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"So You Think You Know Cincinnati Baseball" is Guaranteed to Entertain and Inform

“’So You Think You Know Cincinnati Baseball’ is a very informative class. If you think you know Cincinnati baseball, you’ll be surprised at what you didn’t know. 171 more words

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Redsfest starts today!

Redsfest kicks off tonight at the Duke Energy Center, and runs through tomorrow. Just about every major current player is scheduled to attend (Votto, Cozart, DeSclafani, Duvall, Hamilton, Iglesias, Lorenzen, Mesoraco, Suarez, and more), as well as the coaching staff (including Bryan Price), and the broadcasters (both Brennaman’s, Brantley, Day, and Welsh). 116 more words

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NL Central Update from the Blogosphere: A roster shake-up looms in Pittsburgh, the Reds need 2017 for 2018 and Molina looks for a new deal in St. Louis

Chicago Cubs: John Arguello (@CubsDen) of The Cubs Den released an article detailing how Charlie Blackmon could potentially fit into the 2017 lineup if the Rockies and Cubs were able to reach an agreement on a trade. 589 more words

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Yo Money Mo Problems?

According to Ken Rosenthal of Fox Sports, Yoenis Cespedes has re-signed with the New York Mets for 4 years and $110 million. The contract also includes a full no-trade clause. 510 more words

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To Trade, Or Not To Trade? That Is Billy Hamilton.

The Reds are shopping players, including Billy Hamilton. Hamilton is an elite defender in centerfield, ranking 7th among outfielders in Defensive Runs Saved. Last summer we saw Billy Hamilton turning the corner with his hitting at the plate before suffering a season-ending injury just days before his 26th birthday. 279 more words

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#43- Joe Morgan, 2B

Year Inducted: 1990 (BBWAA, ballot #1, 363/444)

Score: 32764

The Big Red Machine was one of the greatest assemblies of talent ever on a baseball roster.   511 more words

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Early 2017 Reds hitting projections

The first set of 2017 projections were recently released. The Steamer projections are now up on Fangraphs. One of the more popular projection systems, ZiPS is still likely a few weeks out (they were released on December 11th last season for the Reds). 288 more words

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