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Another side of Bryan Price

(FOX19) -

The Reds have a new manager but how much do you know about him? FOX19's Tricia Macke sits down with Bryan Price.

Price was promoted from within the Reds organization, he's been the pitching coach since 2010.

Prior to that, he spent a decade as a big league pitching coach with the Mariners and Diamondbacks. 

Price was a southpaw pitcher himself but never in the majors. He's happily married and has a grown daughter.

Price says he isn't at all worried about the second guessing he knows he's going to be getting, once his Reds take to the field.

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