...but I think he would play a beautiful left field for Cincinnati. And as far as batting, it’s as if he was born to bat in the fifth spot, right behind Jay Bruce.
I know Pence is a Giant, and probably will be for awhile. I was really disappointed when he re-signed with San Francisco. But hey, it’s Christmas. ...
...efully low for a guy who hit line drives at a percentage like he did (21.1%).
Probably more than anything, though, you're hoping that a now-in-prime Jay Bruce is maturing into a different hitting profile and that, not luck, was behind his .322 BABIP in 2013. Much like the inconsistency he's been dogged for...
... for you (and skipper Bryan Price) to give me the following everyday starting lineup:
Billy Hamilton – CF
Brandon Phillips – 2B
Joey Votto – 1B
Jay Bruce – RF
Todd Frazier – 3B
Ryan Ludwick – LF
Zack Cozart – SS
Devin Mesoraco – C
A ‘comeback’ year for Phillips, while batting in the two spot all...
...wise just pea-shootin'.
The Reds have announced their award winners this year, and Jamie Ramsey is on it. Choo is MVP, Latos is pitcher of the year, Jay Bruce is the Joe Nuxhall Good Guy of the Year. In the minors, Mejias-Brean is the Chief Bender winner, while Jesse Winker is the best hitter and Robert Ste...
...nner as the team’s Most Valuable Player. Starting pitcher Mat Latos earned the Johnny Vander Meer Award as most outstanding pitcher and right fielder Jay Bruce received the Joe Nuxhall Good Guy Award.
• 7-foot-4 Harlem Globetrotters star “Stretch” Middleton teamed with Reds Minor League Player of the Year S...