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Posted on 06. Apr, 2009 by .

 

Today has to be the greatest sports day of the year.  Opening Day for the Major League Baseball season followed by the Division 1 NCAA Men’s Basketball Championship.  I really cannot imagine anything better.   It all starts with the Cincinnati Reds Findlay Day Parade and ends with CBS playing “One Shinning Moment” after the champion […]


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Posted on 01. Apr, 2009 by .

 

I tackled the drive home and survived…Legs were a bit unsteady when I got out of the car, but glad to have that over with.  Will up in Dayton the next few days at Fifth Third Field preparing for the Futures Game on Saturday. Please check back as I will give some details and describe […]


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Posted on 31. Mar, 2009 by .

 

Although spring training is not fully complete, it is time for me to head back north to prepare for the minor league season.  At Fifth Third Field in Dayton, we will be hosting a Future Stars game, between the Cincinnati Reds Major League Club and a collection of “Futures” from the minor league system, made […]


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Posted on 25. Mar, 2009 by .

 

In the first round of the 2007 MLB First Year Player Draft, the Cincinnati Reds selected High School Catcher Devin Mesoraco 15th overall.  Upon signing, Mesoraco was assigned to the Gulf Coast League where he struggled with injuries during the short rookie league schedule.  In 2008, 30 games into the minor league season, Mesoraco was […]


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Posted on 23. Mar, 2009 by .

 

In November of 2003, Cincinnati Reds Outfield Prospect Dernell Stenson was killed while playing in the Arizona Fall League in Phoenix.  He was found dead on a residential street shot, and apparently run over by a car.  Some five and a half years later, Stenson’s presence is still felt in the Cincinnati Reds organization. . […]


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Posted on 19. Mar, 2009 by .

 

For years now, cities all around the United States of America have been placing exotic and different works of art around their areas.  In 2004, the City of Cincinnati displayed over 200 sculptures made of regulation major league baseball bats.  Each sculpture was different and designed by carious artists or organizations around the city. Forgotten […]


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Posted on 09. Mar, 2009 by .

 

Working baseball spring training is a lot of work and a lot of long hours.  But every now and then, you find some time to get out and have some fun.  I had the chance to join a group of Major League Front Office members for a few games of bowling at the local Sarasota […]


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Posted on 24. Feb, 2009 by .

 

I had the privilege of spending the day in Titletown, USA, or otherwise known as Gainesville, Florida, Home of the Florida Gators.  There are not many places that you can walk on the campus at the University of Florida, and not know that they won the 2008 NCAA Football Championship. The campus bookstore has its […]


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Posted on 20. Feb, 2009 by .

 

The Commonwealth of Kentucky is a state known for its Bluegrass, College Basketball (Louisville, University of Kentucky, etc), and its thoroughbred horses.  But its top quality is also its best kept secret, Ale-8-One soft drink.  While most would argue with me that the bourbon distilleries lead to the top drink of Kentucky, I stand by […]


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Posted on 17. Feb, 2009 by .

 

I am aware that there are some issues with this website fully showing up on internet explorer,  and I wanted to let you know that the problem is being worked on.  The site does appear normally on firefox, blackberry phones among a few other ways.  Thanks for being patient and hope to have this problem […]


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