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2 Responses

  1. James

    Nice podcast, Chad! I really appreciate the free, amazing Reds podcast.
    Personally, I think Tejay Antone and Micheal Lorenzen should trade spots for Jeff Hoffman and Wade Miley. What would you think about that kind of switch?

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  2. Steve Schoenbaechler

    Alright, I don’t want to get political about this at all. I just don’t understand the antitrust exemption thing with baseball. I know all about the Georgia voter thing; I don’t care about that here. I know all about MLB deciding to move the All Star Game; I don’t care about that here.

    I heard that the GOP in DC is going to create legislation to remove baseball’s anti-trust exemption. I want to learn about this. Just what does the anti-trust exemption thing do. Why have it? Why not take it away?

    Feel free to get as detailed as you want. Just don’t get political, please.

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