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Hosted by Chad Dotson (Redleg Nation, Cincinnati Magazine, ESPN) and a rotating cast of characters, including Reds writers, broadcasters, players and former players, Redleg Nation Radio is the #1 Cincinnati Reds podcast on the interwebs. Brought to you by the gang at RedlegNation.com.
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Apr 20, 2018

Chad Dotson and Jason Linden got together again this week to discuss the firing of Reds manager Bryan Price, and what it means for the current version of the ol' Redlegs. The guys also did a deep dive into their expectations for the rest of the 2018 season, and they even passed a little judgment on the current state of the Reds "rebuild" process.

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Podcast-related questions and comments can be directed to Chad via email (chaddotson@redlegnation.com) or on Twitter (@dotsonc).

Apr 13, 2018

Jason Linden joined Chad Dotson this week to discuss the Cincinnati Reds' horrific start, and whether anything can be salvaged from this season. (Short answer: plenty to be optimistic about.)

The guys also discuss the managerial failings of Bryan Price, and his future with the Redlegs. That was a less optimistic conversation.

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Podcast-related questions and comments can be directed to Chad via email (chaddotson@redlegnation.com) or on Twitter (@dotsonc).

Apr 6, 2018

A rough start for the Reds has some fans thinking that these are the same old Cincinnati Reds that have lost 90+ games the last three seasons. Chad Dotson and Jason Linden examine that question, and come to some conclusions.

Plus, the guys show some love for the Nation, an incredible and passionate community of Reds fans.

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Apr 2, 2018

It's a special edition of Redleg Nation Radio!

Chad Dotson was joined by frequent podcast co-host Bill Lack for a special episode to discuss "The Big 50: The Men and Moments that made the Cincinnati Reds," the new book written by Chad and Chris Garber. Bill just finished the book, and he has some thoughts.

Bonus: Chad and Bill completely ignored the 2018 Cincinnati Reds, and given the results of the opening series, this is a good thing.We'll be back on Friday with our regularly scheduled episode of the podcast.

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Mar 29, 2018

Chad Dotson was joined this week by Jason Linden to preview the 2018 Cincinnati Reds season, on the eve of Opening Day. The topic of conversation: why the Reds are going to make the playoffs this year. The guys also make a bunch of predictions about 2018, including a guess about the Reds' final record (you're gonna like that one).

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Mar 23, 2018

After a relatively quiet spring, we finally have some actual news about the Cincinnati Reds. Lots of cuts have been made, players have been released and sent to Triple-A, Nick Senzel will be playing second base at Louisville, and Eugenio Suarez has signed an outstanding long-term contract. Chad Dotson and Jason Linden have some fun discussing all the news.

Chad also tries to get Jason to convince him that he should be optimistic about the 2018 rotation, but Chad is not completely on board. You decide: who is right and who is wrong?

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Mar 16, 2018

Chad Dotson and Jason Linden are together again this week to discuss everything that's happening in <em>Redleg Nation</em>. The primary topic: after this week's injury news involving pitchers Anthony DeSclafani and Brandon Finnegan, are the Reds in for a repeat of 2017's bad luck?

Also...is there a method to manager Bryan Price's spring lineup madness?

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Mar 9, 2018

Chad Dotson is joined this week by his most frequent co-host, Editor Emeritus of RedlegNation.com Bill Lack. The discussion keeps returning to the likelihood of the Reds being a .500 club (or better!) in 2018. Bill also asks why there are so few open competitions for spots in the lineup this spring, especially given how bad the Cincinnati Reds have been the last three years.

Most importantly: is it time to PANIC over Joey Votto's lack of production this spring?

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Mar 2, 2018

Chad Dotson and Doug Gray (of RedsMinorLeagues.com) talk about everything that's happening out in Cincinnati Reds spring training. Of note: some young pitchers are looking very good, and almost all the pitchers are healthy. How excited should we be about that?

On the other end of the spectrum, Chad discusses the single thing that could happen on Opening Day which might cause apathy to set in. (Hint: it involves Chad's favorite player.)

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Mar 1, 2018

This season, our Chad Dotson will be joining ESPN 1530's James Rapien regularly to discuss the Cincinnati Reds on the new daily Locked On Reds podcast. James and Chad discussed Joey Votto, Billy Hamilton, the team signing Ben Revere and much more. Plus, Votto wonders if it is a “nipple thing?”

