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The Locked On Reds podcast is the only daily podcast for Reds Country to get its fix from Great American Ballpark. Host Jeff Carr takes a daily look at the offseason that will (hopefully) see the Reds set up for success in 2022 after missing the playoffs in 2021. Part of the Locked On Podcast Network. Your team. Every day.
 
Reds Hot Stove League Show: Keep up-to-date with everything Cincinnati Reds in the offseason with this weekly show from the Reds Radio Network. Reds Regular Season Game Recap: Enjoy daily highlights and analysis from every Reds game. MLB.com Extras: Reds beat reporters join national correspondents to take an inside look ahead at the story lines and developing news that impact the team's outlook.
 
Take deep dives with Reds broadcaster Jim Day as he interviews current and former Reds players, coaches, broadcasters, celebrities and those that make news in the baseball and sports world. Jim will feature unique and relaxed conversations that will take you in between the lines and away from the field of play or the broadcast booth. Deep dive into what makes these celebrities tick as sports meets pop culture on the Jim Day Podcast. One click subscribes you to every episode.
 
We are Da SportsJunkiez... We talk about everything sports from the current week, and maybe even some old throwback stuff if we feel like it. We love sports and talk everything sports... Favorite teams include: Cleveland Browns, Dayton Flyers, New York Yankees, Cincinnati Reds, Detroit Red Wings and Los Angeles Lakers... Come check us out. We will respond to questions and comments on the show if you follow us on twitter and tweet us or send us an email... Emails are: caseydasportsjunkiez@gma ...
 
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The non-tender deadline came and went and the only player the Cincinnati Reds non-tendered, Brandon Bailey, they turned around and signed to a minor league deal. There are also rumors that persist that Luis Castillo, Sonny Gray, or Tyler Mahle may be headed somewhere else and why Michael Lorenzen wasn't returning to Cincinnati. Also, with the MLB l…
 
Things have been a little wild here in Cincinnati Bearcats Nation the last 48 hours. We breakdown the coaching moves, rumors, and scenarios. We also talk about the CFP Rankings that kept us at #4. How do we feel this week ahead of the Cincinnati Bearcats Basketball game vs Miami (Oxford). Are the Cincinnati Bengals legit after a big win over the Pi…
 
Today is the Non-tender Deadline for MLB as the lockout looms on December 2nd and the Cincinnati Reds have a few players that some people see as candidates to be non-tendered. We talk about Amir Garrett, Tyler Naquin, Jeff Hoffman, and Aristides Aquino and why the Reds may actually keep them instead of moving on from them. We also look at Tyler Naq…
 
The Cincinnati Reds, Oakland Athletics, Texas Rangers, and Pittsburgh Pirates are all in some level of non-competition as the offseason that will shape the 2022 season gets going. Jeff is joined by Jason Burke (Locked On A's), Brice Paterik (Locked On Rangers), and Ethan Smith (Locked On Pirates) to look at where their teams are in this MLB. They a…
 
The Cincinnati Reds have said they're worried about budgets, the St Louis Cardinals have said they have money. Jeff and Lucas conclude their conversation by breaking down what is going on with their teams, as the Hot Stove gets going. They look at some moves each team should make and talk a bit about the managerial change from Mike Shildt to Oliver…
 
The MLB Hall of Fame ballot has been released and there are a few guys who deserve to get in to the Hall this year. Jeff is joined by Lucas Smith, from Locked On Cardinals, to talk about why they believe there will be some players voted in (unlike last year), including some steroid era players like Barry Bonds and Roger Clemens. They also talk abou…
 
Tonight we react to the Cincinnati Bearcats Football team placing 4th in the CFP seating.Immediately followed by Cincinnati Bearcats Basketball reaction to Monday's game vs Illinois and we have a Virtual Watch Party for tonight's game vs Arkansas. And of course #60SecondsWithEd
 
The Cincinnati Reds are telling us they won't spend money in free agency and are "realigning payroll" instead of prioritizing winning. So here is a way they can maximize the value of the players they have for competitiveness in a year or two: the Alfredo Simon Rule. Jeff explains what that is, why it's important, and who the Reds could use as trade…
 
