July 17, 2009 |
Milwaukee 9, at Cincinnati 6: Home Run Derby winner Prince Fielder hit a three-run shot that got Milwaukee's offense going. Braden Looper (8-4) went 5 1/3 innings and had three hits of his own, including an RBI single that extended Milwaukee's five-run rally in the sixth inning. at Atlanta 5, New York 3: Chipper Jones, a career .330 hitter against the Mets, drove in the go-ahead run in the seventh inning with a single.
November 4, 2012 |
CINCINNATI - It would be unfair to suggest that the fates of President Obama and Mitt Romney rest on the shoulders of two devoted partisans from opposite sides of Cincinnati. But Tim Burke and Alex Triantafilou know that after polls close Tuesday, one of them may be called a hero and the other, well, the opposite of that. "There will be people in the party who will seek to blame," Triantafilou said. "Absolutely. " He would know. Triantafilou, 42, is chairman of the Hamilton County Republican Party.
November 2, 2012 |
CINCINNATI - Johanson Perez, a 29-year-old night baker at Panera Bread who is not a fan of President Obama, had a "70-comment fight" on Facebook with a friend over Donald Trump's $5-million offer for the president's school and passport records. "I'm sure we won't be as close after the election as we were before," said Perez, who'd stopped for lunch at Price Hill Chili, a neighborhood institution on the city's west side. "It's almost like he's in a cult. " At a nearby table, political independent Greg Littel, 20, a University of Cincinnati student who favors Obama, said he was dismayed by vandalism in his liberal neighborhood.
September 12, 1985
NOTE: The statistics on this page are those of Pete Rose, with the exception of Ty Cobb's career statistics, Cobb's managerial statistics and Cobb's career comparisons to Rose. The statistics were compiled by the Associated Press. BALLPARK AVERAGES Park AB Hits Avg. Atlanta Stadium 652 220 .337 Jarry Park 196 65 .332 Riverfront 3,109 983 .316 Crosley Field 2,254 715 .317 Connie Mack 284 90 .317 Busch (Old) 116 36 .310 Polo Grounds 39 12 .308 Astrodome 666 204 .306 Veteran's Stadium 1,605 483 .
June 16, 1986 |
The Cincinnati Reds have hired a Cincinnati soft-drink bottling executive as the ballclub's vice president of business and marketing. Don Breen, 34, the former chief operations officer for the Coca-Cola bottling plant in Cincinnati, has been placed in charge of the Reds' business operations and will report directly to Marge Schott, the Reds' majority owner and president, the team said in a weekend announcement.
October 4, 1995 |
Cincinnati brought the National League's best defense into the playoff series and the Dodgers had the worst. The Reds had a .986 fielding percentage while the Dodgers were at .976. Neither team made an error Tuesday night.
October 11, 1986
About 21.1% of Cincinnati-based Taft Broadcasting is now controlled by a group of investors led by Robert M. Bass, a member of the wealthy Fort Worth family, according to filings at the SEC. One investment banking source said that another investor--American Financial, headed by Cincinnati financier Carl H. Lindner--is believed to have increased its Taft holdings as well, to about 11%. The price of Taft shares closed at $118.25, up $4.25 on the New York Stock Exchange.
January 7, 1987 |
An auto transmission plant in Fairfax, Ohio, that was closed in 1979 has been sold by Ford Motor Co. to a privately held company, the auto maker said. Red Bank Distribution of Cincinnati will remodel the plant's main 580,000-square-foot building to prepare for warehousing, distribution and light manufacturing operations, Ford Motor Land Development Corp. said in a statement Tuesday. No price was disclosed. Ford Motor Land is the auto maker's real estate arm.