The Reds will go in-house to replace Dusty Baker, as Bob Nightengale of USA Today reports that pitching coach Bryan Price is expected to be named as manager tomorrow. FOX Sports’ Ken Rosenthal and John Fay of the Cincinnati
Dusty Baker believes that the Reds didn't play up to their expectations down the stretch, losing 6 consecutive.
After being fired by the Reds, Dusty Baker still wants to manage for 2014.
Reds GM Walt Jocketty was rejected after asking Tony LaRussa if he wanted to manage again.
Maybe it really is time for Dusty to leave Cincinnati.
It all came to a head in one conversation, a conversation about a coach, and sources say Dusty Baker wasn’t about to let a coach take the blame for what went down with the Reds this year. Reds general
Watching the Reds in the final week, manager Dusty Baker sure appeared ready to lose his job and the lack of energy displayed by Baker and the Cincinnati Reds players ultimately led to Baker's downfall.
We did not see this coming.
NBC Hardball Talk's Chris Calcaterra gives us his thoughts on the Rays, Pirates and the rest of the playoffs
Instead of the Rays in a must-win situation tonight at Cleveland, what if they