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“Look, I’ll tell you this – the only way you can be successful in this game is to be successful,”
Bad news first; Bryan Price has had a trying year full of injuries to key players, regrettable decisions, puzzling indecisions and a lot of losing. The Reds have loss in every way possible this year… they have...
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's office...
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 of first place and with...
CINCINNATI -- One of the dangers of losing games day after day after day is that a team accepts defeat, gets comfortable losing and as soon as something negative occurs the players shake their heads and say to themselves, "Here we go again."
That's a danger facing the Cincinnati Reds these days. They've scored two or fewer runs 21 times, exactly one third of their first 63 games...
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 […]
GOODYEAR, Ariz. -- Bryan Price awakened at 4 a.m. Wednesday, about 30 minutes before he usually awakens, "So I had about a 30-minute jump-start on the anxiety."
It was because it was the day of his debut, his first game as a baseball manager at any level -- his Cincinnati Reds against the Cleveland Indians in the first exhibition game of the spring.
Price, 51, a native of San Francisco...
Bryan Price felt a little out of place when he sat down in the manager's chair at the Cincinnati Reds' spring training complex on Thursday.
The first-time manager is getting used to things.
The Reds open spring training on Friday when pitchers and catchers report. Price will be front-and-center. He was elevated from pitching coach when Dusty Baker was fired after the Reds failed...
Via AP on Fox
February 13, 2014
You have to appreciate the candor of new manager Bryan Price. No matter whom the Reds pick up or lose in the off-season, Price says his team needs an attitude adjustment.
If the Reds don't believe they can beat out the top teams in the NL Central, they probably won't. Price has seen a lack of such belief in the Reds when it comes to facing at least one division opponent.