The Reds are 1-8, and are officially depressing us. We discuss their poor start, the fight in Pittsburgh, and what it will take to turn this club around. Dietrich’s home-runs got us excited for the bats to turn it around for the ballclub, since the pitching has been decent so far. Enjoy the episode!
Now that we have a sufficient sample size to review, we provide all of our rational and irrational overreactions from the Reds’ 1-1 start. Some of the new comers haven’t gotten off to the hottest of starts, but on the bright side, they have new souvenir cups at the stadium now. We also give our thoughts on this year’s Final Four, which didn’t quite turn out exactly how we expected. Also, but congrats to Mac for winning the first annual Riverfront Radio bracket pool.
Here on Riverfront Radio, we’re ready for the Cincinnati Reds Opening day! We talk our frustrations with the UC Bearcats bowing out early from the NCAA tournament yet again, and Scooter Gennett’s injury/Senzel’s playing situation. Enjoy the episode!
On this week’s episode of Riverfront Radio we’re talking March Madness as we breakdown UC’s questionable seeding despite having won the AAC Tournament. We each give our Final Four predictions and we propose a show bet on who has the best bracket this year. We also discuss some of the maddening decisions the Bengals have made so far in free agency as our optimism for this season is already starting to dwindle.
Thanks for checking out this weeks episode of Riverfront Radio. Whit, Jeff, Ben and Dan get into the recent rumors about the Bengals being interested in trading for Josh Rosen, and get into Antonio Brown being dealt out of the division. We also get into the Reds having good problems with decisions that need to be made about the roster. Enjoy the show!
Welcome to the first ever episode of Riverfront Radio. Join Dan, Jeff, Mac and Whitty as we introduce ourselves and provide a preview of things to come on the new podcast. We power rank the new head coaches in Cincinnati professional sports and talk about why we’re feeling optimistic about the direction of the Reds and Bengals (even though everything in recent sports history tell us we shouldn’t).
On this weeks episode of the Nati Boys podcast, we dive into the Browns decision to oust Hue Jackson and Todd Haley, talk a little bit about the Bengals bye week, and give you our picks against the spread for the football games this weekend. For the fantasy draft this week, we pick things that were more successful than Hue Jackson’s run in Cleveland. Enjoy the show!