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Redleg Nation Radio #55: Can’t We All Just Get Along?

Bill and I do a little arguing this week, in the latest edition of the Redleg Nation Radio podcast. From Brandon Phillips’ comments to the Jim Edmonds trade, we just can’t seem to get along anymore. Listen in to the blow-by-blow, right here, right now.

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7 thoughts on “Redleg Nation Radio #55: Can’t We All Just Get Along?

  1. I listened to Bill’s 4 minute rant at the beginning over and over again. Priceless. 🙂

    • I listened to Bill’s 4 minute rant at the beginning over and over again.Priceless.

      4 minutes? REALLY…holy crap. Glad I was at least entertaining…hopefully there was some grain of reason in there also. 😀

  2. Great exchange guys . I agreed with Bill on some points and Chad on some others. The real point is I really enjoy Redlegnation .. You guys are great. Thanks for the effort you guys put into this blog and podcasts. I hope we can all agree on how far the Reds organization has come in the last couple of years.. and give credit to the man at the top .. Mr.Castellini

  3. Love the podcast. Here is something that I posted on John Fays blog earlier today that is of the same topic of conversation…..

    Orlando Cabrera aka the bat boy was interviewed on ESPN Baseball Tonight last night because he was wearing the bb uniform. He said that the Reds are a young team and he thinks all the fighting and words that were said during the Cardinals series caused the team to lose focus and not play well.

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