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The world's most dangerous podcast, hosted by Chad Dotson (Redleg Nation, Cincinnati Magazine, "The Big 50: Cincinnati Reds"), Nate Dotson, and a rotating cast of characters. The Riverfront is a deep dive into the daily trials and tribulations of the Cincinnati Reds, filled with witty banter and the occasional reference to Lisalverto Bonilla.
 
The Locked On Reds podcast is the only daily podcast for Reds Country to get its fix from Great American Ballpark. Hosts Jeff Carr and Steven Offenbaker bring you a daily look at the Reds and their quest to climb out of the cellar of the National League and the NL Central with a roster full of unproven young talent. How are the Reds building for the future? How is Joey Votto building his Hall of Fame case? Is Hunter Greene the next Reds ace? Jeff and Steve answer these questions, and more, a ...
 
Reds Hot Stove League Show: Keep up-to-date with everything Cincinnati Reds in the offseason with this weekly show from the Reds Radio Network. Reds Regular Season Game Recap: Enjoy daily highlights and analysis from every Reds game. MLB.com Extras: Reds beat reporters join national correspondents to take an inside look ahead at the story lines and developing news that impact the team's outlook.
 
Justin and Cortland are here to break down each week of Cincinnati Reds action. We will do weekly recaps, projections, and issue awards that mean absolutely nothing! Subscribe and Share! Follow us on social media: Facebook: http://facebook.com/betteroffreds Twitter: http://twitter.com/betterredspod http://betteroffreds.com Contact us at show@betteroffreds.com
 
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Scott Rolen making the Hall of Fame, and Joey Votto being a shoe-in for it, has us wondering: which Cincinnati Reds player will be the next to be elected to the Hall of Fame after Joey? Also, does MLB need a salary cap? Will the Reds have a 20-game winner? Who will be the Reds team MVP for 2023? Those questions are answered, and more, on this bonus…
 
Chad and Nate return and try to make the case for why the Reds will be contenders. Plus all the news from the Reds caravan, what to expect from Tyler Stephenson, and we dream about a world where the Reds captivate the town like the Bengals have. Come join our ever-growing family of Cincinnati Reds fans (and support the podcast) on Patreon! You can …
 
The Cincinnati Reds farm system continues to get recognized as four players land in MLB Pipeline's Top-100 prospects list. Why more will soon join Elly De La Cruz, Noelvi Marte, Edwin Arroyo, and Cam Collier will be a big topic to begin today's Aloha Friday. Also, there are some interesting stats about your favorite Big Red Machine players like Ton…
 
Nick Krall has said the Cincinnati Reds roster is mostly set heading into Spring Training. While fans may be impatient with the overall plan of the Reds roster, it is the right plan. Krall has said some things about sustainability that lead Reds fans to purchase more antacid, but even Jerry Dipoto of the Seattle Mariners shares the same thoughts. D…
 
Scott Rosen getting elected into the Hall of Fame shows the potential of another Cincinnati Reds player when it comes time for him to be voted in. Which player that is and why Rolen shows us that this player will be the next Reds player voted into the Hall of Fame. Where does Scott Rosen rank among Reds third basemen and why does Willie Green come …
 
Chad and Nate got together again to discuss all the insanity surrounding your Cincinnati Reds. First up, we laugh uproariously at the ongoing clown show surrounding COO Phil Castellini, then we get a little optimistic. What's the best-case scenario for the 2023 Reds? The answer might surprise you! Come join our ever-growing family of Cincinnati Red…
 
The Cincinnati Reds have announced the players going on the Winter Caravan for various parts of Reds Country. Jose Barrero, TJ Friedl, Alejo Lopez, as well as manager David Bell and some key prospects will be signing autographs and taking pictures with fans. Also on this LIVE episode, we take your questions and comments on the Reds and the season a…
 
Elly De La Cruz is coming in 2023 for the Cincinnati Reds and he will be absolutely exciting to watch. There are other players to be excited about for the Reds in 2023, starting with...a guy that Lindsay Crosby from Locked On MLB Prospects has picked out. Which prospects could make an impact on the Reds in the outfield and why is it most likely to …
 
The Cincinnati Reds owner's son, Phil Castellini, contrived an embarrassing display of ignorance in front of a key supporter group. What he said that was so wrong (pretty much everything) and why Phil's antics will not deter some Reds fans...as much as Castellini may try. The Reds also avoided arbitration with every player eligible. The Reds also s…
 
