2017 Reds / RN Radio

Podcast — RNR #183: Will the Reds trade Scooter Gennett? Will the Reds win 90 games next season?

Jason Linden and I kick off this week’s podcast by discussing the Reds’ 14th losing season in the last 17 years. After we decided that was no fun, we talked about the surprisingly realistic possibility that the Cincinnati Reds will have an above-average pitching staff in 2018. Rousing discussions of Scooter Gennett, next year’s outfield rotation, and more about Bryan Price followed.

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2 thoughts on “Podcast — RNR #183: Will the Reds trade Scooter Gennett? Will the Reds win 90 games next season?

  1. For the outfield, I am thinking a 4 man rotation (more or less).
    Adam has worn down two years in a year.
    Billy gets hurt a lot.
    Scott can also get hurt.
    I am thinking 120 games each with Winker in there.
    Of course if you can package Adam and Scooter for a #2 pitcher (go not want to give up the farm for a #1), then do it.
    I also like Scooter at 2nd, if he is willing to work on his D.

    • I am also in favor of keeping all four. Despite the bad month when injured, Schebler is putting up similar or better numbers than Duvall in almost every category. Schebler also has age on his side. Duvall has the benefit of being right handed, which would leave the Reds heavy on left hand hitters if he was replaced by Winker in the outfield

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