John Fay, Enquirer

John Fay

Enquirer

Cincinnati, OH, United States

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Recent:
  • Enquirer
Past:
  • The Courier-Journal
  • USA TODAY
  • Detroit Free Press
  • North Jersey News
  • Tallahassee Democrat

Recent articles by John:

Belterra will open for horse racing June 4 without spectators

Belterra Park Racetrack will reopen for horse racing, albeit without fans, on June 4. The track will run Tuesday through Friday. → Read More

News on MLB returning is grim, so what do you think: Will we see baseball this summer?

Economic issues do not look easily solvable for MLB owners, Players Association. → Read More

For the Cincinnati Reds, 1981 was a hallmark – in two ways

Reds went from best to worst from 1981 to 1982. → Read More

Cincinnati Reds announce furloughs and pay cuts for employees

Fewer than 25 percent of employees will be on furlough. → Read More

Fay: MLB can't let money delay the return to play, safety should be the only factor

A money fight over baseball's return would have an effect similar to the 1994 strike → Read More

DH will likely be universal when baseball returns, and that's a good thing for the 2020 Cincinnati Reds

The Reds' offseason free-agent spending spree added offense without a lot of regard for position. → Read More

Cincinnati Bengals used the NFL draft to make an attitude adjustment

Six of the seven players the Cincinnati Bengals drafted were college team captains, speaking to the team's desire to bring in high-quality guys. → Read More

Bengals look past injury history to take Purdue linebacker Bailey

Markus Bailey, 6-foot, 235-pounder from Columbus, Ohio, was the third linebacker the Bengals took. → Read More

Bengals take Notre Dame defensive end Khalid Kareem with fifth pick, citing his potential

Bengals defensive coordinator Lou Anarumo likes fifth-round pick Khalid Kareem's length and speed. → Read More

Cincinnati Reds remain in wait-and-see mode while MLB considers plans for returning to play

The Reds and the other teams really can’t make their own plans until Major League Baseball finalizes the plan to return from COVID 19 interruption. The first priority is to be able to return safely. → Read More

Fay: Fans got it right

The All-Time Reds Team that fans picked matches up well with any franchise as far as position players. → Read More

Cincinnati Reds All-Time Team: Pete Rose wins the vote at third base

Pete Rose's move to third base in 1975 was the final tweak that got the Big Red Machine over the top. → Read More

Cincinnati Reds All-Time team: Johnny Bench was incomparable at catcher

Johnny Bench was in a class by himself as a catcher. → Read More

Coronavirus in Ohio: DeWine will give an update on state's response at 2 p.m.

Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine will give an update on the state’s response to the novel coronavirus at 2 p.m. → Read More

Cincinnati family in the epicenter of the coronavirus pandemic after relocating to Italy

Kermit Lovelace, his wife, Lisa Lehner, and their daughter, Claire, have been under Italy's coronavirus lockdown since March 16. → Read More

Coronavirus Ohio: Gov. DeWine pleads for the FDA to approve new technology for sterilizing surgical masks

Gov. DeWine Patel Labs has developed a machine that can sterilize 80,000 surgical masks a day and has two ready for Ohio. → Read More

Coronavirus in Ohio: Governor Mike DeWine will give an update at 2 p.m. Watch it here.

Ohio Gov. MIke DeWine, Ohio Department of Health Director Dr. Amy Acton and other state officials will update Ohioans on the state's response to the novel coronavirus → Read More

Here's your chance to pick the Cincinnati Reds All-Time team

In one way, it's simple. But picking the Cincinnati Reds' all-time team is not simply a numbers game. Have your say now. → Read More

What the first day of stay-at-home order looks like for small businesses around Cincinnati

On the first day of Ohio's stay-at-home order, restaurant and hardware store owners share what they've seen. → Read More

Cincinnati Reds All-Time Team: Fans pick Barry Larkin at shortstop

Barry Larkin, the fans pick as the All-Time best Reds shortstop, made his first 12 All-Star teams and won nine Silver Slugger awards. → Read More