Originally Posted by Matt700wlw
I think it's going to sink in more in a couple of days when I don't get to turn on the radio or TV and enjoy Reds baseball.
They become a routine for your day, and a part of your life from Spring Training in February until the end, whenever that is. Even the bad teams, it's tough to let go. Now the good ones, the playoff ones? It's almost cruel.
This team has a bright future. They have a young, talented core of players, and are primed to make a run for the next several years.
This summer was one of the best in a long time. It ended short, it ended poorly, and it hurts bad. That's because we're fans.
This organization is in good hands.
I can't wait until Spring Training.
That was the biggest gut punch as I left GABP today. For whatever reason I felt even before the NLDS that the Reds had it. Then of course up 2-0 coming home I was 110% absolutely certain we were playing more baseball. I wasn't ready to say goodbye to the Reds yet, not this soon.