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Bengals Break: Frazier Win HR Derby, Cueto Rumors

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Jul 13, 2015; Cincinnati, OH, USA; Jeff and Tim Arnold of Louisville, Kentucky, attend the 2015 Home Run Derby the day before the MLB All Star Game at Great American Ballpark. Mandatory Credit: David Kohl-USA TODAY Sports

Bengals Break does just that in today’s edition, takes a break from Bengals stories and opinions. Today, Reds courting offers for Cueto with a team reportedly taking the lead, Urban Meyer booed at the Celebrity All-Star Softball Game, and much more.

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Todd Frazier Wins 2015 Home Run Derby in Front of Hometown Fans: When the Cincinnati Reds heard that they would be hosting the 2015 All-Star Game, they could only dream about getting a player into the game let alone the Home Run Derby. Todd Frazier not only made both those dreams come true, he also led the city to it’s first Home Run Derby champion since Ernie Davis in 1989.

Cincinnati Reds Rumors: Dodgers Front-runners for Johnny Cueto?: There has been speculation around baseball that one of the elite starters in MLB would be on the market before the trade deadline. On Sunday, it was announced that the Dodgers would take the lead for Cueto, once the Reds make him officially “on the market.” Will the Reds trade away their ace, and what should they demand in return?

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Urban Meyer Booed at GABP Epitomizes Sizable Pro-UC Contingent in Cincinnati: Ohio State has a large portion of the Ohio market for college football, but at the Celebrity and Legends Softball game on Sunday, he was booed by a large portion of the Cincinnati crowd. Could the support for the University of Cincinnati be bigger than many people thought?

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Blue Jackets Salary Cap Not an Issue: When the Blue Jackets signed Brandon Saad and Matt Calvert, fans started to worry about where they stood in cap space. Frank Walker of Union and Blue has a message to all of those fans who are worried about that. See what he had to say about the cap space worries.

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