Originally Posted by TRF
I hate to be the first to say it, but it's hall of FAME, not hall of NUMBERS.
As a Red over the last going on 9 years now, how many Reds meet that criteria, for that length of time? He's extremely popular both in the clubhouse and with the fans. He's a worker. He doesn't complain, but speaks his mind. He doesn't get into trouble.
Reds HOF, no doubt.
Agree with this. Bronson gave the Reds a solid starter when we desperately needed one and did it for a number of years. It's been a rocky road at times, but I think considering the era of Reds pitching at the time, the inning pitched, the transformation the Reds have gone through during his tenure, etc. I think although he has just been average, the emotional aspect, and the era of the Reds he played a part in, I think he deserves it.