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 Cincinnati Reds Tickets - Reds MLB Baseball - Reds Ticket Brokers
After an inconsistent performance in the 2005 MLB season, the Cincinnati Reds are poised to make a stronger showing in 2006.
Cincinnati baseball fans are hoping to see improvements in the Reds’ game this season.
The Cincinnati Reds are one of the most storied franchises in all of Major League Baseball.
www.coasttocoasttickets.com /mlb/reds_tickets.shtml   (819 words)

 KFFL - Jerry Narron, MAN, Cincinnati Reds
The Cincinnati Enquirer's John Fay reports Cincinnati Reds first base coach and infield instructor Randy Whisler will not return for the 2006 season, the only one of the Reds coaching staff who was let go by Reds MAN Jerry Narron.
The Cincinnati Enquirer's John Fay reports Cincinnati Reds MAN Jerry Narron said the plan is for 2B Ryan Freel (toe) to get 20 to 25 plate appearances in his rehab assignment at Double-A Chattanooga before he is summoned back to the parent club.
The Cincinnati Enquirer's John Fay reports Cincinnati Reds IF Ray Olmedo and Anderson Machado were spotted taking balls in the outfield before the July 6 game with the San Francisco Giants.
www.kffl.com /player/4714/mlb   (602 words)

Graves digs Mets' tips ROGER RUBINAND ADAM RUBINDAILY NEWS SPORTS WRITERS Danny Graves first felt like a member of the Mets when It seems that Graves, who was the Cincinnati Reds' closer until he
Mets sign Graves It official on Saturday, signing relief pitcher Danny Graves for the remainder of the 2005 season with a club option for 2006 Graves, who was designated for assignment by the
Mets sign former Reds closer Graves Contract with former Cincinnati Reds closer Danny Graves on Saturday and added him to their bullpen To make room for Graves, the Mets designated reliever Manny Aybar for assignment
www.primerweb.com /graves.html   (602 words)

SAN DIEGO, CA- The University of San Diego baseball program, twice West Coast Conference Champions under current head coach Rich Hill, has named Jay Johnson and Mark Viramontes assistant coaches in preparation for the 2006 season.
He later became an Associate Scout for the Cincinnati Reds, evaluating baseball talent in inner-city Los Angeles.
Johnson will serve as the Toreros associate recruiting coordinator and primary hitting coach while Viramontes, a former scout for the Cincinnati Reds, has accepted the position of San Diego's volunteer assistant.
usdtoreros.collegesports.com /sports/m-basebl/spec-rel/082305aaa.html   (602 words)

 Bronson Arroyo - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Arroyo was later traded during spring training of the 2006 season for Cincinnati Reds outfielder Wily Mo Peña.
Bronson Anthony Arroyo [ah-ROY-yoh] (born February 24, 1977 in Key West, Florida,) is a popular Major League Baseball right-handed pitcher for the Cincinnati Reds.
Arroyo said the deal was a "hometown discount" and agreed to the terms against the advice of his agent.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Bronson_Arroyo   (762 words)

 ESPN.com: Scott Hatteberg Player Card
Scott Hatteberg agreed to a one-year, $750,000 contract Sunday with Cincinnati, giving the Reds more flexibility at first base.
Spin: Signing Hatteberg, who batted.256 with seven homers and 59 RBI last season for Oakland, gives the Reds added depth and flexibility at first base.
The 72 walks to 48 strikeouts he generated last year is not only his largest differential between the two stats in a season, but it is nearly the inverse of the 70 strikeouts and 40 walks Hatteberg posted in 1997, his first full year in the majors.
sports.espn.go.com /mlb/players/profile?statsId=5514   (282 words)

 ESPN.com: Sean Casey Player Card
Sean Casey had his contract extended through the 2006 season on Friday, the clearest message yet that the Cincinnati Reds have no intention of trading him.
Sean Casey has not been involved in any transactions this season.
Reds trade Casey to Pirates for left-hander Williams
sports.espn.go.com /mlb/players/profile?statsId=5930   (236 words)

