenty of pitching, but good luck finding enough runs to win. Since then, however, things have turned around a bit. As I write this, the Reds have scored at least four runs eight … Continue reading →

Kwaaay-toh …
Final R H E Cincinnati Reds  (9-11) 4 10 1 Pittsburgh Pirates  (9-12) 1 3 0 W: Cueto (2-2, 1.22 ERA, 2.80 FIP) L: Volquez (1-1, 1.93 ERA, 3.01 FIP) S: Broxton (3)  Box Score  |   Play-by-Play    |    Photos    |    Depth Chart    |    FanGraphs Win Probability Positives With the win, the Reds evened up the series. Come Thursday night, … Continue reading

Reds at Pirates (April 22, 2014)
Tonight’s game in Pittsburgh between the Reds and Pirates has plenty of interesting story lines… 1. It is Johnny Cueto’s first start in Pittsburgh since the playoff debacle.  I place very high odds on us hearing “Cue-to” chants during tonight’s game.  Let’s just hope Johnny doesn’t fumble the ball at any point on the mound … Continue readi...

Bryan Price’s (and Walt Jocketty’s) Bullpen
The bullpen has played a large role in several losses by the Reds in 2014, including last night’s defeat to the Pittsburgh Pirates. Let me make four points about that. Point One: Injuries The Reds bullpen has been plagued by an unusual number of injuries. Four pitchers who were likely to have started the season in … Continue reading →

Podcast #112: The Devin Mesoraco Show
Joel Luckhaupt and I get you up to date on everything relevant in Redsland in the latest edition of Redleg Nation Radio. Among today’s topics: Devin Mesoraco, Johnny Cueto, Joey Votto, and anyone else whose name ends with “o”. Enjoy! You can right-click here to download the mp3 file to listen at your leisure. For … Continue reading →

The Third Inning
Hi everyone. Some of you, I know have been keeping track of my baseball novel When the Sparrow Sings. Well, the third inning is out today. Prepare yourselves for a shift in subject matter. Here’s the link. Go take a gander. Continue reading →

How does the Cincinnati Reds system stack up with the NL Central?
John Sickels of MinorLeagueBall.com has finished up his prospect rankings as we gear up for the 2014 season. Sickels, usually finished by January or February, suffered a concussion over the winter and has had trouble recovering from it and it really slowed down his work. But he is finished now with all thirty teams. With … Continue reading

Fatal bullpen
Final R H E Cincinnati Reds  (8-11) 5 11 0 Pittsburgh Pirates  (9-11) 6 12 1 W: Hughes (1-0) L: Hoover (1-2) Box Score  |   Play-by-Play    |    Photos    |    Depth Chart    |    FanGraphs Win Probability Positives The Reds scored a Hamilrun in the first inning when Billy Hamilton was hit by Francisco Liriano’s first pitch of the game. Hamilton advanced …

Reds at Pirates (April 21, 2014)
The Reds travel to Pittsburgh for the first time this season and for the first time since the season ending defeat at the hands of the Pirates in last season’s playoffs.  The Reds are coming off back to back series wins while the Pirates are coming off a “slugging” defeat by the Brewers. Mike Leake … Continue reading →

Missile nearing re-entry
Aroldis Chapman is on schedule to throw live batting practice Wednesday then begin his minor league rehab course (John Fay). Chapman threw 45 pitches in a bullpen session yesterday. I’m sure Bryan Price, like all Reds fans, is looking forward to a pen of: Chapman, Marshall, Broxton, LeCure, Parra, Hoover and Simon. With the Cuban Missile’s … Continue reading

Returning to Where Last Season Ended
The Cincinnati Reds (8-10) make their first trip of the 2014 season to the ballpark where their 2013 season ended, facing the Pittsburgh Pirates (8-11) in a four-game series. Since dropping 2 of 3 to Cincinnati one week ago, Pittsburgh lost 3 of 4 to the Brewers over the weekend to drop into 4th place … Continue reading →

Week 3: Brewers continue hot April surge, Reds move up two spots in the standings
Power Rankings Week 3 *please note: all stats outside of team records only include games played through 4/20/14. 1. Milwaukee Brewers (last week: 1): 14-5, 1st Place, 81 RS, 63 RA (+18) The Brewers started out the week by losing two of three to the Cardinals at Miller Park, but won three of four over the … Continue reading

 
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