Doug Gray and I got together again this week to talk about the Cincinnati Reds. How is it possible that we had so much fun talking about a team that has lost about a million games over the last two seasons?
We began by discussing the recent comments of Reds GM Dick Williams about the Eugenio Suarez/Nick Senzel logjam, then moved on to other pressing Reds-related topics, such as this question: Which of the Reds starting pitchers (age 25 or younger) do you expect to take the biggest step forward in 2018?
Finally, we each have a short movie review for you, and you’re definitely going to enjoy the discussion of an actor who may end up being a (very) surprising Oscar nominee.
Music for this episode provided by Freekbass, a big Reds fan and a friend of Redleg Nation.
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