I am stilled baffled by this entire episode.
Minnesota is far and away the worst defensive team in the majors in terms of defensive efficiency (% of balls in play converted to outs) which is regarded as the best measure of overall team defense (Reds are in the middle of the pack).
So Minnesota which by this measure is much worse than the Reds still chose to release Castro (a supposed defensive specialist). That can only lead to two conclusions.
1) He isn't nearly as good defensively as his reputation
2) Even though the Twins clearly need better defense, his offense is so bad that they felt compelled to remove him from the lineup.
Plus when EE comes back just when and where is he supposed to play because he brings almost nothing to a game he does not start.
Cincinnati is quickly becoming a haven for guys who can't find a home anywhere else.