Reds Decline To Renew Jim Kelch's Contract

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    Until Marty goes and they can clean house with the broadcast group its going to be bad.
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    Changing the subject slightly: My dad absolutely detests Chris Welsh on TV and says he's a "Know It All" and will turn off the TV and listen to radio broadcasts instead because he hates him that much. I teased him that Welsh will probably move into the radio booth. Does anyone else feel this resentment towards Welsh or is my old man crazy? Is Welsh even a candidate to do radio?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mediocre Nachos View Post
    Changing the subject slightly: My dad absolutely detests Chris Welsh on TV and says he's a "Know It All" and will turn off the TV and listen to radio broadcasts instead because he hates him that much. I teased him that Welsh will probably move into the radio booth. Does anyone else feel this resentment towards Welsh or is my old man crazy? Is Welsh even a candidate to do radio?
    Doesn't seem like a know it all to me, I mean he was a major leaguer. I myself have no issue with Welsh

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    Quote Originally Posted by OlDog75 View Post
    Doesn't seem like a know it all to me, I mean he was a major leaguer. I myself have no issue with Welsh
    I don’t think so either but I get a charge out of countless random texts from my dad voicing his displeasure. For Christmas, I’ve ordered him a personalized Reds t shirt with Welsh on the back.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mediocre Nachos View Post
    I don’t think so either but I get a charge out of countless random texts from my dad voicing his displeasure. For Christmas, I’ve ordered him a personalized Reds t shirt with Welsh on the back.
    He may burn it.

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    As far as Chris Welsh,and i know him a little. Played for him one year at baseball heaven, i thought he was much more opinionated when he started with the reds. But i have noticed over the past 4 or 5 years, he seems [at least to me] to have started toeing the company line. A lot less criticism. A lot more happy talk!!! rah,rah,rah!!!! I like mediocre nachos ideal for his dad,but I'd make sure the t-shirt is autographed by Chris too. ....lol!

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    IMO, the radio booth is going to be cluttered until Marty hangs up his microphone, is it my imagination or do the reds let Marty have a few series off now and then? I think its time for Marty to go and put someone beside the Cowboy and stand pat. Just my two cents worth.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Phantom 5497 View Post
    IMO, the radio booth is going to be cluttered until Marty hangs up his microphone, is it my imagination or do the reds let Marty have a few series off now and then? I think its time for Marty to go and put someone beside the Cowboy and stand pat. Just my two cents worth.
    I agree I am ready for Marty to retire. He does take a bunch of series off. He is only signing one year contracts now, so he is probably about done. He has said in the past, though, he doesn't want any fanfare when he retires and will let everyone know the day after his contract expires if he is retiring so there won't be any parties/gifts etc.

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    I didn't mind Jim one way or another. I like the idea of a solid rotation in the booth. Too much change.

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    I like Doug Flynn in either booth. And always thought Jeff Piecoro would be good.

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