We all know that this Reds series is a big one. A colossal one. A damn near monumental one. With that said, where does this stack in terms of the most important series in franchise history for these past two decades (so not counting 1992, basically, all the years that have encompassed this dreaded streak.) It has to be number one, right? I mean, I remember the Cardinals series last year around this time was widely regarded as being veryimportant (the series in which we looked out matched the first two games, and in the third game, d'Arnaud had an extra innings walk-off sac fly) but something about this upcoming series seems fundamentally different. Its probably because we are a significantly better team this year and many of us knew we were simply playing over our heads last year, but that probably is not the only reason.
So is it safe to say that this could be the most important series for the franchise in the past two decades? Thoughts?
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