The Reds are in the basement in baseball's weakest division, but considering the state of the division race, they could decide to stand pat, unless the Reds do start entertaining offers for some of their more tradeable talent, like first baseman Scott Hatteberg or outfielder Adam Dunn. And we can probably expect the annual round of Ken Griffey Jr. trade rumors to start swirling.
Free Agents:
Bobby Abreu, Yankees

Moises Alou, Mets

Milton Bradley, Athletics

Mark Buehrle, White Sox

Paul Byrd, Indians

Eric Byrnes, Diamondbacks

Mike Cameron, Padres

Luis Castillo, Twins

Bartolo Colon, Angels

Francisco Cordero, Brewers

Adam Dunn, Reds

Jermaine Dye, White Sox

David Eckstein, Cardinals

Scott Eyre, Cubs

Freddy Garcia, Phillies

Luis Gonzalez, Dodgers

Shawn Green, Mets

Livan Hernandez, Diamondbacks

Trevor Hoffman, Padres

Torii Hunter, Twins

Jason Isringhausen, Cardinals

Geoff Jenkins, Brewers

Jason Jennings, Astros

Andruw Jones, Braves

Todd Jones, Tigers

Jason Kendall, Athletics

Jeff Kent, Dodgers

Mike Lamb, Astros

Jon Lieber, Phillies

Scott Linebrink, Padres

Paul Lo Duca, Mets

Mike Lowell, Red Sox

Joe Nathan, Twins

Odalis Perez, Royals

Jorge Posada, Yankees

Mariano Rivera, Yankees

*Alex Rodriguez, Yankees

Ivan Rodriguez, Tigers

Kenny Rogers, Tigers

Reggie Sanders, Royals

Curt Schilling, Red Sox

Ichiro Suzuki, Mariners

Mike Sweeney, Royals

Julian Tavarez, Red Sox

Omar Vizquel, Giants

Bob Wickman, Braves

Randy Wolf, Dodgers

Kerry Wood, Cubs

Carlos Zambrano, Cubs