Found April 01, 2013 on Reds Minor Leagues:
Here is the Louisville Bats official roster, at least as of 10am this morning when the Bats sent it out. Louisville Bats Pitchers Throws Jose Arredondo Right Nick Christiani Right Tony Cingrani Left Daniel Corcino Right Wilkin De La Rosa Left Justin Freeman Right Armando Galarraga Right Clay Hensley Right Mark Prior Right Chad Reineke Right Greg Reynolds Right Pedro Villarreal Right Kevin Whelan Right Catchers Bats Nevin Ashley Right Corky Millter Right Konrad Schmidt Right Infielders Bats Emmanuel Burris Switch Mike Hessman Right Kristopher Negron Right Henry Rodriguez Right Neftali Soto Right Outfielders Bats Josh Fellhauer Left Billy Hamilton Switch Felix Perez Left Denis Phipps Right Derrick Robinson Switch No real surprises on the roster. The most interesting thing to me will be to see how the outfield works out in terms of playing time. Hamilton is likely to start just about every day. The other ...
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