Bill Lack and I got together to take a look at the early returns from Cincinnati Reds spring training, including: Is Sonny Gray healthy? How is Nick Senzel playing in center field? Will Jose Peraza ever make an out? These questions are answered, alongside your Viewer Mail queries. Enjoy!

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3 Responses

  1. Rusty

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    When I listen to the Redleg Nation podcast where where they make fun of real baseball writers like Daugherty it’s funny. RLN is a twitter based ultra “saber metrics is everything” website. Daugherty wrote the (circa) 2010 article on Votto that stated the obvious; JV think the Reds spent 235M on him to look 4 walks and his approach is hurting the Reds. That’s why Bruce, Dunn, BP etc were never told to us anything other than their own approach. That’s also why RLN
    actually thinks Votto had a good in 2018. As Chis Welsh said metrics are fun , But he’s never seen them turn into wins. Welsh is the most astute broadcaster they have… easily

    • Steve Mancuso

      Rusty, if only you could read what real baseball writers think of Paul Daugherty.

      • Rusty

        yes, I realize the twitter “journalists” don’t like real writers. It would be interesting Steve, if you would address the bulk of my statements in the 1st email.