Pete, Please!

At age 81, the former MLB icon still can’t help himself (Matt Rourke AP Photo). Pete, Please! By Dr. John Huang (CINCINNATI, Oh.)  -- It’s hard getting excited about Reds versus Phillies. If truth be told, it’s hard getting excited about Reds versus anybody these days. As if injuries and trades haven’t zapped

House Money

The Bengals’ return journey to the Super Bowl began with an exhibition loss to the Arizona Cardinals (Bengals.com photo). House Money By Dr. John Huang (CINCINNATI, Oh.) – Jacques Patrick bulled his way in from the one-yard line and Drew Britt hit Kendric Pryor with a 25-yard touchdown pass as the Bengals finally

Dog Days of August

Cincinnati pitcher Nick Nodolo threw his second consecutive impressive outing as the Reds take two of three from Baltimore (Photo MLB Baseball Gameday). By Dr. John Huang (CINCINNATI, Oh.) – The Cincinnati Reds and the Baltimore Orioles finished off the month of July with some extended fireworks. Brandon Drury provided the firepower, hammering

Tale of Two Cities

Dodgers’ first baseman Freddie Freeman now has 13 hits and 14 RBIs in seven games against the Reds this season (Photo Dustin Bradley/Getty Images). Tale of Two Cities—By Dr. John Huang (CINCINNATI, Oh.) – It was the best of teams, it was the worst of teams. The Los Angeles Dodgers and the

Nothing Brewing

Reds shortstop Kyle Farmer (17) and second baseman Jonathan India (6) are two currently active players who have both spent time on the ever-revolving injury carousel this year (Photo credit Sam Greene/The Enquirer). By Dr. John Huang (CINCINNATI, Oh.) – It’s Father’s Day. And this isn’t your Father’s Cincinnati Reds. Unfortunately, the

Baby Steps–By Dr. John Huang

Tyler Naquin (12) and Tyler Stephenson power Reds to series win over Milwaukee (Photo Sam Greene/The Enquirer) Baby Steps (CINCINNATI, Oh.) – It’s weird. The Reds stink this year. After some significant cost cutting measures during the offseason, Cincinnati promptly got off to its worst start in franchise history. At one point

REDS WIN, Reds Lose

I'm already feeling a bit lonely at Great American Ballpark (photo Dr. John Huang). REDS WIN, Reds Lose By Dr. John Huang (CINCINNATI, Oh.) – Like a hopeful ray of sunshine in a deadly storm of a season, the Pittsburgh Pirates tossed a temporary lifeline to a Cincinnati team in turmoil. Prior to

Patience

It’s lonely out here (photo credit Kareem Elgazzar/The Enquirer). Patience—By Dr. John Huang (CINCINNATI, Oh.) – Patience is a virtue, especially if you’re a baseball fan. The Cincinnati Reds lost to the San Diego Padres for the sixth straight time in the last two weeks, testing the patience of all 10,449 lonely souls

One-game winning streak

Reds jump out early, bullpen delivers, as Cincinnati finally ends 11-game losing streak (Mike Cyrus Photo). One-game winning streak--By Dr. John Huang (CINCINNATI, Oh.) – Nick Nodolo, in his third Major League start, pitched a gem of a five-hitter as the Cincinnati Reds went on to defeat the St. Louis Cardinals 4