Found October 11, 2012 on Redlegs Review:
PLAYERS: Dusty Baker
TEAMS: Cincinnati Reds
The home clubhouse at Great American Ball Park was filled with a group of dejected and stunned Redlegs after Thursday's season-ending loss to San Francisco. However, most members of the team was still able to break the silence and offer some quotes of reflection about the game, and season overall. Here are the notable ones: “It was a very good season. Great regular season. A good quick start to the postseason. We just weren’t able to close it out. It gives us more to build on. This team is talented enough and young enough to be in the hunt for a number years. We'll be back." - GM Walt Jocketty “I’m not sure where my career is going here in Cincinnati. We’re going to talk about that in the next couple of days. But I’m not through managing. I have more to do.” - Dusty Baker “He’s the only manager that I know. He’s who I’m comfortable with. He’s been great to the team, to me, to everyone. In my opinion, I would love to have him back. The feeling is mutual,
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