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6-6:30, Inside Pitch, 700 WLW
Jim Kelch
Chris Denari, TV voice Pacers
Paul Dehner Jr, Bengals, Enquirer
Anthony Castrovince,

A rough night at PNC as the Reds bullpen gives up the lead and the game.
Notes, stats, photos and video HERE. 

Another rough outing for Bronson Arroyo, 5 runs in 5.1 innings in a loss to the Cubs.
Travis Wood took him deep on a 2-run HR. Arroyo for the season: 9.50 ERA in four starts, 18 IN, 29 H, 5 HR, 7 BB, .372 BAA.

Lindsay has video of interviews with Andy Dalton, AJ Green, Wallace Gilberry and Marvin Jones.

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Dalton on contract and critics
Paul Dehner, Jr, Enquirer 
 "The people who are the critics, they look at all of the negatives. They don't look at all of the stuff that I've accomplished. They don't look at that I'm one of three quarterbacks in the history of the NFL to do certain things. They don't look at that kind of stuff. They want to find ways to tear me down, but I'm not worried about that. They can say whatever they want. All that matters is what everyone believes in this organization and what I believe in myself. That's how I go about my business."

Momentous Moment
Geoff Hobson, 
Bengals head coach Marvin Lewis’ new T-Shirt slogan says, “Challenge the Moment.” It’s almost like it was custom made for his quarterback Andy Dalton, but the rest of his roster seeking a breakout year in the postseason also has plenty of challenges:

Dalton: 'I'm the face of the franchise'
Coley Harvey, 
Asked whether he felt he was the face of a franchise that also features star receiver AJ Green, Dalton didn't flinch as he said "I do."
"Everything that [coach] Marvin [Lewis] has said, [offensive coordinator] Hue [Jackson] has said, and what everybody here has told me is that, and they've told everybody that," Dalton said. "So I'm confident with that. I hope to spend a lot of my career here."

Must read/watch: An amazing story about Giovani Bernard and his Humble Roots.  "I know who I am. I know what things I cherish in life. I know what things are necessary in life and what I need in life," the 22-year-old says. "A big ol', you know, Rolls-Royce? I don't need that. It's just not -- it's not the type of person that I am."

Bengals to host 24 local products
The Bengals on Wednesday (April 23) will host 24 invited draft-eligible players at the club’s annual local players’ workout.
           NFL teams are permitted to hold a workout for players who played their high school and/or college careers in the team’s metro area.
           Wednesday’s on-field session in Paul Brown Stadium is scheduled from approximately 10:30 to 11:30 a.m., pending completion of other work earlier in the day. The on-field session will be open to media, and participants and coaches will be available to media following the session.
Below is the list of players currently scheduled to participate, followed by each player’s college, and by his high school (in parentheses) if local:
--DT Marcus Aiken, Cincinnati
--TE Blake Annen, Cincinnati
--DT Jibreel Black, Michigan (Wyoming HS)
--LB Greg Blair,  Cincinnati
--TE Ted Bolser, Indiana (Indian Hill HS)
--LB Preston Brown, Louisville (Northwest HS)
--OL Austen Bujnoch, Cincinnati (Elder HS)
--DB Arryn Chenault, Cincinnati (Fairfield HS)
--QB Bo Cordell, Tusculum (Indian Hill HS)
--RB Avery Cunningham, Central Michigan (Winton Woods HS)
--OL Dre Cureton, Cincinnati
--DT Adam Dempsey, Cincinnati (Fort Thomas Highlands HS)
--DB Deven Drane, Cincinnati
--RB Stephen Houston (Indiana (Lakota West HS)
--WR Steve Hull, Illinois (Sycamore HS)
--QB Brendon Kay, Cincinnati
--RB Anthony King, Cincinnati
--OL Sam Longo, Cincinnati (Bellbrook Spring Valley HS)
--WR Anthony McClung, Cincinnati
--DL Pat Muldoon, Wisconsin (St. Xavier HS)
--P Zac Murphy, Miami-Ohio; (Kings HS)
--OL Andrew Norwell, Ohio State (Anderson HS)
--DE Jordan Stepp, Cincinnati
--TE Brian Wozniak, Wisconsin (Loveland HS)

Blue Jackets
I blinked and the Penguins scored 3 goals in 2:13 to stunned the Blue Jackets and take a 2-1 series lead.
Zac Jackson: A game changer and maybe a series changer.
Three takeaways from the game.

COLUMBUS, OH - APRIL 21: Jayson Megna #59 of the Pittsburgh Penguins celebrates after teammate Brandon Sutter #16 beat goalie Sergei Bobrovsky #72 of the Columbus Blue Jackets for a goal during the third period in Game Three of the First Round of the 2014 NHL Stanley Cup Playoffs at Nationwide Arena on April 21, 2014 in Columbus, Ohio. Pittsburgh defeated Columbus 4-3. (Photo by Kirk Irwin/Getty Images)


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