When the score is 9-9, both teams should forfeit.
There should be a Real Men of Genius commercial about the guy who sings the ballads in the Real Men of Genius commercials.
At the beginning of the day, the season's over, but with a two-run lead in the bottom of the ninth, not so much.
More managers should be dangled upside down from the back of a speeding train.
Except it's difficult these days to find a speeding train.
How many Reds fans were at Wrigley tonight?
What was the ratio of Reds fans to Cubs fans in the bottom of the ninth?
Who will have a longer career: Rick Ankiel or Josh Hamilton?
Either Griffey or Mackanin forgot the season is over and the team is no longer trying to win, but I'm not sure which.
This was one of those rare games where the Reds bullpen gave up fewer runs than the starter.
Maybe next season the Reds will be playing meaningful games in August.