Managerial search update
With Tony LaRussa's decision potentially weeks away, would the Reds be willing to delay their managerial decision that long to see if he's available?
Neither GM Wayne Krivsky nor CEO Bob Castellini would put a timetable on the hiring Wednesday.
"We're going through the process," Krivsky said from the team's facility in the Sarasota, where he's attending the club's organizational meetings.
Krivsky did say he has not talked to interim manager Pete Mackanin any further, and declined to say name names as far as outside candidates.
The Reds have spoken to at least one minority candidate, as is mandated by Major League Baseball.
If the Reds go outside for the hire, it's likely to be someone with major league experience. The club is known to have interest in Joe Girardi and Bob Brenly.
Girardi's agent, Steve Mandrell, would not comment Wednesday. Brenly confirmed his interest in the job in September.
The big-name minority candidate who's available is Dusty Baker, the former Chicago Cub and San Francisco Giant manager. Baker is working as an analyst for ESPN. His agent, Greg Genske, did not return a call Wednesday.