Found April 16, 2012 on RedLegFans:
Last week wasn’t your best example of Reds baseball, losers of 2 out of 3 vs the Cardinals, losers of 3 out of 4 against the Nationals. At 4-6, this couldn’t possibly have been the start Bob Castellini and Walt Jocketty were expecting. The Reds offense is in shambles, but hey at least they’re pitching! If you listen to us on iTunes we would certainly appreciate if you would leave a review! In this week’s show: Dusty’s weird Friday the 13th Mr. Vottomatic comes through on Sunday to avoid the sweep Shoutouts/Announcements Dylan, David and Seubs preview the upcoming series vs the Cardinals Title: A Taxing Ten Games Show Length: 32:21 File Size: 15 mb SUBSCRIBE TO REDLEG WEEKLY WITH THESE PROGRAMS Or you can enter http://feeds.feedburner.com/redlegweekly into which ever feed reader you choose to use.
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