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John Fay has been the Reds beat writer for the Enquirer since 2001. Prior to that, he served in a variety of roles for the Enquirer: backup Reds writer, UC beat writer, backup Bengals writer and as a general assignment reporter. He is a Cincinnati native and a graduate of Elder High School and the University of Dayton.

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Thursday, January 10, 2008

Set the DVR

From Fox Sports Ohio:

Re-live the Cincinnati Reds greatest memories, as FSN Ohio brings back the classic games of the 70’s, 80’s and 90’s. FSN Ohio will air nine games, going back to the Big Red Machine of the 1970’s. Other classic games will include Pete Rose, breaking the all time hits record, Playoff and World Series games of the 1990’s, Tom Seaver’s no hitter, Tom Browning’s perfect game and more.

Hosted by Thom Brennaman and Jeff Brantley, Reds Classic Rewind airs on the following dates and times on FSN Ohio:


Air Date Air Time Event Date Event
1/14/08 8:00pm 9/11/1985 Pete Rose 4192 Game vs. San Diego
1/21/08 8:00pm 10/12/1990 NLCS Game 6 vs. Pittsburgh
1/28/08 8:00pm 10/20/1990 World Series Game 4 vs. Oakland
2/4/08 8:00pm 6/16/1978 Tom Seaver’s no hitter vs. St. Louis
2/11/08 9:00pm 6/30/06 Reds comeback vs. Cleveland
2/18/08 8:00pm 9/16/1988 Tom Browning’s perfect game vs. Dodgers
2/25/08 8:00pm 10/14/1975 World Series game 3 vs. Boston
3/3/08 8:00pm 10/21/1975 World Series game 6 vs. Boston
3/10/08 8:00pm 10/22/1975 World Series game 7 vs. Boston


11 Comments:

at 3:33 PM Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hey John-

It is reported on foxsports.com that the M's and O's are very close to getting and Eric Bedard deal done. I have to say I have mixed emotions. I was really hoping Reds management was going to be effective this offseason. Beard really would've helped this team, but not for 3 top prospects and a pitcher with only 2 years left on his contract. I am very happy to see Joey Votto, Homer Bailey, Johnny Cueto and Jay Bruce are still Cincinnati Reds. Sometimes the trade not made ends up being the best one.

 
at 4:16 PM Blogger reaganspad said...

Good Point Anon:

Let's go the other way around: What would it cost us in terms of players to get Joey Votto, Homer Bailey, Johnny Cueto and Jay Bruce?

For the A's to get that kind of talent, it cost them their 2 top players...

 
at 8:28 PM Anonymous Mike in Cleveland said...

John,
For those of us not in the Reds' FSN Ohio area of the state, do you know if these broadcasts will be made available on dvd/video anytime down the road? Thanks and go Redlegs.

 
at 8:38 PM Blogger John Fay said...

I have not heard.

 
at 10:18 PM Anonymous redsfanwoody said...

John,
Have you heard anything on MLB getting their own tv network going? NFl & NHL are okay but I need the baseball fix!
Woody

 
at 10:39 PM Anonymous Anonymous said...

OK, who is willing to tape and trade the Seaver, Browning and the Indians game. I live a few states over and don't have access, but would love to have these three games to watch. You guys in Cincy area are so lucky to be able to watch these, I'm so jealous.
Randy Bounds, Chatham, Illinois

 
at 10:42 PM Anonymous Anonymous said...

10:18, I'm pretty sure that the MLB is launching a station in 2009

 
at 10:43 PM Blogger John Fay said...

I believe I heard MLB.tv is in the works. Brace for the fight with cable providers.

 
at 10:59 PM Anonymous Anonymous said...

Why are the TV ads saying the game being shown on 1/14 is the 1972 NLCS Game 5, while the listings here say otherwise? We WANT the 1972 game!

 
at 2:24 AM Anonymous Anonymous said...

I hope FSN Ohio will be showing the 1972 game & more older games in the future. The older the game, the better!

 
at 8:15 PM Anonymous Anonymous said...

Sadly they did not show one of the "Holy Grails", the 1972 NLCS game 5 as they advertised. very disappointed already :(

 
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