It’s been a rough stretch, but is it possible that we can find some positives from the 2021 Reds season? Doug Gray and I look at a couple of different scenarios for how the Reds season will end, and analyzed each. We also came to some conclusions about why the Reds roster management has been so horrifically bad in 2021.

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3 Responses

  1. Bred

    What I find insulting is the arrogance of the Reds is sending me daily emails to purchase 2022 season tickets in order to be able to buy playoff tickets for 2021. What kind of fool do they think I am?

  2. IndyRedsFan

    Wow! Redleg Nation’s rule about not calling people names went right out the
    window on this one, didn’t it.?

  3. JayTheRed

    I have to say… If this team doesn’t make intelligent moves this offseason I am done. I am sick of hoping and waiting for this team to make the right move. This offseason is their final chance to pick a direction. If they are going to rebuild then I am ok with that and make a full commitment to it. Or pick the direction of winning by making smart moves and additions No more half and half business, pick a direction. I’m in my 40s currently, and if the Red somehow manage to win 1or 2 more world series in my lifetime I’ll be shocked and thrilled.