Originally Posted by membengal
Serious question, didn't Brandon Phillips come up as a SS? Doesn't he have the range and arm to be awfully solid over there? Why not Phillips to SS? Has anyone with the Reds addressed that question and answered it? (If so, I missed it, sorry)
Look at the guys available, not alot to choose from. We KNOW Phillips can play GG caliber D at 2B, so if we can get another GG cailber SS why not just leave BP at 2nd?
We need to get another MIF, and Seabass is one of the best available.