Jason Linden joined me again for this week’s episode of Redleg Nation Radio, but the conversation was a little different than our usual fun and games. We called out the Cincinnati front office for refusing to be honest with fans leading up to the 2018 season, and made a demand of the powers that be…

Call Nick Senzel up NOW!

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5 Responses

  1. Bill

    In other news, Senzel was removed from the game last night due to dizziness. He also missed the end of last season for vertigo.

    • Colorado Red

      Not the news I wanted to hear.
      the BB gods must hate the Reds.

  2. BoldOD

    I recall Nick Esasky had trouble with vertigo.

    • Bill

      I read that earlier, as well as Lebron James so it is something that can be overcome. It’s just another thing to add to the list of concerns for the Reds. Between pitching injuries, Meso injury after a contract extension, Chapman shooting up his garage, the Reds can’t catch a break.

  3. Ernest

    It is sad that the two optomistic Reds fans are now where I was early in the season. Chad and Jason always made me less pessimistic after the listening to the podcasts.

    This is just not a good rebuild and roster decisions are strange. For some reason the Reds started the season with 2 players that are no longer on the roster at the start of May.

    The continued overvaluing of the existing roster, which has produced a 8-25 record does lead one to question the intentions of the front office.