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The Cincinnati Reds look like a team that may be ready to rebuild after a disappointing season and losing arguably the ace of their staff.
Matt Latos has moved on, as he is now a member of the Miami Marlins. The top of the rotation is still pretty solid though, featuring Johnny Cueto and Homer Bailey.
While there has to be some concern over how the Reds fared last year, rebound seasons from both Joey Votto and Jay Bruce would do wonders. Votto and Bruce both struggled with injuries and saw major drops in their production.
The Reds did add Marlon Byrd, but he isn't getting any younger and it's hard to rely on him repeating last year's production. Brandon Phillips also isn't getting any younger and has seen his numbers drop the past couple of years.
The most exciting player on the field is Billy Hamilton, who had a strong rookie season. If he can continue to raise his on-base percentage, his stolen base numbers are going to go through the roof.
Cincinnati appears to be heading in the wrong direction while the division gets better. St. Louis always seems to be at the top, Pittsburgh is suddenly a legitimate contender and Chicago is ready to make a big jump.
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