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August 19, 1985 | Henry Hecht
The Reds' half of the inning began with Cesar Cedeno asleep on the trainer's table and ended with him scoring the winning run on the 4,170th hit of Pete Rose's career—a two-out, 13th-inning bunt single Thursday night...
June 06, 1983 | Herm Weiskopf
Here's a rundown on 10 of the finest prospects in the June 6-8 draft of high school and college players. Three are catchers: Robbie Wine of Oklahoma State, son of Bobby, the Phillies' former shortstop and current...
April 04, 1983 | Jim Kaplan
Let's face it, all the title Big Red Machine ever meant was hitting. Rose, Morgan, Bench, Perez, Foster: Boom! No wonder the Reds never got off the ground last year, when they relied on pitching and defense....
April 19, 1982 | Steve Wulf
Despite having the best record in baseball last year, Cincinnati made some drastic roster changes during the off-season
April 12, 1982 | Steve Wulf
These couldn't have been the Cincinnati Reds. For one thing, they were dressed in green. For another, George Foster was in blue, orange and white, the colors of the Mets. In the Reds' outfield were Clint Hurdle,...