Apr 18, 2014; Chicago, IL, USA; Cincinnati Reds catcher Devin Mesoraco (right) is greeted by first base coach Billy Hatcher (22) after breaking up a double play against the Chicago Cubs during the sixth inningat Wrigley Field. Mandatory Credit: David Banks-USA TODAY Sports

The Morning Update (4/20): Cincinnati Reds, Easter

Happy Easter to start. Shut up pot heads no one cares about your stupid 4/20 holiday.

4/20 is such a dumb holiday, it’s a perfect holiday for 13 year olds who think its cool to sit around and smoke all day. Sorry I’m an adult I have things to do today. At least is incredibly nice out, to hunt easter eggs, another concept I will never understand. “Wait so you’re telling me Jesus came back to lift, moved a boulder and left and no one has seen him since?”

“Yes that’s exactly it!”

“Perfect so lets celebrate that day by hunting chicken eggs that are hidden. Perfect since, Jesus is hidden, eggs are hidden its a win win.”

Ok so I don’t understand it at all. You got it, good news is the Cincinnati Reds play today.

Cincinnati Reds

Well yesterday wasn’t the day the Reds wanted. The trend of great starting pitching fell flat after Tony Cingrani was pulled after 5 innings. A struggling Logan Ondrusek doomed the Reds from there and Nick Christiani, well he didn’t help. Funny to think JJ Hoover was the decent one yesterday, go figure.

Good news is the Reds face the Cubs again today for the rubber match of the series, the Reds could win back to back series for the first time this season. That would be a huge step up considering how awful they played in the first 9 games. The next goal for the Reds is breaking .500.

Homer Bailey (0-1) is on the mound of the Reds (7-10) Sunday afternoon against the Cubs (5-11) who march Carlos Villanueva (1-3) out on the mound.

Cincinnati Cyclones

The Cyclones play Game 2 of their first round series tonight against the Orlando Solar Bears. Cincinnati won Game 1 of the series 4-2, look for the Cyclones to continue the same type of attack tonight at 7pm.

Video of the Day

Rednecks will tell you there is no such thing as too much horsepower. Intelligent people will tell you there definitely is. This guy found the line between enough and too much. Poor Lamborghini.

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