Re: mlb.com article saying Hamilton may be up sooner than later, and Chapman to rotat
Jocketty says that moving Chapman to the rotation is dependent upon their ability to re-sign Madson and/or Broxton?
C'mon. I think that's like saying who I vote for President is dependent upon whether the stock market goes up or down today. I think the Reds need to make a fundamental decision on where Chapman will help the team the most over the next five years, then act accordingly with regards to other signings and acquisitions.
In addition, wasn't Marshall re-signed to the big extension with the thought that he would eventually be the closer?