Price interviews with Marlins

Reds pitching coach Bryan Price told me that he interviewed for the Marlins managerial vacancy on Friday. But in a text message, he chose not to elaborate.

“That’s all I want to say at this time,” Price said.

This is the second time that the 50-year-old Price has interviewed for a Marlins managerial opening. He has been the Reds pitching coach since 2009.

Mike Redmond interviewed with Miami on Wednesday. Redmond is widely reported to be the frontrunner for the job that opened when Ozzie Guillen was let go earlier this week.

2 Comments

Part of me wants to see him get the job. The other part of me want to see him continue with the Reds. He did a good job, however, I think he does need to take responsibility for some of the health issues of our pitchers as well. It isn’t fair Price gets praised up and down for the staff health and performance this year and doesn’t get any of the blame for the injuries. Perhaps if Johnny wasn’t pushed to get #19 or #20 and shut him down (clearly he was tired at the end of the season, he did not have a very strong September at all) he would not of had the critical choke injury in the playoffs. I can’t help but think that one decision determined our playoff outcome.

I WOULD LIKE TO SEE SCOTT ROLENS AS SOME KIND OF COACH THE PLAYERS LOOK UP TO HIM

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