Keep checking today’s Baseline Items, as this post may be updated with information/news as the day progresses.




Thirty years ago today, while I sat on the living room couch in my Underoos and my mom ironing clothes nearby, I watched Pete Rose collect his 4,192nd Major League hit…

It was 8:01 pm when Pete singled off the Padres’ Eric Show.  Not soon after, Ramsey Family rules dictated that I had to go to bed.  I was upset when I found out the next morning that I missed Pete’s seventh inning triple and his head-first slide into third.


It was a big night for the Redlegs last night as they defeated the Cardinals, 11-0.  John Lamb earned his first Major League victory and Todd Frazier (3-for-5, 3r) collected his 32nd home run and 40th double.

From our friends at Elias Sports Bureau...


Regarding Frazier, he’s now in some pretty elite company.  He’s the fourth player in modern Reds history (since 1900) with 40 doubles and 30 home runs in a season.  The others are Jay Bruce (2013), Dave Parker (1985) and Frank Robinson (1962).


The Reds held another fabulous Season Ticket Holder Luncheon this afternoon at Great American Ball Park. Today’s luncheon gave Reds season ticket holders an opportunity to get photos with Reds players and participate in a Q&A session with players and staff.  The Reds also treated STH to a delicious lunch and prize raffle.

It’s always nice to see the fans who do so much in supporting the team get treated by the Reds with such perks as the Season Ticket Holder Luncheon.  If you’d be interested in reaping the benefits of a season ticket holder, CLICK HERE for more details.

Here are some photos from today’s luncheon…

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That’s all for now. More in a bit!

Expect good news,


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