Found August 09, 2013 on Redlegs Review:
by: Izsac Rapp Staff Writer With Jonathan Broxton's return, and other reinforcements on the horizon for the Reds, will it be enough to give it one last push for the first wild card seed or even for the National League Central Division crown? There is no way for sure to tell ,but there are a few things that you can be sure of. We know what our pitching staff can do. With the current rotation, we know what to expect from the starters. Arroyo will continue to eat up innings, and Latos and Cingrani will continue to be the power pitchers that they are. I really can't say enough what Cingrani has done this season. Having a 6th man that is this dominate doesn't happen often. He could walk onto just about any rotation in the bigs and be an improvement. Bailey has been interesting. While his numbers don't show it, he has quietly had a solid season. As long as Leake can continue to work the same magic he has been preforming all season we will be in good shape. The cr...
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