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We’re back and better than ever here on Redleg Weekly! Happy Pi Day everyone, 3.14. What are the Reds going to do with Paul Janish? Todd Frazier? Who is this Denis Phipps guy we keep hearing about? Also if you do subscribe and listen to us on iTunes we would certainly appreciate if you would leave a review! In this week’s show: Denis Who? Can you get behind Spring Training? Do you take any stock in results? Wins/losses? Shoutouts Will Paul Janish make the Opening Day roster? Will Todd Frazier? Our NCAA Final Four brackets Title: Happy Pi Day Show Length: 29:19 File Size: 13.6 mb SUBSCRIBE TO REDLEG WEEKLY WITH THESE PROGRAMS – Now available on Stitcher! Or you can enter http://feeds.feedburner.com/redlegweekly into which ever feed reader you choose to use.
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