Nate and I got together again to discuss everything you need to know in the world of the Cincinnati Reds. The club made some 40-man roster moves, were involved in trade discussions (maybe?), and said good-bye to some old friends. Plus, we debated the return of Pete Rose and Yasiel Puig to the headlines!

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3 Responses

  1. Oldtimer

    He’s getting older. I know the feeling. The end keeps getting closer and the beginning is more in the distance every day,

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  2. Fanman

    Maybe, (Chad), you should expand your discussion because you do not understand what Pete actually did for the game of baseball and did not stop to listen to the man. You can learn more from him in a few minutes than your entire grasp of the game that you think you know.

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    • 2020ball

      What he did for the game of baseball was embarrass it for his own selfish gambling addictions. A rules a rule, he knew he was breaking it and this is the punishment for doing so. End of story. I haven’t ever seen him do anything for the game other than play it, so I’m not sure what you think he did differently than all the other players that have gone through the league in the past.

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