Steve Christmas was real. He was a catcher.
The Cincinnati Reds are hiring a full-time Data Scientist to join their Administration/Operations team.
Bruce hasnâ€™t posted a BABIP over .300 since 2013, and the shift is a large reason why. This past year, Bruce was shifted more than all but three players in MLB.
Reggie Jackson faces his italicized self, Billy Hamilton his antiquated self, and Matt ranks Metallica moments.
Jason decries a lack of classification when it comes to baserunning, Nathan offers reviews of Todd Frazier’s swing, and Matt considers the epic qualities of Mike Trout.
Matt applies tunneling stats to Robert Frost; Mary gives Scooter Gennett an origin story; and Patrick defends whimsy.
Jason breaks down a baseball player’s roast, Patrick attends a kid’s friend’s birthday party, and Nathan enjoys some slow radio airtime.
Kate tries to share the passion and excitement of Reds baseball, Matt explores the final moments of a lost career, and Emma ranks the recepients of the rage of Ford Frick.
Joe Nuxhall approaches the biggest game of his year, and the Oakland Athletics dabble in the forbidden arts to win a championship.
A cat who walked through stadiums, the philosophy of failure in the postgame clubhouse, a Cincinnati Red-based mantra, and the hacking of baseball.
BP 2013 Stadium Tour makes a stop in Cincinnati
Is it really fair to compare Joey Votto to Brandon Phillips?
Does it matter that Joey Votto isn’t driving in runs?