Found July 21, 2012 on Redlegs Review:
Gregorius by: Chase Fitzgerald Staff Writer The trade deadline is coming up and with Votto’s injury; the Reds are now much more likely to be active. So this article is ranking the players that are blocked at their position or just don’t fit with the Reds anymore. The players listed below are in my opinion, likely to be included in a deal this trade deadline. 5. Kyle Lotzkar Kyle Lotzkar is a right handed starting pitcher for the Reds and was even chosen to represent them in the future games playing for the World team. He is a very good prospect but is a high risk/high reward type. The Reds system is loaded with young pitching having Daniel Corcino, Tony Cingrani, Donnie Joseph, Robert Stephenson, and Nick Travieso so, trading Lotzkar wouldn’t really hurt them. A recently suggested trade that was featured on Redlegs Review was Lotzkar for Carlos Quentin who the Reds have been rumored to be very interested in. This deal would solve the Red’s problem at clean-up and only g...
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