So I'm checking on the Reds headlines in the non-Cincinnati media, and this article in the Newark Star-Ledger pops up. It takes a while to find the one bullet dedicated to the Reds on page 3, but I eventually get there:
Even with their outfield logjam apparently settled, the Reds are still shopping Austin Kearns to see if he can bring back a decent starting pitcher in a trade.
Is it just me, or is this a big duh? There shouldn't be a single person on the roster who's immune for the right price. Sure, the right price for Ryan Freel is a forfeit of every game with the Cardinals, but the price is still there.
Could be worse, of course. The Daily Herald felt the need to use this headline yesterday:
And if that weren't bad enough, the Chicago Sun-Times followed up with this gem:
What's the D-Lee-o with Cubs' delay?
Even if Chicago wins the upcoming series, we can at least take comfort in the knowledge that Cincinnati still tops the league in getting headline puns Dunn.