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Cincinnati's major sports programs look surprisingly solid for 2010

0 Comments · Monday, March 29, 2010
April is the perfect time to assess Cincinnati's sports landscape. Not only does baseball begin in April, but the NFL draft takes place, leading to summer workouts and eventually training camp. College basketball practice begins during football season, then the regular season spans the winter months and brings us all the way back around to March Madness. So let's see where the city's five major sports programs stand.  

Portune's Lessons in Futility

0 Comments · Wednesday, January 27, 2010
It's difficult to resist the urge to tell Hamilton County Commissioner Todd Portune, "I told ya so." Portune made a big deal a few weeks ago of his teaming up with his colleague, County Commissioner Greg Hartmann, to devise a solution for the looming deficits in the county's stadium account. Much like President Obama at the national level, Portune was enamored of his bipartisan approach to the problem.  

Debunking the Myths About Reds Game Attendance

Dude, Where's My Fanbase? - Testimony from a 'baseball town'

0 Comments · Wednesday, May 27, 2009
Most locals consider Cincinnati to be a “baseball town.” Everyone hears family members and coworkers go on about just how great the Big Red Machine was or how exciting 1990 was when the Reds went wire-to-wire in first place and swept the Oakland A’s to win the World Series. Though it’s still relatively early, this year’s Reds are an exciting team that shows signs of being able to contend for a playoff spot.  

Cheers to the High Points of 2008: UC Football and Xavier Basketball

0 Comments · Tuesday, December 30, 2008
Though the year in sports produced its fair share of memories, no sporting memory will obscure the hard reality of economic gloom coursing through the world in a tense 2008.  

Hope Springs Eternal in Redsland, but Hope Gets Really Boring

0 Comments · Wednesday, October 1, 2008
The Reds officially ended their season Sept. 28 with a fivegame losing streak. They unofficially ended their season with a five-game losing streak at the end of July. It seemed like the Reds were always on a five-game losing streak this year. At least we know where they stand.  

Joey Votto

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0 Comments · Tuesday, September 23, 2008
You have to go back all the way to 1999 to find a Cincinnati Reds player making a legiti mate run at the Rookie of the Year title. That was until first baseman Joey Votto started his red-hot 2008 campaign.   

Sports

The Ghost of Pete Rose Still Haunts the Reds

0 Comments · Wednesday, August 20, 2008
Somewhere, wafting through the Cincinnati airwaves and above Great American Ball Park, the ghost of Pete Rose hovers like a rain cloud. No matter how thoroughly Rose is discredited on other ground  

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