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By Isaac Orr
New carbon-dioxide rules would put America in the dark
Topic - The Reds
The Reds can't even score a run off Adam Wainwright, a pitcher they pummeled last season. And two months of wasted chances overall are starting to get under their skin.
Adam Wainwright won 19 games last season and finished second in the NL Cy Young voting. So far, his encore is even better.
Todd Frazier needed one at-bat to get used to his new place in the order.
Milwaukee wasted a chance to leave Cincinnati with a four-game split.
The Brewers put right-handed reliever Jim Henderson on the 15-day disabled list with a sore shoulder on Friday, a day after he got hit hard during a loss to the Reds.
Maybe it's good this one got suspended. Gave everybody a chance to dry off a bit, catch their breath and let those unbelievable numbers start to sink in.
Johnny Cueto didn't feel ready to start the game. By the time he got into a rhythm, he was headed for another oh-so-close loss.
David Price wished he had one pitch back.
No waiting for one of the NL Central's longstanding rivalries to resume. The Cardinals and Reds can start playing their annual game of look-who's-in-first right from the first pitch.
Lyle Overbay got good news this morning and celebrated with his bat.
Johnny Cueto became the first Cincinnati pitcher to finish five innings this spring, limiting the Texas Rangers to five hits and one run in the Reds' 2-1 victory Friday night.
The move came after the Reds lost the wild-card playoff in Pittsburgh 6-2 on Tuesday night, ending the season with their sixth straight loss. He had a year left on his two-year deal.
The Reds fired Dusty Baker on Friday, ousting the manager who led them to their best stretch of success since the Big Red Machine but couldn't get them past the first round of the postseason.
One very bad week clinched Dusty Baker's fate. The Reds decided they weren't going to bring him back.
Zack Greinke and Hanley Ramirez have already changed teams, and general managers still have a few more hours to make additional big trades. Some of the deals from the 2012 season may quickly be forgotten, but there's always the possibility of a blockbuster that can change the fortunes of a team for years. In honor of baseball's Tuesday trade deadline, here are some of the most famous (and infamous) in-season deals in baseball history _ one for each of the 30 franchises.