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By Josh Kramer I am well aware that being a general manager or the owner of a professional sports franchise is no easy task.  Granted I cannot speak from personal experience, but I can only imagine the difficulties of the … Continue reading

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By Grant Freking Johnny “Little Tiant” Cueto is quietly having a spectacular season. If he had enough innings to qualify, he’d be the NL ERA leader at 1.84. The same goes for WHIP (walks times hits divided by innings pitched). … Continue reading

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The Cincinnati Reds are no longer a sub 500 team or a ball club that strives to win as many as they lose.  They also are not one of those small market teams that will as they say,  “get them next year.”  One of those … Continue reading

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Joey Votto (left) and Albert Pujols (right) will go head to head in Cincinnati as the Reds look to gain ground on the division leading Cardinals this weekend.

It is time to start another week in the wide world of sports.  Last week was amazing, but it is behind us now.  Out with the old and in with the new.

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It’s almost April, and you know what that means.  The American pastime is ready to get under way.  The first pitch will be thrown in a little over 24 hours. Major League Baseball features a grueling 162 game journey over a … Continue reading

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Washington National's 18 year old phenom Bryce Harper (pictured above) suffered a sprained ankle today in a scrimmage. Major League baseball opens up in just 9 days.

Now I will admit it is hard for me to say, but there is really not a whole lot going on in the sporting world this week outside of March Madness.  Let me rephrase that actually.  There is plenty going on, but nothing even compares to the Madness that has struck.  What a first weekend for the tournament.  I cannot wait until the Sweet 16 picks up on Thursday.  But I digress.  Here is a look at this week’s top sporting events.

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The first 2 games of the most important series in Cincinnati since 1999 have come to a close.  And they definitely have not gone as hoped for by Reds’ fans.  St. Louis has come in and absolutely embarrassed a team that has not … Continue reading