The fact that Interleague play is on the schedule at all makes think the schedule is odd.
There's a time for Interleague play...it's called the World Series.
Reds FINALLY get a weekend trip to Chicago, two in fact!! July 24-26 and Sept 11-13. Two words: Road Trip!
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2009 will make 4 years in a row that all of the Reds' series at Houston are on weekdays.
Curiously, they don't even face Houston in September.
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I've got my eyes on the Reds @ Padres series May 15-17 for next year's trip. The Dodgers also have a home series that starts on May 18. It may not be a bad trip to see all three Reds @ Padres games over the weekend, then hit up a Dodgers game in Chavez Ravine the following Monday.
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I think the odds of bad weather canceling games is greater on March 30 than it is on November 5. Although I can't wait for baseball to get started every spring, I like the later start date.
Here is a PDF with the Reds schedule for next year:
Thanks for this. I can see the schedule better now. That 10 game road trip in April to Milwaukee, Houston and Chicago could make or break the season. Have a great trip and it could help propel the Reds to a good season or at least five us fans some hope. A really bad trip and we will be counting the days to the end of the season.
Also three separate trips to California.
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The Reds play in KC on my birthday weekend.
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Ricky henderson has a higher OBP than C. patterson and he's retired. C. Trent 6-14-2008
Reds @ Nats June 9th - 11th, and then Braves @ Orioles June 12th - 14th?
Why the heck not?