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The Cincinnati Reds have a slight bench-bat conundrum

The Cincinnati Reds have a slight bench-bat conundrum

Photo by Jamie Sabau/ I’ve heard using ‘conundrum’ in a title is good for SEO. There are a few common threads between the player pool consisting of Phillip Ervin, Jose Peraza, Alex Blandino, Curt Casali, Kyle Farmer, and Michael Lorenzen. For one, they’re all part of the Cincinnati Reds active roster at the moment, and while each managed to chip-in with various contributions during the 2019 season, none of them profile as full-time regulars as the club points towards the 2020 season. That sixsome, at this very moment, pretty well profiles as the current go-to bench for the Reds...

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