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Reds manager Bryan Price discusses the club's expectations for the 2018 season and their projected starting rotation on MLB Tonight. ... See MoreSee Less

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Thomas Mcclanahan1. 50 wins 2. Trade off all talent 3. Make attendance lowest in MLB 4. Get ready for next years draft 5. Continue to be awful year in and year out 6. Continues to tell fans we’re building for the future but continue to sell off the future

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J Chris ReedJust a farm team for the 8 teams who can outspend anyone else. MLB is a dying and the NFL is right behind it. I'm sure when Billy Hamilton starts hitting 300+, we will offer him 20 million and the Yankees will offer 75 million.

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Brendon RobinsonI have to say I'm not a fan of Price or the current GM. But I still love the team of players. Always a Redleg and here is hopes to another year! But I'm sure there is gonna be a bunch of bandwagon fans who have something negative to say tho! And only come out of the wood work when they do well as a team. 🙄🤷‍♀️

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John BaultAs long as Bryan Price is manager, the Reds stay in last place and have a goal of less than 95 losses. Wish Bryan Price his best in his future endeavors as soon as possible.

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Justin IsaacsAnybody making excuses needs to remember. Baker took us to playoffs and built great rosters with the same market Price and co. cant compete in. From competitive every season. To last place every season. So why are we sticking with price and this "sell you talent" formula?

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Michael McLaughlinI’m mostly bothered the guy who works at MLB network said “points.” My good man, it’s runs. Reds win 72 this year.

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Chris RichardsonHow can you compete when you trade off any and all good players. The only thing their building on is a stack of debt. Fire price and get a gm that wants to win a title!!!

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Cody RoseWe have been building for years then they release good players good talent look at all the guys they have let go and became stars on other teams Bryan price can’t manage a little league team reds need a new front office not new players

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Wes MatselI'm betting Price will be on a short leash in 2018. If the Reds are struggling again, he'll be gone by the All Star break. The question is, who would take over? Riggleman? Joe Girardi? John Farrell? Bring Dusty back?

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Kenny BoswellUntil we get a decent manager, the Reds will continue to struggle. Front office trades all the good players but continues to keep Price. I'm sick of my reds losing..

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Aaron BrownPiece on brian price worst coach ever. There not even a ball club there a miner ball club and get rid of Hamilton no more star players.

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David DittmannHas anyone thought to Follow The Money? ... Has the Castellini family made the investment, with a whole-hearted and vested interest in being the best? I have been a Redleg Fan since '72 (thank you, Johnny Bench), but what I sense is that the Ownership is acting more like a mid-level Manager who cares only for the budget; not like a Real owner who acts with fully different intentions. Act like an Owner, not like a Manager!

3 hours ago   ·  1
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Michael GobleThe clubs expectations...... hmmmm. Sub par product on the field, more bobble head promotions, low payroll and 90 plus loses. That pretty much somes up 2018 season. Castellini's sell this team!!!

2 hours ago
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Ivan WesleySpend your money wisely and you’ll get more in return. Instead they squeeze their pennies a little more each year and drive more fans away. One of the poorer run franchises over the last decade or so.

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Alex BrendelThe plan: lose a lot of games, draft poorly, trade talent, waste Joey Votto's career, repeat next year.

5 hours ago   ·  3
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Bob Sheaves Jr.Wish theyd go ahead and sell Billy, Joey and Tucker........they've been f#cking this up for nearly 30yrs now so why stop now? Small market....tired of hearing that. Spend money to make money (and succeed). This team would finish last in a best loser contest.

2 hours ago
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Dave SchmidtZach Cozart's first fill season in the bigs: .246/.288/.399 15 HR, 35 RBI 113 strikeouts. Jose Peraza's first season: .259 / .297/ .324 5 HR 37RBI 70 strikeouts. Point is be patient. Cozart wasn't exactly a world beater when he came into the majors. It takes time.

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Robert Clay HoelscherThis organisation is the biggest joke in baseball, I think it might be worse than the early to mid 80's reds. Cozart gone Hamilton will most likely be gone

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Brandon JohnsonPrice is a filler manager in a situation to where Cincinnati knows nothing but to sell sell sell, and use him as fall guy. Heartbreaking for us fans

6 hours ago   ·  2
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Tessa PostThe Reds will be better. A healthy Disco will help a lot. Disco and Castillo are a great start to a rotation and then fill it in with Finnegan, Bailey, Stephenson, Romano or Mahle.

