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Votto is eyeing another MVP-type season in 2012
Fantasy team owners are salivating at the prospects of Joey Votto's 2012 campaign. Many sites have projected him to be among the most valuable fantasy players in baseball this year. The 2010 NL MVP has already cemented his name among the superstars of today, but another solid season in '12 would solidify his position even more.
So, to help give a better idea of what this upcoming season may hold for him I've dug up projections from four different sources. They are as follows:
And here are their respective projections:
BG: .295/.368/.514, 29 HR, 98 RBIs, 37 2Bs, 95 RS
RC: .314/.422/.548, 29 HR, 108 RBIs, 111 RS
ZiPS: .294/.402/.529, 30 HR, 102 RBIs, 34 2Bs, 93 RS
ESPN: .312/.416/.551, 32 HR, 107 RBIs, 104 RS
Career avg (5 years): .313/.405/.550, 30 HR, 101 RBIs, 97 RS
Barring an injury or a suspension Votto will put ...
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On Tuesday, ESPN Insider Jim Bowden published the names of seven players who he thinks are "poised to erupt" this season. One former member of the Cincinnati organization made the list. He was included in the trade that brought right-hander Mat Latos to the Queen City in exchange for three others. Who is it? It's none other than RHP Brad Boxberger.
Can you believe March is a mere one week away? Leap year or not, February has flown by and it's almost time for the Reds to delve into their slate of Spring Training games. Here are some tidbits and notes from the past week to help you get caught up on things:
* Outfielder Jay Bruce reported to camp weighing about 16 pounds less than he did last season. The All-Star hopes...
I was prepared to write all sorts of glowing comments about the state of Cincinnati’s minor league system… but then a funny thing happened. The organization acquired one of the top arms in the National League at the cost of three key young prospects. Even with the trade dust now settled, though, the farm system still boasts some high ceiling prospects, as well as a plethora of...
As has become Cincinnati Reds’ manager Dusty Baker’s custom, today he announced that the 2012 Opening Day … [visit site to read more]
It’s early, so early in fact that making a guess at the opening day lineup when only pitchers and catchers have reported is silly. But, I am going to do it anyway. I will start by making a couple of assumptions:
Cueto is going to be the opening day starter.
Cozart is going to come back, 100% to the form that we saw for a short period last season.
So with those two assumptions...
No news is good news for the Cincinnati Reds as they begin spring training.No one on the roster suffered an injury during their offseason workouts (knock on wood), there have been no ailments that have popped up the first few days of spring training (keep knocking) and there have been no visa problems with players from the Dominican Republic and other foreign nations.
GOODYEAR, Ariz. The sun beat down warmly on their necks as they went through their early-morning driflls, dew still on the short grass. And the cactus outside the complex let them know: It is time to get their bodies and minds ready for the long, long season.
The Cincinnati Reds, mostly pitchers and catchers this week, began spring training Monday with some things old and a lot...
Reds right fielder Jay Bruce was among the early arrivals to Spring Training on Monday. Bruce, who was listed at 225 pounds last season, arrived noticeably trimmer.
Reds manager Dusty Baker wasn't ready to declare rookie Devin Mesoraco his No. 1 catcher as of Tuesday morning.
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GOODYEAR, ARIZ. (AP) - Aroldis Chapman will be tested as a starter this spring by the Cincinnati Reds.The 24-year old lefthander whose pitches have been clocked at 105 mph has a 6-3 record with a 3.27 ERA in 69 relief appearances over the last two seasons with Cincinnati.But the small-market ...
Cincinnati Reds fans will see less of Jay Bruce this season, as he reported to camp 16 pounds lighter.
With Jay Bruce 15 pounds lighter this year as he reported to camp, manager Dusty Baker expects the right fielder to make adjustments in his hitting approach.
Edgar Renteria, who drove in the game-winning run in the 1997 World Series as a 20-year-old, and 13 years later was named World Series Most Valuable Player, is leaning toward retirement, his agent told FOXSports.com's Ken Rosenthal.