Clint Boling is calling it quits for the Bengals, and we wish we could retire early too. The Reds are off to a crappy start to the 2nd half of the season, and we wonder if they’ll be buyers or sellers at the trade deadline. We also talk more in depth about the Reds 150th anniversary jerseys they’ve been wearing. Enjoy the show!
The Reds earned another series victory over the Cubs this past weekend, which included some fireworks between Yasiel Puig and Pedro Strop. We discuss that, David Bell’s record-setting ejection numbers and the fact that Castillo is the lone Reds All-Star. We touch on the ridiculous NBA free agency numbers and Mac and Whitty get their hopes up thanks to some late-breaking NHL free agency rumors. We also take a moment to wish are friends north of the border a Happy Canada day, as well as a Happy Fourth of July to all of our listeners here in the states.
On this episode of Riverfront Radio, we talk about the recent Reds homestand with the Cubs and Dodgers. We also chat about the Bengals OTA’s with the o-line switch up, and hit on some hot-button political issues on accident. Enjoy the show!
The Reds’ season is now 25% complete and they’ve reached a key home stand that could potentially get them back into contention. We give our predictions on how the Reds will fare during the upcoming stretch, plus we present our world-famous 1st Annual Riverfront Radio Quarter Season Awards. We also discuss the unexpected departures that have hit the UC Men’s Basketball team and how the cupboard is looking pretty bare for John Brannen heading into his first season as head coach.
On today’s episode of Riverfront Radio, we talk about the Reds west coast trip and the roller-coaster ride they’re putting us through. We also have the Bengals draft coming up, and some of us are more sick of mock drafts than others. We’re also ecstatic/scared for the next CBJ series. Enjoy the show!
Yasiel Puig and the rest of the Reds are starting to find their bats, and a 4-1 week has Dan, Mac and Whitty feeling a little more positive about the season. The positive vibes have carried over onto the ice as well as the Blue Jackets have been a pleasant surprise, up 3-0 on a Lightning team that tied the NHL record for wins on the season. We also discuss UC’s new head coach, which wasn’t met by positive reactions from some former players, and we reflect on Tiger’s Masters victory and the impact he’s had on the world of golf.