Re: Are the Reds done dealing?
Jocketty still has chips left on the table-- a reliable, cheap MOR starter in Mike Leake, a few young relievers with live arms in Arredondo, Hoover, Simon, and Ondrusek, and a grizzled veteran arm with late-game experience coming back from injury in Masset.
He also has a (depleted) stock of prospects that may be of interest.
He could go for a set-up guy. He could decide to trade some of these guys for prospects. He could look for a better option behind the plate, as I believe that to be the weakest link in the Red 2013 armor. (Jocketty may not agree.)
I'm guessing he's done, aside from the inevitable bargain bin shopping for AAAA depth both in the rotation and bullpen. (I believe, with Donald, Burriss, H. Rodriguez, and Soto, he'll stand pat in the IF. Too, with Hamilton, LaMarre, Perez, and others in the AAA OF, there's not a lot of reason to go for a veteran there as well. Maybe a catcher to stash in Louisville, a la Navarro last season?)
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