Re: best current Reds lineup
Thanks for your reply old school, some very good points and thoughtful analysis.
Given Paul's .379 obp vs. Cozart's .230 through 22 games, not sure the rightly/lefty splits matter ( I don't know what those stats are at present). I want someone getting on base in that #2 slot and would not have left Heisey there for so long.
I definitely agree with you on moving the hot players around, Mesoraco definitely has a lot potential.
Frazier had the game-winning tater today, a long solo blast. He has 6 HR vs. Bruce's 1. But no problem swapping them once Bruce heats up. Hope we can agree he's better overall than Rolen...
thanks again, lets see how we fare against the Nats....