BRYAN PRICE RUMORS & GOSSIP
The Reds nearly got no-hit by Jake Arrieta last night. They ended up “only” getting one-hit. So how did Reds manager Bryan Price respond? HE BENCHED EVERYONE:
— John Fay (@johnfayman) September 17, 2014
Well, pretty close to it, anyway. Ryan Ludwick and Ramon Santiago are...
The 2015 regular season schedule was unveiled for the Reds today, and aside from Cincinnati hosting the All-Star Game, the slate doesn't exactly boast the same Interleague buzz as it has in the past.Next year, Bryan Price's club will get the opportunity to stay a little closer to home (as far as Interleague play goes) with trips to Kansas City, Chicago and Detroit instead...
In this season in general and in the 17 games since the All-Star break in particular, the Reds have found many different ways to lose games.
But Monday's 7-1 loss to the Indians was different, at least for Reds manager Bryan Price.
"What was disappointing and unacceptable tonight was that we didn't have our head in the game at all, especially in the first five innings...
CLEVELAND -- Bryan Price isn't going to pull any bases from the ground and discus toss them into the outfield but it isn't difficult to tell when the Reds manager is upset.
He was upset Monday night.
The Reds lost the opener of their four-game, home-and-home series with Cleveland, 7-1, at Progressive Field. How they lost was what had Price incensed as he sat in the manager...
CLEVELAND -- Bryan Price lamented over the Reds' last homestand how the offense had lost its way. The approach at the plate wasn't as focused on the situation as he had come to see during a run up to the All-Star break, a run that saw the Reds cut what had been as much as an 8Â½ game deficit in the NL Central standings to just 1Â½ games.
Price saw too much swinging for...
CINCINNATI -- Bryan Price did a little sword falling on Wednesday. The Reds' manager lamented some late-game maneuvering that he felt did his team a disservice in a 5-4 loss to Arizona, a loss that closed out a forgettable homestand and extended the club's struggles after the All-Star Game.
That's all well and good for Price to say but the bottom line is any button he...
CINCINNATI -- With the non-waivers trade deadline a day away, the question in Cincinnati Reds country is: "Buyers or sellers?"
Using one of manager Bryan Price's favorite sayings, "The Reds are kicking the tires."
To some, the 2014 season seems a lost cause because the Reds are in fourth place in the National League Central. But they are only five games out...
Bryan Price is already a household name within baseball circles.
Well, the name Bryan Price at least.
When fans hear the name their thoughts would probably jump to the current manager of the Cincinnati Reds. But two hours to the northeast there’s another Bryan Price, one who is climbing the minor league ladder in search of the big time.
Columbus Clippers reliever Bryan Price seems...
Cincinnati Reds manager Bryan Price had seen enough during his team’s game against the Washington Nationals on Thursday. With the Reds hitless through three innings and having committed four errors in a loss the previous night, Price decided the time was right for a motivational speech. His players appreciated it. After the 2-1 victory, Brandon […]
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The IBI's 2014 Indians Top 50 Prospect countdown continues with right-handed reliever Bryan Price. Price had an exceptional spike in his performance last season and found his way onto the Indians 40-man roster in the offseason and is in the mix for a bullpen spot in Cleveland sometime this coming season. In this detailed scouting report, the IBI's Tony Lastoria explains the...