Bill Lack and I got together again to discuss another rollercoaster week for the Cincinnati Reds. From Tejay Antone’s injury to Sonny Gray’s return to the continuing brilliance of the Dynamic Duo, Nick Castellanos and Jesse Winker, it’s all the Reds news that was fit to record.

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One Response

  1. JayTheRed

    Just wanted to say that I normally really enjoy listening to the show, but this last episode I felt the team was really hard on the bullpen.. I feel like they are not giving them any credit at all There are a handful of guys who have worked really hard and who have produced some pretty good results overall especially the past 2 weeks or so that the announcers of the show basically made it seem like they were garbage pitchers. These are professional major league players and yes they are not top ranked ones but honestly for who they are, they are not doing all that bad. So instead of being so negative about these guys lets appreciate them for what they have had in successes. Yes it would be nice to get some more well known names or longer success rate pitchers in the bullpen, considering what we have now I feel like they do an ok job at least the past few weeks.