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The Cincinnati Reds came out of virtually nowhere last year to take the National League Central division title, and they are hoping for a repeat performance in 2011.
It certainly won't be easy with the St. Louis Cardinals and revamped Milwaukee Brewers gunning for them, but the Reds are easily the most talented team in the division on paper. Fortunately for the rest of the division, the game is played on the field.
The Reds didn't make many offseason changes, but they did sign World Series MVP Edgar Renteria to be a utility infielder. He is a great teammate and guy to have in the clubhouse and should strengthen the bench.
Joey Votto had a breakout season to win National League MVP, and he might be just scratching the surface. The same can be said of Jay Bruce, who is projected to be an All-Star outfielder but hasn't quite gotten there yet.
It's going to come down to the starting rotation and whether or not their young, talented arms can match up with the more experienced, established pitchers in the division. Johnny Cueto and Edinson Volquez have as much talent as anyone out there, but can they stay healthy?
The Reds are the favorites to win the division, and provided they play up to their talent level, should be able to hold off St. Louis and Milwaukee. If not, they still stand a good chance of locking up the wild card berth.
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