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Reds roster and staff


Here is the 40-Man Roster for the Cincinnati Reds as of today. This of course is not counting Ryan Ludwick who is still not official yet.

        Cincinnati Reds 40-Man Roster
 
 #     Pitchers         B/T  Ht    Wt     DOB 
33 Jose Arredondo       R-R 6'0"  175  Mar 12, 1984 
61 Bronson Arroyo       R-R 6'4"  195  Feb 24, 1977 
34 Homer Bailey         R-R 6'3"  200  May 3, 1986 
   Andrew Brackman      R-R 6'10" 230  Dec 4, 1985 
45 Bill Bray            L-L 6'3"  225  Jun 5, 1983 
54 Aroldis Chapman      L-L 6'4"  195  Feb 28, 1988 
47 Johnny Cueto         R-R 5'10" 220  Feb 15, 1986 
46 Carlos Fisher        R-R 6'4"  225  Feb 22, 1983 
   Josh Judy            R-R 6'4"  200  Feb 9, 1986 
   Mat Latos            R-R 6'6"  225  Dec 9, 1987 
44 Mike Leake           R-R 6'1"  185  Nov 12, 1987 
63 Sam LeCure           R-R 6'1"  205  May 4, 1984 
   Kyle Lotzkar         L-R 6'4"  200  Oct 24, 1989 
   Ryan Madson          L-R 6'6"  200  Aug 28, 1980 
   Sean Marshall        L-L 6'7"  220  Aug 30, 1982 
40 Nick Masset          R-R 6'4"  240  May 17, 1982 
66 Logan Ondrusek       R-R 6'8"  230  Feb 13, 1985 
62 Jordan Smith         R-R 6'4"  220  Feb 4, 1986 
   Pedro Villarreal     R-R 6'1"  215  Dec 9, 1987 

 #     Catchers         B/T Ht     Wt     DOB 
29 Ryan Hanigan         R-R 6'0"  200  Aug 16, 1980 
39 Devin Mesoraco       R-R 6'1"  220  Jun 19, 1988 

 #   Infielders         B/T Ht     Wt     DOB 
43 Miguel Cairo         R-R 6'1"  220  May 4, 1974 
2  Zack Cozart          R-R 6'0"  195  Aug 12, 1985 
25 Juan Francisco       L-R 6'2"  240  Jun 24, 1987 
21 Todd Frazier         R-R 6'3"  220  Feb 12, 1986 
   Didi Gregorius       L-R 6'1"  175  Feb 18, 1990 
7  Paul Janish          R-R 6'2"  200  Oct 12, 1982 
   Donald Lutz          L-R 6'3"  235  Feb 6, 1989 
71 Kristopher Negron    R-R 6'0"  180  Feb 1, 1986 
4  Brandon Phillips     R-R 6'0"  205  Jun 28, 1981 
   Henry Rodriguez      S-R 5'10" 150  Feb 9, 1990 
27 Scott Rolen          R-R 6'4"  245  Apr 4, 1975 
   Neftali Soto         R-R 6'2"  180  Feb 28, 1989 
3  Chris Valaika        R-R 6'0"  210  Aug 14, 1985 
19 Joey Votto           L-R 6'3"  220  Sep 10, 1983 

 #   Outfielders        B/T Ht     Wt      DOB 
32 Jay Bruce            L-L 6'3"  225  Apr 3, 1987 
28 Chris Heisey         R-R 6'0"  225  Dec 14, 1984 
   Denis Phipps         R-R 6'3"  210  Jul 22, 1985 
6  Drew Stubbs          R-R 6'4"  200  Oct 4, 1984 

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        Cincinnati Reds Coaching Staff 
Manager & Coaches 
 #     Name            Position 
12 Dusty Baker         Manager 
49 Brook Jacoby        Batting Coach 
38 Bryan Price         Pitching Coach 
   Mack Jenkins        Assistant Pitching Coach 
22 Billy Hatcher       First Base Coach 
41 Mark Berry          Third Base Coach 
35 Chris Speier        Bench Coach 
59 Juan Lopez          Bullpen Coach 
72 Mike Stefanski      Bullpen Catcher 

