Beltran over Bruce ain't even close, Beltran by a mile.
I personally think the Cardinals starting pitching has to come back to earth.
In 2012 Reds RF had OPS of .824 Cardinals RF had OPS of .837.
Have to imagine when it all ends up this season they will be in about the same range. Bruce slow start but will end up about there I am sure. Beltran had hot start last season but cooled off a bit. Better off looking at overall production from RF due to Beltran missing so much time.
Maybe I'm just cynical and grouchy today, but I have to roll my eyes at the remark Miller "Probably" wont end up with an ERA under 1.50.
I mean I use probably only because I can't see the future.
The torque gives him a few extra Mphs now. In the long run it's too much pressure on his forearm.
This is the time. The real Reds organization is back.
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