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Is now the time for this man to wear these colors full-time? The Redlegs Review roundtable returns for another edition and after weeks of blubbering about what might happen when the season began, we have real baseball to discuss this week! Joining the panel this time around are Jimmi Adair (@Redlegs_Review), Scott Eddy (@scotte97), Jesse Welte (@RedlegsWriter) and Jon Davis (@I_Bleed_RedsRed). The topics this week include what to do with the hole left from the injury suffered by Ryan Ludwick, if now is the right time for a Billy Hamilton sighting at GABP and if this is the year Johnny Cueto takes the proverbial next step into being considered a true “ace” outside of Cincinnati. 1) Some of the excitement of the new season and Opening Day evaporated with the injury to Ryan Ludwick. With Ludwick likely lost for at least half the season, do you think the Reds are best served with Chris Heisey every day in left field, or would you try calling up Billy Hamilton ...
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