The happiest people don't need the best of every-thing; they make the best of everything they have.
'Life isn't about how to survive the storm,
but how to dance in the rain.'
Best comparison ever:
In the Reds' case, there's also the balancing factor of Great American Ball Park, where the threat of too many 2-1 games is about as real as a Beverly Hills breast.
Thanks for treating Reds fans like they are stupid.But here's the thing; and here, consequently, is the thing that Castellini must now find a way to merchandise. The Reds' improvement, if indeed there is to be any, comes principally in run-stopping. Run-scoring is a different proposition altogether.
They don't show up to see a bunch of homers if the team loses 10-8 every night. They show up when the team remains in the pennant race.
Winning merchandises itself, Lonnie.
Next Reds manager, second shooter. --Confirmed on Redszone.