It’s a hostile takeover! Jason Linden and Bill Lack eliminated Chad from the equation and took the reins for an Unchaperoned Edition of the World’s Most Dangerous Podcast. The guys discussed Cincinnati’s recent winning streak and Cincinnati’s recent losing streak and tackled a bunch of Listener Mail, as they called it. (If Chad isn’t back on the mic next week, someone please call 911.)

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4 Responses

  1. Centerfield

    thud – the sound from falling back to the bottom of the division

    • Pete

      Love the podcasts and seldom miss one but this one today, and many in general, reason good times are right around the corner. Just a tweak here and a tweak there. Wish I could share the optimism. As an example: let’s sign Puig to a new contract. Money down a rat hole is what I’m thinking. Extend Senzel and hire additional scouting and player development personnel.

      • Cincyborn2012

        I also disagree with signing Puig. He can definitely punish a mistake pitch, but I’m worried about what would happen if they gave him a multi-year contract. He had issues with the Dodgers. They were trying to unload him for awhile and finally the Reds took him. I think he’s probably on his best behavior being that he’s in a contract year, but I don’t like the idea of signing him long term.

        With that said, if he rakes the whole second half and leads the Reds to 90 wins, I’d probably change my mind.

  2. Ghettotrout1

    Sandlot is the best baseball movie of all time. It makes everyone remember the perfect summer as a kid.