Do You Know This Man?…Hal McCoy does, along with answers to the latest batch of questions from Press Pros readers. Check ‘em out in today’s Press Pros inside feature, and send us one of your own. The email information can be found at the bottom of the column.
If Johnny Cueto’s healthy and ready to pitch soon, someone, or something, has to give in the Reds’ rotation. The possibilities are found in the numbers…Cingrani, Leake, Arroyo, Bailey. Read more from Hal in his latest inside feature.
The mantra of the bench player: Be ready to play if you’re asked to play. Handle success, and don’t let failure get you down. Xavier Paul has it down to a science.
Hurray, hurray, the first of May, and you can dance deliriously around the May Pole, or for Earth Day, or May Day, or Mae West…because there’s new questions and answers from the “famer”: On Bronson Arroyo’s “on” and “off” switch. Does Jonathan Broxton put you to sleep? Who caught Tom Seaver’s no-hitter? And…Gomer Hodge? Enjoy!
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The latest questions (seven of them) from faithful Press Pros readers for Hal McCoy: On “Bark In The Park”, Bronson coming back next year, howling at the ballpark, and, can you name the manager immediately prior to Sparky Anderson? Hal can!
More Steak(s)?…It’s hard to find anyone who adapts to adversity better than the Reds’ Brandon Phillips. Why? Because he just plays and hits…regardless of where he plays! Read more in Hal McCoy’s latest player profile in today’s Press Pros inside feature.
The fan’s favorite, more questions for Hal McCoy and his hall-of-fame answers. Think we’re kidding? This week: Drew Stubbs remorse?…The “ball games” that Pete played?…Why is the season so long?…Why Dusty gets “dusted” so much?…And, Hal on body art. Today’s Press Pros inside feature. Enjoy!
The latest from those unfazed with the fabled words of Jack Nicholson, “You Can’t Handle The Truth”. Hal McCoy on a variety of topics, including the worst teams in baseball, baseball voodoo, why Marty has a case of the “goo” for Cubs fans, and advice on marketing classic souvenirs. While the era of good feeling with the Reds is hot, read more in today’s Press Pros inside feature.
The decision on Aroldis Chapman has been made, but why did it take so long? Has everyone forgotten? When somethin’ ain’t broke, why fix it?
This week’s questions for Hal McCoy come from a broad base of Reds and baseball fans…on recent and ancient trades, ballpark architecture, and lots of Reds lore and history. Can the “Famer” handle it? Try him!