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Mike Damergis and Lenny Melnick cover the Cincinnati Reds from various Fantasy perspectives. They discuss the potential impact of Billy Hamilton, the upside of Todd Frazier, and much more.
After first implying that they’d be wearing this hat aginst the Mets today, the Reds said no, it was all a misunderstanding. Kentucky is on its own.
Mike Cardano (@MikeCardano) takes an look into his fantasy crystal ball to see what’s in store for Reds’ starting pitcher Homer Bailey this season…
Cincinnati Reds outfielder Derrick Robinson turned on the jets yesterday when a line drive to left field was poorly played. After Jeff Bianchi twice failed to scoop up the ball in hilarious fashion, Robinson was waved home and had a shot at the rare inside-the-park home run. The ump blew the call.
No-hitter, post-game F-bomb, shaving cream pie to the face. It doesn’t get any better than that for a pitcher.
Welcome to The Daily Yam, bringing you Yesterday’s Awesome Moment, anything else you might have missed, and what to look forward to today. It’s your one-stop shop when you skipped last night’s action, or have forgotten what day it is. Last night, Jay Bruce did serious work in right field to rob a home run, then went up to the plate and hit one far enough that no one could catch it. Genius!
It was a game in which you needed a lighthouse and a compass to find your way around the bases — the fog was that bad at Wrigley Field today. But eventually it dissipated and the Reds wo … oh my God, a dead body! Nobody leaves the park!
The Reds Pitchers Have Been So Good That A Local Pizza Chain Has Had To Give Away $100K In Promotional Pizza
Their advanced pizza metrics expected this many free pizzas in an entire year. The season just started.
You may have known him as Maude Frickert, or Elwood P. Suggins, or one of the hundreds of other offbeat characters he invented from his wild imagination on TV. But how about retired Reds pitcher Wimp Willis, who lost his used chicken farm? Comedian Jonathan Winters, who died today at age 87, was a huge Reds fan, and his rain delay interviews on Cincinnati radio are legendary.