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Scott QueenAfter the latest move from Reds management it well be another last place season. Great job don't blame the team when you squeeze money like that. If your that broke then sell out.

4 hours ago
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Greg StephensHow about having some pitchers that you will have go 5 innings. The biggest problems were you taking all of your pitchers out in the 3rd or 4th inning and then relying on your bullpen.

4 hours ago
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Matthew GreenThe only addition to the team Mr. Price will make is a great new collection of 2018 bobble heads..... so sad!

6 hours ago   ·  2
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John ArwoodRealistic expectations is to challenge in the Central in about 2 years. The only expectation I have for '18 is to stay out of the cellar.

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Fred WoodsWe know what will happen already. There is a better chance of finding life on Mars than on the Reds in 2018

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Doug BrankampRumor has it they traded all bobbleheads away to other teams and the Reds are gonna "rebuild " some new ones

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Adam CottonDoes it include kids at heart?

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Cathy RohrscheibSadly I think my reds support is coming to an end

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Craig EnglishJeffrey D. Tabor I’m gonna need you to take both the kids so we can each get a bobble head. K thanks

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Michael GobleWell what do you know?! The Reds are offering bobble heads as a promotion.

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Velvet JohnsonTammy... If you're looking for something to do with the bebes

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Paul BurressWhy am I just now hearing about this hall of fame?

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Joe RumschlagI love this bobble head! It’s so “old school”!

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Jeff GraceI what one of those

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Bonnie EtchisonThat's age discrimination!!

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Bonnie EtchisonOh baby I wish! This is so cute!

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Dan AndreI understand baseball is a business. I get it. But it's pretty hard to be a Reds fan these last few years. Bruce, Frazier, Phillips, Cueto, Chapman, the list goes on and on. Now possibly Hamilton and Duvall. I love my Reds, but man, it's tough sometimes. Good luck to Cozart.

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Kristie MasonKeep it up. Trading everyone good.we are just gonna stay in last place. Get rid of the people you need to get rid of.good luck to Zack! Seems like we trade em then they make it to the playoff! Go Zack!

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Dan WittThanks again Big Bob for letting another one go......rebuilding....SERIOUSLY!!!! ......Last place for how many more years??

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Don StewartWe are like a big city farm system now. We bring them up and the big markets pay them. Always rebuilding

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Jarrett MartinezI don’t look at this as losing a player in FA. I look at it as my local AAA team just lost a player by being called up to the majors.

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Erv MccartyI will miss his defense and attitude, his bat last season will earn him some big bucks maybe he will come back , all my favorites are disappearing , about to find a new team ....🤬🤬

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Mike RodgersReal nice. You won’t open up your wallet to keep an all-star player that helps the team contend but yet you expect us to open our wallets and spend hundreds of dollars per game to watch a AAA farm team that’s more or less a developmental team that sends off players once they reach a major league talent. You rill no more get one red cent from me.

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JoEllen DunnSo....what did we get for him? Probably not much. I have been a Reds fan since the days of the Big Red Machine. In recent years the teams have been pathetic because we trade talent for sub par talent. I wish Zack well with his new team. However I hope the Reds start emphasizing competitive baseball again!

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Gordon ReillyAs long as you keep letting our good players leave we will never be a contender and yet us loyal reds fans keep Sopporting our team while management dose nothing to show the fans you care as much as we do

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Joe HamannWish I could post the foul ball I got from him. I looked and looked for him after the game that day. Couldn't find him. People said he was going to be over at holy Grail after so I hung out and looked for him still nothing. Wish I could of got it signed. Youll still be my favorite player. Best of luck man.

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Jim MyersI hope he at least gets to take his donkey that joey got him last year to California! Good luck you’ll be missed

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Fer MestreGet out of here!!!! If this dude Castellini doesn’t have the money, then he should sell the team!!! And he expects that we the fans, will pay MLB price tickets for a minor (very minor) league team???? No way Jose...

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Jon CaveIf you all would stop being frickin cheap and keep the good players you all have let walk or traded.. it’s getting very old and very hard to remain a Reds fan. And I’ve been a fan since the Big Red Machine days..

24 hours ago   ·  5
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Dan WellsMy gosh. Between the Bengals and the Reds it’s so boring being a Cincinnati fan. I remember in 1990 when Cincinnati won sports town of the year. Will I live to see it again? Will my grandkids? I attend more OSU games every year. People can complain the stands are empty; but really???

