A Quick Look Back at the 2009 Cincinnati Reds

Posted: 19th October 2009 by Russell Wight in MLB
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It has now been 14 years since the Cincinnati Reds and their fans last felt the excitement of postseason baseball. áA final record of 78-84 made 2009 the ninth consecutive losing season for the Reds. áThe season started fairly well before injuries and a lack of consistent hitting began to take their toll. Here is a quick look at the 2009 season. áI will follow up with more in-depth player reviews as the offseason rolls on. á The Good The bullpen was among the best in baseball for most of the season. áFrancisco Cordero, the club's only All-Star, converted 39 of 43 save opportunities. áNick Masset and Daniel Ray Herrera solidified their place on next year's pitching staff. After struggling in the first half of the season, Bronson Arroyo was one of baseball's best pitchers. áHis 15th a ...

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