Jason Linden joined me this week to discuss the Cincinnati Reds’ horrific start, and whether anything can be salvaged from this season. (Short answer: plenty to be optimistic about.)

We also discussed the managerial failings of Bryan Price, and his future with the Redlegs. That was a less optimistic conversation.

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

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4 Responses

  1. Ben

    I could tell by listening to your podcasts over the offseason and spring training that the Reds would suck this year. Something about the way you talked, even as you said they’d be better. But I had no idea how bad it would be.

    It’s no surprise: they have the same team that lost 90 games the last three years, except they traded away a bat and traded for a shit reliever. They have the same retarded manager and the same front office that can’t evaluate and afford talent. And everyone is a year older and slower. No wonder they are worse this year.

  2. Mark Lang

    As of right now, the Reds have the worst ERA in all of baseball by almost a full run – and the 2nd fewest runs scored in all of baseball. It’s almost impossible to be worse in comparison to any other team. There is no where to go but up (or hit absolute bottom by “overtaking” the only team to score even fewer runs).

  3. big5ed

    Please send me a bottle of whatever you two are drinking.