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Chenoa MillerSo irritated with the Reds! Been a huge fan for years and its really tough to see the team getting rid of the good players!!! Very frustrating! Why not get rid of the guys that never contribute anything to the team like Homer Bailey instead of decent players? If we kept half the guys we have let go in the last few years, we maybe could be in the playoffs!!!!! Owners need to figure out what the heck theyre doing!!!!

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Frazier HuddlestonSadly, that is the fate of the Reds' organization. The money isn't there to compete except a year or two when they strike lightning in a bottle to be competitive for a year or two then back to reality. The Reds market doesn't generate enough money to consistently compete or keep their players. Sad but true unless or until baseball gets revenue like football, which will most likely never happen.

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Jacob FightmasterIf we just keep trading everyone away maybe all those players would just understand you’re not allowed being good in Cincinnati. We want to lose, we like last place, we like not going to the World Series, we don’t want big shots, we want to sign maybe one good guy to a huge contract and everyone else can go away.

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Justin IsaacsIm so thankful I didn't get involved in the reds at all this season. And yet you still manage to pawn off the players I remember and love. Only a another season or 2 and I won't know any players and finally can stop caring. The reds traded their fan base away for a couple bucks.

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Nancy BoyceAs they keep trading my favorite players, and I’m pretty sure they’re not going to stop, I just have to focus on what fabulous memories I have of watching these guys play at the best ballpark in America. If I don’t focus on that, I get really pissed off.

24 hours ago   ·  1
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Kyle BrownHe got almost $13 million per year for 3 years. I love Cozart, but that money can be better spent elsewhere. The real story is that management knew they weren't going to pay what he was going to cost, but yet somehow let him finish the year in a Reds uniform without being traded. They also knew they were not going to give him a qualifying offer as they would be afraid he'd accept it. So Cozie is just gone. No prospects, no compensatory draft pics, nada...nothing...zippo. That's inexcusable. At any rate, thanks for everything Zack Cozart! Hope you crush it in Anaheim!

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Robert DurstWhen the Reds make a trade, there are very many issues involved, most of which none of us are aware of. Some people on here act like third graders. Their ignorance on here is overwhelming.

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Mirna Daniels-EadsZach, you were my son's first professional baseball hero. He watched and studied your moves and your attitude. Thank you for being a positive role model for him. We will miss you here in Cincinnati but welcome you with open arms every time you come back! Best of luck in Anaheim ❤️⚾️

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Wendy GibbsWhat a waste. The Reds knew they weren’t resigning him, yet they kept him on for the whole garbage season, and ended up getting nothing, instead of trying to make a trade. This organization is becoming complete trash - and making it very difficult to remain a fan.

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Wes MatselOkay, everyone take a breath and calm down. I'm a Cozart fan, but if you didn't see this coming you're either blind or just clueless. He's 32 years old and has spent time on the DL with leg injuries the past three years. Spending $38 million on that just isn't a smart investment. Yes, Cozart had a great year last year, but his career stats are still less than stellar (.254 career hitter) and that's after adding in last year's .297 clip. Yes, he was solid defensively, but the Reds still have Peraza (.277 hitter) and if Senzel is ready to move up and play 3B from time to time, you can move Suarez (.260, 26 HR, 82 RBI) to SS. Plus, if the Reds did resign Cozart, it's likely they would've traded him any way and then be stuck paying the lion's share of his salary like they are with Phillips. I've seen people mention Duvall and Hamilton as well. Duvall will stay with the Reds and if Winker can go every day, then why not give him a chance over Hamilton? Billy is exciting to watch, but offensively he's, offensive. He's a career .248 hitter with an OBP of .295. Not exactly a threat. And unless there's a team willing to sacrifice offense for defense, Hamilton's not going anywhere. Not unless he becomes a threat and raises his avg. to at least .280 and his OBP to .340 - .390.

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Lucy Arthur FlanaryI’ll always be a Reds fan but really. Enough is enough. How many years does it take to rebuild? This is beyond ridiculous. Maybe the management are the ones that need rebuilding.

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Connor MurphyHe was a free agent. As a small market team, the Reds simply couldn’t match the sizable price tag afforded by the LA Angels. Cozart recently hit his stride as a professional, but he’s also 32, and when funds are limited, you must pick your battles and gravitate towards younger, more affordable players. Best of luck in LA, Zach.

