Reds record when attended in 2011: 0-1
Reds record when attended in 2010: 1-0
Scutaro .500 average in the NLCS. Astounding.
It's a great day to be alive. Lucifer's All-Stars finally ran out of soul-selling power down on the Crossroads.
Hats off, Giants.
Rounding third and heading for home...
From champagne to complain! Cards fans are already crying about the Giants celebrating.
The Wicked Witch of the NL Central is Dead! Glad to see the Reds aren't the only team to lose 3 in a row to the Giants!
That pretty much describes my feelings on this.
Let's try to keep it in one thread, though.
The St. Louis Voldemorts have been defeated!
There are only two seasons - Winter and Baseball.
Only Cards fans...
Homophobic and racist, tremendous place for haters
* Attended the 1990 and 2010 Reds Division clinchers *
Watched the 2012 Clincher on FOX.
Proud owner of a 1990 Dodge Class B Motorhome: A chick magnet!
Either way it was another more successful season than the Reds had.
Cardinals 88-74 (clinched on last day of the season)
Reds: lose number one starting pitcher in 1st inning. But win first 2 games, but lose to the resilient Giants the next 3. However all games were somewhat close and Game 4 had Leake as SP for injured Cueto.
Cardinals: make the postseason by first year expansion rule. Win WC play in on controversial 225 ft Infield Fly Rule. Beat the Nats in 5 games. Beat the Giants in 3 out of 4 games, but then score 1 run the next 3 games and miss the WS.
I would say yes the Cardinals did make it further, but saying they were more successful is debatable.
Oh, and by saying you guys have the best fans as an excuse for your team being better is laughable.
The Reds for the next 11+ months will be called the defending National League central division champions and will be known as a Division Champion for the rest of baseball history while the Cards became a footnote to the Giants NL pennant and will be forgotten as quick as the other LCS losers.
95-80 .543 for the Cards
99-68 .593 for the Reds