Bill Lack and I return for another rousing conversation about the current state of the Cincinnati Reds. Nick Senzel is feeling ill, Alex Wood is ready to return, and Phillip Ervin is mashing the ball. Also, the trade deadline is here and we’re still waiting for the Reds to do something… Anything?

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3 Responses

  1. Michael Smith

    Senzel I thought had a similar issue early this year in Milwaukee

  2. Pete


    There is a discernable difference between “learning to hit” in the majors versus “actially hitting in the majors”. I don’t believe Phillip Ervin is learning but is hitting in the majors. Chris Welch pointed out Ervin has shortened his swing and this may have lead to his emergence. I’m at the point where I’m assuming Ervin can hit, and hit very wel,l in MLB. He might sink like a stone but I’ll have to see it to believe it.

  3. Rich Thompson

    I loved the Dr. Nick reference from the Simpson’s