 The Cincinnati Post - LaRue and Valentin produce in tandem
For both catchers, 2006 will be the final season of salary arbitration.
LaRue is the one whose contract will rise to proportions that the budget-driven Reds will have to ponder.
Obviously - the word with which LaRue begins most of his sentences, along with "of," which precedes "course" - a whopping reason for the Reds' catcher uprising has been the other one, Javier Valentin.
news.cincypost.com /apps/pbcs.dll/article?AID=/20050908/SPT05/509080323/1035/SPT   (950 words)

 ESPN.com: Minnesota Twins Player Card
Sean Casey had his contract extended through the 2006 season on Friday, the clearest message yet that the Cincinnati Reds have no intention of trading him.
Juan Castro has not been involved in any transactions this season.
Castro occasionally can show surprising power, but he is more consistent when he is not over-swinging and trying to take balls where they're pitched.
sports.espn.go.com /mlb/players/profile?statsId=5508   (175 words)

 John Wetteland - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
After the 1991 season, Wetteland was traded twice; first to the Cincinnati Reds for Eric Davis, and then to the Expos for Dave Martinez.
On January 27, 2006, John was hired to be the bullpen coach of the Washington Nationals.
Wetteland was again named to the All-Star game for the 1999 season, where he pitched a scoreless 9th inning, and became the first Rangers pitcher to earn an All-Star save.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/John_Wetteland   (615 words)

 Admiral Schlei Baseball Stats by Baseball Almanac
Schlei was 26 years old when he broke into the big leagues on April 24, 1904, with the Cincinnati Reds.
Admiral Schlei was born on Saturday, January 12, 1878, in Cincinnati, Ohio.
Did you know that you can compare Admiral Schlei to other rookies who also had their Major League debut during the 1904 National League season?
www.baseball-almanac.com /players/player.php?p=schlead01   (298 words)

 Bucky Dent @ BaseballLiving.com
The Reds begin the 2006 season under new ownership, with a different general manager in place and a few new faces in the Opening Day lineup.
Bucky Dent,¹ the man Boston Red Sox fans love to hate, is in his first year as the Reds' bench coach.
--> Putting a Dent in the defense (The Cincinnati Enquirer)
www.baseballliving.com /about/Bucky_Dent   (407 words)

 Ben Maller : Archives - March 29, 2006
Now he's in Reds camp mulling the possibility of becoming the pitching coach for Cincinnati's Rookie League team in Billings, Mont. He said Tuesday he's leaning toward accepting.
Not long ago, former Reds closer Doug Bair was standing in line at the will-call window to see his 23-year-old daughter, Heather, star in a production of Chicago in Vero Beach, Fla. His phone rang with a job offer.
The Florida Gators 6-foot-11 sophomore star said Tuesday he plans to return to Gainesville next season, despite his rapid ascension up NBA Draft boards.
www.benmaller.com /archives/2006/march/29.html   (10557 words)

 USATODAY.com - Reds agree to terms with A's 1B Hatteberg
Hatteberg batted.256 with seven homers and 59 RBI last season for Oakland, which declined his contract option for 2006.
CINCINNATI — Scott Hatteberg agreed to a one-year, $750,000 contract Sunday with Cincinnati, giving the Reds more flexibility at first base.
Scott Hatteberg signed a one-year contract with the Reds, where he is expected to share time at first base with Adam Dunn.
www.usatoday.com /sports/baseball/nl/reds/2006-02-12-hatteberg_x.htm?csp=34   (487 words)

 DetNews Photo Gallery... - Page 3 - MotownSports.com Message Board
Detroit Tigers' Reggie Taylor, right, is congratulated by Curtis Granderson after hitting a solo home run in the seventh inning to break a 5-5 tie against the Cincinnati Reds in a spring training baseball game at Joker Marchant Stadium Thursday March 2, 2006, in Lakeland, Fla. The Tigers beat the Reds 8-5.
Curtis Granderson is a candidate to play centerfield for the Tigers this season.
Detroit Tigers outfielder Curtis Granderson eyes the flight of the ball on his game-winning hit in the bottom of the ninth.
www.motownsports.com /forums/showthread.php?t=35496&page=3   (2874 words)

