Cincinnati Reds post lower attendance for 2014
Dayton Business Journal (blog)
It seems the on-field woes for the Cincinnati Reds translated into fewer fans in seats for the 2014 season. The Reds posted a 2014 attendance of 2,476,664, down 2.28 percent from the prior year, according to a report by the Milwaukee Business Journal.
Reports: Reds assistant GM leaving team, more changes coming
The Reds ended the season 76-86, finishing in fourth place in the National League Central and missing the playoffs for the first time since 2011. Cincinnati finished with its worst record since 2008. The team announced Saturday that it has given ...
I Tried It: Reds' new Messy Natti loaded hot dog
Cincinnati Business Courier (blog)
If you made it to Great American Ball Park to watch the Cincinnati Reds wrap up their season Sunday, you were lucky for two reasons: You got to see Johnny Cueto's 20th victory and you had the chance to eat the Messy Natti. In case you haven't heard of ...
Now, time to fix what ailed the Reds
That's something the Reds will look at. But general manager Walt Jocketty is not convinced the Reds need a total overhaul. "I expect to be busy and active in the offseason," he said. "I don't know how much we'll change this club. We'll talk in depth ...
R.I.P., 2014 Oakland Athletics season
The A's held 6.0-game lead on June 21 but were 11.0 games out by Sept. 12. Yes, despite the additions of those pitchers named above, Oakland went 29-38 in the second half and 22-33 since landing Lester at the non-waiver trade deadline. That's both, a ...
AL Wild Card Playoff Game Thread: Oakland Athletics at Kansas City Royals
I don't need to say a single word to hype up the first playoff game of 2014. I'm not looking for a "Win or Go Home" sign in the clubhouse; no one needs that reminder. Here, in the land of zero expectations, at the close of a season that has been dying ...
A's Adam Dunn on bench vs. Royals
KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- In a winner-take-all game where runs figure to be at a premium, the Oakland Athletics prioritized defense over the potential for more scoring chances with a surprise starting lineup. Manager Bob Melvin's lineup for Tuesday's ...
A's Vs. Royals Wild Card Game Preview
Kansas City Royals manager Ned Yost went with a nine-man pitching staff and Oakland Athletics counterpart Bob Melvin opted to keep eight pitchers for their AL wild-card game Tuesday night. The winner advances to face the Los Angeles Angels in the ...