Found October 24, 2013 on Redlegs Review:
PLAYERS: Bryan Price
TEAMS: Cincinnati Reds
Your browser does not support iframes. New Reds skipper Bryan Price has become Cincinnati's most popular man to interview over the past few days. And rightfully so. The 51-year-old is taking over the reigns of one of the most storied franchises in professional sports. So, it is only natural for folks to be extremely curious to know everything they can about the California native, even if he has been around the organization since 2009 as the pitching coach. Seen here is a sit-down interview Price had with our friend Jamie Ramsey over at Better off Red. Take a look and listen in as Ramsey, who also serves as an assistant director of media relations for the club, asks Price a plethora of questions, ranging from serious to light-hearted. The first part of the interview can be seen in the video above while the second part can be seen below at the bottom of the post. I don't know about you, but given everything I have heard, read, and seen about Price, I can't hel...
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