The Cincinnati Reds are "realigning payroll" this offseason, but they've also said they're not tanking. So what is it? Jeff tries to expound on what the Reds aren't saying and gives an idea as to how the Reds can improve the team. Nick Krall got all of Reds Country in a tizzy when he said the focus would be "realigning payroll" this offseason. But …
 
The Cincinnati Reds added Hunter Greene, Alexis Diaz, Daniel Duarte, James Marinan, and Allan Cerda to the 40-man roster on Friday. The move protects them from the Rule 5 Draft and keeps them a Red. Jeff is joined by Doug Gray to break down why each player was added to the 40-man roster for the Reds and what it means for a couple of guys not added.…
 
Jonathan India built an impressive season to become NL Rookie of the Year, but is it the best ever for a Cincinnati Reds player? We break down the other seven Reds Rookie of Year Winners and match India's performance up with each of them. Then to finish off the pod, we rank India's season amongst the eight and look at one Rookie of the Year winner …
 
Jonathan India won the NL Rookie of the Year Award after largely being an afterthought this spring training. Jeff is joined by Bobby Nightengale to talk about the dominance of the Cincinnati Reds second baseman and what he means to the team, moving forward. They also talk about Joey Votto and what we can expect from him next year, whether the Reds …
 
Tonight the Cincinnati Bearcats Football team remained in the 5 spot for the CFP Rankings. We talk about Friday nights game and look forward to this weeks game. Also tonight the Cincinnati Bearcats Basketball team played against Alabama A&M, and we also talk about the Georgia game from Saturday night. Some Cincinnati Reds won some awards this week.…
 
Jonathan India won the NL Rookie of the Year in the most obvious vote, ever (except for the one guy who voted for Trevor Rogers). India is at the head of a group of five-to-six players who are the core of the Cincinnati Reds future. The challenge will be how the Reds support this core. Jonathan India's baseball IQ proved to be ultra-impressive and …
 
Jonathan India had an amazing rookie season and has swept pretty much every rookie of the year award to this point, so there's no way the Cincinnati Reds second baseman will miss out on the BBWAA NL Rookie of the Year award...right? Before Jeff tells you why Dylan Carlson or Trevor Rogers might steal the show, he looks at something MLB and the Play…
 
Nick Krall tipped his hand at the beginning of this offseason by saying the Cincinnati Reds would "realign the payroll with their budget." The Reds are going to begin a new rebuild, this offseason. IT doesn't have to be to the level of decimation and negative timeline of 2015, though, as the Reds have players who could bring in a favorable return. …
 
There was a point when the Big Red Machine was taken apart. Players were traded away, or let go through free agency, and it all had to end. That doesn't compare to the frustration that is being wrought at Great American Ballpark, currently. The Tony Perez trade signaled the end of an era, but at least there were recent successes for Reds fans to ha…
 
The Cincinnati Reds bullpen was much maligned in 2021 but one bright spot was Lucas Sims. He joins Jeff on today's podcast to talk about the season that was. They break down the game of sleet in which the umpire kept tossing Lucas a new baseball and Lucas kept tossing them to the dugout. They also talk about the departure of Tucker Barnhart, sticky…
 
The Cincinnati Bearcats Football team are ranked #5 in the CFP Projections. Is that better than you expected? Wes Miller Era is upon us! Our reactions to the first game of Wes Millers reign. Cincinnati Bengals! Are they still a good team? Yeah Probably Reds make some moves this week, but were they good ones? The answer is No! #60SecondsWithEd…
 
Aside from making it plain that they are looking to shed payroll above all else, the Cincinnati Reds also have another factor working against productive trades as we are in the waning days of the current MLB collective bargaining agreement. Jeff tells you what that is and how it could torpedo hopes even more if the Redlegs are hasty about making de…
 
With Wade Miley gone, Tucker Barnhart gone, Nick Castellanos likely gone, and now rumors coming out about Luis Castillo may be traded, what is going on with the Cincinnati Reds? Jeff tries to explain what he see is the direction of the franchise and how a well-executed trade or two can alter it, in a good way, but the Reds current position among th…
 
