2013 Reds / RN Radio

Redleg Nation Radio #93: Riding the roller-coaster

Bill Lack and I got together once again to discuss the roller-coaster nature of this Reds season. It’s a fairly rousing discussion of where the Reds stand, and includes a lengthy discussion of Dusty Baker and his future with this club. Plus, I do a very lame impression of Thom Brennaman. You don’t want to miss that, do you?

You can listen with the player at the bottom of this post or right-click here to download the mp3 file to listen at your leisure. For links to all previous episodes of Redleg Nation Radio, check out the podcast’s home page.

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Many thanks to Friend of the Nation — and huge Reds fan — Freekbass for the bumper music. The music is from this album; he’s a talented guy, and highly recommended.

4 thoughts on “Redleg Nation Radio #93: Riding the roller-coaster

  1. One correction from the Podcast, I semi-railed on the Reds waiting until yesterday to DFA Lotzkar and Ravin…but I didn’t remember that Cueto and Marshall were on the 60 and had to be put back on the 40. While I still don’t understand running the risk of losing Villarreal and keeping Lotzkar on the 40 (though it didn’t end up costing them Villarreal and I don’t ever expect him to be a big contributor), I do now understand why they had to make 2 moves yesterday.

  2. Good to see you two bring up the point I addressed yesterday. It’s really about Castellini, and to a lesser extent Jocketty, and what they think about Baker. If old school is good school, then the Reds in the future looks much like it does today. I don’t know whether Castellini fell in love with Baker on his own, or Wayne Krivsky helped him into it, but if this was Castellini’s idea all along, if this is how he sees winning baseball–then there is zero chance will be gone.

  3. I just hope someone from WLW hears this and hires Chad and Bill for the weekend Extra Innings Show! Please!

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