Found January 21, 2013 on Fangraphs:
PLAYERS: Shin-Soo ChooRyan LudwickBronson ArroyoHomer BaileyJohnny CuetoMat LatosMike LeakeAroldis ChapmanJonathan BroxtonBilly HamiltonDavid VidalTony CingraniJoey VottoJay BruceBrandon PhillipsTodd FrazierDevin MesoracoRyan HaniganScott RolenChris HeiseyHenry RodriguezNevin AshleyTucker BarnhartJack HannahanJason DonaldCorky MillerMarquez SmithXavier PaulMike HessmanCesar IzturisMiguel CairoRyan LaMarreEmmanuel BurrissNeftali SotoDenis PhippsJoey GathrightBeau MillsWillie HarrisDonald LutzDerrick RobinsonTodd HeltonCarlos PenaJeff ConineGeoff BlumNick GreenTim OlsonSean MarshallJ.J. HooverSam LecureAlfredo SimonJose ArredondoChad RogersWill OhmanDaniel CorcinoLogan OndrusekKevin WhelanKanekoa TexeiraIsmael GuillonDrew HayesPedro VillarrealJustin FreemanCarlos ContrerasJeff StevensNick ChristianiCarlos FisherTodd RedmondKyle LotzkarGreg ReynoldsJosh RavinAndrew BrackmanCurtis PartchChad ReinekeSean GallagherRoy HalladayJohn ThomsonChris HoltShawn EstesBobby JenksJason FrasorDanny KolbMike MacDougalZach McClellanNorm CharltonAgustin MonteroMarty McLearyDallas TrahernRA DickeyLoek Van Mil
TEAMS: Cincinnati RedsChicago White SoxColorado RockiesHouston AstrosArizona DiamondbacksPhiladelphia PhilliesSt. Louis BluesBoston Red SoxTexas RangersWashington NationalsToronto Blue Jays
Dan Szymborski’s ZiPS projections, which have typically appeared in the pages of Baseball Think Factory, are being released at FanGraphs this year. Below are the projections for the Cincinnati Reds. Szymborski can be found on Twitter at @DSzymborski. Other 2013 Projections: Angels / Astros / Athl...
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