I met the love of my life as a small child, and despite an often rocky relationship that has mixed joy and anguish with frequent doses of frustration, it endures to this day, stronger than ever.
But before the more romantically-inclined of you start tearing up over a good ol’ fashioned love story, it should be pointed out, sadly, that the object of my affection is not a childhood sweetheart who grew up to be a swimsuit model while retaining her girl-next-door charm.
The day after Hall of Fame Cincinnati Reds play-by-play man Marty Brennaman criticized Cardinals pitching coach Dave Duncan as “infantile” for his rebuke of the Reds during Sunday’s postgame celebration, Duncan classified the comments as “pretty classless … that’s it, pretty classless.”
CINCINNATI — Life on the indoor football field can’t be much better for the Cincinnati Commandos. The second-year team is the defending champion of the Continental Indoor Football League and, with an 8-0 record this season, is seeking a repeat … Continue reading →
Marty Brennaman is never one to shy away from giving his opinion, which is probably why he’s so loved in this town. Other baseball cities (see Chicago) don’t share the same sentiment. On Monday, Reds fans were in for another … Continue reading →
A poorly conditioned mound bothered Chris Carpenter in the first inning. Lingering smoke from fireworks celebrating Ramon Hernandez’ home run irritated him in the third. A string of defensive hijinks compounded by back luck led to another pain in the … Continue reading →
I read this on Mo Eggers blog today and thought it was amazing please read and check out his blog: HERE
I’m going to Great American Ballpark tonight. The Reds and Astros will play a baseball game, and hopefully the Reds will win. I’ll have a beer, a hot dog, and probably some funnel fries. I’ll try to answer the Scoreboard Stumper. I’ll laugh at the unsuspecting folks on the Kiss Cam, and openly wonder about some of the at-bat music selections by the Reds. All of that will be fun, because nothing on earth tops a night at the ballyard. Continue reading →