9:15 PM EST, Mon December 22, 2014
Red Reporter 24 mins ago

Monday Night Football Open Thread

If you're a Cincinnati fan, chances are you're watching anyway. Here's a thread to talk about the Bengals/Broncos game. Go Football Reds.
Red Reporter 5 hours ago

How's the NL Central shaping up for 2015?

We know where the Reds stand, but with (probably) the majority of the dominoes fallen, how does the rest of the NL Central look? Chicago Cubs In: Jon Lester, David Ross, Jason Motte, Jason Hammel, Miguel Montero, Tommy La StellaOut: Justin Ruggiano, Carlos Villanueva, a bunch of prospects Obviously, the big move here was the Cubs' signing of free agent starter Jon Lester. They also brought back Jason Hammel for their rotation, and look to have significantly upgraded their catching situation. Motte helps provide depth in the bullpen, but the biggest move the Cubs made was hiring Joe Maddon...
Cincinnati.com 9 hours ago
Reds have had revolving door in left field

Reds have had revolving door in left field

Since trading away Adam Dunn, the Reds have been on a constant search for a left fielder.         
Cincinnati.com Dec 20, 2014
Castellini: Despite cuts, Reds aren't rebuilding

Castellini: Despite cuts, Reds aren't rebuilding

The Reds were 12th among the 30 teams in Major League Baseball in as far as payroll for 2014 at a record $114 million         
Red Reporter Dec 20, 2014

Not-So-Great Moments in Reds Fan History: September 28, 2010

How do you screw up a moment like this? September 28, 2010 is a red-letter day in recent Cincinnati Reds history. I’m sure everyone reading this remembers what happened, but for fun, let’s review. Back when the Houston Astros were still in the National League Central, they and the Reds were locked in a 2-2 tie going into the bottom of the ninth inning at Great American Ball Park. Jay Bruce led off the inning against pitcher Tim Byrdak, and deposited the first pitch he saw over the wall in center field (and over the head of current Red Jason Bourgeois) for a walk off 3-2 Reds win....