After a very interesting season, Doug Gray and I unveil the Reds minor league system All-Star team. In addition, we hand out awards to the best of the best down on Cincinnati’s farm.

Plus, a discussion of what we can expect from Cincinnati management this off-season, and which players will make an unexpectedly big impact on the 2022 Reds.

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4 Responses

  1. redsfan4040

    I might be biased as a Huntington resident, but We Are Marshall is a fantastic sports movie.

  2. Jonathan Linn

    How does Elly De La Cruz compare to Jay Bruce as a prospect? The podcast mentions that Doug hasn’t heard another prospect talked about like De La Cruz…wasn’t Bruce the #1 prospect in all of baseball one year?

    • Doug Gray

      Yes, Bruce was the #1 prospect. De La Cruz is spoken of with a little more excitement than that when it comes to the pure tools. Bruce, however, did things production wise that De La Cruz hasn’t come close to yet.

      • Jonathan Linn

        Cool. Thanks Doug for providing a bit more information