3 Keys to Cincinnati Reds' Cueto & Starting Staff Staying Healthy This Season

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3 Keys to Cincinnati Reds' Cueto & Starting Staff Staying Healthy This Season
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Johnny Cueto stayed healthy until it really counted.

Last season the Cincinnati Reds starting five made 161 of 162 regular season starts. The only exception being the back end of a doubleheader that saw Todd Redmond take the mound for 3.1 innings. This remarkable stretch of health is far-and-away the exception to the rule in baseballa task that will most likely not be duplicated by them again.

Four of the five starters racked up over 200 innings-pitched and 12 wins apiece. Mike Leake was the only exception, though he did still make 30 starts and accumulate 179 innings pitched from the fifth starting spot.

With Johnny Cueto recovering from his postseason oblique strain, Reds starters have a daunting task aheadstaying healthy, yet again. They may not go 161 of 162 again, but 150 of 162 is well within range.

Lets take a look at five keys to the 2013 staff remaining healthy throughout the entire season

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