Jan 23, 2014
Blog Red Machine
Reds By the Numbers: #23 Lee May
Throughout the Reds illustrious history, any player of superstar status has managed to avoid the number that Michael Jordan has made so globally known.
Erardi: Reds have not gotten enough offense from catchers
Where the Reds rank by position The combined On Base Plus Slugging percentage of the Reds catchers ranks second from the bottom of the National League, below only Miami.
Major League Baseball
Choo sets team mark for hit by pitches
He has the bruises to show for it. On Monday against the Cubs, Choo was hit by a pitch for a Major League leading 25th time, which is also the Reds franchise record.
Ranking Baseball's Most Volatile Clubhouse Cancers
There are always guys in baseball who tear their own teams apart. Whether it's because they have feuds with teammates, have off-the-field issues or even because they simply attract so much media attention they overshadow the rest of their team, these guys simply don't help their team's chemistry.