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    Former Reds Watch Thread

    I have enjoyed these in the past, checking in to see how former Reds are doing with new teams. This is not meant to be all inclusive, just names I remembered when I scanned other team's rosters. Feel free to add more or update these as the season progresses.

    Position Players:

    Jose Peraza - .265/.308/.327/.634
    Jose Iglesias - .405/.410/.595/1.005
    Todd Frazier - .311/.380/.556/.936
    Shin-Soo Choo - .188 /.316/.500/.816
    Adam Duvall - .318/.385/.636/1.021
    Didi Gregorius - .321/.367/.536/.902
    Matt Kemp - .258/.378/.516/.895

    Pitchers:

    Asher Wojciechowski - 5.40 ERA 5.57 FIP
    Tanner Roark- 5.63 ERA 6.59 FIP
    Austin Brice - 4.70 ERA 5.67 FIP
    Jimmy Herget - 6.00 ERA 5.63 FIP
    Matt McGill - 0.00 ERA 3.37 FIP
    Tanner Rainey - 1.35 ERA 3.12 FIP
    Dylan Floro - 0.00 ERA 1.32 FIP
    Johnny Cueto - 5.40 ERA 5.37 FIP
    “We’re going to get the pitching.” -Bob Castellini
    “You got the pitching, now what?” - Reds fans

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    Re: Former Reds Watch Thread

    I felt not keeping Jose Iglesias made the Reds a lesser team.

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    Quote Originally Posted by scotly50 View Post
    I felt not keeping Jose Iglesias made the Reds a lesser team.
    I really think the Reds tried to extend him through this year and his team wanted more. Maybe they wanted 2 years, or more money, but I'm sure at some point mid-2019 they wanted to add him for another year.

    Glad to see Frazier still going. He's had a pretty solid career. I feel like he and the league molded in a lot of the same ways (3rd base defense and power have been hot commodities since he broke into the league) and it allowed some of his flaws to get a pass.

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    Quote Originally Posted by scotly50 View Post
    I felt not keeping Jose Iglesias made the Reds a lesser team.
    Agreed. I'll never understand why they let him go. Old time ball player who works hard, plays amazing defense and wants to be part of a team. We would be a lot better off with him at SS.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Red in Atl View Post
    Agreed. I'll never understand why they let him go. Old time ball player who works hard, plays amazing defense and wants to be part of a team. We would be a lot better off with him at SS.
    Because that money was used to sign Moose and Castellanos.
    ...the 2-2 to Woodsen and here it comes...and it is swung on and missed! And Tom Browning has pitched a perfect game! Twenty-seven outs in a row, and he is being mobbed by his teammates, just to the thirdbase side of the mound.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CySeymour View Post
    Because that money was used to sign Moose and Castellanos.
    Jose Iglesias signed for a $3M contract. Freddy Galvis’ 2020 $5M option was picked up by the Reds.
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    Quote Originally Posted by CySeymour View Post
    Because that money was used to sign Moose and Castellanos.
    Not the case. He signed for very little. His total cost for 2020 is a 2.5 million salary, $500K for 2021 option if not exercised, and 1 million buyout for Galvis. Total = 4 million.

    Galvis costs us 5 million. So we would have saved 1 million by keeping Iglesias over Galvis.
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    Pretty cool to see Duvall producing after he was written off and in AAA most of last year. Looks like Frazier might last as long as Dunn did.

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    Quote Originally Posted by davereds24 View Post
    Pretty cool to see Duvall producing after he was written off and in AAA most of last year. Looks like Frazier might last as long as Dunn did.
    I thought for sure that Duvall would opt out since he’s diabetic, but it doesn’t seem to be holding him back.
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    Quote Originally Posted by davereds24 View Post
    Pretty cool to see Duvall producing after he was written off and in AAA most of last year. Looks like Frazier might last as long as Dunn did.
    Yeah, Duvall seemed like a pretty good guy. Glad that Sims is doing OK on the return.
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    Re: Former Reds Watch Thread

    Are we including guys that was in the farm system, but traded as a prospect....hence never played for the Reds like Grandal? Or just guys that officially played for the Reds?
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    Re: Former Reds Watch Thread

    Quote Originally Posted by 757690 View Post
    I have enjoyed these in the past, checking in to see how former Reds are doing with new teams. This is not meant to be all inclusive, just names I remembered when I scanned other team's rosters. Feel free to add more or update these as the season progresses.

    Position Players:

    Jose Peraza - .265/.308/.327/.634
    Jose Iglesias - .405/.410/.595/1.005
    Todd Frazier - .311/.380/.556/.936
    Shin-Soo Choo - .188 /.316/.500/.816
    Adam Duvall - .318/.385/.636/1.021
    Didi Gregorius - .321/.367/.536/.902
    Matt Kemp - .258/.378/.516/.895

    Pitchers:

    Asher Wojciechowski - 5.40 ERA 5.57 FIP
    Tanner Roark- 5.63 ERA 6.59 FIP
    Austin Brice - 4.70 ERA 5.67 FIP
    Jimmy Herget - 6.00 ERA 5.63 FIP
    Matt McGill - 0.00 ERA 3.37 FIP
    Tanner Rainey - 1.35 ERA 3.12 FIP
    Dylan Floro - 0.00 ERA 1.32 FIP
    Johnny Cueto - 5.40 ERA 5.37 FIP
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    Re: Former Reds Watch Thread

    LOL at Matt Kemp being a part of this conversation.

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    Re: Former Reds Watch Thread

    In addition to the players mentioned in the OP:

    -Wandy Peralta in 7 appearances for the Giants has thrown 6.1 IP with 3 BB and 8 K with a 5.68 ERA.

    -Billy Hamilton is 0-9 with 1 SB for the Mets.

    -Homer Bailey had made 1 start for the Twins and went 5 IP with 2 BB & 4 K's and allowed 2 runs.

    - Jared Hughes has allowed 1 hit in 3 appearances out of the Mets bullpen.

    - Ryan Lavarnway has 2 hits in 6 ab's for the Marlins.

    - Jay Bruce slashing .261/.346/.696/1.042 for the Phillies.

    - Edinson Volquez still hanging around with 6 appearances out of the Rangers pen with a 6.75 ERA

    - Alex Wood has made 1 appearance with the Dodgers going 3 innings and allowing 3 runs.

    - Edwin Encarnacion slashing .200/.250/.300/.550 in 30 AB's for the White Sox.
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