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Chris D'AndreaHe owed us nothing - sadly this is the state of baseball today. I hope he does well - came back from that ACL. Reds should have signed him to at least a two year deal. About time for the Reds to announce that Homer Bailey needs elbow surgery isn't it?

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David AtkinsThis time it was a free agent they let go but the fire sale continues as it has over the last few years. It's been since 1990 we won a championship. Almost 28 years. How many times can one rebuild in that span? I've been a Reds fan for a little over fifty years. I'll always be until I die. Please get serious about fielding a competitive team and get us back to the dynasty we had in the mid seventies. I would like to see another Big Red Machine before I leave this earth.

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Carl ShafferBest shortstop since Barry Larkin and they let him go, Cincinnati Reds management has got to be the worst since Marge Schott was in charge. Will really miss Zack.

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John BauteLet me get this straight..... Cozart had a great year at age 32 going to be 33 this year at shortstop. Signs for 11 million and we should be mad at the reds org? I'm a big Cozart fan but this is a smart move. Same fans were mad when they have Phillips a 3 year 12 per deal at age 32-33??????? Us reds fans make no sense

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Daymon JohnsonYeah, way to be Reds..... way to let your better core players walk away WITHOUT extending a qualifying offer. Brilliant. Now he walks and you get no compensation. At what point do you guys actually start making an effort to return this team to its former glory?! I’m tired of hearing the “small market” BS. In the Sports world, of you win, the ROI is more than there. Whether you know it or not, this is the oldest professional baseball organization ever. And it’s STILL a crown jewel of the MLB portfolio of teams. Cubs, Reds, NYY, Red Sox, Dodgers, Giants, Cards, Mets. That’s it. How about returning this franchise to where it was, and rightfully should be? I’m tired of watching Price bumble decisions. I’m tired of seeing bad pitching and I’m tired of seeing losing. Get. It. Together.

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Suzanne BaileySo, we've gone from having an incredible team to watch that was making the playoffs to a team that's last place in the division with games that are just too miserable to see. We've become a farm team. Way to go Reds mgt. All the best to Zack. I'll add him to the list of other teams I now watch just to see great former Reds players.

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Sarah KohrmannCastellini is satisfied for the Reds to be the MLB's farm club. I'm over it. They develop our amazing talent and then sell it off every.single.time. I lost any remaining hope for their intentions with our club when they traded Phillips, and I have unfortunately been proven correct. So very very over it

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Bob FryeI really hated to see this, his first few years were dreadful. He had done the work to turn it around. He went from being one of the worst offensive players to one of the best. He proved it was no temporary success. The reds should have not let him go. At some point they have to start keeping good players and quit acquiring mediocre and and sub par players. This stuff is getting old year after year.

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Scott TaylorI am done with the Reds. I have followed them from the time I could understand baseball better than 40 yrs ago. Grew up with Big Red MAchine. From The trading every good player they ever have to sky rocketing ticket prices that makes it where I can't afford to take the kids to the games . I am just through with the Reds and maybe even major sports in general.Would rather pay 5 bucks to watch minor League ball and see players who are really trying to make instead of already made it overpaid crybabies that could care less about the fans.

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Mike JonesCozart is 32. He just OPS'ed over 200 points higher this year than his career average. This isn't the PED era. He's not on his way up folks. He had a career year. You think maybe the Reds should reward him like they did Mesaroco after his 2014? That hasn't worked out very well. Zach was average to slightly above on defense. The Reds made the right decision. P.S. How's that Albert signing worked out in L.A. land?

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Jodie CollierThanks Zack!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! May God Bless you and your Family as you are now with The Angels. I know you will be missed by a lot of people.

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Mary Alice PatrickI wish the best for you, your family, and your career, but I really, really am disappointed with the Reds Organization for not re-signing you. You will be missed. God bless.

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Tim Phillipswhy??? Reds can't you keep the players when they actually do what they are supposed to do...hit, catch and throw? Why must you subject all your fans to rookies who struggle, but when they become good, we trade 'em all. What are we a farm club for MLB?

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Scott Livingston32 year old shortstops having career years should sign big contracts with deep pocketed teams and the smaller market teams that lose them should be happy because the contracts are rarely worth it. It's been that way forever. All the best teams in baseball these days have lots of good players that are 24-26. We need more of those guys and we need to keep Joey Votto because he's the best ever. And Pete Rose should be in the Hall of Fame.

