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    Reds fans on pace to break MLB record...

    ...for complaining about a first place manager.


    CINCINNATI, OH - As the Cincinnati Reds continue to play great baseball and build on their lead in the NL Central, their fans are on a record breaking quest of their own. The 2012 Cincinnati Reds fans are on a pace to shatter the all time major league baseball record for complaining about a first place manager.

    Fans have been vocal in their criticism of Reds manager Dusty Baker beginning in spring training, and have shown no sign of letting up. “This is a fan base that does not know the meaning of the word quit,” said baseball historian Peter Rhodes. “They show a drive for complaining that the baseball world has not seen since the turn of the century. I think they may shatter this record to the point where it is unbreakable.”
    Satire at it's finest.
    My dad got to enjoy 3 Reds World Championships by the time he was my age. So far, I've only gotten to enjoy one. Step it up Redlegs!

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    Re: Reds fans on pace to break MLB record...

    A killer combination of non stop complaining and steadfast refusal to purchase tickets.

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