Please subscribe to the Locked on Reds podcast at iTunes or wherever you get your podcasts, and enjoy the Reds discussion all year long, every day.

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Podcast-related questions and comments can be directed to Chad via email (chaddotson@redlegnation.com) or on Twitter (@dotsonc).

Feb 23, 2018

Chad Dotson and Jason Linden got together again this week for another rousing episode of the Redleg Nation Radio podcast. The guys began by following up on last week's glorious discussion about the possibility of Nick Senzel as the potential starting shortstop of the Cincinnati Reds. Quickly, however, the discussion moved on to Joey Votto's recent comments that something has to change soon with this rebuilding process. Winning starts now?

Finally, should we be panicking over manager Bryan Price's first spring training lineup, featuring Billy Hamilton as the leadoff hitter? (Short answer: no.)

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Podcast-related questions and comments can be directed to Chad via email (chaddotson@redlegnation.com) or on Twitter (@dotsonc).

Feb 16, 2018

Jason Linden joined Chad Dotson again this week for a discussion of the most exciting news we've heard here in Redleg Nation for quite some time. We're talking, of course, about the fact that uber-prospect Nick Senzel is working out at shortstop this spring. How does this change the way we look at the Cincinnati Reds rebuild?

We also talked about the competition for the Reds rotation this spring, and discuss whether Cincinnati manager Bryan Price has organized that competition in the proper way.

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Podcast-related questions and comments can be directed to Chad via email (chaddotson@redlegnation.com) or on Twitter (@dotsonc).

Feb 12, 2018

Chad Dotson is joined again this week by Doug Gray. Chad and Doug try to predict the Opening Day roster for the Cincinnati Reds. They also discuss where some of the Reds top prospects will begin the season, and where they'll end up.

Most importantly, they talked about the reasons why the Reds weren't able to sign free agent pitcher Yu Darvish.

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Jan 30, 2018

Welcome back! It’s the season premiere of the Redleg Nation Radio podcast, with Jason Linden joining Chad Dotson to discuss all the Cincinnati Reds offseason news. The conversation begins with the disappointment of the Reds losing out on a particular trade target, but it quickly turns to Chad's recent run-in with top Reds prospect Hunter Greene on Twitter. Hilarity ensues.

The guys also discuss what could happen on Opening Day that would cause us to give up completely on Reds manager Bryan Price.

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Podcast-related questions and comments can be directed to Chad via email (chaddotson@redlegnation.com) or on Twitter (@dotsonc).

Dec 15, 2017

Doug Gray (redsminorleagues.com) is Chad Dotson's co-host again this week, as we discussed all the exciting news surrounding this year’s Winter Meetings! Truthfully, there wasn’t much news, but there were plenty of rumors, especially surrounding the potential trades of Billy Hamilton and Adam Duvall.

We also have some questions about manager Bryan Price’s “announcement” that he has already settled on the top four guys in his 2018 pitching rotation.

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Podcast-related questions and comments can be directed to Chad via email (chaddotson@redlegnation.com) or on Twitter (@dotsonc).

Dec 1, 2017

Chad Dotson and Jason Linden got together again this week, and the result was a wide-ranging discussion about all things Cincinnati. The conversation begins with Adam Dunn's recent election to the Cincinnati Reds Hall of Fame, but most of the discussion is focused on the best case/worst case scenarios for various members of the 2018 Cincinnati Reds. The podcast finishes up with a surprisingly passionate remembrance of Pokey Reese and the special 1999 Reds.

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Nov 18, 2017

Chad Dotson and Doug Gray got together again to discuss the impossible reality that Joey Votto -- who is a perfect baseball player -- did not win a single major award this season. The guys also talked about the one Red that did win an award, then dove headfirst into some of the big decisions that the Reds will have to make over the next week.

Also, Doug tells us which Reds minor leaguer "will be better than Willie Mays."

Even better, Chad and Doug offered up their latest movie reviews, featuring an engaging documentary and a hilarious comedy.

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Podcast-related questions and comments can be directed to Chad via email (chaddotson@redlegnation.com) or on Twitter (@dotsonc).