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Betty Tomlin Fields RedmanWhy do we lose all the players as soon as they have proven themselves to be good to great players? The Reds can't restructure when the players we've grown are traded or not signed. Have to say my husband and I are thoroughly disgusted with the Red's. Good luck Zack. We'll certainly miss you.

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Suzanne HouseI know baseball is a business, but it's just not right. Cozy had turned into a great ballplayer. I was told the rebuilding could take years, but come on.

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Danessa HigginsWhy are we trading everyone? This is ridiculous! The Reds need these guys to win a championship! And to train the younger guys to win! Zack is a great short stop & I I'm deeply saddened to see him go. Best wishes to him & his family! I will still root for you Zack, when we play against you. Just like I still root for Brandon Phillips, Jay Bruce, & Todd Frazier !

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Roger WernerWhy the Reds didn't trade him last year over the Summer is beyond stupid. Could have gotten bullpen help at the least and now nothing.

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Steve CashmanNote to Reds fans knocking the Reds for not paying Zach 12 mil per year at his age and recent injury woes. Thank god you're not making the decisions. To save you some heartache, here's a hint about the next few years. Until Homer is off the books, forget about any big contracts. Joey is also eating up 2 good players salaries, at least he earns it. But the Reds are gonna ride with these young guys at lower pay just like the Royals did, and when they require big paydays, they will be gone, just like in KC. 2018-2020 is the window. Beyond that, back to rebuilding.

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Steven HorsleyThe problem last year was pitching, not hitting. You will have Jesse Winker in the mix this year as well. There are 3 or 4 guys that could hit over 30 Home Runs and drive in over 80. It is the pitching which has been horrible and a lot of injuries. Some of that is to blame on the organzation, but you cant control injuries. Heck we had, I think 3 of the projected starters on the DL?

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Tim ClarkIf Adam Dunn was big Donkey, I guess Zack is lil Donkey... We'll miss him but he deserves to make big money and we'd had to have gotten a home town discount to make it make sense to keep him. I wonder if him and B. Phillips will start any playoff games together out there (or even be in as late game defensive replacements together). Angels and Yankees are going to be tough next year.

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Heather DanielleWhy do they get rid of all the good ones well there goes my favorite player such bs he is the whole reason i went to reds games

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Kenny Bierschenkwe keep sending good players away and never get anybody good in return; except for an occasional surprise good player, who we then send away, getting nothing in return....an endless cycle of mediocrity. The Cincinnati Reds' excuse is that all other teams in baseball can build good teams, but we can't afford to....very discouraging. May I suggest finding out how every single other team in baseball can rebuild by actually IMPROVING, but we can't?

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Ernie SalgadoCan blame money ball for stuff like this ,,, im,a national league reds fan, and angels fan,,,, so I'm happy and sad , I want that big red machine back.

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Michael HallWho cares about stupid tickett promotions not me..How about finishing some where other than last place...Star Wars is all fake fantasy land BS anyway LMAO

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Fred Scoglietti Jr.Boooo! not included in any other promo package as in previous couple years. Booo! Your only having the super Saturday promo package this year.

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Danny RichardsThey must be running out of giveaways to bring in fans

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Joseph RileyOnly available for that offer until the end of the year and then you'll find it for $10

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Douglas GarrettHow about Fielding a good team??? That may bring people to GABP!!!

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Kelly CesnikJim Lambert only 2 days before my bday!!!!!!!

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Sabrina BylkasKevin Crout this is what I need!!!

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Ramona McneelyThomas Richter check into this for us??

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Luke ClutsRenee Cluts you’ll need a vacation from school by then

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Luke ClutsStaci AndDamon Cluts Dad I think it’s time we make it back to this park

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Megan Shaffer FiedlerOmg Matt we must.

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Ana TurnerAwsome

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Jackie VanceJohn R. Kelley

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Bonnie EtchisonYes!!!

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Shantell MarieMindy Pope birthday present maybe ?

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Stephanie CahillRandin Bolin chewy bobble

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Ray S Travioli JrI can’t believe Cozart just signed with the Angels. Wish we had the money to sign our players instead of letting them leave for nothing in return.

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Marty BlackHeard it was unoriginal, underdeveloped, underwhelming garbage.

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Bruce StaningerI hope true baseball fans realize how special Votto’s career has been. I am in my 50s and he truly is one of the greatest players I have ever seen play the game.

