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Stop by Sunday
Need windows, door, patio room, roof?
I will be at Champion noon to 2pm this Sunday for their Open House.
12121 Champion Way, Cincinnati, OH 45241
Phone: 513.346.4600 Toll Free: 888.296.7788
I'll have Reds tickets to giveaway.
Remember this game vs Braves in May 2010?
The Braves scored seven runs in the 9th, including a walk-off grand slam.
The Cincinnati Cyclones are on home ice tonight. It's Game 4 vs Orlando.
The Clones lead 3-0. It's $1 hot dogs!
LEXINGTON, Ky. – Freshman guards Aaron and Andrew Harrison will return to the Kentucky men’s basketball program for the 2014-15 season, they announced Friday.
Aaron Harrison started all 40 games for the Wildcats during the 2013-14 season and averaged 13.7 points and 3.0 rebounds per game. He knocked down three of UK’s all-time most memorable shots in three consecutive games in helping UK past Louisville, Michigan and Wisconsin in the NCAA Tournament to reach the national championship contest.
“I’m coming back for a second season in large part because last year’s title run was special, but we still have unfinished business,” Aaron Harrison said.
Andrew Harrison started 39 games for UK and poured in 10.9 points and added 4.0 assists per game. He dished out three or more assists in seven of UK’s final nine games. His-20 point performance led all Wildcat scorers in an upset of No. 1 seed Wichita State in the NCAA Tournament.
“I’m returning for my sophomore season because I want to win a national title.” Andrew Harrison said. More HERE
Roger Goodell is considering expanding the NFL draft to four days?
Hey, why stop there? How about one round per day? The NFL could promote it as NFL Draft Week.
Coming to take me away?
This was the scene outside the 700 WLW studio last night.
9 in fine
The Reds have not played an extra-inning game this season.
The Reds and Indians are the only teams in MLB not to play an extra-inning game. Last year, the Reds played 22 extra-inning games (13-9) and had already played 5 in their first 22 games of the season.
Peter Gammons: Base-stealers picking spots more than ever before, with increasing success
Reds on the run
*Reds 25 of 33 SB (76%), in 22 April games (Billy 9)
*Reds tied with Dodgers for most SB in MLB. ML average is 14 SB per team.
*Reds SB by month last year: April 8, May 8, June 8, July 9, August 8, September 26.
*Reds SB 2013: 67 of 102 (66%)...22nd MLB. ML average 90 SB per team.
*Minus Billy, '13 Reds stole 54 of 88 (61%).
*Bruce 4 SB this season, had 7 last year, ML high 9 in 2012, 19 at Dayton '06.
Most SB in a season Reds (since 1914)
190: 1995, 1997
'14 Reds on pace for 185 SB.
How about the 1976 Big Reds Machine?
210 Stolen Bases:
60 Joe Morgan, 34 Ken Griffey Sr, 22 Cesar Geronimo, 21 Dave Concepcion, 17 George Foster, 14 Dan Driessen, 13 Johnny Bench, 10 Tony Perez, Pete Rose 9.
Holy what in the world, Pacers?
The #1 seed is now down 2-1 in their series with #8 Atlanta?