From Cincinnati.com -I get the feeling that the Reds' emphasis for free agency will be on relief pitching because the talent pool is deeper than it is for starters.
The Reds got of the gate early last year by signing Alex Gonzalez. That could happen again -- before the market gets too high.
The question is will the Reds make a run at someone like Francisco Cordero (44 saves, 2.98 ERA), the best closer on the list of free agents not named Mariano Rivera. Cordero's going to get a whole lot of money.
My guess that the payroll would be in the $75 million range may have been low. The club is going get to more in revenue-sharing and luxury tax, so maybe they can shop with the big boys.-John Fay
So what do u guys think could the reds really pull in Francisco Cordero?