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PeteyHendrix

  • joined Apr 28, 2008
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A 3rd generation Reds fan. Favorite of all time: Chris Sabo.

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Casting Complete for 1990 Reds Movie

A prequel already? Spurred forward by positive early test audiences and modest advances from several hard-to-pronounce countries, our 2013 Reds World Series feature film is already a success before...

Casting Complete for 2013 Reds Movie

Within weeks we will begin principal photography on a feature film that will follow the 2013 Reds from spring training through their World Series victory parade. While very true to life, the movie...

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The Enemy Speaks: Brewers Series

Welcome to this edition of The Enemy Speaks. Here are the interesting tidbits gleaned recently from NOT listening to the Brennemen, but rather to the opposing team's announcers, who often...

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The Enemy Speaks: Dirty Jocks

Welcome to this edition of The Enemy Speaks, Recent Crap Edition. Here are the interesting tidbits gleaned from NOT listening to the Brennemen, but rather to the opposing team's announcers,...

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The Enemy Speaks: Phillies Series

Welcome to this Phillies Series edition of The Enemy Speaks (formerly known as From the Opponents' Feed). Here are the interesting tidbits gleaned from NOT listening to the Brennemen, but...

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The Enemy Speaks: Pirates Series

Welcome to this Pirates Series edition of The Enemy Speaks (formerly known as From the Opponents' Feed). Here are the interesting tidbits gleaned from NOT listening to the Brennemen, but rather...

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The Enemy Speaks: Nationals Series

Welcome to this season's first edition of The Enemy Speaks (formerly known as From the Opponents' Feed). Here are the interesting tidbits gleaned from NOT listening to the Brennemen, but rather to...

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SIS Off Day Edition - 3 Artists, 3 Songs

via a.espncdn.com I'd like to take a moment to ask about a seriously important and omnipresent subject here at Red Reporter: music. I don't wanna miss out on great music that you...

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SIS - All-Star Porn Names Edition

What current players' names sound like porn stars? I'm glad you asked. Yes, I've been that bored today.

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PETEY'S NEW STAT CORNER: REPs and BaRFs revisited

You've heard of its existence, but you've always doubted it. You'd seen pictures, but they were always fuzzy and looked a lot like a gorilla suit or some tires sticking out of a Loch...AN AWESOME...

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From The Opponent's Feed™: Saved by Potsie's Uncle

Good gravy, that's one tasty win streak! But what, oh, what did we miss by listening to the soon-to-be-bald Brenneman and his son Spaulding focus on what the Reds are doing wrong/stupidly? via u...

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SIS - Off Day Edition

Off days suck more than Mark McGwire injected 'roids into Jose Canseco's ass.To help pass the time, let's share a little about ourselves... share a little OF ourselves with those whom comfort us in...

Blue Jays Release Vladimir Guerrero

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Should we have any interest? He had four hits last night in AAA "after a slow start."

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From The Opponent's Feed™: Wehner Whines BP Too Flashy

The Pirates series featured the pinheaded Greg Brown on PBP and Bob Walk or John Wehner on color. The entire series the broadcasters (all white) complained about how the flashiness of Brandon...

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From The Opponent's Feed™: 3 Altuves from Greatness

Just a few nuggets to report this series from the Astros feed, which features former Astro pitcher Jim DeShaias on the color commentary. Highlights include criticism of MVP sliding, the story of...

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From The Opponent's Feed™: Some Gringo Has My Baby!!

The Pirates series was the first series lost by the Reds all season. In the booth we have Steve Blass (of Steve Blass Disease fame) doing the color commentary. Steve talks out of his butt on...

