by: Parker Perry @ParkerPerry_
The Blog Red Machine posted an article Monday explaining that a Reds' outfielder has once again been put in a tough spot as the fourth outfielder in 2013.
It argued that Chris Heisey is on the baseball God's bad side, as he continues to be put on the back burner as a Cincinnati Red.
And though Heisey is definitely the fourth option in the upcoming year, he will surely see more playing time in 2013 than he has in any other year as a major leaguer--or at least he should.
When the Reds traded for Shin-Soo Choo, they made themselves a legitimate World Series contending team. Choo is everything the Reds need offensively. Some have said that Choo's skills are diminishing, but he is still the perfect bat to make the 2013 Reds a virtual irresistible force.
However, as good as Choo is against right handers (he posted a .327 average against them last year), he was horrid against left handed pitching.
If you thought Jay Bruce (.225 agai...