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2012 Playoffs

NLDS Game 5, Thread 2: Counter-slam range.

Reds trail 6-2.

NLDS Game 5: Reds vs. Giants (1:07 EDT). WOGH.

One-game series.

Talking yourself down

“A warrior never worries about his fear.”

We don't have the Right Reverend Pence here. You all will get treated to Hojatoldaneshjooha Cy Schourek Hoja. Sorry.

Maximum hometown playoff baseball. Reds lose 8-3.

When I said I liked thrilling conclusions, I didn't mean it.

NLDS Game 4: Reds vs. Giants (4:07 EDT).

Mike Leake answers the call. Hopefully while he was working out or something.

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NLDS Game 4: Reds vs. Giants (4:00 EDT). Leake vs.

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NLDS Game 3: Reds vs. Giants. Bailey vs. Vogelsong

Johnny Cueto has "mild" oblique strain

And it's also an oblique oblique strain.

NLDS Game 3: Giants @ Reds (5:37 EDT).

Preparing for postseason pandemonium in Porkopolis. Reds look to sweep Giants in the Queen City

Winning with Chapman on the fritz

Pre-tape blogging Game 2

No Reds baseball tonight, so here's a re-run.

Everything is awesome right now. Reds win, 9-0.

Scrabbles should have won the prediction contest last night, but he didn't get my numbers in on time.

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NLDS Game 2: Reds @ Giants. Arroyo vs. Bumgarner.

Bronson Arroyo has been and hopefully will have been pitching a gem.

EN EL DIAS Game Dos. Arroyo v. Bumgarner

Game Thread for Game Two of the Giants and Reds starring Bronson Arroyo, Madison Bumgarner, and Jay Bruce. Special guests include three TBS broadcasters with poorly coordinated wardrobes.

Prognosis on Cueto?

Cueto exits Game 1 after just one out.

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NLDS Game 1: Reds @ Giants.

Reds lead 3-1, bottom of 7.

NLDS Game 1: Cueto vs. Cain.

Prime Time

Reds NLDS roster finally out

Collect all 25.

NLDS Match-ups and Splits

Ryan Ludwick comes in smelling like a Rose.

Playoffs appetizer

Is it Saturday night yet?

Predicting the NLDS roster & Game 1 lineup

Early edition.

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2012 NLDS playoff match-up: Reds vs. Giants

The Reds will get the Giants in the NLDS. But do they "get" the Giants?

2012 Playoffs: Nightmare/Dream

They had a dream season. But sometimes dreams are actually nightmares. Because that's a stark contrast with dramatic appeal.

Freditorial - Playoffs Preview

Fred Regorter previews each of the National League playoff teams and sizes up the Reds' October competition.

The Reds and the playoffs: a long engagment

The Reds are going to the playoffs for the 14th time in franchise history, but twice-in-three-years is a rarer feat.

Playoff match-ups: SF Giants

The Reds are likely to get the Giants in the NLDS. But do they "get" the Giants?

Reds' bullpen log, playoff edition

One last look at the bullpen mileage before getting on the Postseason Superhighway.

RR Klassix: Ghosts of 2010

A look back to 2010 and forward to October.

Another look at the Reds' playoff roster

There are a number of ways to look at a team's playoff roster, but - as with all opinion - they fall generally into two buckets: (1) What will happen, (2) What should happen

Playoff roster, playoff races

In 2010, the Reds took 11 pitchers and 14 position players, essentially leaving off Aaron Harang in favor of Juan Francisco. I'd expect them to do something similar this time - especially since they don't need to cobble together a bullpen full of sit

Prepping for the Playoffs

The Reds are all but assured a spot in the playoffs, so how should they play out the rest of the season?