Here is one writer's proposal to fix the Reds
So Walt Jocketty and Dusty Baker haven’t been sitting on their hands, but the Reds should be thinking in terms of what other moves they can make to exploit their depth on the big-league roster as well as within a farm system that provides them with good alternatives. The danger of doing nothing is that they might wind up watching as the Cardinals get out too far ahead, and waiting until July to seriously reconsider their roster could only add to the challenge
1. Stop messing around with Paul Janish as the starting shortstop.
2. Stick with Lewis and Heisey in left, but not in a straight platoon -- if Heisey wins the job, let him.
3. Shop a catcher, either catcher.
4. Deal from depth to get what they need: an ace starter.