NUXHALL WAY: THE REDS BLOG
A TOP-NOTCH ROTATION OF INSIGHT AND ANALYSIS ON THE CINCINNATI REDS
The best Cincinnati team in years is just a few proactive steps from being a World Series contender in 2022. Joey Votto deserves management’s full support for making a real playoff run.
What’s your narrative of this season: Meaningful baseball in September or late-season collapse? Rowdy, budding stars or a poorly constructed roster? Let's discuss.
Last week’s sudden resignation of the team’s top two minor league officials raises more doubts about the Reds’ commitment to winning.
Luckily, while Cincinnati has dropped six straight series, their competition for the final Wild Card spot (Padres, Cardinals, Phillies) are also losing.
Would Cincinnati still be in the playoff race without breakout seasons from Tyler Naquin, Vladimir Gutierrez, and Kyle Farmer? It’s doubtful.
The good times never last with Cincinnati’s baseball club, so enjoy this year’s playoff push while you can.
Cincinnati took care of business in the past week and beat the teams they needed to, and now head to Milwaukee for a big three-game series.
Our long-suffering Reds columnist dreams of the playoffs and argues for a surprising starter to take the mound in a must-win game.
The team’s celebration of Joe Morgan Day last weekend was well deserved, but he still somehow keeps flying under the fans’ radar.