Posted January 22, 2013 on reds.scout.com
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As spring training nears the Reds will once again look to move Aroldis Chapman into their rotation. He started a few spring training games last season but injuries in the bullpen eventually kept him a reliever. He turned into a dominant closer and now Cincinnati wants to see him stretched out over more innings.
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