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I still maintain in my heart that Choi and Murton both could have been something
You know who was quite a good bunter? Dave Kingman.
Yes, it makes utterly no sense, but it's a fact nonetheless. The universe is a weird place.
Actually, my recollection is that Kingman really hated to run... so assuming he saw the bunt (sac bunt, I guess) as another way to avoid running it makes some degree of sense. The obvious follow-up is why he'd never take a walk, but that's explained by the fact he'd have to potentially deal with what happens from 1B to 2B to 3B back to the plate.
The regular rotation missed ONE start all of last year
The Reds offense is mostly built with homegrown players.
With the Reds, Baker has played a number of younger players but then he hasn't been given a whole lot of choice.
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