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Could the Reds and Rockies be doing business together this offseason?According to Troy Renck of the Denver Post, Colorado has talked with All-Star Carlos Gonzalez about the possibility of moving from right to center field next season. Apparently, Gonzalez has already told the club he would be willing to do it, under the condition that it be his regular position. Of course, the mere fact that the Rockies are inquiring has been viewed by ESPN Insider AJ Mass as a subtle indication that the club may be open to moving center field incumbent Dexter Fowler.Who might be interested in the services of the 27-year-old Fowler? Yeah, you guessed it, the Reds, who are faced with the difficult challenge of replacing Shin-Soo Choo in center field next year. And Cincinnati may have just the bargaining chip to wave at the Rockies in the personnel of defamed All-Star second basemen Brandon Phillips, whose remaining $50 million contract is a burden the Reds are (reportedly) impetuously trying to s...
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