You just never know when a Cubby pitcher is going to get injured. As we go into the opening series of the 2006 season, you'll want to be able to immediately identify anything that can go wrong. Thankfully, the crack technical staff at Red Hot Mama has been hard at work creating a convenient refresher to help you get up to speed on all your upcoming Cub injuries.
Today is Ryan Freel's 30th birthday. In his honor, Red Hot Mama is proud to present The Race for Second Base, a sophisticated computerized simulation of the heated competition to be the Reds' opening day second baseman. Give it a try now to find out how the keystone situation will shake out.
I think January is a tough time for the die-hard Reds fan. You miss the beer and nachos. You miss the summer sun glinting off the barges floating down the Ohio River. And, admit it, you miss the dulcet tones of George Grande doing the play-by-play.
Well, my friend, I'm pleased to present to you the Georginator 6000 XL to help get you through these wintry days. The Georginator 6000 XL provides sound clips of plays from Reds games that you can put together to feel like you're really at the ballpark.
You may need to upgrade Flash to play the Georginator 6000 XL. Get the latest version here. Countless thanks to my crack technical staff, who created the Georginator 6000 XL essentially all by himself.
Use the Georginator 6000 XL.
Are you new to Reds fandom and don't know which jersey to buy?
Are you one of those poor fellows who walks around in a nameless jersey, like some kind of anonymous loser?
Are you bored with the lack of Reds news and think that even stale, hackneyed jokes about your favorite players would be a worthwhile investment of 10 minutes?
If you answered yes to any of these questions, then you, my friend, are in luck. Today, thanks to the tireless effort of my crack technical staff, I am able to present to you the Reds Jersey Quiz.
This highly scientific quiz deeply analyzes your answers to ten questions about yourself and matches you up with your perfect jersey match. Before you invest $200 in a shirt with someone else's name on it, you owe it to yourself to make sure it's the right one. Take your quiz today.
You awake from a deep sleep, sit up in bed, and try to figure out what is wrong. You look around: the bedroom is unfamiliar and a woman who looks vaguely familiar is lying next to you, still sleeping. Concerned, you swing your legs out from under the covers to the floor, and realize that you don't recognize your legs. What is going on?
You make your way through the bathroom door and turn on the light. You squint in the sudden brightness, but your eyes pop wide as you catch a glimpse of yourself in the mirror. You stare agape at your reflection.
The man staring back at you is Reds' General Manager Dan O'Brien.
You are stunned, speechless. You don't know how this happened or what it means. But slowly it dawns on you that you have been presented with an opportunity; finally you can do all the things that you've known all along that the Reds have needed to do. The question is whether you can keep yourself employed long enough to make any real changes.
Click here to begin your adventure.