Like most good catchphrases, "Suck it, Duaner" happened on a whim. The Reds were in the middle game of a 3-game series against the Mets. The Reds trailed 4-0 in the second inning when the rains fell and delayed the game for nearly 2.5 hours (during which time Andy "Furball" Furman declared that there was no way the Reds would come back in this game). The Reds battled back after the rain delay and tied the game in the fifth on a home run by The Bad Man. Then in the bottom of the 8th, Mets reliever Duaner Sanchez surrendered 3 runs on 3 hits and the Reds took the lead. El Guapo closed the game out with his 4th save in as many chances as a Red, finishing with his signature, "That's what I'm talking about!" statement. boobs declared that "That's what I'm talking about" should be the official motto of the 2006 Reds. Caleb agreed, to which Slyde responded, "Yeah,especially since "Suck it, Duaner!" won't make sense when they're not playing the Mets." Ash solidified the usage of "Suck it, Duaner!" by declaring that she will be "totally using that from now on, I don't care who is pitching!" and a catchphrase was born.
A few days after it's initial use, Slyde decided that "Suck It, Duaner" would be reserved strictly for use against relief pitchers. After Sanchez was injured for the remainder of the season in an automobile accident, it was decided that Red Reporters would replace the name Duaner with the name of the current pitcher in question until Sanchez was back in uniform. We're mean, but we're not cold-hearted. And in one final clarification, it was noted that "Suck it" should not be used in reference to a current Reds player or coach. There are so many ways to make fun of our own guys, let's leave the "sucking it" to the opposition.
Red Reporter would like to remind you to, "Suck It, Duaner!"