Wade Miley was the best player for the Cincinnati Reds, per Baseball-reference's WAR calculations, in 2021. He is now a Chicago Cub. Jeff losses his mind about that on this short, emergency podcast. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoicesVon Locked On Podcast Network, Jeff Carr
 
Sure, the Cincinnati Reds will most likely be quite stingy with their transactions, this MLB offseason, but that doesn't preclude us from taking a look at what's out there! Jeff breaks down possibilities to replace Nick Castellanos (like Kyle Schwarber), possible bullpen additions (like Kirby Yates), and a backup catcher idea (paging Manny Pina). *…
 
Tucker Barnhart being traded made sense for him and it ultimately made sense for the Cincinnati Reds. Jeff breaks that down before telling you why the comments that Nick Krall had for the explanation of the trade just made everything a lot less fun. Krall had plenty to say that sounded like a rebuild without coming out and saying it. This is one of…
 
Tucker Barnhart has been traded from the Cincinnati Reds to the Detroit Tigers in exchange for minor league infielder Nick Quintana. Jeff is joined by Scott Bentley, from Locked On Tigers, to discuss the trade and what it means for both teams. They break down the value of Barnhart to the Tigers and Quintana to the Reds and what the quick trade mean…
 
The College Football Committee Ficked us over again.We give our reactions with Brent Young and Chad Brendel of The Bearcats Bounce Podcast.We follow that up with Jimmy Smith former Bearcats punters, his reaction and conversation about what he is up to now.The Bengals lost this weekend and the sky is following so we talk about it.Lastly another epis…
 
There are two position players and two pitchers that the Cincinnati Reds could cut ties with and replace with someone in-house who may actually be better right now. Jeff tells you why it's time for the Reds to move on from Shogo Akiyama, Tyler Naquin, Amir Garrett, and Jeff Hoffman. *FOLLOW* the podcast on your favorite app and on Twitter and Insta…
 
With four Silver Slugger nominees, you'd think everything is fine with the lineup. Jeff tells you why they absolutely must prioritize improvements against left-handed pitchers in 2022. He also looks at why the Reds have no Gold Glove finalists and a coach that is going somewhere else. He finishes up the podcast by talking about the World Series and…
 
Derek Johnson has been promoted to Director of Pitching for the Cincinnati Reds. Jeff looks at what this means for the Reds, moving forward, and asks a question of the plan for this. He also talks about the Houston Astros and Atlanta Braves in Game three of the World Series with some insight from Locked On Insider Gordon Beckham. He ends today's po…
 
The Cincinnati Reds saw some great performances by different position groups in 2021, but what is the expectation for how that will change in 2022? Jeff gives you his thoughts on who he expects will improve, who he expects will stay the same, and who he expects will regress next season. Will Jonathan India keep getting better? Will Joey Votto keep …
 
Was 2021 a failed season for the Cincinnati Reds? How would things move about more smoothly with these impending lockouts? How do you determine if a pitcher is "good"? Bronson Arroyo answers these questions that Jeff has, and more, on part two of their conversation. *FOLLOW* the podcast on your favorite app and on Twitter and Instagram @lockedonred…
 
Damn It feels good to be from Cincinnati.Tonight we discuss enjoying the success of Cincinnati Bengals and Cincinnati Bearcats Football. Enjoy It! Its Fun!We talk about the excitement of the unknow with Cincinnati Bearcats Basketball and embracing the past.The Bum of the week.60 Seconds with Ed on AEW.…
 
Bronson Arroyo played with Dusty Baker and learned a great deal from him. Jeff talks with Bronson about why the former Cincinnati Reds skipper doesn't need to lead the Houston Astros to a World Series title to validate his claim in the Hall of Fame/ He also talks about Dusty's style and how he managed the Reds during their successful run at the beg…
 
The MLB Owners and Players Union have been at odds regarding just about every aspect of baseball in the recent past and now it's coming to a head. Jeff talks about why a lockout is almost certain, come December, as the MLB's current CBA is set to expire without a new one to take its place. He also looks at this important World Series and why the ma…
 
