Cincinnati has some smaller fishbowl comforts it can sell.
Sure it does.
But the horse that pulls that wagon is the ability to contend enough to make a rush in season if need be, that means stability in the farm system, money to buy guys to get over the hump and depth all around.
Stuff that the Reds are currently lacking in.
That's a hard sell to FA's at this point, if a better pitcher who makes more jack than Wilson is to be had it will probably be by a trade.