I am sure Bryan Price felt the Chapman decision was a swift kick to the nuts. It has to be a big embarrassment for Price to be associated with such an old-school backward-thinking decision. Price is considered one of the smartest, most forward-thinking pitching coaches in all of baseball. Many people think he is hands-down the best since Dave Duncan retired. Price could very well be humiliated by being over-ruled by Dusty Baker. A chance to develop an arm like Aroldis Chapman's comes around once in a lifetime for a pitching coach and I am sure Price will always be bitter over being denied the opportunity to develop him properly. I would not be at all surprised if Bryan Price decides to leave for a team where he has complete control over the pitching staff. If moving Chapman back to the bullpen ends up costing the Reds the talents of Bryan Price it will go down in history as even a dumber decision than it already is.