Originally Posted by RiverRat13
Wanting to see a little more playing time for a guy who is a year removed from being considered a top-20 prospect in all of baseball is a phenomenon only experienced by Reds fans?
It's been four games, and the Reds have won the last three of them against really tough teams while the pitching has been stellar.
Why fix what isn't broken?
I'm guessing Baker wanted to put Mesoraco in a less pressure-packed game situation so that he could experience some success. There's nothing wrong with that move, if so. Hanigan had an off-day after OD, so it's not like he's worn down.
Jeez, the love for Mesoraco borders on the ridiculous here.