Originally Posted by OnBaseMachine
Apparently, you have to be in a bad slump to bat 3rd and 4th in the Reds lineup. Our two best hitters are batting 5th and 6th.
Unreal, this lineup. I know everyone got his/her panties in a bunch about Boone's lineups, but this just takes it. I don't know whether to
I can see it now, no kidding: Kearns to a Moneyball team (Dodgers?) for an oft-injured, once-highly-thought-of minor league pitcher. DanO's take: "Well, considering Kearns's injury history, we thought it was worth taking a chance on pitching." As Kearns patrols leftfield next to Bradley and Drew, leaving the Dodgers with the best outfield ever assembled and the Reds with Edwin Jackson on the DL.