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Is Boring Bill the Antidote to the Curse of the Bambino?

0 Comments · Wednesday, October 27, 2004
What strange paranormalities are behind this sudden surge of the Boston Red Sox, who've already made history with their incredible rally against the New York Yankees and appear set for their firs  

Larkin Should End His Career on His Terms

0 Comments · Wednesday, October 20, 2004
The Reds did themselves no favors last week when they did Barry Larkin the favor of telling him he won't be back next year. Here's hoping Larkin will do himself a favor and use the opportunity   

Truly Great Rivalries Are About Championships

0 Comments · Wednesday, October 13, 2004
The great rivalries in sports work their magic by consolidating the complex set of illusions on which being a fan depends, adding up to the religious conviction that the outcome of the game matter  

Reds on the Outside Looking in Again as Playoffs Begin

0 Comments · Wednesday, October 6, 2004
The commissioner of baseball has for years trumpeted the game's "incredible renaissance." The first recorded instance probably goes back to about 1995, when baseball returned from a player's s  

College Football Goes Around in Circle

1 Comment · Wednesday, September 29, 2004
The people who bring us college football aren't known as original thinkers, which makes it all the more humorous that we should frequently wonder what they're thinking. But we can credit them fo  

Bengals Show Wild Side, but Wild Card Baseball Remains a Bust

0 Comments · Wednesday, September 22, 2004
Announcements came like bolts of lightning Sunday evening from Paul Brown Stadium, where the Bengals and Carson Palmer revealed themselves to the rest of the NFL over national television. The Beng  

As the Bengals Showed, Blocking and Tackling Still Rule the NFL

0 Comments · Wednesday, September 15, 2004
Thank Carson Palmer for his debut performance on Sept. 12, because the Bengals gave too little other indication they'll be contenders. They'll entertain us this year, but that's not going to ma  

In the Age of NFL Parity, Is 2004 the 'Some Day' for Bengals Fans?

0 Comments · Wednesday, September 8, 2004
Autumn arrives in new clothing, a modification of the Bengals uniform complete with a football team that might not look too foolish in anything. And Autumn arrives with a new message of hope from   

No Real Defining Olympic Moments, but We'll Take It

0 Comments · Wednesday, September 1, 2004
The World War II President, Franklin Delano Roosevelt, said he read the sports page first to be reminded of man's victories, then read the front page to be reminded of man's tragedies. The Olymp  

Sports: Reds Fever

The home season winds down, leaving much to be appreciated

0 Comments · Thursday, September 23, 1999
Sunday is Fan Appreciation Day at Cinergy Field. Technically, that's the day the Reds set aside to thank their fans. But this weekend is high time to look back and appreciate the 1999 Cincinna