I have a post up today for Cincinnati Magazine that takes a fun stroll down the recent history of Reds late bloomers.

You might find it interesting. My Adam Duvall skepticism is certainly eroding, I’ll say that.

Check it out.

Jason has been a fan of the Reds since he was born. He really had no choice in the matter. He has been writing at Redleg Nation for a few years, and also writes and edits at The Hardball Times. His debut novel, When the Sparrow Sings, is available now and concerns baseball, among other things. You can find more information at jasonlinden.com.

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  1. Interesting results Jason, especially that Boone and Sabo weren’t as good or for as long as we probably remember. I see Schebler continuing to improve, I’m not as sold on Duvall. For me I’d be fine to see Duvall traded (with the usual solid return caveat) with Winker, Hamilton and Schebler manning the outfield. Also, I now find myself solidly in the “extend Cozart” camp and this data does nothing to change my mind about that. He’s good and getting better, healthy, and, perhaps most importantly without an obvious replacement of similar quality on both sides of the ball. Let’s get Cozart that donkey and a few more years in Cincinnati.

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Jason has been a fan of the Reds since he was born. He really had no choice in the matter. He has been writing at Redleg Nation for a few years, and also writes and edits at The Hardball Times. His debut novel, When the Sparrow Sings, is available now and concerns baseball, among other things. You can find more information at jasonlinden.com.

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