Angels, Diablo Bedevil Reds. LAA 3, CIN 1.
Freak out, and give in; it doesn't matter what you believe in.
The Joe Nuxhall Memorial Honorary Star of the Game
Johnny Cueto was roughed up in his previous outing as the
Spring Training Game 13: Reds vs. Angels
Baseball, for her pleasure.
Cincinnati Reds vs. Los Angeles Ange...
Spring Training 2014 Game 12: Reds vs. Cubs
Cincinnati Reds vs. Chicago Cubs
Opening Day Countdown: Quintessential Red #24
Still a day behind, but we've got a good one for you this morning.
5. Bob Skinner (0.5 WAR)
Skinner was an outfielder for the Reds in 1963 and 1964. By the time he got to Cincinnati, he was on the tail end of his career, but he had two All-Star appearances in the '50s as a Pittsburgh Pirate. Also, the first player I think we've seen on our list who fought in Korea, not WWI...
A Storied Rivalry, Part I
The first part of a four part series chronicling the shared history of the Cincinnati Reds and the St. Louis Cardinals
When the Reds take the field against the
Split Squads, Split Results. Reds Drop M's, Dropped by Sox
Two games, one recap.
The Joe Nuxhall Memorial Honorary Star of the Game(s)
Chris Heisey continued his torrid Spring by chugging two Ecto-Coolers, and for...
Spring Training 2014 Games 10/11: CWS @ CIN, CIN @ SEA
Split-squaddin' like a mug!
Cincinnati Reds (SS) @ Seatt...
Red Reposter - BP Mute, Quix too Quick?
Brandon Phillips isn't talking to the media, at least locally. Billy Hamilton is too fast for baseball.
Phillips isn't talking, but he has plenty to say - Fay, Trent, Sheldon and the rest of...
Opening Day Countdown: Quintessential Red #25
Good morning, jerks! #25 was technically yesterday!
Honorable mention: Buddy Bell, Todd Benzinger
5. Bernie Carbo (5.7 WAR)
Much better list than #26, isn't it? Carbo broke in with the team in 1969, getting a cup of coffee as a 21-year-old before establishing himself as the Reds starting LF. He had his best season in 1970, amassing 4.5 bWAR and putting u...