Happy holidays to everyone in The Riverfront family. This week, Bill, Nate, and I discuss what’s on our Christmas wish lists when it comes to the Cincinnati Reds.

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6 Responses

  1. Tom N

    At least one bullpen stud
    Sign a free-agent cf or RF who can hit and play D
    Quality backup C

  2. Andy

    This one will make Doug mad… an end to the lockout with NFL style revenue sharing and salary caps that put Reds on even footing with rest of league. (I also want dramatically improved minor league and pre-arb payscale, and much faster draft-to-free-agency timeframe.)

  3. doofus

    New primary owner. Someone who will REALLY commit the resources to build a championship team.

  4. LDS

    I made a list in my head but Santa said I was greedy. So I’d settle for replacing Bell.

  5. old-school

    My Christmas wish list would be Eugenio Suarez undergoing a complete 180 degree reversal to his current approach as a hitter and eschew pulling the ball and hitting it in the air and instead focusing on plate discipline , hitting line drives to all parts of the field and getting back to being a solid right handed hitter, instead of hunting home runs.
    A very sobering in depth look at Suarez over at MLB traderumors which suggests advanced analytics pointed to some trends downward even in his 2019 season.