The Cincinnati Reds‘ offseason has been rather lackluster and has produced a number of winners and losers.

The team had a number of opportunities to improve the roster this offseason but, generally speaking, favored the idea of saving money for upcoming contract extensions for the likes of Homer Bailey and Mat Latos, among others.

Because of that, most of the team’s winners and losers—e.g. Tony Cingrani and Joey Vottohave been the product of offseason inactivity. Although the offseason is far from over, the team looks to be content with its current crop of players, and unless something changes within the front office, then these winners and losers will be here to stay through spring training.

With that said, here’s a look at the six biggest winners and losers from the Reds’ offseason.


Stats courtesy of Contract figures courtesy of Cot’s Baseball Contracts.

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