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The end is near for our eight-part series of predictions for the Reds in 2013. We've covered several aspects of the everyday players from the big league club, but also of high importance is the future of the team. Even with the trades of the past couple years, the Reds still have a decent farm system teeming with prospects ready to make their mark on baseball. You can probably tell where this is going and who the Redlegs Review writers picked in this category.
The 2013 Reds Top Youngster:
@RedlegsWriter: Did you expect anyone else? The record-setting speedster switched to center field this offseason and will start the season in Louisville, barring extraordinary circumstances. He is possibly the most exciting prospect the Reds have ever had and he fits an exact need the Reds will face in 2014. Shin-Soo Choo will man the leadoff spot in 2013, but he is seen as a stopgap until Hamilton is ready to join the team full-time, which everyone and their b...
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The Reds were victorious over the White Sox yesterday, winning 7-3. Johnny Cueto started for the Reds and wasn’t that great: 2 runs (earned) on 3 hits in 4.0 innings of work. Fortunately for him, the offense came to play. Shin-Soo Choo went 4-for-4 with 2 runs scored. Todd Frazier went 3-for-4 with 1 RBI on a solo shot and 3 runs scored.
The Reds have today...
It's day six of our Reds predictions. Most players are going to give you what they're going to give you and you can expect it like clockwork. For example, Joey Votto is going to be Joey Votto. He's going to hit for average, get on base, and drive in runs because that's what Joey Votto's do. However, every manager hopes to hit the jackpot with one or two players...
Cincinnati lifted their Cactus League record to 3-11 after racing past the split-squad Chicago White Sox, 7-3, on Sunday. Shin-Soo Choo and Todd Frazier led the offensive charge with seven hits between them. The Reds enjoy an off day on Monday before welcoming the Dodgers to Goodyear Tuesday evening.
Until then, here is a mixed bag of Reds news and notes...
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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...
Reds fans who migrate into Kings Island this year will be greeted to a tasty new attraction.
The popular Ohio amusement park, owned by Cedar Fair Entertainment Company, is slated to unveil "The Reds Hall of Fame Grille" when the park opens its gates for the season April 27.
The full-service, air-conditioned restaurant will feature authentic Reds memorabilia, framed...
Happy weekend, folks. Here are some Reds news and notes for your weekend.
+ ESPN.com's Jim Bowden writes about possible turmoil brewing in Reds camp over how to effectively use Aroldis Chapman. According to Bowden, Dusty Baker and most of the players allegedly want Chapman to remain the closer. GM Walt Jocketty and pitching coach Bryan Price think Chapman is better served...
Shin-Soo Choo got four hits and Todd Frazier homered Sunday as the Cincinnati Reds beat a Chicago White Sox split squad 7-3.
Frazier had three hits and Cesar Izturis drove in two runs.
Reds starter Johnny Cueto was erratic in his second spring start. He walked three and hit another, but completed four innings and gave up just two runs.
Chicago starter Gavin Floyd allowed four...
Jay Bruce will be just 26 years old on April 3 and he already has two 30-homer seasons and 134 homers for his career. His runs, home run, RBI, and stolen base totals have gone up every since over the last four years, and he’s taken on an increasingly important role in the Cincinnati lineup. [...]
Cesar Izturis boosted his chance to win a utility job on the Cincinnati Reds, hitting a sixth inning home run off Travis Webb and an eighth-inning RBI single against Johnny Hellweg in the Cincinnati Reds' 6-5 win over the Milwaukee Brewers on Saturday.
Logan Schafer drove in two runs with a single and a double and Donnie Murphy hit three hits, including a double.
GOODYEAR, Ariz. (AP) -- Cesar Izturis boosted his chance to win a utility job on the Cincinnati Reds, hitting a sixth inning home run off Travis Webb and an eighth-inning RBI single against Johnny Hellweg in the Cincinnati Reds' 6-5 win over the Milwaukee Brewers on Saturday.Logan Schafer drove in two runs with a single and a double and Donnie Murphy hit three hits, including...
The 2012 Reds rebounded back into a the second-best record in baseball and a post-season berth. Can they maintain that same level of success or are they poised for another big drop off?
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