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Reds at Mets — September 10, 2017

In another non-competitive contest, the Reds (61-82) dropped their third straight game against the Mets (63-79) last night. The loss was their ninth straight in Citi Field, and they again scored only one run — bringing their series total to a whopping four. 815 more words

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Reds at Brewers — August 11, 2017

A visit from the lowly Padres has the Reds (48-67) riding a little momentum into the weekend to take on the Brewers (59-58). After holding on to the division lead for the better part of the first half, Milwaukee has been overtaken by the Cubs, as most predicted would happen, and Cardinals. 901 more words

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Remembering Lee May: The Big Bopper

We at The Nation have lost The Big Bopper.

We lost a beloved player, a guy who played every day without a gripe, played hurt and never got involved in drama on or off the field. 684 more words

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Lee May 1978 Topps - Sully Baseball Card of the Day for August 9, 2017

Every year I do an In Memoriam Video that I unveil at the All Star Game. I like to show the top players, coaches and baseball figures we lost since the last All Star Game. 830 more words

Darren Daulton , Don Baylor , and Lee May will be missed

While we were  away 3  former mlb players passed away My  prayers go out to the  fans, teammates, friends,  and families of Darren , Don , and Lee  They were all very determined on the field and very genial off of it,

Dealing With Knockdown Pitches: Many Current Players Could Learn a Lot from Lee May

The world of baseball lost a truly great one over the weekend.

Lee May, known as “The Big Bopper from Birmingham” died on Saturday at age 74.   417 more words


Goodbye, Lee May

(March 23, 1943 – July 29, 2017)

Known as “The Big Bopper,” Lee May was a fan favorite in Cincinnati. He played for the Reds from 1965 through 1971, when he was traded to the Astros. 413 more words