Not so,Originally Posted by GullyFoyle
Joe Sheehan also has the Reds 2nd.
http://www.baseballprospectus.com/ar...articleid=4931The Reds have the most upside of the other five teams, and they could be interesting if they somehow managed to stay under 850 runs allowed. I donít really see it happening; they have a below-average rotation and poor bullpen pitching in front of what might be the NLís worst defense in a very good hittersí park. In a best-case scenario, their five starters stay healthy and provide league-average performance, while some combination of Ryan Wagner (who I really like this year), Matt Belisle and Todd Coffey emerge as a 1-2 combination in the bullpen.
Code:Cardinals 94 68 850 730 Reds 83 79 901 879 Cubs 83 79 764 753 Astros 80 82 681 687 Brewers 77 85 710 741 Pirates 67 95 669 788