Take deep dives with Reds broadcaster Jim Day as he interviews current and former Reds players, coaches, broadcasters, celebrities and those that make news in the baseball and sports world. Jim will feature unique and relaxed conversations that will take you in between the lines and away from the field of play or the broadcast booth. Deep dive into what makes these celebrities tick as sports meets pop culture on the Jim Day Podcast.
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The Jim Day Podcast- Tommy Thrall
Reds on Radio play-by-play man Tommy Thrall brings his pipes to the Jim Day Podcast. Jim and Tommy take you inside the broadcast booths, how tough is it to follow a Reds legend in the radio booth, his working relationship with Jeff Brantley, being terrified on Opening Day, how Jim and Tommy became food legends in Phoenix, why both are not morning people, the one jinx Tommy believes in, and did a ghost show up mid episode? And more!
The Jim Day Podcast- Jesse Winker
A revealing conversation with Jesse Winker
The Jim Day Podcast- Todd Frazier
As he embarks on playing for Team USA, Todd Frazier invades the pod Jersey style! The "Todd Father" becomes the "Pod Father" with a look back at his favorite Reds teammates, what wearing the Red, White and Blue means to him, the self-proclaimed fast food French Fry expert, the famous switch-a-roo play, his favorite Reds moments, Frank Sinatra and more!
The Jim Day Podcast- Jay Bruce
Future Reds Hall of Famer Jay Bruce talks retirement, Votto, Winker and more
The Jim Day Podcast- Wade Miley
Fresh off of his no-hitter, Wade Miley joins the podcast to take us into the dugout and behind the scenes of his masterful No-No. Plenty of stories to be told on this one! Including the now famous Hulk tattoo, why the country boy Wade does not mesh with big cities, tough conversations with teammates, and fishing with Votto? and much more!
The Jim Day Podcast- Lou Piniella
Nothing is sweeter than an interview with Sweet Lou Piniella
In-depth and informative
Great podcast. I particularly like his interviews with former players. They can be more honest and reflective in their comments, and it’s hard to find other sources on what some of these former players are doing now. A fav is the Joe Morgan interview done not long before he died.
Does a awesome job!!! I listen to podcasts on third shift. He does a wonderful job in picking guests. He also does a great job being personable to the fans and his guests. I can’t wait for the next one!
Go Reds!!! Go Jim Day!!!
Jim Day is solid
Have to admit ... the first several years of Jim on tv, I thought he was dorky and annoying. Boy, was I wrong, or he has evolved a lot. He was top-notch doing play-by-play on tv, in my opinion, he isn’t a dork at all — it is apparent in these podcasts that the players genuinely, genuinely like him and respect him. If Jim were a lawyer, he would take a great deposition - he really gets the guys at ease and their conversations are fun and interesting from the get-go. Keep it up, Jim! You have my respect. Awesome podcast.