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  • Finally right? That is how 90% of people will think when they see the Reds. I have ranked them at 11 because they are very underrated, the lineup is very solid, the bullpen has 5 guys that are very underrated, in fact no one knows then yet 4 have ERAs of 3.10 and lower. And the Rotation can surprise everyone in the new season. That is why I ranked them at #11. ■□¤▪¤▪¤▪¤□■ The Key Offensive Player for the Reds is going to be Eugenio Suarez. Not Votto, Not Gennett but Suarez. Suarez hit .283/.366/.526 coming to a phenomenal OPS of .892. Suarez also drove in 104 runs while hitting the long ball 34 times. Expect Suarez to lead a stacked lineup. ■□¤▪¤▪¤▪¤□■ The Player To Watch is INF Connor Joe. Joe hit .299/.408/.527 in AA/AAA last season as well as hitting 17 home runs and 55 RBIs. Joe also only struck out 88 times while walking only 60 times. I expect Joe to be called up and be a very helpful bench bat or possibly replacing Peraza at shortstop if he does really well. ■□¤▪¤▪¤▪¤□■ The Best Bullpen Arm is Raisel Iglesias. Iglesias is just one of many underrated arms in the Reds Bullpen. Raisel pitched to a 2.38 ERA in 72.0 IP while striking out 80. Iglesias also had 30 saves in 34 Save Opportunities. Expect him to be a lights out closer this coming season. ■□¤▪¤▪¤▪¤□■ The Best Starting Itcher goes to Sonny Gray. Despite last year being a horrible year at Yankee Stadium, Gray pitched phenomenal in road games pitching to a 3.17 ERA. Yes I know Great American Ballpark is still a hitters park but I do see Gray being better this year especially with his last 7 games being great when he pitched to a 1.99 ERA. Even though he only started 2 games in that span that is still a good sign of what can come. ■□¤▪¤▪¤▪¤□■ This is a shock to few but on paper the Reds have a lot of potential, and to those who say "ThEy WeRe LaSt PlAcE lAsT yEaR" or "ThEy WeRe 67-95" Just look at how many teams have had a win spike within a offseason. This is not out of question. The Reds have made tons of good acquisitions. That was #11! Who will start off the top 10??? Finally right? That is how 90% of people will think when they see the Reds. I have ranked them at 11 because they are very underrated, the lineup is very solid, the bullpen has 5 guys that are very underrated, in fact no one knows then yet 4 have ERAs of 3.10 and lower. And the Rotation can surprise everyone in the new season. That is why I ranked them at #11. ■□¤▪¤▪¤▪¤□■ The Key Offensive Player for the Reds is going to be Eugenio Suarez. Not Votto, Not Gennett but Suarez. Suarez hit .283/.366/.526 coming to a phenomenal OPS of .892. Suarez also drove in 104 runs while hitting the long ball 34 times. Expect Suarez to lead a stacked lineup. ■□¤▪¤▪¤▪¤□■ The Player To Watch is INF Connor Joe. Joe hit .299/.408/.527 in AA/AAA last season as well as hitting 17 home runs and 55 RBIs. Joe also only struck out 88 times while walking only 60 times. I expect Joe to be called up and be a very helpful bench bat or possibly replacing Peraza at shortstop if he does really well. ■□¤▪¤▪¤▪¤□■ The Best Bullpen Arm is Raisel Iglesias. Iglesias is just one of many underrated arms in the Reds Bullpen. Raisel pitched to a 2.38 ERA in 72.0 IP while striking out 80. Iglesias also had 30 saves in 34 Save Opportunities. Expect him to be a lights out closer this coming season. ■□¤▪¤▪¤▪¤□■ The Best Starting Itcher goes to Sonny Gray. Despite last year being a horrible year at Yankee Stadium, Gray pitched phenomenal in road games pitching to a 3.17 ERA. Yes I know Great American Ballpark is still a hitters park but I do see Gray being better this year especially with his last 7 games being great when he pitched to a 1.99 ERA. Even though he only started 2 games in that span that is still a good sign of what can come. ■□¤▪¤▪¤▪¤□■ This is a shock to few but on paper the Reds have a lot of potential, and to those who say "ThEy WeRe LaSt PlAcE lAsT yEaR" or "ThEy WeRe 67-95" Just look at how many teams have had a win spike within a offseason. This is not out of question. The Reds have made tons of good acquisitions. That was #11! Who will start off the top 10???
  • Finally right? That is how 90% of people will think when they see the Reds. I have ranked them at 11 because they are very underrated, the lineup is very solid, the bullpen has 5 guys that are very underrated, in fact no one knows then yet 4 have ERAs of 3.10 and lower. And the Rotation can surprise everyone in the new season. That is why I ranked them at #11. ■□¤▪¤▪¤▪¤□■ The Key Offensive Player for the Reds is going to be Eugenio Suarez. Not Votto, Not Gennett but Suarez. Suarez hit .283/.366/.526 coming to a phenomenal OPS of .892. Suarez also drove in 104 runs while hitting the long ball 34 times. Expect Suarez to lead a stacked lineup. ■□¤▪¤▪¤▪¤□■ The Player To Watch is INF Connor Joe. Joe hit .299/.408/.527 in AA/AAA last season as well as hitting 17 home runs and 55 RBIs. Joe also only struck out 88 times while walking only 60 times. I expect Joe to be called up and be a very helpful bench bat or possibly replacing Peraza at shortstop if he does really well. ■□¤▪¤▪¤▪¤□■ The Best Bullpen Arm is Raisel Iglesias. Iglesias is just one of many underrated arms in the Reds Bullpen. Raisel pitched to a 2.38 ERA in 72.0 IP while striking out 80. Iglesias also had 30 saves in 34 Save Opportunities. Expect him to be a lights out closer this coming season. ■□¤▪¤▪¤▪¤□■ The Best Starting Itcher goes to Sonny Gray. Despite last year being a horrible year at Yankee Stadium, Gray pitched phenomenal in road games pitching to a 3.17 ERA. Yes I know Great American Ballpark is still a hitters park but I do see Gray being better this year especially with his last 7 games being great when he pitched to a 1.99 ERA. Even though he only started 2 games in that span that is still a good sign of what can come. ■□¤▪¤▪¤▪¤□■ This is a shock to few but on paper the Reds have a lot of potential, and to those who say "ThEy WeRe LaSt PlAcE lAsT yEaR" or "ThEy WeRe 67-95" Just look at how many teams have had a win spike within a offseason. This is not out of question. The Reds have made tons of good acquisitions. That was #11! Who will start off the top 10???
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