Jason Linden joined me again this week for a discussion of the most exciting news we’ve heard here in Redleg Nation for quite some time. I’m talking, of course, about the fact that uber-prospect Nick Senzel is working out at shortstop this spring. How does this change the way we look at the Cincinnati Reds rebuild?
We also talked about the competition for the Reds rotation this spring, and discuss whether Cincinnati manager Bryan Price has organized that competition in the proper way.
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