Reds fans have lost four straight games while only scoring a total of six runs.
Reds fans simply are not getting it done. It appears that Reds fans are not clutch performers.
"Hey...Dad. Wanna Have A Catch?" Kevin Costner in "Field Of Dreams."
At this rate we'll be Louisville fans next year.
I wonder if the starters might play some. Can they lose 4 straight and then play the Louisville team in front of 40,000?
2014 Reds record when I'm attending: 15-112014 Dragons record when I'm attending: 2-1
"We want to be the band to dance to when the bomb drops." - Simon Le Bon of Duran Duran
O's playing well against Boston right now, btw. Not sure if you're also an O's fan?
Because the Reds won big, we stayed until well after the game ended. We watched as a line of fans, holding cards or sheets of paper, were led down the LF line toward the Bucs' dugout. When they got there, we saw the cards each had a player's name. And, then the players all came out, removed their jersey's, approached whichever fan was holding the card with the right name, and signed, chatted and handed them the jersey. I thought that was very cool and maybe representative of the bond that city has with the team despite the lost decadeS. Have the Reds ever done that at GABP? Has anyone seen this done before?
Reds & Nats, 2013 LCS. Take2 (9/13) Reds but no Nats
In the paper today it said that, when asked, several "prominent" Reds agreed with Ludwick's comments but never would have said it themselves, subscribing to the WWJD (J=Jeter) approach - don't make waves - of media and fan relations.
In general and relatively speaking, Cincy crowds are passive. Baseball and football. It's a place that does not unify well.In the paper today it said that, when asked, several "prominent" Reds agreed with Ludwick's comments but never would have said it themselves, subscribing to the WWJD (J=Jeter) approach - don't make waves - of media and fan relations
"Baseball is a very, very complex business. It's more of a people business than most businesses." - Bob Castellini