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  • 2013 ZiPS projections

    http://www.fangraphs.com/blogs/index...ncinnati-reds/

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    ZiPS really likes the Reds

    ZiPS really likes Joey Votto (who doesn't): .420/.542 and 5.6 WAR
    Todd Frazier: 310/.444
    Mesaraco: .316/.429

    Another interesting projection is Billy Hamilton: .330/.345 that's 157 hits, 18 doubles, 11 triples, 2 HR, and 54 steals.

    The pitching is also good
    Aroldis Chapman, 26 starts, 143 innings, 65 BB, 161 K's, 3.63 ERA, 3.72 FIP, and 3 WAR

  • #2
    Yeah, the Reds are looking great for this coming season. Choo has been ridiculous so far this spring, and will be a huge improvement over Stubbs. It will be fun in the NL Central again!
    "It ain't braggin' if you can do it." Dizzy Dean

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    • #3
      The Reds should rule the weak Central Division this season. None of the other teams made any significant roster moves during the off-season.

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      • #4
        Originally posted by icee82 View Post
        The Reds should rule the weak Central Division this season. None of the other teams made any significant roster moves during the off-season.
        Pretty sure that "weak" isn't how I'd classify the Cardinals

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        • #5
          Agreed. The Cardinals line up is pretty stacked. Wainwright is all the way back. I think it will be a good race. I like the Reds, but on paper (which doesnt mean much) it's pretty tight.

          G Man

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          • #6
            Opps to the "weak" Central division. It's arguably the best. At certain points the 3 teams have had the best 3 records in baseball. It's entirely possible that all 3 will make playoffs. Race for divison should be fun.

            G Man

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