Joining the podcast to talk about the season that was, and the offseason to come, for the Cincinnati Reds is Wick Terrell from the Red Reporter. Jeff and Wick take one final glimpse at how 2021 will be remembered for Reds fans. They then look to the offseason and each give a bold prediction for something that will take place. *FOLLOW* the podcast o…
 
The Cincinnati Reds cemented the legacy of the Big Red Machine in 1976 with a sweep of the New York Yankees in the World Series. Jeff is joined by Cam Miller in this bonus episode to talk about that team and why it parallels 1990. They also look at the introduction of David Bell and why they believe the future is bright with him at the helm. *FOLLO…
 
So much went into the drama of Game Six of the 1975 World Series as we look back on that, this date in Cincinnati Reds history. Jeff is joined by Cam Miller to set up the drama and detail the goings on from the game that many baseball fans deem the greatest World Series game ever played. *FOLLOW* the podcast on your favorite app and on Twitter and …
 
The Cincinnati Reds have a solid core of players returning in 2022 despite the possible departure of a big name player. Jeff is joined by Paul Holden who pretty much paints the same picture for the Colorado Rockies. Jeff and Paul talk about where the Rockies are headed and why the Reds are pretty much at the same junction in their quest for content…
 
Tonight talk to Chris Vannini of the Athletic to talk about about his visit to Cincinnati, What he liked about the Cincinnati program, and a little Wrestling talk. Chad Brendel hops on to talk about disrespect Cincinnati is receiving by some media outlets (looking at you Joey Galloway). Aaron asks if it time to talk about retiring Desmond Ridder's …
 
With the way the season played out, the Cincinnati Reds are clearly in the conversation for the top of the NL Central, but they may be looking up at the Cardinals and Brewers. Jeff is joined by Paul Holden from Locked On Rockies to talk about where the Reds stand in this equation and what sort of offseason moves they may consider if Nick Castellano…
 
Eugenio Suarez had a year to forget, in 2021, that was concluded with a month to remember. Jeff tells you why you should buy the resurgent September for Geno and why it is so important to the Cincinnati Reds that he bounces back. He also talks about why the Reds need to follow the Braves model of being aggressive at attacking roster deficiencies. *…
 
The Los Angeles Dodgers bested the San Francisco Giants in game five of the NLDS to move on to face the Atlanta Braves and Mookie Betts was a huge reason why. Jeff looks at the impact he has on the Dodgers success and believes the Cincinnati Reds have a game changer like that in Jonathan India. He then talks about India's team MVP candidacy, as wel…
 
With the seasons they had, Nick Castellanos and Joey Votto are absolutely deserving of being nominated for Cincinnati Reds Team MVP. Jeff breaks down why they're in the finals of the award voting and also looks at why the team's Best Pitcher Award, AKA the Jose Rijo Award, is between Tyler Mahle and Wade Miley. He then gets you up to speedo n the p…
 
Third Base was a black hole, but this position group wasn't far off for the Cincinnati Reds, with health being a factor, as well as bad play. Jeff breaks down why they got next to nothing out of the centerfield spot in the everyday lineup and what can be done for it in 2022. He also explains the importance of buying out arbitration years with preem…
 
Nick Castellanos put together a career year and was one of the biggest reasons for any amount of success the Cincinnati Reds had. Jeff breaks down why the season was so amazing, including giving you a trivia tidbit to impress your friends with, before looking at who on the current roster (or Mr Outside Hire) could possibly replace his production in…
 
Eugenio Suarez had a great final month of the season that got everyone excited about what he can bring to the table for the Cincinnati Reds in 2022. Jeff looks at that and tries to makes sense of the 177 games before September 2021 in which Geno was horrible in. He also looks at Mike Moustakas and tells you why he thinks its time for the Reds to mo…
 
That's a wrap! It's another Writers Roundtable as C. Trent Rosecrans, Mark Sheldon and Bobby Nightengale join Jim to wrap and dissect the 2021 Reds and look ahead to the questions looming in the off-season. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoicesVon MLB.com
 
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