2014 was an altogether forgettable season for the Cincinnati Reds, a club that had won at least 90 games in three of the previous for years. With slugging first baseman Joey Votto sidelined by injuries and an overall lackluster performance, as a whole, the club is no-doubt ready to turn the page to 2015.
This ongoing series will take a look at each NL Central club, breaking down their respective starting rotations, bullpens, position players, management and overall outlook heading into the 2015 campaign.
Here is the full schedule for the series (which also includes a look at our very own Cubs):
Monday 3/30: Milwaukee Brewers
Wednesday 4/1: Cincinnati Reds
Thursday 4/2: Pittsburgh Pirates
Friday 4/3: Chicago Cubs
Saturday 4/4: St. Louis Cardinals
But first, a look at a Cincinnati Reds club that made some major moves this offseason; but will those moves improve the club in the season ahead?