This is an absolute disgrace. There is only one name to consider when talking about the best first baseman in the NL Central.
Buying undershirts has always been a hardship of mine. I’m the perfect mixture of tall and hefty that makes buying shirts nearly impossible. Undershirts are no different in that regard. XXL? Too baggy to wear under a dress shirt and ends up being too short to stay tucked in. XL? After a few cycles through the laundry, I look like Philadelphia Collins from Trailer Park Boys.
Oh my God, it finally happened. As first reported by Whitty via his screenshot of the ESPN alert he got on his phone, the Cincinnati Reds have finally traded Homer Bailey to the Los Angeles Dodgers. Continue reading
Is this a bit of an overreaction on my part? Maybe, but why be a fan if you can’t get excited about a major organizational change that seems to be the right move? It might also be the fact that I’m in a good mood because the Bengals haven’t had the chance to break my heart yet today. Continue reading
Ok, hear me out. Yes, I would much rather the Reds be winning and in the conversation for all of the National League playoff spots that are up for grabs heading into the final weekend of the season. But the fact of the matter is that we haven’t had a single glimmer of hope that they’d be competing for the postseason since ehhh, let’s say early April. Some might argue sooner, but I’m an optimist.
When winning baseball is on TV, the broadcast is largely about the product on the field and focusing on every excruciating pitch as your team’s season hangs in the balance. When you’re the Reds, the folks in the booth have to find better, more interesting things to talk about as the Reds struggle to score runs throughout the month of September. Continue reading
Every day I wake up and think I can’t love Joey Votto more than the day before, then he goes and does something like this.
As the great Tom Green said in Stealing Harvard: I wanna be Kyle. I knew this guy at camp. He was maybe 13. He got two girls pregnant, man. Two girls pregnant. Yea, Kyle. Continue reading
It’s hard to believe a manager leading the Evil Empire to a 86-50 would be feeling the heat, but that’s the world we’re living in. Thanks to the Red Sox and their impressive 94-43 record, putting them 7.5 games in front of the Bronx Bombers entering play Sunday, Aaron Boone has had every single move he makes critiqued. Sure, some of them have been head scratchers but its kinda what you expect out of a first year manager. On Friday night, Aaron finally snapped and put on quite a show for people who love manager meltdowns. Continue reading