After a relatively quiet spring, we finally have some actual news about the Cincinnati Reds. Lots of cuts have been made, players have been released and sent to Triple-A, Nick Senzel will be playing second base at Louisville, and Eugenio Suarez has signed an outstanding long-term contract. Jason Linden and I had some fun discussing all the news.
I also tried to get Jason to convince me that I should be optimistic about the 2018 rotation, but I’m afraid that I’m not completely on board. You decide: who is right and who is wrong?
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