Cincinnati really is a great city.
- Geek & Sci-Fi
Joey Votto has shown for the past few years that he's on the verge of being one of baseball's top first basemen, and so far this season he's proving his point by putting up better numbers than even Albert Pujols.
I was always a big Pete Rose fan, so naturally I was bent out of shape when he agreed to a lifetime ban from baseball in 1989.
As if Miami of Ohio choking away the college hockey title wasn't enough--the Reds chipped in for a little Fail of their own (yes, Strunk and White suggest capitalizing the word when used as a noun).
If you're not a fan of baseball, this may not be for you.
Pedro Martinez was apparently a guest of Reds pitcher Bronson Arroyo's boat, Nasty Hook, where Arroyo is residing over the course of spring training, according to the <a href="http://news.cincinnati.com/article/20090306/SPT04/303060050">Cincinnati Enquirer</a>.
A lot of Americans put a pretty high premium on being on television, otherwise dipshits wouldn't show up to Good Morning America or TRL just to look like jackasses for the folks at home.
Edwin Encarnacion hit a three-run homer in the bottom of the ninth to give the Reds a thrilling 6-5 walk-off win last night, at least in part because he wasn't listening to Jeff Brantley disparage him on the live telecast.
Bronson Arroyo has stupid hair, gets paid millions of dollars every year to be a mediocre pitcher, and girls scream when he sings songs by The Fray.
Aaron Harang and the Reds <a href="http://sports.espn.go.com/mlb/recap?gameId=270808117" target="_blank">shut out the Dodgers 1-0</a> last night, sending Los Angeles to its sixth straight loss.
Ken Griffey Jr hit his 587th home run last night to surpass Frank Robinson and take sole possession of sixth on the career home run list as the <a href="http://sports.espn.go.com/mlb/recap?gameId=270716115" target="_blank">Reds beat the Braves 10-3</a> at Turner Field.
Dice-K out-dueled Greg Maddux last night as the <a href="http://mlb.mlb.com/news/boxscore.jsp?gid=2007_06_22_bosmlb_sdnmlb_1" title="MLB" target="_blank">Red Sox beat the Padres 2-1</a>.
Cincinnati Mayor Mark Mallory threw the ceremonial first pitch for the Reds' opener yesterday to Reds icon Eric Davis.