Call up some new bums, we're tired of these ones.
This is what Kansas City feels like every year at this time.
Maybe this is just the 2005 Tigers or the 1971 Reds.
Ken Griffey Jr., player of the last century and player of this week.
For $140 million more, we could have the Yankees payroll.
Do you think it's wise for Bob Castellini to be making decisions when he hasn't slept in weeks?
This is what the Marlins go through to win a World Series every five or six years.
If what Chris Welsh says is true, the mood in the Reds clubhouse is almost as bad as ours.
Where have you gone, Hal King?
Remember when it used to be the starting rotation that wore out the bullpen and every other part of the team?
I wonder if Jerry Narron ever just wants to chuck it all sometimes like we do?
Most of these men were relatively successful, reasonably intelligent members of society before they become managers of the Reds.
Do you think any trade for bullpen help at this time would fare better or worse than last year's trade?
It's a shame that we let Greg Rhodes walk; couldn't we have got something in trade?