The Cincinnati Reds have a roster that is loaded with opportunities. Guys like Michael Siani, Matt McLain, and other prospects who aren't Elly de la Cruz could come up and earn a spot with some good play. What is up with the Reds bullpen and why has the front office done nothing to make it better? Which Reds hitter will benefit the most from the re…
 
The Cincinnati Reds have not seen the promised prospect, Nick Senzel, live up to the hype. Reds fans have waited for a while to see Senzel breakout and are fed up with waiting, calling him a bust. Senzel remains vital to the 2023 team, though. The Reds do not improve without Senzel improving this season. We will also take your questions and thought…
 
Chad and Nate were joined by Matt Wilkes of Reds Content Plus for a rousing discussion of the 2023 Reds. --What's the best case scenario for the club? (Two of us believe that the team could maybe, possibly, conceivably make the playoffs. Really.) --Why did Johnny Cueto betray us? --Would you accept 9 more losing seasons in exchange for a 2032 World…
 
If the Cincinnati Reds made a lineup today, there are nine specific players who should be in it. Jonathan India should bat leadoff and Tyler Stephenson cleanup...but where do the other players fit? Jeff and Steve discuss how Joey Votto fits. Where do you put Nick Senzel? Can you count on Spencer Steer? Do we believe the talent of Jake Fraley? Can J…
 
Johnny Cueto is a Miami Marlin, did the Cincinnati Reds ,its out on him? Why the Reds didn't sign him and why the Reds did Reds Country a favor by not signing him AND TRADING HIM will be how we begin today's podcast. Then we pivot to the concern the Reds braintrust should have over Nashville being a possible expansion city for MLB. This could drast…
 
Move Jose Barrero to center field? Move Elly de la Cruz to third base? Why would Johnny Cueto want to come to Cincinnati? We answer those questions and more about the Cincinnati Reds and more on today's bonus edition of the pod. *SUBSCRIBE* on YouTube and *FOLLOW* the podcast on your favorite app and on Twitter and Instagram @lockedonreds Also foll…
 
Joey Votto said on 700 WLW that his surgically repaired shoulder isn't fully healed yet. Will he be ready to play for the Cincinnati Reds on Opening Day? Also, what would a possible signing of Johnny Cueto do for this pitching staff? It's another live Aloha edition of the Locked On Reds podcast! Follow & Subscribe on all Podcast platforms… 🎧 https:…
 
Chad and Nate got together this week to discuss the Reds news and answer a boatload of Viewer Mail questions. The questions this week ranged from the best "what if?" scenarios in Reds history to remembering Jeff Treadway and Joe Oliver to reasons for hope in 2023. We also cast the roles for the film version of the 2023 Reds. Who plays Phil Castelli…
 
Johnny Cueto listed th Cincinnati Reds as one of the final three teams he may sign with, per Ken Rosenthal. Jeff and Steve look at why he would be an awesome fit but why it would be surprising if he does choose the Reds. The bullpen looks like a big question mark but does have upside. Alexis Diaz is the obvious choice for the one we have the most c…
 
Elly de la Cruz is the next big thing for the Cincinnati Reds. The Reds absolutely need to get him at least 100 starts in 2023. The outfield seems to be a mess for the Reds and a plan needs to be evident this season. Who will be the stud of the outfield and why the Reds best hope seems to be Matt McLain. Also, the Reds need to sign at least one lon…
 
How much of a chance will the Cincinnati Reds give Jose Barrero? Will the Reds see Joey Votto back in 2024? Will the Reds get more than one All Star in 2023. We look at these questions and more on today's bonus Q&A portion of the Live Aloha Edition of the Locked On Reds podcast. *SUBSCRIBE* on YouTube and *FOLLOW* the podcast on your favorite app a…
 
The Cincinnati Reds have reasons to be optimistic about a better 2023 than 2022, and Elly De La Cruz is a huge reason. Why De La Cruz is so hyped, why the hype is deserved, and what Reds fans can expect from the newcomer will be the main focus of today's LIVE edition of the podcast. *SUBSCRIBE* on YouTube and *FOLLOW* the podcast on your favorite a…
 
Chad and Nate discuss the news of the Reds week, including actual transactions! Welcome Wil Myers, welcome back Curt Casali, so long Mike Moustakas. Topic of the week: our New Year's Reds-olutions! You are invited to join our ever-growing family of Cincinnati Reds fans (and support the podcast) on Patreon! You can also give us a like and subscribe …
 
