Jason Linden and I discuss the potent Cincinnati Reds offense, the mostly-injured Cincinnati Reds rotation, and identify the one thing that is standing between this Reds team and the playoffs.

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2 Responses

  1. Jim Walker

    I want to be as optimistic about the starting pitching in the short to medium term as you guys; but, I just don’t see it. Barring injection of outside established middle of the4 rotation talent I think the Reds are looking at 2019 at the earliest just to have a stable rotation approaching league average.

  2. benkten

    I love the optimism in this podcast I’m just not sure this Reds team will win a World Series until another rebuild cycle. I don’t see front to the rotation talent and I see an aging star plus a maybe star in Suarez. I do think the bullpen could be the Royals of a few years back, but I don’t see it.