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It's hard to tell who's demantling their team faster in the National League, Pittsburgh or Cincinnati, but at least the Reds have the good sense to realize that they're putting an absolute rotter on the field.

Cincinnati is 16 games under .500, 22 1/2 games out of first in the NL Central (actually behind the Pirates) and have traded one the team's all-time heroes, Ken Griffey Jr., and Adam Dunn, whose 33 homers have him tied for the NL lead. As a result, the Reds have issued what amounts to a public apology to their fans saying: "We ask your continued trust and patience as we build the roster that will get us back on top."

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Here, singer-songweiter Ryan Parker laments the plight of the Reds comparing them to American Idol's William Hung, a real nice guy but with zero musical talent. To turn up the volume, slide the volume bar to the right. It's located next to the loudspeaker icon in the lower right of the video screen

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