Staff 
      Name             Position 
 Terry Reynolds        Director of Pro Scouting 
 J Harrison            Scout 
 Marty Maier           Scout 
 Jeff Morris           Scout 
 John Morris           Scout 
 Shawn Pender          Scout 
 Steve Roadcap         Scout 
 Mike Squires          Scout 
 Jeff Taylor           Scout 
 Dominic Viola         Scout 
 Jerry Walker          Scout 
 Joe Morgan            Baseball Operations Assistant 
 Paul Lessard          Athletic Trainer 
 Mark Riggins          Minor League Pitching Coordinator 
 Rick Sweet            Coordinator, Catching 

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     Cincinnati Reds Broadcasters 

     Name 
Marty Brennaman
Thom Brennaman
Chris Welsh 
Jeff Brantley
Jim Kelch
George Grande
Sean Casey
Kent Mercker

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Cincinnati Reds fan


I found myself amazed when the Hall Of Fame announcement came in today that Barry Larkin got voted in. I knew he would but still found myself fist pumping and screaming in joy when the announcement came out. I remember watching Barry Larkin playing and how amazing of a player he was on and off the field. A lot of childhood memories came back today and it was a lot of fun.

Now that all is said and done I find myself a bigger fan of baseball then I was earlier today. A player like Barry Larkin got more votes over some players that in my time were “Gods” in the eyes of some of my fellow fans. I might have to explain a bit before I go on, I grew up mostly in the steroid era of baseball when many players used or were “accused” of using PEDs. I remember most of these players before they used and saw what happened after, so to see Barry Larkin get voted in today brought on a great enjoyment for the sport all over again. A pure player like Barry Larkin beat out these players that had an “edge” over the rest. A great day for baseball!

Larkin was a great player to watch play the game and I wish there were more players like him today. Cincinnati Reds now have something to build on before they even start the 2012 season and I really hope this gives them the boost they need to win over 100 games.

Watching Eric Davis talk about his fellow team-mate get into the Hall of Fame was amazing. The thing that really got me happy to be a Reds fan though was when Sean Casey came on to talk about it. In that short period of time that he talked He was not a former baseball player who played with Larkin, he was a fan just like you and I and it was “awesome!”

The Reds are far from over with getting players into the Hall Of Fame. There are many on the team right now that will one day share the same honor Barry Larkin did today and I can’t wait to see what is said by their peers and fans.

So once again, congratulations to Barry Larkin. I have always been a huge fan and what you did on the field in a “tainted” time is a big reason I became a Cincinnati Reds fan in the first place. You, truly deserve to be there.

Barry Larkin 5 for 5


Barry Larkin went 5 for 5 on Saturday, June 24, 2000, at Cinergy Field against San Diego Padres. Matt Clement started that day for the Padres. Brandon Kolb and Carlos Almanzar also pitched for San Diego that day. The Reds went on to win that game 11 to 5. Ron Villone got the win and Elmer Dessens got the save.

Batting 2nd that day in the batting order, Larkin went on to hit 5 times with 2 home runs, 4 RBIs and 4 runs. Pokey Reese, Ken Griffey, Dante Bichette, Dmitri Young, Sean Casey, Aaron Boone and Ed Taubensee were in the starting lineup that day with Larkin.

Of course we all know that Barry Larkin is a very hot topic right now and many Reds fans want to know if he will be voted into the Hall of Fame. I would love to see Larkin in the Hall of Fame this year because I remember seeing him play when I first started off as a Reds fan. He is one of the reasons I am a Reds fan. He is up against some top players all deserving to be in the Hall of Fame but as a Reds fan I really hope Barry Larkin gets in this year, it will give Reds fans even more to cheer for in 2012. For more information about the 2012 Hall of Fame results check out Better Off Red.


Barry Larkin going 5 for 5 on the Cincinnati Reds.

                                         
Date          Tm Opp   Rslt AB R H HR RBI
                                         
2000-06-24   CIN SDP W 11-5  5 4 5  2   4

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