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Reds Tickets – Pick the Best
Cincinnati Reds tickets are packed with promise for the 2013 MLB season. Over the long haul Reds fans will enjoy watching their heroes stomp on some old foes in the National League central. That means when the St. Louis cardinals come to the Great American Ball Park you can expect a full house. That goes for the Milwaukee Brewers and of course the Chicago Cubs will be a big draw. But any way you cut it, a winning season for Cincinnati Reds fans is in the cards. And as the season moves along, and the race gets narrower at the end, Reds tickets will be up front for baseball fans.
Cincinnati Reds Tickets – Reds Rising in the National League Central
Cincinnati Reds tickets are stirring up a storm in the National league Central Division. It’s been a long time since the Reds have been able to field a team that can actually contend for a postseason berth. In fact, the Cincinnati Reds have gone through almost a decade of losing seasons and seen half a dozen managers come and go in that time period. But it looks like the long season of frustration is going to end for Cincinnati Reds tickets holders. The Reds are building on a 2013 MLB season that saw come within a hair of .500 and lay the groundwork for a resurgence of the great American pastime in the Great American Ball Park. Under Dusty Baker, winner of three Manager of the Year Awards, has his team playing good defense and generating enough offense to think the unthinkable: A central Division title and playoff baseball.
Cincinnati Reds tickets to deliver that trip to the promised land of the playoffs some big improvements have to come on the offensive side also. 2013 was looking pretty good for the Reds until the injury bug hit hard and kept bats out of the lineup. Big things are expected from Joey Votto who is expected to come back strong after a season shortened by personal problems. Votto consistently bats over .300 and is strong enough to deliver home runs for the Reds on a consistent basis. Meanwhile Right Fielder Jay Bruce is back from a broken wrist, and catcher Ramon Hernandez is recovered from knee problems. Finally, send baseman Brandon Philips needs to step up and produce hits over the course of the season.
The newest version of Cincinnati Reds tickets will feature a major element of the old. Over the last few years pitcher Bronson Arroyo has been a beast. For over five years Arroyo has logged 200+ innings preseason and he’s expected to shoulder the load for the Cincinnati Reds again. Why not? With Arroyo on the mound in 2009 Cincinnati only dropped 13 games. Johnny Cueto appears to be ready to step up and get some wins also, along with Aaro Harang, and newcomer Micah Owings who will have to battle to be in the starting rotation.
Yankees reject Brandon Phillips for Brett Gardner trade
LAKE BUENA VISTA, Fla. -- The Cincinnati Reds have discussed trading second baseman Brandon Phillips to the New York Yankees for outfielder Brett Gardner. Persons close to the deal from both sides said late Wednesday that the deal was rejected.
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Injuries, losses prompt MLB to seek collision ban
In this July 14, 1970 file photo, Cincinnati Reds' Pete Rose (14) slams into Cleveland Indians' catcher Ray Fosse to score a controversial game-winning run for the National League team in the 12th inning of the 1970 All-Star game in Cincinnati. Fosse suffered ...
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MLB intends to ban plate collisions
FILE - In this July 14, 1970 file photo, Cincinnati Reds' Pete Rose (14) slams into Cleveland Indians' catcher Ray Fosse to score a controversial game-winning run for the National League team in the 12th inning of the 1970 All-Star game in Cincinnati.
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Reds have interest in Omar Infante, but need to move Brandon Phillips first
Another potential suitor has joined the Omar Infante sweepstakes: the Cincinnati Reds. But, as Bob Nightengale of USA TODAY reports, they would need to move current second baseman Brandon Phillips first. Recently, the Yankees — sans Robinson Cano ...
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