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In a stunning development, Red Reporter's research unit uncovered private internal Reds emails. What they contain may shock you.

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It is fair to say that cyber espionage is one of the most important and dangerous developments of the last decade. The highest levels of government and business are routinely hacked by individuals or groups with a wide range of motives. Most infamously, the Russian government (or operatives working under the auspices of the Russian government) allegedly hacked the Democratic National Committee and passed the contents on to Wikileaks. Wikileaks then released the information to the world, possibly affecting the recent presidential election. Allegedly.

You, our dear readers, may or may not be aware that we have tasked a special RR cyber research unit with sifting through the trillions of bits of information scattered across the internet in attempt to find intel on our favorite baseball team. What we have to reveal today is the summation of fruits from that exhaustive labor.

Due to our journalistic integrity and accountability, we are unable to disclose our source on this. What follows is a total of nearly half a dozen emails obtained by Red Reporter that show the inner-workings of the Reds' baseball and business operations. Never before has a fanblog obtained such sensitive information, and the revelations therein might very well shock you.

But I don't want to spend too much time introducing all of this. I don't want to provide any editorial comments or reactions so as to preserve for you, our readers, the ability to draw your own conclusions. We are not interpreters, but rather more like curators. And I, dear readers, take that responsibility with the gravest of sincerity.

So, without further comment, I present to you, without comment, the totality of internal Reds emails obtained by Red Reporter: