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Tuesday, April 7, 2009
On the idea of the reds opening on the road

Yes, the weather was miserable yesterday, and yes, having the home opener a week later might lessen the chances of that kind of weather, but that totally misses the point of Opening Day.

Opening Day just wouldn't be the same after a week of games. What's great about Opening Day is the sense of newness and optimism. Every team is 0-0 and there's still that chance for the Reds to go 162-0. If they started on the road then all that is ruined. When the team comes back 4-3, 3-4, or 0-7 then why even bother? Then reality has set in. Opening Day isn't about reality. It's about hope and rebirth and the belief that this year anything is possible.

Posted by Rob Bernard on Tuesday, April 07, 2009 at 9:46 AM in Baseball , Cincinnati
 
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