I’m back from vacation, Jason Linden joined me to discuss the lack of activity at the trade deadline for the Cincinnati Reds. While recording, we discovered that Reds uber-prospect Hunter Greene was injured and is out for the season. It’s not my fault!

Lots of fun on this week’s episode. Enjoy!

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One Response

  1. Tampa Red

    Interesting listening to JL talk about position flexibility. I’ve actually been advocating for that for a year now. For example, I’ve never thought about Gennett and Senzel as either/or. Why not both? Why can’t Senzel be the Reds version of Ian Happ? Peraza has a lot of flexibility, Schebler Suarez and Gennett have some as well. Winker a little too, I guess, although he’s not real talented at any of them.

    This is why I’ve been rooting so hard for Dixon to show he can hit in the big leagues, and also why I’m not as high on Herrera as others are. I think the Reds are 1-2 dynamic, flexible position players from being set. Now about that pitching….