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Reds general manager Walt Jocketty went on the air with Bill Cunningham of 700 WLW on Wednesday and touched upon a variety of topics.
Some of these topics included Bryan Price being named the new manager, Joey Votto's approach to hitting, the prospect of keeping Shin-Soo Choo in Cincinnati, and the Brandon Phillips-C. Trent Rosecrans incident, among others.
This interview is really worth listening to, guys. Jocketty discusses a lot of things Reds fans have been talking and wondering about as of late.
He also said this about preparing the Reds for the 2014 season: "We are going to take a much tougher approach to preparing this club, I know what it takes to win."
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The 61st manager in Cincinnati Reds history was officially introduced in a press conference on Tuesday.
That man is none other than Bryan Price, who previously served as the pitching coach for four seasons, and will be tasked to try and take the franchise to its fourth postseason in five years.
Seen in the video above is general manager...
The Price is right, folks! As expected, the Reds are set to name pitching coach Bryan Price as the team's new manager in a press conference on Tuesday. Ken Rosenthal of FOX Sports and John Fay of the Cincinnati Enquirer were one of the first members of the media to break the news. Price will replace the recently fired Dusty Baker, who led Cincinnati to three playoff berths in...
Here are some notable quotes from Bryan Price regarding his managerial philosophy:
+ On hitting philosophy: "More than anything, it's strike zone command. It's understanding what a good pitch looks like and being able to put a good pass on it and put ball on the barrel with frequency. I don't know if that's a philosophy. That's trying to get back to the...
The Cincinnati Reds will announce that Bryan Price will become the new manager later this afternoon.
So I guess people want me to weigh in on Bryan Price being named manager of the Cincinnati Reds. Do I have to?
It’s not that I am not happy or excited about the move, a move that was pretty predictable from the day Dusty Baker was fired. It’s just that I’m not yet ready to start talking Reds again. Like what happened a few weeks ago never happened.
My initial feeling on it...
Here are some notable quotes from Bryan Price regarding his managerial philosophy:+ On hitting philosophy: "More than anything, it's strike zone command. It's understanding what a good pitch looks like and being able to put a good pass on it and put ball on the barrel with frequency. I don't know if that's a philosophy. That's trying to get back to the fundamentals...
Cincinnati Reds hire Bryan Price as manager
We speculated that he was the front runner, both on the website and the radio show. Now it appears that Bryan Price, the Reds former pitching coach, will become their next manager.
According to reports, the Reds will announce Price as the 61st manager in team history on Tuesday afternoon at Great American Ballpark. Price replaces Dusty...
New Cincinnati Reds manager Bryan Price wouldn’t commit to keeping flamethrower Aroldis Chapman in the bullpen next season. Cincinnati axed Dusty Baker three days after their Wild Card loss to Pittsburgh and Price was formally named the organization’s skipper on Tuesday. Unlike Price, Baker always felt the 25-year-old Chapman (4-5, 2.54 ERA) was designed to be a closer. Once...
The Reds’ 61st manager, Bryan Price, had been the pitching coach for the Cincinnati Reds since taking over for Dick Pole in 2009.In about 15 minutes, we’ll get to hear from the Reds’ new manager:
FOX Sports Ohio will carry today’s Cincinnati Reds press conference live from Great American Ball Park. Reds broadcasters Jim Day and Chris Welsh will report live starting at 3...
One of MLB's most surprising managerial openings is set to be filled before the offseason even begins. USA Today's Bob Nightengale reported Monday night that the Reds will name pitching coach Bryan Price as their new manager. Paul Daugherty of the Cincinnati Enquirer confirmed the team will hold a press conference on Tuesday to make the announcement.
Price, 51, has...
Photo courtesy piratesprospects.com We learned late last night that the Phillies lost out on Bryan Price, a candidate for the open pitching coach position. Price accepted the manager's job with the Cincinnati Reds. Today another name emerged as a candidate for the Phillies open position for the first time: Pittsburgh...
The Reds stayed in-house for their next manager, giving pitching
coach Bryan Price a three-year deal Tuesday to take the team deep
into the playoffs.
After the dismissal of Dusty Baker some expected Cincinnati to wait until the completion of the post season to name his replacement. Instead the Reds stayed inside their organization and announced the promotion of pitching coach Bryan Price into the position the day before the start of the World Series.
The Reds stayed in-house for their next manager, choosing pitching coach Bryan Price to replace Dusty Baker on Tuesday, according to a person familiar with the decision.
The club planned to introduce the 51-year-old Price at a news conference later in the day. The person spoke on condition of anonymity because no announcement had been made.
The Cincinnati Enquirer first reported...