Originally Posted by lollipopcurve
He'll be up soon enough. No reason to rush him -- he's not going to be in Cincy this year. I like the idea of Dayton winning games, and he's a big part of that.
I'd like to have him ready to step in at the big league level in some capacity by the time Cordero moves on. To get him ready, he needs to start facing real competition. Highly drafted college relievers move faster than anyone. That is a big part of the appeal of spending a high draft pick on them, especially when you consider the fact that they have a shorter shelf-life than just about anyone else.