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    Five Least Favorite Reds Of All Time

    As much as I love my team, I understand the possibilities of them having individual players I do not like for various reasons.

    In no particular order.....

    Deion Sanders

    Dante Bichette

    Jim Kern

    Cesar Cedeno

    Manny Aybar
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    Re: Five Least Favorite Reds Of All Time

    You forgot Rob Dibble.
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    Re: Five Least Favorite Reds Of All Time

    1. Ken Griffey, Jr.

    2. Carl Linder

    3. Pokey Reese

    4. Danny Graves

    5. John Allen

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    1. Alex Johnson - terrible attitude

    2. Woody Fryman - after leaving the team, he said 'always hated the BRM'

    3. Gary Redus - a malcontent

    4. Bob Boone - saying that he over-managed is an under-statement

    5. Dick Wagner - he dismantled everything he touched

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    Re: Five Least Favorite Reds Of All Time

    Here's my list....

    1) Paul Householder
    2) Alex Trevino
    3) Tracy Jones
    4) Willie Greene
    5) Mike LaCoss

    Householder & Trevino because they represented to me all that was wrong with Dick Wagner. Jones because he refused to learn to play 1B after the 1986 season, and rookies don't refuse requests from management. Greene because he 1) was overrated and 2) we traded John Wetteland for him, and LaCoss because he told a 14 year old and 11 year old (my brother and I) to go @%$#@ ourselves when we asked him for an autograph in 1978.

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    Re: Five Least Favorite Reds Of All Time

    1. Woodie Fryman-acquired from the Expos for Tony Perez after the 1976 season, he pitched poorly in 1977 and then quit on the team.
    2. Pokey Reese-great glove, poor bat, big mouth.
    3. Rob Dibble-million dollar arm ten cent brain.
    4. Bobby Tolan. I liked him in 1969-72, but he developed an attitude and quit on the team after that.
    5. Alex Johnson-worst fielder I have ever seen with an attitude to match.
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    Re: Five Least Favorite Reds Of All Time

    1. Dick Wagner

    2. Pokey Reese

    3. Willie Green

    4. Rob Dibble

    5. Roberto Kelly (for being the cog that sent away Paul O'Neil, my then favorite player)
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    Re: Five Least Favorite Reds Of All Time

    Willie Greene
    John Franco
    Dante Bichette
    Dmitri Young
    Pokey Reese

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    Re: Five Least Favorite Reds Of All Time

    Quote Originally Posted by RedRoser
    Willie Greene
    John Franco
    Dante Bichette
    Dmitri Young
    Pokey Reese
    Franco? Hey, we can take this outside.


    My all-time favorite Red.

    Least favorite:

    Dibble
    Tomko
    Curtis Goodwin
    Bowden
    Paul O'Neill
    Last edited by Falls City Beer; 11-26-2004 at 10:52 AM.

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    Re: Five Least Favorite Reds Of All Time

    Quote Originally Posted by Falls City Beer
    Franco? Hey, we can take this outside.


    My all-time favorite Red.

    Least favorite:

    Dibble
    Tomko
    Curtis Goodwin
    Bowden
    Paul O'Neill
    Probably childish, but he was my wife's favorite all-time Red, too, at least until he refused virtually face to face to sign an autograph for her at a Reds game. I think she sorta forgave him, but I didn't and won't.

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    Re: Five Least Favorite Reds Of All Time

    Quote Originally Posted by Falls City Beer
    Franco? Hey, we can take this outside.


    My all-time favorite Red.

    Least favorite:

    Dibble
    Tomko
    Curtis Goodwin
    Bowden
    Paul O'Neill
    I didn't think it was possible to dislike Paul O'Neill!!!

    I agree with the assessment of Bowden though.

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    Re: Five Least Favorite Reds Of All Time

    1 Jeff Branson

    2 Javier Valentin

    3 Michael Tucker

    4 Drew Henson

    5 Mike Frank

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    Re: Five Least Favorite Reds Of All Time

    1. Allen
    2. Lindner.
    3. Frank Pastore/John Stupor/Bruce Bernyl -- thanks for making the early 80's miserable with your 6.00+ ERAs.
    4. Steve Parris.. I got to see him 3 freaking times live. Every time I bought a ticket, I got him. He was the main reason I vowed to never buy tickets in advance again.
    5. Most of the 2004 pitching staff. The stench still lingers. They are probably all nice guys, but most are not quality talent.

    I have a feeling that in 3 years, DanO will make the list, but I'm giving him the benefit of the doubt for now.
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    Re: Five Least Favorite Reds Of All Time

    Quote Originally Posted by REDREAD
    1. Allen
    Why Allen? Just curious. :MandJ:

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    Re: Five Least Favorite Reds Of All Time

    1. Jim Kern
    2. Dennis Rasmussen
    3. Pat Darcy
    4. Tom Hume - as a player
    5. Pokey Reese
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