Walt says Chapman in pen for all of 2012

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"Clearly, they can't see it, they can't hit it, they can't even find it, because Chapman is heading for the most dominating season by any relief pitcher in the history of relief pitching..."It's almost become second nature now, I've heard it discussed so often," Reds GM Walt Jocketty told Rumblings. "But I like it. It creates interest in our club, and that's all good. Everybody has a theory on it. Everybody has an opinion." That "everybody" includes the general manager, of course, not to mention Chapman himself. And their unanimous opinion is that some day -- very likely as soon as next season -- Chapman is going to morph into a starter. "It won't be this year, obviously," Jocketty said. "But he would like to start. His preference has always been to start."

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From The Opponent's Feed™: Dandy!

In the Major League of Baseball, the announcers are separated into two groups: the play-by-play dude who calls the game, and the former player who discusses the defenders. These are their stories. C...

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From The Opponent's Feed™: Not-a-Homer Simpson

Braves color commentator Joe Simpson, 1995 "Georgia Sports Broadcaster of the Year," dropped several interesting nuggets of information and analysis during the Braves v. Reds series sweep...

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From The Opponent's Feed™: Witness Drainage for Only $14!

The Braves had Tom Glavine in the booth. Unfortunately, the Chip Caray. The Mets broadcasters were clearly A-level: Ron Darling, Keith Hernandez, and Ralph Kiner each did color commentary. Between...

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From The Opponent's Feed™: Mystic Pizza

This series with the Nationals featured play-by-play man Bob Patterson and color analyst F.P. Santangelo, whose successful campaign to reestablish sideburns in the mid-nineties overshadowed his...

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From The Opponent's Feed™: Give 'Em Hell!!

Our recent Cubs series provided our Opponent's Feed™ archives with some tasty info on the Reds that you may have missed if you were sequestered in Brenneland™ (a fully-owned subsidiary of...

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From The Opponent's Feed™: Marty Taunted!!

Ah, the joys of the visitor's radio feed! Not only did the Chicago Cubs broadcast team share a laugh at Marty Brenneman's expense this past week, but the Giants TV team (featuring ex-major leaguers...

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ACTIVE FORMER REDS

Here are the active alumni of the Reds organization. Please let me know of anyone I missed who is at MLB or AAA levels. AFFELDT, JEREMY SF ALONSO, YONDER SD BALFOUR, GRANT O...

For Realsies: Orioles demote Dontrelle Willis

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Does this mean that Willis can opt for free agency, or does he have to go to AAA? Shouldn't the Reds be interested? Do you prefer Clay Zavada, Jeff Francis, Aroldis Chapman or someone else in the pen?

Reds extend Sean Marshall thru 2015

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so sez teh Fey UPDATE: The extension is worth $16.5 million, with $2m in bonuses each year ($1m for games finished, $1m for games stared, which is a bit odd). The deal is steep but fair for a premiere setup man, but I'd bet we have ourselves a cheap closer for 2013-15. -Weez

Hu's on First?: A Modernization

I thought I'd spruce up the old Abbott and Costello routine using modern players. Enjoy. (aside: I'm so old that my dad saw Abbott and Costello live.) Abbott: Well Costello, I'm going to...

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Heisey: No reverse splits in minors

There has been much discussion regarding Chris Heisey's inexplicable apparent "bizarro" splits in which he has recently hit right-handed pitchers much better than lefties, which runs contrary to...

Halladay Rescues Man, Carpenter Stubs Toe While Shooting Gator

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Roy Halladay rescues Amazon native after anaconda attack On a recent fishing expedition to Brazil with buddy Chris Carpenter of the St. Louis Cardinals (and former major league closer B.J. Ryan), the Good Doctor helped to rescue a local fisherman who had been wounded by — gulp — an anaconda. Best part: You also might be wondering: Where in the world was Carpenter while all of this was going on? Was he like Marlin Perkins chilling in tent while Jim Fowler wrestled tigers out in the bush on "Wild Kingdom"? Not quite. Now, don't get too excited by this, Cards fans, but Carpenter injured his toe on the trip, banging it on the side of the boat. He also caught some nice fish — apparently everyone did — and he shot a caiman (a cousin to the American Alligator). Shot it. Take note, Nyjer Morgan!
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