The Cincinnati Reds best position group is catcher. Nick Krall did a good job of strengthening the position by bolstering the spots behind Tyler Stephenson with Curt Casali and Luke Maile. This position group will be a big reason why the Reds are better next year. But will David Bell be a reason they are better? We try to quantify whether Bell is a…
 
The Cincinnati Reds were recently ranked at the worst team by ESPN. In the article, the Reds are predicted to lose 102 games. Jeff is confident that is wrong and says the Reds will win 75 games. Steve is skeptical of Jeff's optimistic view of the Reds win total, but still believes ESPN to be wrong. The two reasons why Jeff sees the Reds winning 75 …
 
From Aaron Judge's home run record, to championships for the Warriors, Rams, Astros, and Avalanche, to retirements of Coach K, Sue Bird, and Tom Brady retiring and un-retiring. 2022 was a big year in sports. In this year end special we look back on the biggest stories, the biggest games, and the superstars who called it a career. Linktree.com/Locke…
 
What was Mike Moustakas' most memorable moment as a Cincinnati Reds player? Why is Spencer Steer the best candidate to play third base? Will Nick Senzel get a shot at third base? Would you trade Tyler Stephenson, Jonathan India, or Alexis Diaz? Which Cincinnati Reds player is untouchable? We Answer these and more on our latest live edition of the L…
 
The Cincinnati Reds made three big moves yesterday by letting go of Mike Moustakas and adding Wil Myers and Curt Casali. What Nick Krall said about these moves is exciting, we'll tell you why. This also makes the lineup stronger because of two words: Tyler Stephenson. It's another live Aloha Friday on Locked On Reds! *SUBSCRIBE* on YouTube and *FOL…
 
In the absence of any actual news to discuss this week, it's a good time for Chad Dotson and Chris Garber to do a deep dive into the 1990 World Series champion Cincinnati Reds. Day by day, game by game, Chad and Chris talk about their personal memories from that season and what it was like to love a team who went wire to wire. (This episode was ori…
 
The Cincinnati Reds signed Wil Myers to a one year, $7.5 million contract on Thursday. Myers is an excellent bat against left-handed pitchers and fields well in right field. Myers will help solidify the Reds lineup early and often. This is another great Reds offseason move by Nick Krall. Jose Barrero has not stopped working since the season ended a…
 
Tom Browning passed away earlier this week leaving many saddened Cincinnati Reds fans. Browning left a legacy of pitching and enjoying the game that will be missed by all in Reds country. The Reds saw the growth of Jake Fraley who could be an important player for them in the future. The Reds must put Fraley in a position to succeed, which means mak…
 
As we celebrate the life and career of Reds Hall of Famer Tom Browning, who passed away this week at age 62, Chad has some thoughts about Browning's legacy. Then we dive into The Riverfront archives; all the way back in July of 2009, Browning joined us to talk about his career and much more. Rest in peace, Mr. Perfect. You are invited to join our e…
 
Will the Cincinnati Reds move Elly De La Cruz to center field? Will they trade for an outfielder? Who will the Reds sign to an extension first? Will the Reds sign any outfielders like Adam Duvall or Andrew McCutcheon? This is a bonus edition of Locked On Reds where we took questions from th YouTube audience on our live Aloha Friday episode of Locke…
 
The Cincinnati Reds hot stove is cooking and we will look at rumors surrounding possible free agent signings, like Johnny Cueto, and trades that the Reds can make as Nick Krall builds this roster for the 2022 MLB season. Also, would you trade Joey Votto if he starts out 2023 hot? *SUBSCRIBE* on YouTube and *FOLLOW* the podcast on your favorite app …
 
Chad and Nate got together again to discuss everything happening around the Cincinnati Reds, using quotes from popular Christmas movies. It's that time of year! We discussed Ken Rosenthal's frank statements about Reds ownership, Johnny Cueto's potential return, and whether 2023 will be the last time we'll see Joey Votto in a Reds uniform. Also: ele…
 
The Cincinnati Red are interested in reuniting with a popular former pitcher. Why they should make the move yesterday and why this isn't the biggest move they could this offseason, but it's close. The biggest move the Reds could make would be to extend Jonathan India. His leadership, his commitment to the team, and his talent solidify his candidacy…
 
The Cincinnati Reds completed their trade with the San Francisco Giants by adding right hander Jake Wong. Nick Krall makes another savvy low risk, high reward type move as Wong could potentially be a bullpen arm for the Reds. The Reds are also looking for outfielders and the Arizona Diamondbacks' Alek Thomas should be the primary target. Thomas wou…
 
