RedsBuckeyeBoy's picture


from Rayland, OH

Member since 13 September 2012 | Blog


  • SPORTS MOMENT: 09/28/2012 PNC Park in Pittsburgh, PA: I personally witnessed Homer Bailey toss the 15th no hitter in Cincinnati reds history. I hadn't even planned to go to the game, but a friend gave me tickets since he couldn't attend. Never thought I'd get to see a no-no in person!
  • NFL TEAM: Pittsburgh Steelers
  • NHL TEAM: Favorite hockey team:Emilio Estevez's Mighty Ducks
  • NBA TEAM: None. College ball for me, please!
  • MLB TEAM: Cincinnati Reds
  • SOCCER TEAM: Real football is primarily played using hands

Recent Activity

Comment 13 Jun 2017

My goodness...why do you stinking, stupid Fort Seneca Steves waste my time!! Like I really care what you think about the Cincinnati Reds! Give it up you loser! 

Comment 09 Jun 2017

It's Fred Hoiberg....or, um maybe....Mike Brown? 

(Unless Brad Stevens or Shaka Smart are available.)

Comment 08 Jun 2017

If all of those candidates turn down the job, call another presser to announce that it was all an April Fool's joke and that Thad is still the coach. If any wise-ass reporter glances at a calendar and notices it's June, simply tell him that April Fool's jokes work better when no one is expecting them.

(This may be obvious, but I'd make one hell of an AD.)

Comment 03 Jun 2017

Ha! I remember that.

The world should be glad I don't have $580 million. I feel like with that kind of bankroll, I could take savageness to new levels. 

Comment 19 May 2017

I'm an old-timer that still thinks penn state shouldn't be in the big ten. grumble, grumble...get off my lawn!

Comment 16 May 2017

Meanwhile the Cincinnati Reds are still paying Ken Griffey Jr. $3.5 million until 2025. He'll be 54 when he stops receiving paychecks from the Reds. Thanks, Jim Bowden!

The Griffey deal actually seems like a bargain compared to what the Mets are paying Bobby Bonilla. He hasn't played for them since 1999, but he will make $1.1 million/yr until 2035 when he'll be 73 years old! All because the Mets didn't want to pay $5.9 million to buy out the final year of his contract so they deferred the payment for 11 years so they could pay him over a 25 year period. They will pay him $29.8 million (interest included) to avoid paying him $5.9 million.