Oct 27, 2017

Chad Dotson was joined this week by C. Trent Rosecrans, one of the Reds beat writers for the Cincinnati Enquirer, to discuss Rosecrans' "Great American Dream" podcast. The podcast follows Reds prospect Shed Long on his path to the big leagues, and includes stories and memories from many former minor leaguers, including Joey Votto and Ken Griffey Jr.

Chad and Trent also discussed the current state of the Reds' rebuild, and how far the team is from being competitive.

Subscribe to Great American Dream here.

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Podcast-related questions and comments can be directed to Chad via email (chaddotson@redlegnation.com) or on Twitter (@dotsonc).

Oct 20, 2017

Chad Dotson and Doug Gray got together again this week to talk about the Cincinnati Reds. How is it possible that they had so much fun talking about a team that has lost about a million games over the last two seasons?

Chad and Doug began by discussing the recent comments of Reds GM Dick Williams about the Eugenio Suarez/Nick Senzel logjam, then moved on to other pressing Reds-related topics, such as this question: Which of the Reds starting pitchers (age 25 or younger) do you expect to take the biggest step forward in 2018?

Finally, each has a short movie review for you, and the discussion of an actor who may end up being a (very) surprising Oscar nominee.

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Podcast-related questions and comments can be directed to Chad via email (chaddotson@redlegnation.com) or on Twitter (@dotsonc).

Oct 8, 2017

Do you like the Cincinnati Reds? Do you like podcasts? Well, we have a treat in store for you! It's a podcast...about the Cincinnati Reds!

Chad Dotson and Jason Linden got together again this week, and they tried to wrap up the 2017 Reds season without a single tear being shed. It was a difficult task, but these are the sacrifices we make for you, the devoted listeners of <em>Redleg Nation Radio</em>. We also spent a little while admiring Joey Votto's age-33 season, because Joey Votto is the bestest.

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Podcast-related questions and comments can be directed to Chad via email (chaddotson@redlegnation.com) or on Twitter (@dotsonc).

Sep 29, 2017

Chad Dotson and Doug Gray got together to put a bow on the 2017 season and, as usually happens when they talk about the Cincinnati Reds, Chad made some ridiculous predictions. The guys began by discussing where Jesse Winker fits into the Reds outfield in 2018. After that, it was a rousing discussion about the positive aspects of a miserable season, and how those positives are an indication that the Reds will be competitive next year.

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Podcast-related questions and comments can be directed to Chad via email (chaddotson@redlegnation.com) or on Twitter (@dotsonc).

Sep 22, 2017

 

Chad Dotson and Bill Lack get together once again for another rousing discussion of Cincinnati Reds baseball. This week, we have a countdown of the current Reds players -- you won't believe who is ranked #41! -- and we finish with a look at the biggest questions facing the Reds as they look towards 2018.

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Podcast-related questions and comments can be directed to Chad via email (chaddotson@redlegnation.com) or on Twitter (@dotsonc).

Sep 16, 2017

 

Chad Dotson and Jason Linden kick off this week's podcast by discussing the Reds' 14th losing season in the last 17 years. After they decided that was no fun, they talked about the surprisingly realistic possibility that the Cincinnati Reds will have an above-average pitching staff in 2018. Rousing discussions of Scooter Gennett, next year's outfield rotation, and more about Bryan Price followed.

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Sep 9, 2017

Chad Dotson and Doug Gray got together to discuss the news that Bryan Price will return to manage the Cincinnati Reds in 2018. Good idea? Bad idea? You'll have to listen to find out the answer.

The guys also discussed the marvelous rookie season of Luis Castillo, and looked at the progress made by a bunch of young Reds pitchers in 2018. Plus, what to make of the Billy Hamilton/Phillip Ervin centerfield situation, and they even tossed in a couple of movie reviews (Wind River, The Big Sick).

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Podcast-related questions and comments can be directed to Chad via email (chaddotson@redlegnation.com) or on Twitter (@dotsonc).

Sep 1, 2017

Chad Dotson was joined this week by Reggie Sanders, who enjoyed an 8-year career as the All-Star right fielder of the Cincinnati Reds in the 1990s. Reggie reminisced on his days with the Reds -- his first professional organization -- the 1995 Central Division championship season, and why Cincinnati remains special to him and his family.

Go <a href="">vote for Reggie for the 2018 class of the Reds Hall of Fame</a>, and please support the <a href="http://reggiesandersfoundation.org/">Reggie Sanders Foundation</a>.

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