Monthly Archives: April 2012

Does Abreu fit with the Reds?


17yr veteran Bobby Abreu was just released by the Angels so they could call up their top prospect Mike Trout.  With Abreu being available and realistically his new team will only be on the hook for a prorated portion of … Continue reading

Posted in Uncategorized | Leave a comment

REDS ALERT: Billy Hamilton


Billy Hamilton had 2 stolen bases tonight (28th April). Gives him 28 in 22 games. He is on pace for 183 Stolen Bases

Posted in MILB, REDS | Tagged , , | Leave a comment

SPARK OF INSTUBBSANITY


Last Wednesday (18 April) when Dusty Baker reshuffled the line up the last things I expected to see was Drew Stubbs in the number two spot. Drew Stubbs who up to that point in the season was heading down the … Continue reading

Posted in MLB, REDS | Tagged , , | 1 Comment

Paper Never Determines Outcome


Funny thing about baseball is that no matter how good you look on paper, you never know what the season will entail. Take for instance the 2012 Cincinnati Reds. Making big splashes in trades, Free Agency and Signings yet at … Continue reading

Posted in Uncategorized | Leave a comment

Miserable Start to 2012


by Pat McEntee The 2012 season for the Cincinnati Reds has been merely an extension of 2011. For a time, I bought into Dusty Baker’s philosophy of staying close and waiting for the run to happen, and “It’s early.” Well, … Continue reading

Posted in MLB, REDS | Tagged | Leave a comment