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Carson Fulmer, Tejay Antone, and Cincinnati Reds bullpen usage

I’d call it ‘Behind the Numbers,’ but I’m pretty sure that’s been used before.

Cincinnati Reds shortstops have been awesome in a 1983 sort of way

Snap those polyester coaches shorts on and celebrate the good times!

Nick Castellanos and the quest for an elusive 200-hit Cincinnati Reds season

It’s been since 1977, which I believe was part of the Bronze Age.

The wOBA leaderboard since the start of 2020 looks like this


The Cincinnati Reds bullpen by the numbers

There are numbers, alright.

What’s up with Reds ace Luis Castillo?

A closer look at the early struggles of the Reds righty in 2021.

Who is this new Joey Votto?

Meet the new boss. Same as the old boss - just different.

The remarkably unremarkable peripherals of this red-hot Cincinnati Reds offense

A glance at what’s fueling their fire through 10 games.

It isn’t shortstop where the Cincinnati Reds need the biggest improvement

Better play there will help, but there’s another spot that needs a giant step forward.

The one thing I hope the Cincinnati Reds leave in 2020

Never, ever to return.

Grading year one of Cincinnati Reds record free agent signing, Mike Moustakas

Solid, yet unspectacular...and that’s totally fine.

A closer look at RHP Ryne Stanek, Cincinnati Reds free agent target

A big righty with a bigger fastball.

A non-tendered Angels reliever might be a perfect project for the Cincinnati Reds

A bullpen makeover is in the cards either way...

Was shifting behind the awful Cincinnati Reds hitting in 2020?

Or was, y’know, pretty much everything?

Four takeaways from the Cincinnati Reds 60 game regular season sprint

Taking stock of a regular season now officially in the books.

The evolution of “Joey Votto - Power Hitter”

Second verse, not same as the first.

The 2020 Reds offense is a statistical tragedy.

They have time to to make it right but the light is fading fast.

Starting pitching must carry the Cincinnati Reds. So far, so good.

One week in, and the Reds strength has been on full display.

Offensive Juggernaut Jesse Winker, forgotten man of the Reds

The stars are aligning for Winker to have a breakout campaign.

The greatest DH in Cincinnati Reds history

Or, at least a super duper one.

Sean Casey and the almost 100 RBI season(s)

Friday musings from Red Reporter dot com.

Checking in on the 2020 Cincinnati Reds simulation at Baseball Reference

Numbers, and things.

Joey Votto hit too much, too

"Joey Votto walks too much" blah blah blah blah blah.

Joey Votto and almost 18 miles of walks

It’s been quite the decade for Cincinnati’s star.

Joey Votto, offensive juggernaut of his generation

A who’s who of baseball sluggers from the last three decades, with Votto almost atop the giant list.

Reds milestones we might not see in a shortened 2020 season

Throwin’ that pessimism speed-ball by ya, make ya look like a fool, boy.

Adam Dunn once hit a ball 535 feet. That’s far. How far?

Looking back on the single greatest feat of dingerage in the history of dingers.

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Value generated by Reds international signings

The three-batter minimum rule is official, and the Cincinnati Reds seem prepared

As LOOGYs go by the wayside, a new defense against left-handed hitters is in place.

Do the Cincinnati Reds still need to improve behind the plate?

A closer look at the team’s catching performance.

The bizarre brilliance of Derek Dietrich’s 2019 season

Dietrich...remember him?

Josh VanMeter? Gosh, he can geet ‘er!

I don’t think anyone expected it, but it sure looks like this kid can jam.