I wouldn't be surprised, if the Reds decide to sign Dunn LT if while Yonder is working his way up if they have him play both 1b and 3b. He could be Miguel Cabrera like out there. I think he could do well enough there where his bat will far outweigh any lack of D. They say he has the arm for it and that he played 3b in HS but when he got to Miami Ryan Braun was there so they put him at 1st.
Another thing to think about it that Yonder if really good friends with A-Rod, they talk to each other a few times a week and have workout together, so he would probably be seeking his mentoring during the offseason.
Any who it could work. For those who complain about there being two many lefties with Votto, Bruce, Dunn, Alonso, all of those besides Dunn hit lefties just fine, Votto actually hits lefties better than righties, thus it wouldn't be bad at all
EE could be dealt in a package for catching help
I mean just imagine a lineup with Bruce, Votto, BP, Kepp, Alonso, and Dunn in it
Of course there is always Todd Fraizer for LF if he hurrys his progress.
Regardless there are many choices for us in which to go and the future of the Reds offense looks very very bright