One Stat That Sums Up Each Cincinnati Reds Position Player's 2012 Season

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One Stat That Sums Up Each Cincinnati Reds Position Player's 2012 Season
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Brandon Phillips and the Cincinnati Reds hope some of the team's numbers continue to progress.

Every season features telling statistics, and each of the Cincinnati Reds' position players had some interesting numbers.

After winning the National League Central in 2012, it is easy to see eye-popping numbers from the players. While most of the players had good stats, some players had numbers that summed up their seasons in a bad way.

The Reds had three rookies (Zack Cozart, Todd Frazier and Devin Mesoraco) receive regular playing time. The rookies had mixed results, but there is plenty of time for them to improve.

Veteran utility players Miguel Cairo and Wilson Valdez are gone. Third baseman Scott Rolen is still weighing his options, but John Fay of the Cincinnati Enquirer makes it sound like Rolen wants to play this season. Let's assume the third baseman is back in Cincinnati this summer.

Cincinnati has brought in players such as Shin-Soo Choo, Jack Hannahan and Jason Donald from the Cleveland Indians, although Donald will be the odd man out if Rolen comes back.

Each position player projected to make the roster had at least one telling statistic in 2012.

 

*All stats are from ESPN.com

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