Apr 12, 2014; Cincinnati, OH, USA; Cincinnati Reds second baseman Brandon Phillips (4) argues being called out stealing third base during the fourth inning against the Tampa Bay Rays at Great American Ball Park. Mandatory Credit: Frank Victores-USA TODAY Sports

The Morning Update (4/13) Cincinnati Red, The Masters


Ok before I get into this there is a Florida woman who says five bears pulled her out of her garage. Alright first thing, since when did Florida have bears?! Cougars and pythons the size of sewage pipes weren’t enough for you Florida? You added an adorable bear that can tear your face off, I’ve seen Grizzly Man they look cute then BAM! You’re inside a bear. I don’t think five bears grabbed this lady and let her go, one of those bears would have killed her. Obviously this happened in central Florida, the places you fly over on your way to the ocean.

Ok enough about bears, it was so nice out yesterday I completely forgot the Cincinnati Reds lost, or that they were even 3-8. After the long winter that we endured a 75 degree day feels like 100 and it could not have been any nicer. True a Reds win would have been nice.

Your weather update brought to you by RFB for Sunday, sunny and windy, because it has to be windy when the weather is nice out. Someone do a study on wind and nice days. Thanks.

Cincinnati Reds

You know what happened. Reds lost 1-0. Losing that way, by one run, is worse than losing 11-0. Alfredo Simon is a sign of hope for the Reds, his 1.20 ERA in 2 starts leads the team. Unfortunately for the Reds and Simon the offense can never produce enough run support to win. It is not just for Simon the offense is lost.

The Reds return to GABP this afternoon at 1:10 for the final game of the series, Tony Cingrani (0-1) will be on the mound for the Reds.

The Masters

Golf is back! There are only four golf tournaments you should watch every year, The Masters, The Open Championship, PGA Championship and the US Open. Good news for all of you fine people the last round of The Masters is today. When it comes to golf tournaments you only want to watch the final round, the other three, oh boy.

Bubba Watson (-5) is tied for first with 20-year old Jordan Spieth (-5). Watson has won The Masters before, he is a fan favorite, he has a hovercraft for a golf cart. Spieth is a rookie, looking to be the youngest player to with The Masters, Tiger Woods holds the record at 21 years old. These two are not the only two in the running, check out Pro Golf Now for all your Masters coverage.

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