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The Last Tripleheader

“It’s a great day for a ball game; let’s play two!” — Ernie Banks

The days of the doubleheader in Major League Baseball are even more rare than a complete game. 954 more words


Cody Reed Could Be the Top Prize of the Johnny Cueto Trade

The Cincinnati Reds finished the season with a 64-98 record, securing the number two pick in the 2016 draft. They had an impending free agent in… 677 more words

Incredible facts about Joey Votto's historic season

1. Votto broke his own Reds record for most times on base in a season.

In 2013, Votto broke Pete Rose’s Reds record of 311 times on base in a season, which was set in 1969. 578 more words

Joey Votto

My Plea to Free the Great Shoeless Joe Jackson

Baseball Commissioner Rob Manfed has made the decision to not reinstate an all-time great. No, I’m not talking about the all-time hits leader, Pete Rose… 1,340 more words


Are the Pirates Built Better to Avoid Decline than the Reds Were?

The Pittsburgh Pirates have spent the past decade constructing what is now a perennial contender. Andrew McCutchen, Starling Marte, Gregory Polanco, Neil Walker, Josh Harrison, Jordy Mercer, Francisco Cervelli, and Jung Ho Kang are under wraps through at least 2016, with McCutchen, Marte, Polanco, Harrison, and Mercer locked in through 2018. 932 more words

Joey Votto

Win or lose, Yankees postseason appearance restores world order

Baseball, as well as the world at large, needs a Yankees team in the playoffs again. The wild card is not where the Yankees would have preferred they make their postseason re-emergence after a two-year hiatus, however. 600 more words


Vada Pinson Belongs in the MLB Hall of Fame!

By:  Jim Tsapelas

Yes, Vada Pinson belongs in the Hall of Fame!  This remarkable athlete and man, my hero, is a true Hall of Fame Player. 551 more words