The 2015 Cincinnati Reds have flown under the radar when it comes to off season hype, but could be a surprise team in the NL Central.
The best off season acquisition for the Reds was veteran outfielder Marlon Byrd who should provide secondary power to the lineup. Byrd is still playing at a high level, smashing 25 home runs and driving in 85 runs in 2014 for the Philadelphia Phillies. Mat Latos and Alfredo Simon, two of 2014’s starting pitchers were dealt away for youth, gaining Anthony DeSclafani from the Miami Marlins. He is slated to pitch from the number-five spot in the rotation and is only 24-years old.
If two of the Red’s studs Joey Votto and Jay Bruce can bounce back from horrible 2014 showings and breakout stars Devin Mesoraco and Todd Frazier
can continue their emergence, this team should be vastly improved offensively. The Reds’ lineup features a great amount of potential from the powerful hitters to the ace bullpen led by Aroldis Chapman. Playing in a hitter-friendly venue like Great American Ballpark, fans will want to grab their Reds’ tickets and head down to watch these guys battle it out this summer.
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