Nick Krall's Rise Through Reds' Ranks
WARP In Cincinnati | A Show About The Cincinnati Reds
by The Athletic
3y ago
Paul and C. Trent focus on recent Reds organizational news as Nick Krall was appointed Cincinnati's VP/GM of baseball operations. What does this move mean for the club (:30)? Was this a decision guided by finances? What does Krall's multiple titles mean? And for those unfamiliar with Cincinnati's newest front office czar, Krall details his foray into baseball and his rise through the sport's ranks to where he is today (7:00). C. Trent further expands on Krall's baseball upbringing, his communication style, the team's philosophy moving forward and more (12:00). Oh, and let's not forget the poss ..read more
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Remembering Joe Morgan, Why Did Dick Williams Step Down & Non-Tender Twist
WARP In Cincinnati | A Show About The Cincinnati Reds
by The Athletic
3y ago
Hall of Fame second baseman and Reds legend, Joe Morgan, has passed away at 77-years-old. Paul and C. Trent react to Morgan's passing, the legacy he leaves behind and his contribution to Cincinnati's "Big Red Machine" and their championship runs (:30). Reds president of baseball operations Dick Williams made his position vacant after a decade-plus-long run as a member of the teams' front office. Why did Williams step down, and what factors played into his departure (14:00)? How will his tenure with Cincinnati be remembered? What decisions will be remembered most (22:00)? What's next for this c ..read more
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Ripe Reds Off-Season Questions: How Should We Feel About Season, Addressing the Offense & Projecting Payroll
WARP In Cincinnati | A Show About The Cincinnati Reds
by The Athletic
3y ago
Dick Williams, Cincinnati Reds president of baseball operations, fielded questions from the media about the club's 2020 performance and future. Paul and C. Trent react to Williams' answers to Reds-related questions at the forefront of everyone's mind, such as: how should we feel about this season (2:45), how will he and the front office address the offense (17:15) and among other uncertainties, what does the payroll figure to look like (31:30)? Follow Paul on Twitter: @pauldehnerjr Follow C. Trent on Twitter: @ctrent Join The Athletic for just $1 a month! Visit: theathletic.com/warp Learn mo ..read more
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Reds' Road Ends
WARP In Cincinnati | A Show About The Cincinnati Reds
by The Athletic
3y ago
22. 22 scoreless innings is how Cincinnati's season will come to a close. Paul and C. Trent look beyond the obvious issues that bogged down the Reds' playoff endeavors. What's next for Trevor Bauer, and where are the team's next steps? Follow Paul on Twitter: @pauldehnerjr Follow C. Trent on Twitter: @ctrent Join The Athletic for just $1 a month! Visit: theathletic.com/warp Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices ..read more
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Recapping Reds-Braves Game 1: Missed Opportunities, Braves Deep Pen & Looking Ahead to Game 2
WARP In Cincinnati | A Show About The Cincinnati Reds
by The Athletic
3y ago
Baseball history was made in the first meeting of the Reds-Braves wild-card round. Said benchmarks were achieved in a drawn-out, forgetful fashion as the seventh-seeded Reds conceded a walk-off, the lone score of the game, in the bottom of the 13th inning to fall behind in the series. Paul and C. Trent tackle Cincinnati's missed opportunities, Trevor Bauer's brilliance, the bullpen hanging in through double-digit innings and the pen depth Atlanta bolsters. The guys also react to Joey Votto's postgame comments as well as preview game two. Follow Paul on Twitter: @pauldehnerjr Follow C. Trent o ..read more
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Reds' Round One Preview: The F-ing Nightmares, Braves Blistering Bats & Cincy's X-Factor
WARP In Cincinnati | A Show About The Cincinnati Reds
by The Athletic
3y ago
Welcome the wild card preview edition of WARP! There certainly was a chance that wouldn't be typed, or said, for that matter, but here we are. Paul and C. Trent detail Cincinnati's leadup to their first postseason berth in seven years, including their determined sweep over Pittsburgh, gutsy series wins over three postseason contenders and the "fu***** nightmare" mentality that guided them through it all (2:30). The Reds' opening round matchup against Atlanta pits strength against strength: Cincinnati's stellar starting pitching versus the Braves' boomstick bats (6:45). Will one side hold an ad ..read more
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We're Down to Six, Seeding Significance, We Need to Apologize & Will Bauer Earn Big Bucks in Cincy with Mo Egger
WARP In Cincinnati | A Show About The Cincinnati Reds
by paul dehner jr., mo egger
3y ago
Can you hear that? It's Europe playing in the background..."IT'S THE FINAL COUNTDOWNNNN!" Two, I repeat, two series remain before the postseason begins and, well, as Paul and Mo Egger spectacularly point out, its significance still looms large as the Reds have yet to secure a spot, though they are riding on increased serotonin after winning six of their last seven (1:00). Surfing on a winning-streak with their starting rotation hurling, is there any excuse not to make the playoffs? Sure, earning a postseason berth is top priority, but after that, what playoff seeding would benefit the team the ..read more
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Playoff Push, Is Bauer Bound for NL Cy Young & Is Pressure Problematic?
WARP In Cincinnati | A Show About The Cincinnati Reds
by paul dehner jr., c. trent rosecrans
4y ago
Cincinnati is down to its last 13 games (try to avoid thinking of that number as unlucky), and it's time for one last push. Paul and C. Trent prognosticate whether the Reds can make the playoffs, and explain what efforts Cincy needs to make in order to be on of the NL's top-8 teams (:30). Could David Bell and co. modify Trevor Bauer's pitching schedule ahead of the stretch drive (4:45)? Also, where does the 29-year-old sit among NL Cy Young candidates (8:15)? Is there such a thing as too much pressure? The guys react to Joey Votto and Kyle Farmer's comments about the club's remaining games and ..read more
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Cut Bell a Break, Development Doozy & Heavy Home Run Reliance
WARP In Cincinnati | A Show About The Cincinnati Reds
by paul dehner jr., c. trent rosecrans
4y ago
After an inexcusable series split with Pittsburgh, more questions than answers present themselves. Paul and C. Trent broach these questions, starting with what happened in PNC Park, and what's Archie Bradley's role (2:00)? Is David Bell solely responsible for Cincy's underachieving ways? Is it about time fans cut him a break (7:45)? Are the Reds' flaws directly correlated with their shortcomings in the player development department (18:15)? Plus, Cincinnati's inordinate reliance on the long ball continues (23:15). Follow Paul on Twitter: @pauldehnerjr Follow C. Trent on Twitter: @ctrent ..read more
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Deadline Dealings: Recapping Roster Moves, Can Goodwin, Bradley Provide Boost & Votto's Benching
WARP In Cincinnati | A Show About The Cincinnati Reds
by paul dehner jr., c. trent rosecrans
4y ago
In a flurry of moves made before the evening on the last day of August, the Reds orchestrated a pair of trades. Paul and C. Trent analyze those transactions, but, before then, the duo share an abridged account of Cincinnati's most recent roster moves (6:15), including: José García's promotion. How does Archie Bradley figure to fit in Cincy's pen (13:15)? Will the addition of Brian Goodwin affect Nick Senzel's big league opportunities (20:15)? Though it's a small sample size, Joey Votto is hitting the ball well after being benched (26:15). Despite the early success, did David Bell make the righ ..read more
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