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Reds Baseball Heaven
The Baseball Heaven Alumni Association is selling raffle tickets for a spot in next year’s (2015) Reds fantasy camp. Tickets are $25 each or five for $100. Only 500 total tickets will be sold so the odds are pretty good. The winner’s name will be drawn at RedsFest in December. You do not need to be present to win.
Get all the details at HERE (click on “Buy Raffle Tickets” for the specifics)
Thanks and good luck!
Steve Ritchie – HOF 2013, BBHAA
HERE: Notes, stats and Bryan Price's post game comments from Tuesday's 3-2 loss.
Enquirer: BP takes BP, Votto status unchanged
Reds introduce Raciel Iglesias
Skinner: Tuesday's training camp update
Sporting News: Joint practices should replace preseason games.
KANSAS CITY, MO - AUGUST 07: Quarterback Andy Dalton #14 of the Cincinnati Bengals warms up prior to the preseason game against the Kansas City Chiefs at Arrowhead Stadium on August 7, 2014 in Kansas City, Missouri. (Photo by Jamie Squire/Getty Images)
The Bengals don't have a better option that Dalton
What’s a team to do when its “quarterback of the future” matures into something less than a perennial Pro Bowler but something more than a scrub?
I can't believe it
Casey started high school today
Ken Griffey Jr visits Casey at Children's Hospital when he was three years old.
Sean Casey visits Casey at Children's Hospital when he was three years old.
Photo of the Day
From listener Mark
Lance - I saw this on my way to the car after the Reds game.
Go figure. Life is good, your son is healthy. God is good.
UC football: Good stuff
Hagglund quickly proving he belongs in MLS
Daniel Karell, SoccerByIves.net
The former Big East Player of the Year’s performances both in games and in training have impressed teammates and coaches, including both Michael Bradley and head coach Ryan Nelsen, who see a bright future in Hagglund.
How about Edinson Volquez last night?
On this date: 2009
Thursday evening, August 13, 2009
Cincinnati Reds versus Washington Nationals
Great American Ball Park
From Steven Sharp
Reds right fielder Jonny Gomes hit home runs in the second inning, in the fourth inning, and in the sixth inning, in leading the Reds offense for the game. Gomes stepped to the plate in the eighth inning with a chance to hit a fourth home run, but was struck out looking by Nationals reliever Mike MacDougal. Gomes finished the game with five RBI. This was more than enough for Bronson Arroyo, who pitched a gem. Arroyo shut out the Nationals on two hits, throwing 103 pitches in a complete game effort. Leftfielder Laynce Nix played a supporting role defensively, as he made a leaping catch at the wall of a line drive off the bat of Nationals third baseman Ryan Zimmerman for the final out of the game. The Reds won, 7-0. Boxscore.
Saturday evening, August 13, 1983
Cincinnati Reds versus San Diego Padres
"Russell Debuts with Complete Game Win"
From Steven Sharp:
Cincinnati native Jeff Russell made his MLB debut, in his hometown for the Reds. Russell pitched a five-hit complete game, leading the Reds to a 3-1 win over the San Diego Padres. The only Padres run was an unearned run, which scored in the first inning on a passed ball by catcher Dann Bilardello. In addition to the complete game, Russell excelled at the plate -- base on balls in the second inning, RBI double in the sixth inning, and a sacrifice bunt in the eighth inning. Second baseman Ron Oester, a fellow Cincinnati native, plated the first Reds run with a solo home run in the second inning. Shortstop Dave Concepción had three hits, two stolen bases, and recorded the Game-Winning RBI with a single that scored center fielder Eddie Milner in the fifth inning. This marks the last time that a Reds pitcher threw a complete game in his MLB debut. Boxscore.
Robin Williams tribute
UC basketball arrives in Bahamas
R.I.P. Lauren Bacall
The Hollywood icon was 89 years old.