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Matthew PriestI’m a tigers and cardinals fan originally but love Joey Votto. Also checked out your stadium. Really a greater place to watch a game!

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Ronald HarrisJoey Votto's looking over pitches reminds me of Stan Musial. Not in his stance but in his effort to "choose his pitch." He is pure hitter and I don't give a hoot about what the "nay-sayers" say about him eating up the available "Reds-dollars" I want him in Cincinnati.

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Greg LeesThat gave them a 7 game lead in the NL Central... I miss those days!

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Lewis UtzVotto's first career walk-off HR. I was at that game. It was the anniversary of Pete breaking ty Cobb's hit record.

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Adam ScarboroughKen Crabtree What a game, and what a ball club we had then, seems so long ago especially seeing some of the guys like Ramon Hernandez and Rolen, I believe this was also Chapman's rookie year

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Daniel BoozeLook how full that stadium was? It wasn't full because of Joey Votto, it was full because of the reds were winning. Take note management.

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James RhodesI was sitting behind homeplate in the Scout Seats and you knew it was gone the second he made contact. One of my top two GABP moments.

2 days ago   ·  2
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Jason StackhouseAlright!! I am getting baseball fever and it's not even CLOSE to pitcher and cathers reporting!! Love it!!

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Dale HattenI was there than night seated among bus loads of Canadians. They come down to see Votto since he's Canadian.

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Millie Storm FloydI love when they KNOW it is out of there and they just drop the bat and watch! Hurry back, baseball season! ❤️

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Barbara KaminskyWish we could have a 7 game lead someday again

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George DayWhy dose it said Scott Rolen 20th hr on the season lol

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Bob AllenVotto is the premier hitting of our era .. most disciplined hitter I've ever seen to be honest

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Tim Rosenbaum"Joey's done it again! The first of his career!" How do these sentences make sense together?

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Debbie SmithAh, there's my Joey Votto Always a stellar performance!

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Keith KacnerCincinnati doesn't deserve such a fine player.

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Doris Stoddart FultonLoved him more with hair, but he's the best!

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Jim ReinhardtTo bad they wouldn't give him any help. Should have built the team around and with him.

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Ben JohnsonWhy bother throwing a pitch to him lol....

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Branden RobertsAnybody else notice that it said Scott Rolen hit the homer at the top of the screen?

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Nate SpeersNow let’s build a team around him. He deserves a chance to win.

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Michael FlispartCrushed! Waaaaay over the 260' marker in left center...

2 days ago
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William JacksonOne of the greatest Reds of all time.He deserves to be on a winning team.

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Bob KentDefinitely the true 2017 MVP hands down period!

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Scott JacksonIs the bonus stocking stuffer available at Kenwood Mall??

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Nate SpeersSo if I win the caravan will come to Atlanta??

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Donnie AryJaci Lewis Raike if anyone can make this happen it is you.

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Ryan GainesMom?

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Lissa SimmonsYou can do it Jaci Lewis Raike!!

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Justin WeberAbsolutely loved hearing Mr Browning talk about his pitching strategy and how the majority of young pitchers can throw but don't understand how to pitch. Everything and everyone seems so focused on velocity. Velocity is not the answer. Knowing how to pitch is it and he explained how simple it can be.

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Sean WendtIf I have to see Jim Days 1985 front spike hair cut another year..... jim its a bad look bro, your not a teenager anymore lol. Tommy B the man and legend love that guy!

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Colby McCorkelLike both these guys a lot but there was ZERO for them to talk about regarding Reds activity at this week’s meetings.

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Jack FroschauerJim got embraced by Reds fans when he stopped taking himself so seriously. Glad to have you with us, Jim Day

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Chris GableIt's so good to see @jimday, I'm soooo ready for baseball!

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Kathy GriesingerJim Day has been very good on Radio when filling in. Are You Listening REDS?!

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Nancy BoyceI love Jim Day! He’s just so much fun to watch.

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Bruce BealsBeen a fan of Jim Day since he was at Channel 6 in Columbus.

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Beth Collinsdag, the one show that I miss - and look what I missed!

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Mark Langthe reds hot stove has cobwebs.

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Charles JonesSince there's no glory in the present time, teams (Reds) dwell on past glory. Lame.

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George J. YuhasNothing to see here

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Marsha BergsLove it

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Nick PhillipsJim Day is goofy dude is so annoying

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