David Jablonski, Dayton Daily News

David Jablonski

Dayton Daily News

Columbus, OH, United States

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  • WFTV Eyewitness News
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  • WPXI
  • The Atlanta Journal-Constitution
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  • KIRO 7

Recent articles by David:

Bengals will open season against AFC North rival

The Cincinnati Bengals will open a season against the Pittsburgh Steelers for the first time in 2022. → Read More

Bengals will open season against AFC North rival

The Cincinnati Bengals will open a season against the Pittsburgh Steelers for the first time in 2022. → Read More

Reds own worst record in baseball after six losses in a row

The question Cincinnati Reds President Phil Castellini posed to Reds fans last week was, “Where are you going to go?” → Read More

Former Flyer Toppin reaches new heights in second NBA season

Obi Toppin has a knack for finishing seasons strong. → Read More

Pitching in hometown will be ‘beautiful experience’ for Reds’ Greene

Hunter Greene remembers sitting in the stands down the third baseline at Dodger Stadium and watching Rafael Furcal play shortstop. Furcal played for the Los Angeles Dodgers from 2006 to 2011, so Green would have been between the ages of 7 and 12 — just a face in the crowd. → Read More

Chaminade Julienne hires Earl White as new football coach

Chaminade Julienne announced the hiring of Earl White as head football coach on Thursday. → Read More

Reds send reliever to Louisville to open spot for Lodolo

The Cincinnati Reds optioned rookie reliever Daniel Duarte to Triple-A Louisville on Wednesday, one day after he gave up a grand slam on Opening Day in Cincinnati. → Read More

Reds president apologizes after comments about unhappy fans

CINCINNATI — Cincinnati Reds President Phil Castellini apologized to fans Tuesday night after comments he made earlier in the day on 700 WLW radio. → Read More

5 takeaways from Reds’ loss to Guardians in home opener

CINCINNATI — The Cleveland Indians owned the Cincinnati Reds in recent seasons. The Cleveland Guardians took a first step toward similar dominance in the Ohio Cup on Tuesday, spoiling Opening Day in Cincinnati with a 10-5 victory at Great American Ball Park. → Read More

Guardians score six in ninth to hands Reds loss on Opening Day in Cincinnati

CINCINNATI — Opening Day was Opening Day again on the banks of the Ohio River after two straight seasons in which it was a shadow of its former self thanks to the COVID-19 pandemic. → Read More

Opening Day: Reds’ Bell meets Bengals head coach Taylor for first time

CINCINNATI — Cincinnati Bengals head coach Zac Taylor watched the Cincinnati Reds take infield and batting practice with his two sons in front of the dugout at Great American Ball Park on Tuesday. Like any other dad, he took photos of his kids with the field in the background. → Read More

Lodolo ready to fulfill lifelong dream by making Reds debut

CINCINNATI — The Cincinnati Reds clubhouse has the same feel these days as it did in 2019, the last time it was open to members of the media before the pandemic. For the most part, it’s the same place — the victory gong, now with Jonathan India’s pitcher in the middle, being a big exception — except for the names on the lockers. → Read More

Opening Day in Cincinnati: 10 things fans need to know about Tuesday’s home opener

Opening Day in Cincinnati will take place 13 days later than originally planned. With that delay comes a much better weather forecast, however. The forecast calls for the temperature to be 67 degrees at first pitch at 4:10 p.m. Tuesday with sunny skies shining over Great American Ball Park. → Read More

5 takeaways from Reds season-opening series vs. Braves

In 1990, the Cincinnati Reds started the season on the road for the first time since 1966 and swept three games in Houston and then three games in Atlanta. → Read More

Votto mic’d up, other takeaways from Reds’ season-opening win over Braves

On an Opening Night full of highlights for the Cincinnati Reds, Joey Votto provided some memorable moments without swinging his bat. Wearing a microphone under his jersey for the ESPN broadcast, Votto chatted up baserunner Ozzie Albies about getting a diamond tooth while playing first base in the fourth inning and then talked about the Masters and how golf relates to his game. → Read More

Cincinnati Reds: What to know about Opening Day roster

If the Cactus League results are any indication — and they rarely are — maybe hope isn’t lost for the 2022 Cincinnati Reds. They finished 10-7 in Arizona. The .588 winning percentage is their best in the 13 years they’ve spent in Goodyear, Ariz. → Read More

Reds release outfielder Akiyama

The Cincinnati Reds announced Tuesday they have released outfielder Shogo Akiyama. The news came two days after the Reds informed Akiyama he would not make the Opening Day roster. → Read More

Winning national championship a ‘surreal moment’ for Wayne grad Hall

Bree Hall took home a piece of the net. She will treasure the photos of her with the NCAA championship trophy. Most of all, she and her South Carolina teammates look forward to getting their rings, something they earned with a 64-49 victory Sunday against Connecticut in Minneapolis. → Read More

Tecumseh grad Brubaker will start Opening Day for Pirates

The Pittsburgh Pirates named JT Brubaker, a 2012 Tecumseh High School graduate entering his third season in the big leagues, their Opening Day starter on Sunday. → Read More

Cincinnati Reds: Five storylines to follow during 2022 season

Near the end of last season, Cincinnati Reds manager David Bell talked about the encouraging progress his team showed in 2021. A late-season fade stopped his team from reaching the postseason for the second straight year, but he said he loved the group of players. They inspired him. → Read More