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    1992 Reds Question

    Who were the Reds GM and owner in 1992 and how did you find that information? According to John Fay's Insider Blog, Derek Jeter should have been drafted by the Reds in '92, but instead we got Chad Mottola, who is a nobody in the minors right now.
    Reds record while I was in attendance in 2006: 7-2
    Reds record while I was in attendance in 2007: 2-0
    Reds record while I'm in attendance in 2008: 0-1
    "I wish the stadium was filled up every night." - Bronson Arroyo, Cincinnati Enquirer - February 9, 2007

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    Re: 1992 Reds Question

    1992 Cincinnati Reds
    National League West: 90-72 (2nd)

    FRONT OFFICE:

    Name Title /Function
    Marge Schott General Partner /Owner
    Bob Sr. Quinn Vice President and General Manager /General Manager
    Chief Bender Special Player Consultant /Special Assistant to the GM
    Jim Bowden Director of Player Development /Director of Player Development
    Julian Mock Director of Scouting /Scouting Director
    Jim Tracy Minor League Field Coordinator /Minor League Operations


    From here.... http://www.baseballamerica.com/today...=CIN&year=1992
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    Re: 1992 Reds Question

    Sweet thanks!
    Reds record while I was in attendance in 2006: 7-2
    Reds record while I was in attendance in 2007: 2-0
    Reds record while I'm in attendance in 2008: 0-1
    "I wish the stadium was filled up every night." - Bronson Arroyo, Cincinnati Enquirer - February 9, 2007

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    Re: 1992 Reds Question

    Hindsight is 20/20. Jeter would have been great, but we had a guy named Barry. If I am not mistaking the Yankees offered us a prospect at one point for Pokey Reese. The Kid? It was Alfonso Soriano.


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