CINCINNATI — Todd Mattingly and his team the Blackbottom 9 play in a vintage base ball league at Joyce Park in Fairfield. “It's a gentleman's game, originally for sport and exercise is what they said," Mattingly said. "We've been playing ball with these guys for 12 years now.”
Cincinnati Reds vs Milwaukee Brewers 6/16/2021 Picks Predictions Previews The Cincinnati Reds will play the last game of their three-game series against the Milwaukee Brewers in American Family Field, WI, on Wednesday, June 16, 2021, at 2:10 PM (EDT). Cincinnati (33-31, 3rd in the NL Central) is quite good on the offensive this season.
Share this article One of the biggest priorities for the Cincinnati Bengals this summer would likely be an extension for star safety Jessie Bates. Ask Bates, though, he’s just focused on the on-field aspect while letting his new agent handle the money talks. Here’s what he told the media after Tuesday’s OTAs, per Geoff Hobson of Bengals.com:
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Notice that I didn’t title this “great view of the game.” I mean the ballpark. Great American hasn’t been around quite long enough to operate as a postcard-ready icon– it needs to be far more Hall of Justice-y than that– but, in Cincinnati terms, it’s still the new place.
Bengals Notebook: Minicamp ends early for Cincinnati, looking ahead to training camp While some teams balked at participating in the voluntary workouts for a variety of reasons as the country began to bounce back from the pandemic, Bates coordinated the players' feedback with Taylor and they came up with a plan that yielded a month of basically perfect attendance.
Jessie Bates III has emerged as one of the best safeties in the National Football League. The fourth-year player has developed into one of the NFL’s best safeties. He had 109 tackles, three interceptions, one forced fumble, and 15 passes defensed last season.
One of the teams chasing the Cleveland Browns is the in-state and AFC North rival Cincinnati Bengals. The division’s last-place team is hoping to make up some serious ground with a healthy Joe Burrow at quarterback. Things are certainly interesting in Cincinnati. The Bengals pulled the plug on this week’s minicamp after just one practice session.
NAME: Julie Coppens AGE: 48 WHO IS SHE: Serial boomeranger, most recently living in Alaska; currently works as Educational Outreach Coordinator for Cincinnati Public Radio (she runs WVXU’s Democracy & Me project). At what age did you leave Cincinnati, and when did you return?
The Queen City lends itself well to thoughts of time travel. It’s easy to imagine another era, back when Central Parkway was the Miami and Erie Canal and Music Hall was a potter’s field. Shaped by some of the greatest artistic movements of previous centuries and polished by floods, Cincinnati has, in turn, shaped many young artists.
The Bengals gave quarterback Joe Burrow one of the top weapons available in the draft when they selected receiver Ja'Marr Chase at No. 5 overall in April. It didn’t hurt that the duo had built-in chemistry from winning a national championship together at LSU. While Burrow hasn’t fully participated in Cincinnati’s offseason program, he said on Tuesday that the chemistry between he and Chase is “right back to where it was.”
CINCINNATI — Ted Richardson Sr. loved it last year when Kroger customers thanked him for coming to work during the COVID-19 pandemic. “Made me feel like I was making a difference in a lot of people’s lives,” said Richardson, 51, of Evanston.
Cincinnati Business Courier Good morning, Cincinnati. How's the cicada meter look in your neck of the woods today? Here in Hyde Park, I believe the little buggers are on the wane, which makes me a tad wistful. At least until I find another one in my hair.
Bengals’ new cornerback Chidobe Awuzie talks about how the team convinced him to come to Cincinnati. Share this story The Cincinnati Bengals needed to address the secondary this offseason, so they brought in Chidobe Awuzie. In 2021, the Bengals will have Trae Waynes, Mike Hilton, and Awuzie starting at corner.
CINCINNATI — Pre-order sales for the Heartless Bastards' sixth studio album are currently on sale online. "A Beautiful Life" is the first new release for the Queen City-born band in more than five years. The new album will be released on Sept. 10. To herald the upcoming album, the band released its first single from "A Beautiful Life" on YouTube.
WORCESTER — The folks here in Central Mass. certainly know how to create a welcome mat for out-of-towners. Take Kyle Hart, for instance. The WooSox southpaw hails from Cincinnati. He is actually one in a long line of Red Sox major leaguers and minor leaguers from there.
The BIG Recruitment: a live virtual recruitment event to bring in more volunteers The BIG Recruitment: a live virtual recruitment event to bring in more volunteers CINCINNATI — On Wednesday June 16, Big Brothers Big Sisters of Greater Cincinnati (BBBSGC) will host The BIG Recruitment: a live virtual recruitment event to bring in more volunteers (Big Brothers/Big Sisters) to match with children on the agency’s waiting list.
While many communities, organizations, politicians and the corporate world are beginning to embrace the Juneteenth holiday, Cincinnati's Juneteenth festival has been going strong since 1988. "One of our big things has always been that Juneteenth is an American holiday. It's a part of America's history," says Lydia Morgan, chairperson of Juneteenth Cincinnati, Inc. "It's not just an African American holiday, It's an American holiday.
CINCINNATI (WKRC) - Cincinnati Children's Hospital is once again among the top children's hospitals in the country, according to U.S. News & World Report. Cincinnati Children's Hospital is number one in Ohio and number four in the country. U.S. News also added regional rankings this year.
NATIONAL LEAGUE BATTING—N.Castellanos, Cincinnati, .351; Winker, Cincinnati, .344; Segura, Philadelphia, .332; A.Frazier, Pittsburgh, .331; T.Turner, Washington, .308; Riley, Atlanta, .296; Tapia, Colorado, .293; Bryant, Chicago, .292; Reynolds, Pittsburgh, .289; Acuña Jr., Atlanta, .285.