Originally Posted by Jpup
That was a good article, but I can't imagine Jr. saying those things about just working in Cincinnati they way the author worded it. That doesn't sound like him at all.
Hmmm, I pondered this as well, but in the longrun, yeah, I'm sure that's the way he feels.
As the article states, people booed him when he was hurt (I attended the game he cites, and they did, much to my dismay), and he also states that he wonders if the fans actually come to see him play because he's a member of their beloved team or because he's a big part of history.
I truly don't think he feels the Cincinnati fans like him. Unfortunately, it appears that a minority of fans has turned him a bit sour on his hometown.
I can understand why he might feel that way (if he does).