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Heaven Help Marge Schott
The Reds' owner, long ago reduced to a life of loneliness, has further isolated herself by her spiteful words and witless deeds.
He's young, raw and strikes out too often, but the Reds' small-town slugger, Adam Dunn, can hit the ball a...
Fast and Loose
Even with Ken Griffey Jr. as the prize, the Reds wouldn't part with Pokey Reese, who's talented and unburdened by family dysfunction
The inside story of the deal, engineered by Reds G.M. Jim Bowden, that sent Ken Griffey Jr. back to Cincinnati at a bargain rate
For Pete's Sake, Look Who's Back
Pete Rose's return as manager-player wowed the media, revved up the Reds and refreshed Pete's run at Ty Cobb
The Cast of Characters in the BC Caper
Kuhn spent two years (1973-74) in the Cincinnati Reds system as a lefthanded pitcher. According to the Reds, he was released in the spring of ...
Slipping steadily since their third-place finish in 1956, the Reds have frantically plugged first one deficiency and then another. Now, at last, they seem to have a sound, solid team
Junior's Feeling Good
Free of injury (knock on wood), Ken Griffey Jr. powered toward 500 homers and boosted the surprising Reds to the top of the National League
It was Pitcher Sammy Ellis of the Cincinnati Reds speaking, and his words confirmed the opinion of most people in the National League. "We had the best team ...
But Cincinnati does not pay Frank Robinson a big salary for acting like most people ... If Cincinnati is to do well this year, Robinson's hitting must return to normal ...