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Saturday 4/19 Free Pick

coming off another profitable 2-1 night as we won with the Cincinnati Reds & Texas Rangers (Lost Detroit Tigers).

Today we have 3 more MLB plays and we start the NBA playoffs with 2 solid picks – for a total of 5 plays today. 17 more words

Brandon Phillips is king of photobombing Olympic medalists

There is no height Brandon Phillips isn’t willing to jump in the name of a good photobomb.

When Team USA hockey goalie Molly Schaus went to take her picture with the hallowed ivy of Wrigley Field in the background, Phillips recognized an opportunity to bounce into the silver medalist’s picture. 58 more words

MLB

April 18th: Samardzija Can’t Carry

Today’s loss marks 10 no wins in a row for Pitcher Jeff Samardzija, but the reason is not him. Samardzija has started 4 games this season and has an ERA of 1.29. 247 more words

Game Blog

Homer Serves Them Up At An Alarming Pace

David Dewitt Bailey. His nickname, and the name you know him by is “Homer” – not a bad nickname for a baseball player. Except Homer Bailey is a pitcher and unfortunately for the Cincinnati Reds, a team that just shelled out $105 million for his services, Homer is serving them up at a rate of 1 every other inning in 2014. 370 more words

Sports

Brandon Phillips leaves game with a back injury

Brandon Phillips left this afternoon’s game against the Cubs with a possible back injury when he tweaked his lower back on a swing in the first inning. 59 more words

Watch: Billy Hamilton unveils one of the worst swings you'll ever see

Despite his otherworldly speed, Billy Hamilton hasn’t really impressed in his first major league season. Going into Friday’s matinee affair against the Cubs, Hamilton was hitting a mere .170, or eight hits in 47 at-bats, and had struck out 11 times against only three walks. 179 more words

MLB

Aroldis Chapman cleared to throw live batting practice

Aroldis Chapman’s recovery from facial fractures has progressed to the point that the Reds left-hander has been cleared to throw live batting practice, according to John Fay… 100 more words