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June 14, 2004 | Daniel G. Habib
Free of injury (knock on wood), Ken Griffey Jr. powered toward 500 homers and boosted the surprising Reds to the top of the National League
June 07, 2004 | Bill Scheft
Good to be here. Is it just me, or does it seem that the only place from which the United States has an effective exit strategy is Roland Garros?
May 24, 2004 | Albert Chen
Outta Here?Ken Griffey Jr. is healthy and hitting homers—so will the Reds trade him?
May 03, 2004 | Tom Verducci
1. Orioles rookie lefthander Matt Riley's curveball is gaining a reputation that rivals the A's Barry Zito's sweeper. Says one American League scout, "Barry's is softer. This is a power curve. It's flat-out nasty. If...
April 05, 2004 | Albert Chen
an opposing team's scout sizes up the Reds