John Fay, Enquirer

John Fay


Cincinnati, OH, United States

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Past articles by John:

John Fay: Many Cincinnati Reds moments to remember, but a personal one tops my list

My favorite on-the-field moment from my time covering the Cincinnati Reds was something no one else in the stadium likely noticed. → Read More

John Fay: My retirement will be filled with memories of friends I worked with

Relationships were every bit as important as the sports I've covered after all these many years, John Fay writes → Read More

Taylor, Bernard deny there are problems in the Cincinnati Bengals locker room

Bengals coach Zac Taylor says his team is moving in the right direction, denies report of the problems in the locker room → Read More

Cincinnati Bengals have to hope that Joe Burrow recovers like Carson Palmer, not Ki-Jana Carter

Joe Burrow is the third No. 1 overall pick by the Bengals to suffer a major knee injury. → Read More

Bauer and Garrett win Cincinnati Reds team awards

Trevor Bauer named MVP and outstanding pitcher, Amir Garrett wins Good Guys Award. → Read More

Cincinnati Bengals suddenly have plenty of offensive linemen to choose from

Bengals coach Zac Taylor says play by the backup lineman make choices for Sunday thought. "Good problem to to have." → Read More

Reds GM Krall talks DH, budget, shortstop plan

Reds GM Nick Krall lists shortstop and bullpen as offseason priories -- and he's had preliminary talks with Bauer's agent. → Read More

Cincinnati Bengals at Pittsburgh Steelers is shaping up to be an NFL COVID-19 bowl

The Cincinnati Bengals and Pittsburgh Steelers both have four players on the COVID-19/reserve list as they prepare for Sunday's game. → Read More

Why no Cy Young Award for the Cincinnati Reds? Let us explain.

Trevor Bauer is likely to become the first Cincinnati Reds pitcher to win the Cy Young Award. Since Cy's inception, three Reds have finished second. → Read More

Backup offensive linemen come up big for Cincinnati Bengals

Billy Price and company fill in well for the Bengals. → Read More

Joe Burrow: The bright spot in an increasingly dim Cincinnati Bengals season

Burrow was 35 for 47 for a career-high 406 yards and three touchdowns and one interception, despite being sacked four times and hurried plenty more. → Read More

Cincinnati Bengals notes: For Joe Burrow, facing Cleveland Browns again is a first-time experience

First-year players Joe Burrow, Jonah Williams and Tee Higgins will face a team for the second time Sunday for the first time in their career. → Read More

Joe Morgan: The little guy who was a big part of the Big Red Machine

The seven-player trade that involved Houston Astros second baseman Joe Morgan in 1971 helped solidify the Big Red Machine. → Read More

RedsXtra: Social media had a lot to do with Dick Williams' leaving

Reds president of baseball operations Dick Williams felt the effect of social media. → Read More

Cincinnati RedsXtra: Road to offensive futility began in 2018

The Reds adopted the all-or-nothing offensive philosophy in the offseason of 2018. Those effects of that decision lingered this postseason. → Read More

The question for the Cincinnati Reds this offseason: How do you fix the offense?

The Reds were shut out over 22 innings in the series with the Atlanta Braves, an MLB record for postseason futility. → Read More

'You can't fault the pitching': Reds' offense wastes Trevor Bauer's game for the ages

Trevor Bauer pitched a game for the ages Wednesday. Unfortunately for the Reds and Bauer, even a starting pitcher as durable and effective as him doesn’t go 13 innings in modern baseball. → Read More

Cincinnati Reds' Castillo says he's ready for the challenge of Game 2 against the Braves

Right-hander Luis Castillo struggled in his last start, but he was 4-0 with a 1.26 ERA in the four starts previous to it. → Read More

Joey Votto: 'I don’t even feel like we’ve played our best ball yet'

Reds veteran Joey Votto still thinks the offense could break out. "We're confident." → Read More

Cincinnati Reds center fielder Nick Senzel has struggled since coming off the IL

Reds center fielder Nick Senzel finished the season with two hits in his last 25 at-bats. → Read More