Tuesday, December 1, 2020

Brennaman apologizes for not slurring homosexuals in private like usual

"I can't begin to stress how very sorry I am for using such a derogatory term during the middle of a broadcast," said Brennaman. "Normally I reserve things like that for private, away from microphones and live TV broadcasts."

Distracted Starlin Castro plays inning for Reds

It has been well documented that Starling Castro has a bit of a problem paying attention during games. On more than one occasion, Castro has been caught with his back to the plate while an opposing player hits. But in Wednesday afternoon against the Reds, the young player's inability to pay attention reached new lows.

Dusty Baker given second chance to end Mark Prior’s career

"I can't believe I'm finally getting a chance to finish the job!" exclaimed Baker. "Dude, forget the minors. [Mark] is going straight to the mound on opening day and then right back to the DL after that. I'm putting him on a strict 200-pitch minimum."

Dusty Baker praises White Sox decision to move injured Sale into closer role

Dusty Baker is notorious for the controversial way he handles his pitchers and recently weighed in on the White Sox' decision to move starter Chris Sale into the closer role while he deals with a sore elbow.

Cubs count Tuesday’s rainout as victory so they can take three-game series from Reds

After Jeff Samardzija absolutely dominated the Reds during Wednesday night’s 3-1 victory in the Queen City, Cubs manager Dale Sveum declared that the Cubs were ecstatic to take a series from their divisional rival.

Walt Jocketty to be screened for dyslexia after puzzling moves building Reds lineup

Reds fan are gearing up for an exciting 2012 season. However, after spending $8.5 million on a closer, Dr. Webb a Cincinnati-based dyslexia specialist was intrested into looking into one of his favorite patients: Reds GM Walt Jocketty.