The Cincinnati Reds are looking to win the National League Central and make a deep playoff run in 2013, so it's time to evaluate the team's offseason moves.
For the second straight offseason, the team stayed put at the winter meetings. Just like last year, the Reds made some major moves after the meetings wrapped up.
Aroldis Chapman will try to move from closer to the rotation, but that move won't be evaluated because of his impact as closer. However, it could end up being the biggest decision of the offseason.
Cincinnati had three glaring needs entering the offseason: leadoff man, center fielder/left fielder and adding to the bench. A reliever was also part of the list, but the team had bigger needs to fill.
It's unclear if third baseman Scott Rolen will return or retire, but it would be a good addition if he accepted a bench role. He's a clubhouse leader and is still a great defender. Having him mentor Frazier can only help the team. It would rank among the best moves of the offseason if he returns.
Most of the roster stays intact, so the Reds are in great position to make a playoff run in 2013. The offseason moves should only enhance the team's chances next season.
So what was the most important move of the offseason?
Feel free to make an argument for any moves that should be swapped.
*Stats are from ESPN.com