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Podcast — RNR #191: The Winter Meetings Extravaganza Episode!

Doug Gray (redsminorleagues.com) is the co-host again this week, as we discussed all the exciting news surrounding this year’s Winter Meetings! Truthfully, there wasn’t much news, but there were plenty of rumors, especially surrounding the potential trades of Billy Hamilton and Adam Duvall.

We also have some questions about manager Bryan Price’s “announcement” that he has already settled on the top four guys in his 2018 pitching rotation.

Music for this episode provided by Freekbass, a big Reds fan and a friend of Redleg Nation.

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8 thoughts on “Podcast — RNR #191: The Winter Meetings Extravaganza Episode!

  1. I hope the reds keep Billy. we are going to be in last place next year with him or without him. He is a crowd favorite and gives 110% all the time and makes amazing plays in the field.

    • I hope they trade him, get something out of him.
      I also hope they trade for Yelich (no Greene or Nick).

    • At 3B. I’m glad the Reds didn’t make that kind of an offer. At 32, he will steadily decline in value–especially at third.

  2. I see the rebuild may continue by signing a 33 year old relief pitcher with an injury history. Reds web site says Cozart left the Reds, seems more like the Reds left Cozart.

  3. What is the front office vision for this team?

    I really don’t know. As I’ve said repeatedly, all we hear from DW and ownership are the usual lame bromides that we heard from Jocko. The fans of MLB’s oldest and most revered franchise deserve better.

  4. “Move on, nothing to see here”. After an exciting beginning to Williams tenure (Castillo trade, moving BP to Atlanta, & claiming Scooter), our new GM has distilled down to Joketty-lite. Perhaps Williams knows what he’s doing, but this rebuild is about as fascinating as watching paint dry. zzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz

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