Re: 2013 Reds Spring Training Battles and Stats
Originally Posted by MikeS21
The problem with putting a lot of stock in spring training performances is that virtually every spring, there is one guy who comes out of nowhere and has a great spring. That player takes up a roster spot from a guy who may have a poor spring, but ultimately will be the better player.
It seems as if this is a yearly thing.
It is a yearly thing with nearly every team in baseball. There is a tryout and the manager/general manager miss on one guy (sometimes more).
What if this is as good as it gets?