Co-Owners and Writers
Steve Mancuso is a lifelong Reds fan who was a teenager during the Big Red Machine era. He’s been writing about the Reds for more than ten years. Steve’s fondest memories about the Reds include attending a couple 1975 World Series games, being at Homer Bailey’s second no-hitter and going nuts for Jay Bruce at Clinchmas. Steve was also at all three games of the 2012 NLDS, but it’s too soon to talk about that. Steve went to Princeton High School (same as Josh Harrison and near Middletown High School where Kyle Schwarber went) and the University of Kentucky for college. He earned a Masters Degree in Economics at the University of Michigan and lived in Ann Arbor for nearly 20 years. He’s been back in the Cincinnati area for more than 10 years. Follow him on Twitter @spmancuso where 99.9% of his tweets are about the Reds.
Matt Wilkes got hooked on Reds baseball after attending his first game in Cinergy Field at 6 years old, and he hasn’t looked back. As a kid, he was often found imitating his favorite players — Ken Griffey Jr., Adam Dunn, Sean Casey, and Austin Kearns — in the backyard. When he finally went inside, he was leading the Reds to 162-0 seasons in MVP Baseball 2005 or keeping stats for whatever game was on TV. He started writing about baseball in 2014 and has become fascinated by analytics and all the new data in the game. Matt is also a graduate of The Ohio State University and currently lives in Chicago. Follow him on Twitter at @_MattWilkes.
Kyle Berger is a lifelong Reds fan who has lived in the Cincinnati area for his entire life. Kyle has always been interested in the analytics side of baseball, and recently graduated from Miami University with a degree in Business Analytics. You can follow him on Twitter @KB_48, where most of his Tweets are about the Reds or baseball in general.
Nick Carrington has loved the Reds since his youngest days. His father raised him on stories of the Big Red Machine, and some of Nick’s favorite memories involve listening to Marty Brenneman and Joe Nuxhall call games on the radio during warm summer nights. He has written about the Reds since December of 2014 and takes no responsibility for the team’s record during that span. Nick graduated from Cedarville University and earned a Master’s in Writing from Missouri State University. Soon, he will complete a PhD from Texas Tech. He currently teaches at Cedarville as an Assistant Professor of Professional Writing and is making sure his three sons know not to evaluate pitchers based on their wins. You can follow him on Twitter @ncarrington14 where he posts plenty of Reds stats when his kids let him.
Mike Perry is a lifelong Reds fan who grew up watching games at Cinergy Field with his family. A recent MBA graduate, Micah has always had a passion for data analytics and uses his understanding of big data to better understand and appreciate what is happening on the baseball diamond and in the front office. When he’s not watching baseball, you can find Micah and his wife frequenting different restaurants and coffee shops in the area. For questions and inquiries, please reach out to [email protected].