Harvey has certainly been better than expected since joining the Reds, but we’re still just talking about 10 games of improved performance.
With a strong offense and sturdy bullpen taking shape, an average rotation is the last step between the Reds and respectability.
What if the Reds already have a center fielder, right under our noses? The more I’ve seen Schebler and considered the question, the more intrigued I become.
The draft is over, and it’s about to be July. That means it’s trading season for the Reds.
If we get to Opening Day 2019 and the Reds haven’t made significant progress, settle in for yet another season of the never-ending crash-and-burn rebuild.
If this club is intent on chasing respectability, then they must look outside for starting pitching assistance. The most prudent course of action? A trade.
Hey, there haven’t been very many wins to celebrate in 2018, so let’s enjoy this, shall we?
If you’re looking for reasons to be confident in the direction of the Reds’ never-ending rebuilding process, this hasn’t exactly been a banner week. Let’s recap.
All we’re asking is for Reds ownership to do what they told us they were going to do. If they can’t, Reds fans will likely turn their attention elsewhere.
Brice. Floro. Hughes. They’re three of the principal relievers to know when doling out credit for the respectability restored to the Reds’ bullpen.