Not a good day in Redsland
Watched most of the game on the tube today (Godfather was on Spike at same time). Not a good homestand for the Redlegs at all.
I'm sure fans would like to see something done. I don't see any solutions in the minors. The prospects closest to majors are starting pitchers. And, other than today, the starting pitching's been good. I'd expect some sort of move Monday, although I have no clue what it'll be.
This club can be competitive in the NL Central, but I don't think it's good to overcome a horrible April. And given the crowds this weekend, I don't think Bob Castellini will sit idly by and watch the club fade.
Went to the game Saturday. Paid $10 to a scalper for a bad seat to avoid the lines. Ended up sitting the right field seats with some friends. I love that view of the game.
Happened to bump into Steve Stewart as he was leaving the Cincinnati Bell Steamboat Deck (or whatever it's called). Got the Bad Boy tour. It's outstanding. View of the game reminded me of Wrigley roof top. Great view of the river and Northern Kentucky.