The Cincinnati Reds rebuild period is over and the Reds are ready to tackle the NL Central head-on. The Reds had one of the most exciting off-seasons in baseball. New faces in Cincinnati include Yasiel Puig, Sonny Gray, Matt Kemp, Alex Wood and Tanner Roark. All upgrades to the Reds’ lineup and pitching staff.
New manager, David Bell, takes over in the dugout in 2019. He’ll have an excellent mix of young promising players out of the Reds’ farm system with veterans looking to win now. Jesse Winker, Nick Senzel and Jose Peraza are going to be fixtures in the Reds lineup for years to come. Joey Votto remains the staple that keeps this team together. Adding Kemp and Puig with the rest of the lineup including Eugenio Suarez, Scooter Gennett and Scott Schebler, the Reds have both speed and power to beat their NL Central rivals.
Gray was acquired in a trade with the Yankees and will be the ace to the Reds’ staff. Wood also came over in a trade, he was formerly with the Dodgers. Roark, also new to the Reds and was formerly with the Nationals. Luis Castillo and Anthony DeSclafani will round out the rotation with Raisel Iglesias as their closer.
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