Catcher – Corky Miller & Miguel Olivo
Corky Miller will return to Louisville for what seems like his 20th year, though it will only be his 10th. He will split time with Miguel Olivo who was hoping to catch on with the big league squad, but has struggled to hit this spring. Olivo hit .222/.239/.381 with the Seattle Mariners in 2012.
First Base - Neftali Soto
While the Reds have tossed out the idea that Soto could see some time at third base this year in an attempt to find a place for his bat at the MLB level, he should see a majority of his time at first for the second straight year. He will look to improve upon his 2012 with the Bats where he hit just .245/.313/.400. He improved his plate discipline last year, but nagging injuries held back the rest of his offensive game.
Second Base – Emmanuel Burris
Burris split his 2012 between AAA and the Majors with the Giants. In the Majors he posted a .213/.270/.221 line, but was solid in AAA with a .274/.342/.377 line. He was co...