Mickey Mentzer Has owned and operated WhoDeyFans.com since 2005. His roots in Cincinnati fandom are deep. He attends a ton of Reds games every season as well as catches them on TV when they are away. He still celebrates the day George Grande was taken off the TV roster and loves it when Marty gets to make the big call. In 2012, due to the success of WhoDeyFans.com, he decided to launch RedlegFans.com in conjunction with CincyFan.com. Reds fans can go almost anywhere and get the stats and box score. Here, you get opinions. Sometimes they are biased and probably wrong, but they are always honest and usually entertaining. Mickey enjoys going to Reds home games and stopping the action by throwing popcorn bags at Wily Taveras. (true story)
Nick Seuberling is the producer/host of the Redleg Weekly podcast. He is a Cincinnati native and lifelong Bengals and Reds fanatic. He spent his college years behind the mic at Bowling Green State University (class of ’03) calling numerous football, basketball and baseball games for the Falcons. He spent one summer on the air as an intern at ESPN 1470 WLQR-AM in Toledo, OH. Before coming to RedlegFans, Nick created and managed WhoDeyWeekly.com and continues to produce the Who-Dey Weekly podcast at WhoDeyFans.com. Nick currently resides in Toledo with his wife Sara, twins Aly and Ben, and his golden lab Madden.
David Brehm is a lifelong Reds fan even though he was 6 months old the last time they were World Series Champions. While most people in their 20’s are going out to clubs he would rather go see a ballgame; on his 21st birthday he drove over 4 hours just to watch the Louisville Bats opening day. There are a few things about baseball he knows for sure, Pete Rose should be in the Hall of Fame, The DH has always been a terrible idea, and a good leadoff man will make a good team a GREAT team. He also has what can only be considered to be a borderline unhealthy love for Sean Casey. David loves attending any baseball game but there is no place he�������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������d rather be than at Great American Ballpark.
Dylan Gaffney is a newcomer to the world of sports podcasting, but he brings with him a diehard love of the intricacies of baseball. When he was young, most of his time on the diamond was spent behind the plate – he even caught ����������������for one of the Reds’ newest acquisitions, RHP Andrew Brackman, during a few high school summer ball tournaments. From that early age he developed a passion for the strategy involved in the game. His favorite past time while attending Miami University (other than admiring the outstanding scenery, of course), was to shoot down to Great American, grab a beer and a red smokey, and track pitch sequences while keeping score. After college, Dylan moved around a lot for work, but he now resides on Capitol Hill in Washington DC. Thanks to the wonders of technology (and a very understanding girlfriend), he’s still able to keep up with the team he loves the most: the Cincinnati Redlegs.