That’s fine we can go all the way up if you prefer. So basically, after becoming a surprise contender in the first-half of the 2006 season new owner Bob Castellini rewards first year gm, and previous interim manager with extensions. Weeks later, in an attempt to bolster struggling bullpen newly extended gm bucks common baseball philosophy by trading young position players for two relievers, veteran ss, and prospects. What later becomes to be known as "the trade" causes divisions among reds faithful. The reds go on to play less then mediocre baseball the rest of the way and finish two games under. In the off-season said owner "intent on bringing championship baseball back to Cincinnati" signs two well known baseball personalities to become a member of the reds broadcast team, who would unfortunately have to find words to describe how bad said owner's team is playing. As July reaches said new owner's team is firmly in last place, and one day after hearing "lets go Cardinals" ring out through Great American Ballpark, said owner and gm "might" fire miserable manager. According to reds reporter John Fay. Did Bcast hear that last night? I’m not really sure. Anyway, I would welcome a Narron firing. Cause thats what the thread was about, my fault.