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What trade would get the Reds back on track?

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What trade would get the Reds back on track? 

Post#1 » by dream34 » Mon Jun 2, 2014 8:05 pm

This offense is just brutal.
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Re: What trade would get the Reds back on track? 

Post#2 » by old rem » Sun Dec 20, 2015 7:36 pm

How times change in a year. Reds NOW... mostly a minor league farm team. ANY cause for hope..is gone or being shopped. Any reason to WATCH... also gone or will be gone. Deals ain't getting the kind of prospect who's apt to be REAL SPECIAL. It's just full salary dump. Sad. I watched a lot of games the last few summers.
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Re: What trade would get the Reds back on track? 

Post#3 » by Ror1997 » Thu Dec 31, 2015 10:15 am

old rem wrote:How times change in a year. Reds NOW... mostly a minor league farm team. ANY cause for hope..is gone or being shopped. Any reason to WATCH... also gone or will be gone. Deals ain't getting the kind of prospect who's apt to be REAL SPECIAL. It's just full salary dump. Sad. I watched a lot of games the last few summers.


I was just thinking about the recent deals they have made. Terrible return for Fraizer, terrible decision to sell low on Chapman. If they were to continued to make deals, i wonder if the O's match up for a Jay Bruce trade.
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