Posts Tagged ‘Cincinnati Reds’

Phillies Should Consider Kevin Youkilis to Solve Third Base Concerns

Tuesday, October 18th, 2011 by Chuck

By: Bob Owens

Shortly after the St. Louis Cardinals defeated the Philadelphia Phillies in the playoffs, Charlie Manuel said the Phillies need to upgrade at 3rd base.

Despite making just the second All-Star appearance of his fourteen year career, incumbent Placido Polanco suffered through an injury plagued season which saw him appear in just 122 games.

After [...]

Thursday, March 17th, 2011 by JohnBowen

Another oldie from last year, but with a pretty signfiicant addition from this past year!

Tuesday, June 29th, 2010 by JoeDelGrippo

Phil Hughes, aka as Phranchise, will start Tuesday night’s game against the Seattle Mariners and Cliff Lee. Hughes, though, had his last start skipped out on the West Coast trip through Arizona and Los Angeles.
The reason? After throwing mostly in relief last year, he is on an innings limit this season, with the Yankees likely [...]

A stat costs Reds a win

Friday, May 21st, 2010 by Shaun

Yes, it was a fluky win for the Braves. But it’s hard to imagine that Dusty Baker made the best move in that situation. He simply made the conventional move, which also happened to be the wrong move.

Orioles Legend, 1969 Cy Young Winner Mike Cuellar Dies

Friday, April 2nd, 2010 by Chuck

Mike Cuellar, who shared the 1969 American  League Cy Young with Denny McLain and who led the Baltimore Orioles to three consecutive World Series appearances between 1969-1971, passed away today from complications of stomach cancer.  He was 72.
A lefthander famous for his screwball, Cuellar posted a career record of 185-130 with a 3.14 in over an [...]

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