Sorry I'm late...nutty morning. Let me make it up to you with an
ALL-REDS DAY!!! (with one minor cheat)
Jerry Hairston Jr. (36) -I always had a soft spot for Jerry...You know he's a third-generation major leaguer..Two players played with both Jerry Sr. and Jerry Jr.: Harold Baines and Ozzie Guillen.
Bill Risley (45) -Never actually pitched for the Reds, but he was a Cincy draft choice who was eventually sent along with John Wetteland to the Expos for a handful of magic beans. Because, you know, why would we ever need that Wetteland guy anyway...
Eric Davis (50) -Eric The Red's most similar comp is Larry Doby, followed by his old high school mate, Darrell Strawberry.
Clyde Mashore (67) -Had exactly one PA as a Red, and yet I remembered him as soon as I saw the name...Was traded for Ty Cline.
Willard Schmidt -Pitcher from the late 1950s. On April 26, 1959, he became the only player in baseball history to be hit by pitches twice in the same inning by different pitchers: Bob Rush and Lew Burdette. He stayed in the game, but later exited after being hit by a Johnny Logan line drive. C'mon, Willard, rub some dirt on it...