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Red Reporter Apr 20, 2018
18 Games that got Bryan Price fired

18 Games that got Bryan Price fired

Selective endpoints on the 2018 Reds: Games 1-18. Welcome back to 18 Games at a Time! This is where I get to break down the Reds season into 9 different 18-game capsules and talk about all the awesome things they did over the last 18 games. I know you all are just excited to read about the last 18 games as I was to recap it, so let’s get down to it. Jesus Christ, that was bad. There is really no other way to put it. The losing, while frustrating, is understandable. We expected the Reds to start turning a corner in 2018, but we never truly expected them to compete for a playoff spot. They...
Call to the Pen Apr 20, 2018

Cincinnati Reds issues go back to their inability to develop pitching

It has been a long time since the glory days of the Cincinnati Reds. Given their inability to develop pitching, their current futility may last even longer. With the Cincinnati Reds languishing at 3-15 on the season, it is easy to blame Bryan Price for the team’s failures. He had managed into his fifth season, […] Cincinnati Reds issues go back to their inability to develop pitching - Call to the Pen - Call to the Pen - A Major League Baseball Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and More
Cincinnati.com Apr 20, 2018
Guest TML: Watching Blue Jackets-Capitals is like watching Marvin Lews v. Mick Cronin

Guest TML: Watching Blue Jackets-Capitals is like watching Marvin Lews v. Mick Cronin

On a macro level, I lay the blame for the state of the Reds at the feet of the nepotistically hired general manager, Dick Williams.         
Red Reporter Apr 20, 2018
Farmers Only - Jesus Reyes strikes out almost everyone

Farmers Only - Jesus Reyes strikes out almost everyone

All the Thursday action from the Cincinnati Reds farm. Brandon Larson Honorary Star of the Night Jesus Reyes earned a spot on the 40-man roster of the Cincinnati Reds after his 2017 campaign, one that saw him post a 3.60 ERA in 137.1 IP spent between A+ Daytona and AA Pensacola. His 2018 season got off to a bit of a rocky start with the Blue Wahoos, but his Thursday effort showed the upside that landed him a roster spot to begin with. He retired 15 batters in his Pensacola start, and 9 of them came via K. That’s the kind of effort that’ll have a few more eyes on the 25 year...
Dave Clark / Cincinnati.com Apr 19, 2018
MLB Network's 'Play Ball' to feature Reds' Votto, Gennett, Barnhart

MLB Network's 'Play Ball' to feature Reds' Votto, Gennett, Barnhart

The three Reds will be featured on MLB Networks kid-focused show on Saturday.         
Dave Clark / Cincinnati.com Apr 19, 2018
Most memorable Bryan Price moments as Cincinnati Reds' manager

Most memorable Bryan Price moments as Cincinnati Reds' manager

What will you remember most about Price from his time with the Reds?         
The Denver Post Apr 19, 2018

Bryan Price fired as Cincinnati Reds manager after 3-15 start

The Reds fired Bryan Price on Thursday after their 3-15 start, the first managerial change in the major leagues this season.
Red Reporter Apr 19, 2018
Firing Bryan Price was both unfortunate and inevitable

Firing Bryan Price was both unfortunate and inevitable

Welcome to Phase II of the long, long rebuild. There is a large portion of me that feels bad for Bryan Price, and has for quite some time. Since taking over as manager of the Cincinnati Reds prior to the 2014 season, he has watched a sinking ship jettison valuable player after valuable player, turning what had been an NL Central juggernaut into a youth movement with few stalwarts left over. Then, even those stalwarts began to falter, with injuries to Joey Votto, Ryan Ludwick, and Homer Bailey immediately torpedoing his first season, with Bailey’s issues continuing thereafter alongside...
Cincinnati.com Apr 19, 2018
Get to know Cincinnati Reds interim manager Jim Riggleman

Get to know Cincinnati Reds interim manager Jim Riggleman

Riggleman managed Triple-A Louisville in 2013 and ’14. He moved the big league staff in ’15 as third base coach. He’s been Bryan Price’s bench coach the last three years.         
Dave Clark / Cincinnati.com Apr 19, 2018
Bryan Price managed Reds longer than McKeon, Piniella, Boone

Bryan Price managed Reds longer than McKeon, Piniella, Boone

Bryan Price was the Reds manager for 666 games.         
Call to the Pen Apr 19, 2018

Cincinnati Reds historically bad season just got much worse, or better from a certain point of view

The Cincinnati Reds historically bad season just got much worse, after firing their manager and pitching coach after a horrendous 3-15 start. From the infamous words of Brett Myers: Boom! Outta here. That’s the news (now former) Cincinnati Reds manager Bryan Price and pitching coach Mack Jenkins woke up hearing this morning, as both parties were fired […] Cincinnati Reds historically bad season just got much worse, or better from a certain point of view - Call to the Pen - Call to the Pen - A Major League Baseball Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and More
Cincinnati.com Apr 19, 2018
Cincinnati Reds fire manager Bryan Price

Cincinnati Reds fire manager Bryan Price

The team will conduct a search for a permanent replacement later in the year.         
Cincinnati.com Apr 19, 2018
Cincinnati Reds 2018: Barry Larkin, John Farrell, Buddy Bell or Jim Riggleman may be next

Cincinnati Reds 2018: Barry Larkin, John Farrell, Buddy Bell or Jim Riggleman may be next

After firing Bryan Price, here are some options for the Cincinnati Reds next skipper.         
Red Reporter Apr 19, 2018
Breaking: Reds fire Bryan Price, Mack Jenkins

Breaking: Reds fire Bryan Price, Mack Jenkins

After a 3-15 start, the Reds have given Bryan Price the boot, along with his pitching coach. The Reds have announced they are replacing manager Bryan Price and pitching coach Mack Jenkins. Effective immediately, bench coach Jim Riggleman is interim manager, Louisville manager Pat Kelly is bench coach, and Pensacola pitching coach Danny Darwin is major league staff.— Cincinnati Reds (@Reds) April 19, 2018 Price exits his post with a .419 winning percentage in just over 4 seasons as the Reds’ manager. Also leaving is Mack Jenkins, who replaced Mark Riggins in July of 2016. Jim...
Cincinnati.com Apr 19, 2018
Social media reactions to Cincinnati Reds firing Bryan Price

Social media reactions to Cincinnati Reds firing Bryan Price

Not only is the 3-15 start the worst in the major leagues, its the worst in team history.         

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