Doug Gray joined me again to talk about everything that’s happening out in Cincinnati Reds spring training. Of note: some young pitchers are looking very good, and almost all the pitchers are healthy. How excited should we be about that?

On the other end of the spectrum, we discussed the single thing that could happen on Opening Day which might cause apathy to set in. (Hint: it involves my favorite player.)

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2 Responses

  1. scottya

    Tyler Mahle is very good and Amir Garrett is throwing like a 112 mph.

  2. Nick Carrington

    I am very unhappy with one comment in this podcast. Doug has an excellent chance to land Anna Kendrick, and you both are crazy for thinking otherwise.