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Jim Edmonds Bashes Cincinnati Reds Doctors, Brandon Phillips in Radio Interview

CHICAGO - OCTOBER 02:  Jim Edmonds #15 of the Chicago Cubs looks on as he walks back to his position after he couldn't make a play on a RBI single hit by Manny Ramirez #99 of the Los Angeles Dodgers in the top of the eighth inning of Game Two of the NLDS during the 2008 MLB Playoffs at Wrigley Field on October 2, 2008 in Chicago, Illinois.  (Photo by Jamie Squire/Getty Images)
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Russell WightAnalyst IApril 5, 2011

Apparently, Jim Edmonds didn't exactly have the time if his life after joining the Reds last season.

According to MLB.com's Mark Sheldon, in an interview with a St. Louis radio station, he opened up a bit about what he thought of the Reds organization and how he regrets coming to Cincinnati. He also throws a verbal jab at Brandon Phillips.

Edmonds said, "They have a bunch of good guys...other than that one situation (fight with the Cardinals) and that one player (Phillips)."

Phillips replied via Twitter, but did not take any shots, even though he implied there were plenty to be taken.

Edmonds also whined about his foot injury.

He said, "It's really frustrating. I don't know the words to use towards the Cincinnati doctors."

Give me a break.

Edmonds also said there were a few guys with chips on their shoulders and that the worst thing he did was accept the trade "for Walt."

The worst thing Reds fans had to do was pretend to root for this jerk.

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