Cincinnati Reds fire manager Price

Bryan Price

Bryan Price

The Reds fired Bryan Price on Thursday after their 3-15 start, the first managerial change in the major leagues this season. "In addition to these staff changes, we will continue to examine all aspects of Baseball Operations to ensure we are doing everything we can to improve". Pitching coach Mack Jenkins was let go as well.

Bench coach Jim Riggleman will take over as interim manager, the Reds say.

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The Reds have given Bryan Price the quick hook.

Price, who was in his fifth season with the Reds since replacing Dusty Baker in 2014, leaves Cincinnati with a 279-387 record. In a statement, the team said a search will be conducted later this year.

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Bryan Price is the first Major League Baseball manager to be fired this season. He was hired as pitching coach before the 2010 season.

As further reported by USA Today, Bryan Price was almost fired in the middle of the 2015 season and replaced with Reds icon and Baseball Hall of Famer Barry Larkin, but nonetheless remained with the team as they finished 64-98 and fifth in the NL Central Division. Rosenthal also notes that a relatively small-market team like the Reds that plays in hitter-friendly Great American Ballpark may have a tough time signing free agent pitching, making the development of their young arms all that much more important.

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Riggleman has extensive managerial experience with the San Diego Padres, Chicago Cubs, Seattle Mariners and Washington Nationals.

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