Red Reposter: 3/10/2009

Things are starting to pile up here, so I wanted to dump some of it out for your perusal today.

  • If you didn't see it, Reds' prospect Juan Carlos Sulbaran was very impressive getting in and out of trouble in the Netherlands' WBC game yesterday against Puerto Rico.  Doug has the play-by-play breakdown on his site.
  • Jeff Keppinger says that his legs are healthy, but his timing is a little off right now.  I'm not too worried, but I wish he wasn't still being considered an option at shortstop.  I don't think he's ever had the defense to play there.
  • Chris Sabo's Goggles is worried about Francisco Cordero.  I'm only a bit worried because he's coming off of surgery.  I just hope the Reds don't bring him north with the team if he isn't healthy.  Honestly, I'd rather see a healthy David Weathers closing than an unhealthy CoCo.
  • The rumors of Johnny Cueto's demise have been greatly exaggerated.
  • It was Turf Day yesterday at GABP.  What's that mean?  It means some pictures that kinda made me all tingly with excitement.
  • A nice article out of St. Louis about Walt Jocketty.  I like to hear, "We're building for the long haul."
  • It's preview season, and they are coming out in droves now.  Justin Inaz and Chad from Redleg Nation both answered questions for the Philly Sports Post.  Also, there are a plethora of outsiders previewing the Reds too:
  • This guy wonders if Cincinnati will ever play Cleveland in the World Series.  I'll make the bold prediction that it will happen in the next decade.
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