The thing with him is that despite all his errors this year, he's still got the rep of having a great glove. The Reds - and the media - need to keep saying this over and over again as many times as possible so if they do decide to trade him, they will trade him to someone who needs that great glove at SS. It seems to me that defensive reps are hard to shake. Unless a guy like EE starts winning a passel of Gold Gloves, his rep as a bad defensive player is going to follow him no matter how much he improves. Look at Royce Clayton last year. He was supposed to be a great glove at SS but we all know how that turned out. But, no worries for Royce because the Blue Jays signed him. Maybe there's an ancient Indian burial ground under SS at GAB.