 Frank Robinson - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Robinson is also a charter member of the Baltimore Orioles Hall of Fame (along with Brooks Robinson), and a member of the Cincinnati Reds Hall of Fame, being inducted into both in 1978.
Robinson's managerial record, as of April 20, 2006 is 1000-1095, a.477 record.
He was awarded the American League Manager of the Year Award in 1989 for leading the Baltimore Orioles to an 87-75 record, a huge turnaround from their previous season in which they went 54-107.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Frank_Robinson   (952 words)

 Cincinnati Reds Blog
The Reds have three lefties set for the rotation in 2006, with Eric Milton, Brandon Claussen, and David Williams.
But he'll have to win 20 to make his contract look good, and that's very unlikely, when the best stretch of the season last year would have netted 20 quality starts for the year if stretched for the duration.
One reason Williams troubles me is the resemblance of his record to that of Eric Milton, who crashed and burned last year in Cincy.
shawns.blogspot.com   (4940 words)

 Billings Mustangs - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The Billings Mustangs changed their logo for the 2006 season and plan on hosting two turn-back-the-clock jersey days at Cobb Field this year.
The Mustangs are the Pioneer League Rookie affiliate of the Major League Cincinnati Reds.
Billings, the last team to qualify for the postseason won game 1 at Provo 8-5 in 11 innings, then, in what is considered one of the greatest games in Pioneer League history, Billings won 3-0 on a no-hitter by James Paduch to win the Championship in front of a sold-out Cobb Field in Billings.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Billings_Mustangs   (531 words)

 Minnesota Twins Clubhouse
A judge ruled Monday that the Minnesota Twins don't have to play in the Metrodome beyond the 2006 season, increasing pressure on lawmakers to approve a stadium funding package this spring.
Minnesota's Wayne Krivsky was hired Wednesday as the Cincinnati Reds' general manager, ending a two-week search that involved eight candidates.
Minnesota Twins pitcher Johan Santana laughs as he falls while trying to field a pop fly along the baseline as...
baseball.espn.go.com /mlb/clubhouse?team=min   (192 words)

 ESPN.com: Sean Casey
Sean Casey had his contract extended through the 2006 season on Friday, the clearest message yet that the Cincinnati Reds have no intention of trading him.
Casey is one of baseball's toughest men to strike out, with an exceptional knack for fighting off pitches.
Casey came to spring training last year with added muscle, and the new strength was evident.
sports.espn.go.com /mlb/players/profile?statsId=5930   (192 words)

 Boston Red Sox Tickets, Red Sox Tickets, 2006 Red Sox Schedule
Boston Red Sox tickets are also available for games versus the Chicago Cubs, Cincinnati Reds, Philadelphia Phillies, Pittsburgh Pirates, and a World Series rematch with the St. Louis Cardinals in inter-league play this season.
Red Sox ownership has also committed to remain at Fenway Park for many years in hopes to celebrate the 100th anniversary of the ballpark.
Now A Red Sox ticket will allow you to enjoy some of the new amenities which include 51 new televisions installed within the stadium, seven new restroom facilities, and 130 picnic and stand-up tables, making Fenway more family-friendly than ever, and possibly the ‘newest’ oldest park in baseball.
www.gotickets.com /sports/mlb/al/boston_red_sox.php   (680 words)

 Billings Mustangs Baseball 2005
The Rookie Affiliate of the Cincinnati Reds unveiled new logos that will be featured on all of their on-field caps, uniforms and jackets.
The Billings Mustangs will open the 2006 Pioneer League season with a fresh new look.
All three Mustangs jerseys (home, road, alternate) will be decorated with the new logos and customized western font.
www.billingsmustangs.com   (528 words)

 Ben Maller : Archives - July 10, 2005
It's almost like someone at MSG - maybe even the Dolans - are saying that if this is to be Fran Healy's last season working Mets games (the Mets debut their own TV network in 2006), you are going to hear plenty of him.
Many observers believe that Reds left-hander Eric Milton will be dealt before the July 31 trade deadline to a National League team that plays in a less homer-happy ballpark than Cincinnati's.
During the July 4th weekend, the Roosevelt's Tropicana bar "was like 'Entourage' meets EconoLodge," quipped one jaded wag, referring to the "couch-surfing screenwriters and hooker-attired tan fanatics" filling the deck of the Olympic-sized pool.
www.benmaller.com /archives/2005/july/10.html   (9177 words)

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