It’s an emergency edition of the Redleg Nation Radio podcast! Jason Linden joined me to discuss the acquisition of Matt Harvey in exchange for longtime friend of the podcast, Devin Mesoraco. The conversation, however, eventually returned to the way the Cincinnati front office is conducting this rebuilding process. The results aren’t pretty, as you might imagine.

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4 Responses

  1. doofus

    Best comment: “Dick Williams is just rearranging the deck chairs on the Titanic.” ~From one of our fellow obsessive Red’s fan.

  2. doofus

    I’m more concerned with Senzel’s health than this trade. Senzel is the future, Harvey/Mes the past.

  3. Colorado Red

    I would think a 5 year 125 would bring in Dallas.
    I would love to see that happen.
    With Deven’s contract gone, that is only 12 more per year.
    Also, Bob needs to keep his hands out of the Reds dealings.
    He said he makes suggestions, and if no one says no, they do it.
    Who will say no to the owner.
    will not be able to make the games at Coors field this year, on Vaca.
    PS, you can buy resale tickets for $3.00 each on web sites. one team, with the vets discount is not too bad about 58.00 for the year.

  4. Mike V

    Guys give this one a chance .. This was not the Joe Morgan Trade . This was not that big of a deal and it will not distort the development of the young pitching enough to set back the “rebuild”. Chill out