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    Worst player for the Reds

    I cant decide...

    Griffey? He is ALWAYS getting hurt. Plus, he is WAAAAY too expensive. We'd win way more games without him. No hustle, no energy, just 10 million a year wasted.

    Dunn? Talk about a strikeout machine. We would strike out way less as a team without him, so I think we should trade him. He walks too much too. Walks could have been home runs if he tried harder.

    Arroyo? OK Mr. "win 10 then lose 10." We should trade Arroyo for some meat in the OF to take Griffey's place. Reggie Sanders or Wily Mo from Boston maybe?

    Freel? ZERO power and he's way too short. Plus, he cant stay healthy when he is a starter, that has been proven time and time again. Plus, he got a DUI which means he is not a role model. Trade him for prospects.



    These 4 players take up waaay too much money. We should release/trade all of them and then go out and get pitching and more power. Also, Jerry Narron needs to be fired for making bad lineups everyday.









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    Re: Worst player for the Reds

    Are you redsupport with a different name?

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    Re: Worst player for the Reds

    Yeah I'm sure fans would love if we traded the four most recognizable faces on the Reds. I bet that will increase attendance at games.

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    Re: Worst player for the Reds

    This thread is just asking to be a flame-fest.

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    Re: Worst player for the Reds

    Okay... I like the humor. HOWEVER: Our worst player this season is clearly Tony Womack although Royce would like to get in on the conversation.
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    Re: Worst player for the Reds

    Quote Originally Posted by dburke1337 View Post
    This thread is just asking to be a flame-fest.

    It's tongue-in-cheek.
    We'll burn that bridge when we get to it.

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    Re: Worst player for the Reds

    Yeah, I got to that after I looked at it a second time, but I didn't have the motivation to go back and edit it.

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    Re: Worst player for the Reds

    In seriousness...Rick White. A close second by Tony Womack. Then Chris Hammond. Then the rest of our initial BP after Stormy and Coffey.

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    Re: Worst player for the Reds

    Quote Originally Posted by registerthis View Post
    It's tongue-in-cheek.
    that's funny. it doesn't taste like "cheek".
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    Re: Worst player for the Reds

    Plus, when we traded with the Nats... all those players, awful.

    And "Everyday on the DL" Eddie?


    ....yep. Fire Wayne K too. Worst GM ever.

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    Re: Worst player for the Reds

    Quote Originally Posted by AvesIce51 View Post
    In seriousness...Rick White. A close second by Tony Womack. Then Chris Hammond. Then the rest of our initial BP after Stormy and Coffey.
    Aves, what about Rick in Philly???

    Maybe Hume just wasn't getting him his favorite donut, which we all know is a caramel long john with extra caramel!
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    Re: Worst player for the Reds

    Womack leads my list

    Followed closely by Royce Clayton and Jason LaRue

    Those 3 right there, what a hat trick of ___________

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    Re: Worst player for the Reds

    It's got to be Brandon Watson, after all, that guy didn't even get an at bat. At least Andy Abad got to swing a couple of times.

    On the flip side, Chris Michalak is the team's MVP, as he currently leads the squad with an OPS of 1.100.

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    Re: Worst player for the Reds

    Gosling or Burns, Burns or Gosling?

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    Re: Worst player for the Reds

    Joe Hoerner, reliever (40-years-old)... 1977 REDS.

    >> 8 games... 6IP, 9H, 3BB, 4ER. 12.00 ERA, 2.00 WHIP.
    Small market fan... always hoping, but never expecting.


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