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    The Senzel/Suarez situation could get interesting quicker than we think.
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    Quote Originally Posted by HammerTime View Post
    The Senzel/Suarez situation could get interesting quicker than we think.
    Suarez had a solid first half. .358 OBP with 12 HR & 44 RBI.

    How does he grade defensively?

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    Quote Originally Posted by ColonelCrazy View Post
    Suarez had a solid first half. .358 OBP with 12 HR & 44 RBI.

    How does he grade defensively?
    Not as good as Suarez (Who has made an incredible improvement), but if he's hitting .315 and getting on base 40% of the time next year in ST or AAA you might need to figure something out.

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    Quote Originally Posted by HammerTime View Post
    Not as good as Suarez (Who has made an incredible improvement), but if he's hitting .315 and getting on base 40% of the time next year in ST or AAA you might need to figure something out.
    I meant how does Suarez grade defensively. He has shown he can hit and has a reasonably team friendly contract.

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    Quote Originally Posted by HammerTime View Post
    Not as good as Suarez (Who has made an incredible improvement), but if he's hitting .315 and getting on base 40% of the time next year in ST or AAA you might need to figure something out.
    Thinking out loud here, but one of them should be able to play a corner outfield position. Move Schebler to Center. Keep Duvall.

    Not sure what you do with Winker. It's almost as if His lack of power overshadows his ability to get on base.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ColonelCrazy View Post
    I meant how does Suarez grade defensively. He has shown he can hit and has a reasonably team friendly contract.
    Why not back to SS? I don't see any reason to be married to Peraza there.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ColonelCrazy View Post
    Thinking out loud here, but one of them should be able to play a corner outfield position. Move Schebler to Center. Keep Duvall.

    Not sure what you do with Winker. It's almost as if His lack of power overshadows his ability to get on base.
    Of course it would be nice if he 25 HRs, but it doesn't worry me that much. This team could really use a guy like him in the 1 or 2 spot when Cozart is gone, ahead of Votto,Duval,Suarez.

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    I think Suarez goes back to SS. Peraza at 2b and Senzel at 3b. Schebler in CF, Winker goes to LF and Duvall in RF.

    Peraza 2b
    Winker LF
    Votto 1b
    Duvall RF
    Suarez SS
    Senzel 3B
    Schebler CF
    Barnhart C

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    Since May began, over 269 plate appearances, Jose Siri has hit .316/.356/.574 with 12 2B, 3 3B, 15 HR for Dayton.

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    MLB.com released their midseason Top 100 list, which includes 2017 draftees.

    The Reds netted 5 of the top 100.

    11. Nick Senzel
    21. Hunter Greene (highest rated player of the 2017 draft picks)
    80. Taylor Trammell
    81. Luis Castillo
    90. Tyler Mahle

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