We wrap up another year of shows by looking back on the 2021 season, a season that was one of the best in recent Reds history in many respects. There were a ton of great moments, and I am joined by Nate Dotson and guest Wick Terrell (of Red Reporter) to count down the top ten.

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2 Responses

  1. MK

    One of my top moments of the year was also a top Dodgers moment. Being a Dayton Dragons ticket holder I love it when one of our boys has a moment. To see TJ Friedl get his first hit as a home run was great. I’ve met his mom and grandson and I know grandma was beside herself. But then to see the class moment pulled off by Mookie Betts to get the ball from the fan was special. Never been a Dodgers or Red Sox fan but I’ll be a Betts fan in the future.