by: Parker Perry
After three innings of the baseball winter meetings, the Cincinnati Reds are still scoreless.
Though it appears at the start of day two of the three day winter meeting, the Reds will start with a man in scoring position.
It's looking more and more like Ryan Ludwick.
The Cincinnati Reds seem more interested in keeping the band together than it does adding a new base guitarist--and that is not a bad thing at all.
John Fay is reporting that the Reds have offered Ludwick a contract they feel will get the job done, and MLB.com's Mark Sheldon is also reporting that the two parties will meet Tuesday morning to hammer out details.
Along with the Reds talking to Ludwick, Sheldon also reports that the they have not contacted teams about their lead off hitter. Or at least have not contacted the obvious choices: Dexter Fowler and Coco Crisp.
Ludwick played a huge role on the 2012 Cincinnati Reds, and one would be simply be wrong...