Bryan Price, entire staff, will return to manage Reds in 2018


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Bryan Price, entire staff, will return to manage Reds in 2018

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CINCINNATI, OH - JULY 14: Pitcher Tim Adleman #46 of the Cincinnati Reds hands the ball to manager Bryan Price #38 of the Cincinnati Reds after being pulled in the fifth inning against the Washington Nationals at Great American Ball Park on July 14, 2017 in Cincinnati, Ohio. Washington shut out Cincinnati 5-0. (Photo by Jamie Sabau/Getty Images)

Multiple media outlets have reported Brian Price will return to the Cincinnati Reds next year as manager.

Clear Channel radio host Chick Ludwig posted on his Facebook page that Price and the entire coaching staff will be retained, citing an announcement from Reds announcer Marty Brennaman during tonight’s Reds game against the Pittsburgh Pirates.

Price was pitching coach under former Reds manager Dusty Baker, the two led the team to three playoff appearances. Price replaced Baker in 2014. His record is 266-355. The Reds finished fourth in the National League Central his first season as manager, and last place every year since. 

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