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Tag Archives: Cincinnati Reds
Picture: Rays Evan Longoria Puts on a Fancy Dance after Walk-off Home Run
The Tampa Bay Rays were 0-6 against the Cincinnati Reds so far in interleague play. That all changed tonight, but it was a hard road for the Rays. After taking a 3-2 lead in the bottom of the eighth, the … Continue reading
Video: New Reds Joey Votto This is SportsCenter Commercial
Cincinnati Reds Joey Votto and ESPN’s SportsCenter Karl Ravech discuss a mustache contest in the new ESPN commercial. Watch for the “Special Guest” at the end.
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Video: Reds Johnny Cueto Snag v. Athletics Mark Ellis Barehanded Grab – Who’s the Winner?
Web Gem Battle! Saturday Cincinnati Reds pitcher Johnny Cueto helps himself by making a superb backhanded catch off a liner hit by the St. Louis Cardinals Albert Pujols. Today, ESPN asks whether it’s better than the Oakland A’s Mark Ellis’ barehanded … Continue reading
Posted in Chicago White Sox, Cincinnati Reds, Oakland Athletics, St. Louis Cardinals Tagged Albert Pujols, Alex Rios, Baseball, Chicago White Sox, Cincinnati Reds, ESPN, Incredible Plays, Johnny Cueto, Major League Baseball, Mark Ellis, MLB, Oakland A's, Oakland Athletics, St. Louis Cardinals, Videos, Web Gems Leave a comment
Video: Kyle Lohse Channels Cardinals Manager Tony La Russa
While St. Louis Cardinals manager Tony LaRussa is recuperating this week, his doppelgänger appeared Thursday afternoon at Wrigley Field prior to the Cardinals-Cubs game to turn in the line-up card. Chicago Cubs manager Mike Quade didn’t take the card out, but did a double-take from … Continue reading
Video: Cincinnati Reds Prospect’s Amazing Inside-the-Park Home Run
Friday night red-hot shortstop Billy Hamilton of the Dayton Dragons legs out a sweet inside-the-park home run. Watch how fast the Cincinnati Reds prospect motors around the bases – it wasn’t even close.
Press Conference Video: Reds Pitcher Mike Leake Accepts Deal for Shoplifting Charge
Cincinnati Reds pitcher Mike Leake spoke publicly for the first time today after prosecutors accepted a plea deal reducing the shoplifting charges against him from a Misdemeanor 4 to a Misdemeanor 1. Leake plead guilty and will enter a “diversion … Continue reading
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Mug Shot: Cincinnati Reds Mike Leake Arrested for Shoplifting 6 T-Shirts! Dude, What Were You Thinking?
Is this crazy or what? Cincinnati Reds starting pitcher Mike Leake was arrested for shoplifting at a downtown Cincinnati Macy’s Monday, accused of trying to steal six American Rag T-shirts with a total value of $59.88. (Simple math: He was accused … Continue reading
All Dressed Up! Was Pete Rose Channeling Former Cincinnati Reds Owner Marge Schott?
Check out the outfit that former Cincinnati Reds great Pete Rose wore to Opening Day this week. Seriously, did he pick that himself? Was former Ghost Whisperer Jennifer Love Hewitt sent by controversial ex-owner Marge Schott to take over Rose’s … Continue reading
Cincinnati Reds Pitcher Dontrelle Willis Sprains Ankle After Tripping on BAT!
Yet another strange injury. Dontrelle Willis left the Cincinnati Reds’ 7-6 victory over the Chicago Cubs after spraining his right ankle after he tripped over a bat! Willis, trying to win a spot in the Reds’ bullpen as a non-roster invitee, … Continue reading
Ken Griffey Sr. Starts Managerial Career with Bakersfield Blaze
The Cincinnati Reds announced Wednesday that baseball great Ken Griffey Sr. has been assigned to head the field staff for the Bakersfield Blaze in 2011. Griffey, who was an integral part of the infamous Big Red Machine, joins the Blaze as a first-year manager … Continue reading
2010 Baseball Memories: Video – St. Louis Cardinals & Cincinnati Reds Fight
On August 10, 2010, when the St. Louis Cardinals and Cincinnati Reds were battling out for first place in Cincinnati, a brawl broke out – or was it a hockey game? (The video begins with Cardinals ace Chris Carptenter’s interview … Continue reading
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Cole Hamels Doused in Champagne after he Completes Phillies Sweep of Reds
Cole Hamels pitched a masterful game Sunday as the Philadelphia Phillies swept the Cincinnati Reds in three games. Hamels threw a complete game, striking out 9, while only giving up five hits. The Reds were shutout, 2-0, the second in … Continue reading
Posted in Cincinnati Reds, Philadelphia Phillies, Playoffs Tagged Baseball, Cincinnati Reds, Cole Hamels, NLDS, Philadelphia Phillies, Playoffs, Roy Halladay 1 Comment
Video: Doc Does it Again! Roy Halladay Throws No Hitter in 1st Playoff Appearance; Phillies Shutout Reds 4-0
Toldya this morning that Roy Halladay was going raise up to the pressure! And, boy he did! The Philadelphia Phillies right-hander threw a no-hitter in his first post-season appearance. It’s only the second postseason no hitter in MLB history. In dazzling … Continue reading
Will Roy Halladay’s 1st Playoff Appearance Lead Phillies to Party like it’s 2008? Victorino Video
Outfielder Shane Victorino is confident that ace Philadelphia Phillies starter Roy Halladay will respond to the heat of the playoffs. It’s hard to believe, but, after 13 seasons in the majors, Halladay makes his first playoff appearance Wednesday in the NLDS against the … Continue reading
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My Rant: Who were the 5 People who Narked on Cincinnati Reds Smoking Cigars During NL Central Celebration?
Before my rant begins here’s the story: The Cincinnati Enquirer reported Friday that the Cincinnati Health Department will investigate the Cincinnati Reds for violations of the Ohio state smoking ban after five people complained players smoked cigars indoors while celebrating … Continue reading