Originally Posted by robmadden1
JOHN FAY | JFAY@ENQUIRER.COM
"I don't want to get into it because I'll snap," Naehring said. "I know what kind of job I did. I had a good relationship with my boss, Terry Reynolds. He was appreciative of the job I did. We had a very good year on the minor-league level. I'm proud of what Jay Bruce was able to accomplish."
Dont know much about Naehring but to put Jay Bruce's name on your resume on the way out is weak. Yes Bruce could turn into a great player, but his talent is head and shoulders among others. For the reds to be successful they have to consistently mold good baseball players out of their second tier prospects. This organizations failings are largly due to its inability to produce consistent back end starters, effective middle relievers, and quality backup or bench players.