Cincinnati treats Adam Dunn like Boston treated Ted Williams and New York treated Joe DiMaggio.
Is there a metric for wanting to win?
Or does the player have to come up with a name like "Operation Shutdown"?
Remember when the only metric in baseball was on the outfield wall at Riverfront?
It would be cool if the people who were in charge of the Reds Hall of Fame were in charge of the Reds broadcasting network.
Homer Bailey probably wishes he had Louisville's bullpen.
The pitcher has a say in how many pitches a batter gets to see.
Maybe Dunn wouldn't strike out so much if he went to umpiring school.
Does anybody know who's made the most outs on the team this year?
New marketing slogan: "It's obvious our players aren't using steroids."