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Posted on 09. Oct, 2010 by .

 
Cincinnati Reds Postseason Gear Part II

In case you missed it last week, I posted numerous pictures of available gear to celebrate the Cincinnati Reds 2010 National League Central Division Championship.  Click HERE if you missed it to see what first came out. With the MLB Playoffs underway and the Division Series in full swing, I again searched the city to […]


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Posted on 03. Oct, 2010 by .

 
Bring on the Playoffs…

The 2010 MLB Regular Season is officially over and it is time to turn the page and get ready for Postseason Baseball.  No matter who is participating, I make it a point not to miss an inning each year.  But this year will be more special as my favorite team, the Cincinnati Reds are one […]


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Posted on 02. Oct, 2010 by .

 
Target Field, Part Deuce

So my dad and I were unsure how to spend our last day in Minnesota.  The Twins had an afternoon game, so we decided to go downtown and eat and ask some ticket scalpers how much seats would cost for the sold out contest.  Being so close to game time, we were able to score […]


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Posted on 02. Oct, 2010 by .

 
Target Field, Home of the Minnesota Twins

It is hard to explain, but visiting sports stadiums really excites me.  My friends always joke that I would pull of the highway to see a Little League in a new stadium, and they could be right.  Although it means nothing more than bragging rights and self satisfaction, I enjoy being able to say that […]


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Posted on 30. Sep, 2010 by .

 
2010 Cincinnati Reds Central Division Championship Gear

Not sure if it is because of my dad, or my background in working in the equipment field, but I have always been a “gear” guy. I love wearing the official, or even non official, team stuff in every color or size available.  So knowing the Cincinnati Reds were on the verge of clinching the […]


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Posted on 29. Sep, 2010 by .

 
I remember…rambling about Reds postseasons of old…

I am so thankful that I was blessed with a good memory.  Being a huge sports fan in the city of Cincinnati, I have been forced to live in the past and remember memories from years ago.  Ever since I was born, I have been a diehard Cincinnati Reds fan.  My father instilled baseball in […]


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Posted on 29. Sep, 2010 by .

 
I Love You Jay Bruce!!  Playoffs?!?!

There is no bigger sports hero in the city of Cincinnati right now than Jay Bruce. I still get chills thinking about what I witnessed last night.  Bruce hammered the first pitch he saw in the bottom of the ninth to centerfield and the Cincinnati Reds are 2010 National League Central Division Champions. I have […]


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Posted on 27. Sep, 2010 by .

 
Big League Rookie Hazing

Baseball has always been said to have a book full of “unwritten rules.”  They say everything from you should not attempt to bunt for a hit to break up a no-hitter to thou shall not steal while winning by a bunch.  But my favorite unwritten rule is that “Rookies should be hazed and picked on.” […]


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Posted on 15. Sep, 2010 by .

 
DiDi Gregorious and his dad

If current Dayton Dragons shortstop DiDi Gregorius was able to collect airline miles as a youngster, he would be king of the skies and a platinum miles member for sure.  “I flew back and forth from Holland to Curacao so many times,” Gregorius said. Gregorius was living with his mom and the rest of his […]


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Posted on 11. Sep, 2010 by .

 
25 Years ago today…

In the United States of America, and even throughout the world, September 11th brings on sad memories of the terrorists attacks of 2001.  But in the city of Cincinnati, the date has another meaning, one to cheer and celebrate. Twenty five years ago today, September 11th, 1985, hometown hero Pete Rose singled off of Eric […]


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