Former Reds and Yankees outfielder Paul O'Neill has been talking to the Reds about their managerial opening, according to a report that surfaced on Wednesday evening. "It is not a rebuilding situation," O'Neill said. O'Neill, who grew up in Ohio, spent the first eight years of his career with the Reds before being traded to the Yankees in 1993 for Roberto Kelly. According to the ESPN New York, O'Neill said he had not sat down with Castellini yet but had been in touch with the organization over the years "about numerous things." "There are basically two organizations in my life, the Reds and the Yankees. "I think Paul is a guy that loves the game and has a passion for winning and I think he would be a good manager."