Doug Gray and I got together this week to discuss where Nick Senzel and Hunter Greene stand after frustrating seasons for the Reds’ top two prospects. We also talked about which Cincinnati prospects are the most valuable in trade discussions over the upcoming winter, and Doug revealed his Reds minor league players of the year.

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4 Responses

  1. Russ

    Chad, pls calm down. They are getting him acclimated to the OF by having play the easiest OF position then they more to the much harder CF position.
    I all makes perfect sense. the worse thing abt the corner OF is they both have weak throwing arms

  2. Michael Smith

    Excellent work as usual. Disappointed not to get more Burt Reynolds talk.

  3. Old-school

    I listened. Doug Gray is really good.
    These are Great Depression fireside chats .
    .