The Reds broadcasters have provided many laughs and poignant moments on the Pod as we bring you "The Best Of" The Broadcasters. Enjoy our visits with Marty Brennaman, George Grande, Jeff Brantley, Chris Welsh and Danny Graves!
The writers are back! C Trent Rosecrans, Mark Sheldon and Bobby Nightengale join Jim to look back at the unusual 2020 season, the Reds incredible run down the stretch and a look ahead to the playoff matchup with the Braves. It's a regular season wrap Jim Day Podcast style.
4 Reds Hall of Famers in one quality listen! It's another "Best Of" edition with the Best of interviews with Joe Morgan, Jim Maloney, Tom Browning and Tommy Helms.
Does Aaron Harang blame Dusty Baker? It's a question that has lingered for years and it's answered in our visit with the former Red that made five Opening Day starts. Story time includes the infamous day that Sean Casey jumped off the bus to challenge an entire Cubs bar from Aaron's perspective, the day Ryan Freel was stuffed into an overhead compartment on takeoff, "surfing" on the team plane and much more!
Johnny Bench, Marty Brennaman and George Grande join Jim to pay tribute to Tom Seaver. Upon the passing of a legend, 3 of Tom's friends reflect on the greatness of the player and the man on a special episode of the Jim Day Podcast.
Bringing together the "Best Of" from our interviews with Rob Dibble, Tom Browning, Joe Oliver, Glenn Braggs and Marty Brennaman, we look back at the 1990 World Champion Reds with stories, legends and laughs.
He's known as one of the Godfather's of Sports Talk radio, but Bob Trumpy's broadcasting career took him much farther than Cincinnati. From Super Bowls to The Olympics to professional golf, Jim walks down memory lane with Bob including his first-hand admiration of the Reds in the 70's, Burt Reynold on a milk crate? Sneaking away for a smoke with Jesse Owens or golfing with Neil Armstrong! And Jim reveals what kickst...
He's the ace of the Reds pitching staff and known for a bulldog mentality on the mound, but what is underneath the exterior? Jim peels back a few layers of the All-Star pitcher on the latest episode of the Jim Day Podcast.
He made one of the biggest plays in Reds history and now 30 years removed he's on the Jim Day Podcast. Glenn Braggs looks back on the magical 1990 World Championship season. Would the crucial play he made on Carmelo Martinez been a home run had he not caught the ball? His legendary muscles and brute strength led to breaking bats on his follow-through swing including the World Series. And what it's like to be married to such...
Upon the week of making his real Reds debut, it's time to get to know Mike Moustakas a bit! "Moose" joins the show to talk the current state of the Reds, chances of winning it all in 2020, playing without fans in the stands, being the new guy on the block, teammates and much more! There's a Moose on the Loose!
Always a funny teammate, former Red David Weathers joins the show. There's plenty for "Stormy" to talk about including stories about his favorite Reds teammates, life in the Bigs through 17 years of service time, and resurrecting what David calls the greatest TV commercial ever created, "Together Again," featuring the incomparable Bronson Arroyo and Chris Welsh. Also, his son Ryan was once a mainstay in the Red...
Tackling protocols and tough questions, Reds catcher Tucker Barnhart returns to the show upon the return of Major League Baseball. We go in-depth with Tucker about the current challenges of playing baseball including detailed protocols. As the Reds Players Rep, Tucker gives us heartfelt and honest answers about the most difficult of situations, the negotiations. And, oh yes, how will those Reds fare this season!
Baseball is back! Jim gathers the beat writers that cover the Reds for a roundtable discussion. Joining Jim to discuss the many stories surrounding the return of baseball are Mark Sheldon of MLB.com, C Trent Rosecrans of The Athletic, and John Fay and Bobby Nightengale from the Cincinnati Enquirer.
Look out, the band is back together! He's the voice of The Cincinnati Bengals and Cincinnati Bearcats, as well as Jim's former partner for Reds baseball. Dan Hoard joins the show as Jim and Dan look back in time when they were partners, broadcasting stories, Reds stories, Dan the storyteller, childish humor and more!
It's a "Yellahhammer" of a podcast. Jim catches up with "The Cowboy" Jeff Brantley to see how he's been managing the down time, the state of the game of baseball, the state of the Reds, broadcasting games in 2020 and all things Cowboy!
Not many could rake like Hal Morris and now the 1990 World Champion rakes verbally with a look back at his career, his teammates, the "Wire-to-Wire" Reds, Lou Piniella stories, being college roommates with Barry Larkin and much, much more!
Reds Hall of Famer Tommy Helms joins the show to relive the days from Crosley Field to Riverfront Stadium, from Dave Bristol to Sparky Anderson, from Rose to Perez and other great Reds teammates. Being involved in one of the biggest trades in Reds history and what it was like to be sent away from the Big Red Machine and more!
"Nasty Boy" Rob Dibble joins the show on the 30th Anniversary year of the 1990 Wire-to-Wire World Championship Reds. Rob looks back with an honest self-reflection of mistakes made along the path to greatness. A look back at a magical season, the fight with Lou Piniella, throwing the ball into the stands striking a fan, throwing intentionally at a baserunner, reflections of the "Nasty Boys," teammates and more!
He's one of the best pitchers to ever wear a Reds uniform and one of the game's greatest story. Reds Hall of Famer Jim Maloney joins the show to take us back to old school baseball with stories sure to delight baseball fans of any age. How a young and cocky Johnny Bench was put in his place via a broken cup (not the kind you drink out of!). Using foreign substances on the baseball including his "K-Y Jelly ball," how...
He's a preeminent analyst of college football broadcasting and he's also a diehard Reds fan. Kirk Herbstreit joins Jim as they reminisce about taking their hardcore Reds fandom to the next level growing up. The lively talk includes fond memories of Riverfront Stadium and the great players that played there, Marty and Joe memories, mid-game texts from Herbie, Kirk's favorite Reds players of all-time and even talk of Joe ...