The Cincinnati Reds are one of the lowest payroll teams in the game now and the question is, could the Castellini's sell the team? Ken Rosenthal brought up that the Reds are one of three teams that need a change in leadership to compete with the big payrolls of the sport. Steve Cohen for the New York Mets has changed the game and the market has nev…
 
The Cincinnati Reds are in the trade market. Nick Krall has said there are "prospect for prospect" trades being discussed and Ken Rosenthal reports the Reds are looking to trade infielders for outfielders. This is the next step for Krall to turn the Reds into a winning organization. Why the Reds making this kind of trade is plausible, who the Reds …
 
The Cincinnati Reds have some frustrated fans. Nick Krall said he is not going to make a move to appease anyone, he is going to make a move because it makes the Reds better. Will the Reds sign any extensions for Tyler Stephenson or Jonathan India this offseason? How does Vladimir Gutierrez factor into the future? We take your comments and questions…
 
The Cincinnati Reds are sticking to the plan for building a winner. It's just going to take time. Nick Krall confirmed what the plan is and that the Reds are sticking to it this offseason. It's time to align our expectations with what the Reds are doing instead of what we wished the Reds were doing. This offseason is about making sure the Reds have…
 
Chad Dotson and Bill Lack got together to discuss everything happening around the Cincinnati Reds, including Kyle Farmer's comments this week. Do players actually love playing in Cincinnati? And if so, why? There are plenty of great reasons, as it turns out. We also talked about Johnny Cueto's potential return to town and the possibility of Andrew …
 
Tyler Stephenson and the Cincinnati Reds will be attacking the new rule changes from day one in Spring Training. Stephenson's view of prospects comes from his own experience as a top prospect for the Reds and his conclusion may surprise you. With these new rule changes, how will catchers like Stephenson adapt? Tyler also got his first experience at…
 
Tyler Stephenson is a phenomenal catcher for the Cincinnati Reds and a huge reason for optimism around the Reds future. Stephenson joins Jeff and Steve on today's podcast. What number of games could he catch and feel okay, physically, for the Reds during the season? How was Tyler's first year using pitch com? What is a typical strategy meeting for …
 
David Bell spoke with the media at the Winter Meetings giving some key answers about plans for the Cincinnati Reds. Nick Senzel has a role on this team and will be ready for Opening Day. Jonathan India has a position and he is not moving. India is part of. group that includes Joey Votto, Tyler Stephenson, and Spencer Steer as key members of the eve…
 
There's a big picture the Cincinnati Reds should see from Redsfest. They had a narrative that the Reds wanted fans to see, but the club should see what Reds fans were trying to show to them. Jeff looks at how the Reds put themselves out on a limb with their narrative at Redsfest and some highlights for him from the event including the acquisition o…
 
Chad and Nate got together again to discuss the week that was for the Cincinnati Reds. RedsFest is upon us, and we have two new inductees into the Reds Hall of Fame. The Reds sign a backup catcher who is perfectly cromulent, and we say goodbye to an old friend who is headed to Japan. Big week, right? Well, the biggest news of the week was Joey Vott…
 
The Cincinnati Reds have some early projections from Fangraphs in and they are not promising. Jeff and Steve look at the bright spots like Nick Lodolo, Hunter Greene, Graham Ashcraft, and Tyler Stephenson, and they look at everyone else. The Reds need to add a few pieces here and there to offset the deficiencies in this roster. Also, its Redsfest b…
 
The Cincinnati Reds made official their new hitting coach and his two assistants. Jeff and Steve look at how this signals a change in approach to coaching hitting. There are a few coaching moves the Reds made to get guys into the right position, as well. Also, the Reds added Danny Graves and former general manager Gabe Paul to the Reds Hall of Fame…
 
Graham Ashcraft hit the ground running for the Cincinnati Reds in 2022 and looks to be a huge part of the Reds future success, but it wasn't always that way. Jeff and Steve look at how Ashcraft came out of nowhere to be a key member of the core of the Reds moving forward. They look at how Ashcraft was off the Reds top-30 prospect lists until 2021 w…
 
The Cincinnati Reds signed Luke Maile to be their backup catcher, a move that signifies the amount of playing time Tyler Stephenson will have behind the plate. Jeff and Steve look at why this isn't the move they thought the Reds would do and now look at how they can accomplish the goal of protecting Stephenson. Does the Maile signing preclude the R…
 
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