by: Parker Perry @ParkerPerry_
With news (I believe it was CBS Sports who reported first) that Ryan Ludwick has been signed to a two year deal, the Reds now turn to other needs.
With Scott Rolen's future in doubt, and Miguel Cairo and Wilson Valdez unlikely to return, the Reds need to find a good utility infielder who can back up Todd Frazier at third base.
According to Darran Wolfson of 5 Eyewitness News, Cue Jack Hannahan. He is previously from the Cleveland Indians.
Hannahan's numbers are not stellar. But he is an upgrade over the backup players mentioned above. Hannahan finished the 2012 season with a .244 batting average, which was 38 points better than Valdez and 57 points better than Cairo,
Living in Akron, Ohio, I keep a distant watch of the Indians. I am far from a fan, and I do not have a second favorite team (or an AL team or any alternative fandom. I have one team, and that team is the Cincinnati Reds).
From what I can gather fro...