Is Graham Ashcraft a legend (despite his most recent start)? Has Nick Senzel turned into the star we've been waiting for, just to spite Chad? Who are the 5 Reds you'd protect in an expansion draft?
These burning questions and much more on this week's episode of The Riverfront!
Chad and Nate got together this week to talk about the Reds, and it wasn't easy! Cincinnati is on a downturn once again, and the guys tried to figure out ways to laugh and enjoy this ridiculous franchise.
Topics of the week: (1) Which Reds player(s) will make the National League All-Star team, and (2) What's up with Nick Senzel?
Chad Dotson was joined by Wick Terrell (of Red Reporter) to discuss all things Reds, and answer the question: Are the Cincinnati Reds actually fun to watch these days? We also get into the top Reds position player prospects, who Cincinnati's All-Star will be next month, and we come up with a plan for how the Reds could have a competitive team sooner rather than later.
Chad and Nate were joined by Carlos Guevara tonight for a particularly ludicrous episode of The Riverfront. The gang discussed Tyler Stephenson's latest injury, and what it means for the ol' Redlegs (and for Tyler's future). Topic of the week, however, was a Buy/Sell/Hold analysis of the current Reds roster (hint: we're buying all the Brandon Drury stock we can get).
Plus, a deep dive into the Reds rotation, and what the Reds strategy SHOULD be for the next few years.
The Cincinnati Reds are on a roll, having won six of their last eight behind some strong pitching performances and a resurgent offense. Chad and Nate break down Cincinnati's strong play over the last month, and extoll the virtues of Graham Ashcraft, Tyler Mahle, Luis Castillo, and Hunter Greene.
We also answer the eternal question: Who is Matt Reynolds?
The Cincinnati Reds dropped a 20-spot on the stupid Cubs; does this mean the Reds are on the way to a National League pennant? Plus, is Joey Votto back? What are we to make of Nick Senzel? Chad, Nate, and Bill discuss all this, plus some sweet Todd Coffey takes, on episode #426 of The Riverfront. Enjoy!
Also: initial planning for our 500th episode extravaganza! What should we do to celebrate?
The Cincinnati Reds are dominating the Ohio Cup these days, so things aren't so bad, right? Well, we have a wild episode of the show this week to celebrate the good things happening (and perhaps we have a little fun laughing about the not-so-good things surrounding the ol' Redlegs too).
Full crew tonight, with Chad, Nate, Bill Lack, and Chris Garber joining in (eventually). Plus: it appears The Riverfront has a beef with another Reds-related YouTube show. It's on!
The Cincinnati Reds have won 5 of their last 7 games, and all of a sudden, things are fun again in Redleg Nation! Chad and Nate are joined by our old friend Jason Linden to discuss everything you need to know, including the question of the week: Who's the best Red of all time? Is it Joey Votto, or perhaps Tyler Stephenson?
The Reds are off to the second-worst start in MLB history. How are we still having fun? In this week's episode, Chad and Nate discuss why this ridiculous season has quietly been kinda fun, and what we can expect from the Reds of the season.
The Cincinnati Reds are a historic baseball team. What a time to be alive!
The Reds traveled to Colorado to take on the Rockies and solidify their place in Cincinnati history. Are we having fun yet?
Here's the challenge: can we find some way to laugh and have fun, despite the horrific play of the 2022 Cincinnati Reds thus far? The answer is yes. Chad Dotson, Wick Terrell of RedReporter.com, and Nate Dotson got together to laugh and have a little fun with these ol' Redlegs.
The Padres came to Great American Ball Park, and we're here to recap it! Hey, there were good things to talk about: like Kyle Farmer. Enjoy.
Chad was joined by Pat, Will, and Sydney, three big-time Reds fans who supported the recent campaign to erect a #SellTheTeamBob billboard. We discussed a lifetime of Reds memories, the current fan unrest, and whether there's anything the Reds could do to end their relationship with the club.
The Reds won a game. That's like winning a series, right? Nate recaps the good, the bad, and the ugly of Cincinnati's last series.
It's been a particularly rough week for the ol' Cincinnati Redlegs, but we're doing our part: trying to laugh and find happiness in this journey of being a Reds fan. Today, it's Chad, Nate, and Bill analyzing the last week and trying to figure out reasons for hope.
Plus, some golfers want us to do another billboard. What?
We're one week into the season and -- as always -- there is never a dull moment with these Cincinnati Reds. Chad Dotson, Chris Garber, and Nate Dotson break down the Atlanta and Cleveland series', and spend some time unpacking the biggest story of the week: the ridiculous comments from Reds COO Phil Castellini.
Lots of laughs in this one, including Chad and Chris riffing on Match Game once again. Enjoy!
The Cincinnati Reds took on the Cleveland Guardians in a short two-game series and, well, there have been better days for the ol' Redlegs. But there were plenty of highlights, and not all the highlights were at the expense of Reds COO and Chief Trust Fund Kid Phil Castellini. Nick Lodolo made his big league debut, and the Tylers -- Naquin and Stephenson -- continued to shine.
Chad and Nate break everything down and preview the next series, as the Reds head west to take on the Los Angeles Dodgers. Enjoy!
The Cincinnati Reds went into Atlanta and split a four-game series with the defending World Series champion Braves. Chad and Nate break down the entire series, highlighting the positive takeaways from the opening series of the season -- especially Hunter Greene's amazing big league debut.
Opening Day is upon us, and the Cincinnati Reds are playing actual baseball. It's amazing, right? The gang breaks down the Opening Day roster and the lineup for the first game, we discuss the #SellTheTeamBob billboard project (the media is finally taking notice!), and we answer some great Viewer Mail questions. Enjoy!
The 2022 season for the Cincinnati Reds is upon us, and the gang got together to make some predictions and hand out some (predictive) awards for the upcoming year. Who will be the team MVP? Best Supporting Actor? Best Social Media personality? You may be surprised at our predictions, but you will not be surprised at how silly the whole thing was. It's what we do.
Also, the #SellTheTeamBob billboard is happening! Thanks for your support!
Another crazy week in the world of the Cincinnati Reds saw another flurry of moves that are not easily explained. Fortunately, you have Chad Dotson, Wick Terrell (of RedReporter.com), and Nate Dotson to help you out.
Importantly: finally, the #SellTheTeamBob billboard is (maybe) gonna be a thing! Here's the GoFundMe to support our efforts to send a message to Reds ownership: https://www.gofundme.com/f/sell-the-team-bob-billboard
It has been a wild week for the Cincinnati Reds, so we're bringing you a second episode. Chad Dotson and Chris Garber got together to discuss the news of the week, including a bunch of trades and some completely nonsensical remarks from Reds general manager Nick Krall. Enjoy!
Chad Dotson and Bill Lack got together for the first ever The Riverfront live stream on YouTube, Twitter, and Facebook. And now you have the audio edition as well!
We discussed the trades of Sonny Gray, Jesse Winker, and Eugenio Suarez, and what to expect next from the Cincinnati Reds.
Nate and Chris got together to discuss some under the radar news in the baseball world that you probably haven’t heard - The lockout is over! They hashed out what we learned today, the state of the league, what’s next for the Reds, and some legendary viewer mail questions (spoiler alert, Bernie Mac gets a shout out). Heck, they even had a pretty good time doing it.