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Steelers Loss Caps Sad Month in Cincy Sports

0 Comments · Wednesday, October 24, 2012
I don’t believe in curses.
I don’t believe in voodoo, hexes, sorcery or jinxes.  I don’t believe in any of those things in regular life and I certainly don’t believe in them in sports.  

Dusty Coming Back to Finish What He Started

0 Comments · Wednesday, October 17, 2012
Many people were unhappy that the Reds signed Dusty Baker to a two-year extension shortly after the end of the team’s 2012 season, but the people happiest with the news are the Reds players themselves.   

Reds End Decade of Sports Futility in Cincinnati

0 Comments · Wednesday, October 10, 2012
Losantiville is Loserville no more. With the Reds’ Game 1 victory in the National League Division Series in San Francisco, Cincinnati’s long drought of postseason failure came to an end.   

Dusty Baker Deserves More Credit

0 Comments · Wednesday, October 3, 2012
It’s too bad it took a mini-stroke for Dusty Baker to get a little bit of relief from his critics. Baker will be leading the Reds to their second postseason appearance in the last three years, but he’s far from beloved in town — he’s hardly even respected.  

Reds Set Up for Continued Success

0 Comments · Wednesday, September 26, 2012
After going more than a decade without a proper postseason, the Reds are making October a normal part of the season, last week clinching their second postseason berth in three years. And the way the roster has been built, there should be more to come.  

Young Bengals Receivers Step Up

0 Comments · Wednesday, September 19, 2012
One of the biggest questions coming out of the Bengals training camp was whether or not the team could find a second receiver to complement A.J. Green — for at least one day. In the Bengals’ 34-27 victory over the Browns, Cincinnati had some weaknesses exposed, but the receiving corps certainly wasn’t one of them.   

Ending a Love Affair With Football

0 Comments · Wednesday, September 12, 2012
A funny thing happened to me during the first full weekend of football — or didn’t happen to me. I just didn’t care.   

Robert Geathers Talks Bengals' Locker Room, Leadership

0 Comments · Wednesday, September 5, 2012
Robert Geathers is entering his ninth year with the Bengals and is now the most tenured member of the team. He was drafted in the same class as Chris Perry, Keiwan Ratliff and Madieu Williams. He’s been a member of all three of Marvin Lewis’ playoff teams, seen the high times and low, but has rarely been in the spotlight. That’s pretty much how he likes it.   

Cardinals Still the Reds' Biggest Threat

0 Comments · Wednesday, August 29, 2012
For a few months the Pirates were a nice, uplifting story, but deep down everyone knew the Cardinals were the real threat, the real enemy of the Reds.  

Votto on Injury, Rehab and Watching a Winner

0 Comments · Wednesday, August 22, 2012
When the Reds announced that Joey Votto needed knee surgery and was going to miss a month, most thought the best-case scenario would be the first-place Reds treading water and hopefully keeping the Pirates and Cardinals at bay. And even that was seen as a bit optimistic.