First Quarter Grades for Cincinnati Reds

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First Quarter Grades for Cincinnati Reds
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The Cincinnati Reds have been through so much early in the 2013 MLB season, and it's time to see how the team grades out at each unit.

In the first two weeks of the season, the Reds lost their cleanup hitter, ace and a setup man all to the disabled list. With a few other injuries added onto those key injuries, the team could have struggled mightily through the first six weeks. Instead, it battled through adversity to stay in contention.

Playing the Washington Nationals and St. Louis a combined 13 times already—10 of which have been on the road—and playing 20 games in 20 days is no easy task, especially when injuries have come into play.

Not many teams would be able to pull off a 23-16 record under those circumstances, but Cincinnati has managed to stay strong.

Even the bat boy, Teddy Kremer, has given the team some life and energy.

Each unit on the team was able to pull off exceptional grades, so check out how the team did in different aspects of the game through six weeks.


*All stats are from as of 5/14/2013

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