Re: Reds All-Time Outfield
I voted based on the player's career with the Reds, not their overall career.
Kevin Mitchell should definitely qualify in the "what they did as a Red" category. In his first two abbreviated seasons in Cincinnati, all he did was OPS .986 and 1.110. His '94 season was like a cartoon (310 ABs, 30 HR, .429 OPB, .681 SLG).
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Last edited by Johnny Footstool; 03-16-2007 at 10:47 AM.