Coming into 2013 health issues had previously been an issue with Sean Buckley, but it was a bigger challenge for him last year when arm problems sidelined him nearly all season. Now he’s looking to regain some of the attention that his power projections has previously brought to him and the Reds are hopeful he’s in shape for a fast track to make up for lost time.
After missing nearly all of the 2013 season, is the 2014 year a make or break on for Sean Buckley?
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The turnover of Major League Baseball rosters is typically a slow and gradual effect that is relatively unnoticed by the casual fan. Players are either released, traded away, demoted, or retire, and are replaced by younger players who have worked their way up through the system.
Fortunately, the Reds appear to be in good shape for both the short-term and long-term future, as they...
Manager: Ken Griffey Sr.
Pitching Coach: Rigo Beltran
Hitting Coach: Ray Martinez
With how the California League plays in general, it is always tough to predict things on the team level for teams in the league. The Blaze begin the season with five of my Top 40 Prospects.
We don’t yet know who will be the five starters for Bakersfield, but my guess would be, in no...
by: Chase Fitzgerald
The 2013 campaign will mark the third professional season for Reds prospect Sean Buckley. Sean, who is the son of Reds scouting director Chris Buckley, was drafted by Cincinnati in the sixth round of the 2011 Draft out of St. Petersburg College.
He is currently listed by MLB.com as the eighth-best prospect in the minor league...