Red Reposter - heading west one more time

I'm gonna assume that the person holding up the sign is standing in front of the middle-aged gentleman with the hat and sunglasses.
  • Cards take two, lead still at six games
    Not a great weekend for the Red Legs, who captured just one of three games against second-place St. Louis this weekend. The Reds now hit the road for three games apiece against the Diamondbacks and Astros in their final western road trip of the year. Until Game 1 against San Francisco or LA.
  • NBC Sports' "Caught Looking" was in town to film this weekend
    Bronson Arroyo's already spinning defenses - she walked into my sight line - but the show will mainly focus on the Reds-Cards drama from this past weekend. The show airs this Thursday night.
  • Larkin's week was chock full of wonderful things
    Including this toss between he and Brandon Phillips, who grew up idolizing no. 11. With as many DP partners that both Larkin and Phillips have partnered with, it was neat to see these two connect here.
  • Votto looks to return soon
    Which could be as early this week against Houston. He starts his rehab assignment tomorrow in Dayton. Check out kcgard's injury report for more on top dog Votto and the Masset Hound.
  • With Meso down in Louisville getting his mojo back, it's Navarro's time
    Dioner Navarro is back in a pennant race, four years after the Rays' mercurial rise to the top of the American League and eight years after his ML debut with the Yankees as a 20 year-old. It's been a rough few years for Dioner, but the switch-hitter's earned his stripes again with a very solid .832 OPS in Louisville. With the Reds not saying whether Mesoraco will return this year, there's a very real possibility that Dioner will be suiting up for the team in October. In case you're wondering, Navarro owns a .293/.339/.362 slash line in 62 postseason PAs.
  • SI takes notice of the Nasty Boys 2.0
    The comparisons are inevitable with fireballer Aroldis Chapman leading a Reds' bullpen which is "striking out 10.11 batters every nine innings, the best rate of any team of relievers in any season in baseball history." An interesting read here on both the bullpen's performance and the changing roles of each pitcher.
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