Found December 28, 2012 on Redlegs Review:
Although there isn't much to report on in Reds-related news, there are some Reds-related links floating around the 'net. Here is a collection of the more notable ones: + ESPN's Jayson Stark rounded up some of the best "Strange But True" moments from the 2012 MLB season and stuffed them into one post. I'd highly recommend checking it out. His post includes a lot of good nuggets in there. + The club's addition of Shin-Soo Choo has finally solidified the leadoff spot. Might the Reds now have the best-looking lineup in the National League? The Bleacher Report's Tyler Duma seems to think so. + MLB.com beat writer Mark Sheldon highlights the five biggest storylines of the Reds season. Cincy's improbable surge once Joey Votto went down to injury is among them. + Sheldon also received the chance to catch up with right-hander Sam LeCure for a Q&A session right before Christmas. Here is the transcript of that interview. + As most of th...
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