Originally Posted by jmcclain19
As a Reds fan, I'm happy that the young arms will get a chance to show their skills.
As a person, feel sad to witness a group of individuals who are downright gleeful and jumping for joy at another person's fall from grace.
Yeah, we're excited to see a pitcher collapse and cost us games. We all stayed up at night praying that Jimmy Haynes would pitch badly in games and force our offense to score 8 or 9 runs a game. Think about what you just accused people of doing! And what grace, he had ONE good year. ONE! I don't feel bad for Jimmy Haynes because:
1.)He's rich and financially set for life
2.)Someone's going to give him another chance.