Found March 09, 2013 on Redlegs Review:
This week marks the third installment of the Redlegs Review round table. In this edition, RR staffers Jimmi Adair (@Redlegs_Review), Scott Eddy (@scotte97), Jesse Welte (@RedlegsWriter), Dan Howard (@DaHermit16), Jon Davis (@I_Bleed_RedsRed), and Matt Bollmann (@RedlegsMatt) discuss four recent topics up for debate. These topics include the prospects of Todd Frazier playing third base everyday, the excitement of the World Baseball Classic, the team's signing of Mark Prior, and how the season-ending injury to Cardinals shortstop Rafael Furcal affects the NL Central race. 1) CBS Insider Danny Knobler wrote a column this week on his “likes and dislikes” about the Reds. You can click on the link for the whole thing, but one of his interesting “dislikes” was Todd Frazier taking over full-time at third base. Are you sold on Frazier as a full-time player? Scott: I won’t go so far as saying that Frazier as a full-time player is a “dislike” in my book, but I certainly w...
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