Reds chief executive answers question on possibility of team re-signing Castellanos

It may have snowed in Cincinnati this weekend, but in Arizona and here in the Queen City, sunny days filled with Reds baseball are ahead as spring training begins and Opening Day rolls around. finally getting closer. However, if you’re a Reds fan who dreamed of reuniting with Nick Castellanos this season, it looks like that dream won’t come true. Earlier today, Reds general manager Nick Krall was asked about the possibility of the Reds re-signing Castellanos. .And Krall said, “We have not engaged with his representatives.” So that pretty much closes the door to the Castellanos chapter in Cincinnati. It was long to start because he is one of the greatest free agents in baseball. But now we know the Reds are officially going ahead without the star outfielder. So how does Krall feel about adding or swapping players ahead of Opening Day as spring training begins this weekend? everyone sees where we are, how can we improve this club? You know, we want to ensure that our goals improve our organization and continue to improve our organization. Like I said before, it’s about building long-term success and sustainability. So if there’s something out there, I don’t want to say yes or no, but we’re evaluating whatever happens to us,” Krall said.

It may have snowed in Cincinnati this weekend, but in Arizona and here in the Queen City, sunny days filled with Reds baseball are ahead as spring training begins and Opening Day rolls around. finally getting closer.

However, if you’re a Reds fan who dreamed of reuniting with Nick Castellanos this season, it looks like that dream won’t come true.

Earlier today, Reds chief executive Nick Krall was asked about the possibility of the Reds re-signing Castellanos.

And Krall said, “We have not engaged in dialogue with his representatives.”

So that pretty much closes the door to the Castellanos chapter in Cincinnati.

It was a long start because he is one of the greatest free agents in baseball.

But now we know the Reds are officially moving forward without the star outfielder.

So how does Krall feel about adding or swapping players ahead of Opening Day as spring training begins this weekend?

“I think right now we’re just answering everyone’s calls to see where everyone sees where we are, how can we improve this club? You know, we want to set ourselves goals to improve our organization, keep improving our organization.. Like I said before, it’s about building long-term success and sustainability. So if there’s something there, I don’t want to say yes or no, but we evaluate everything that happens to us,” Krall said.

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