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Published January 24, 2014
IF THE SCHU FITS: In Cincinnati, John Fay writes it has been "a quiet offseason for the Reds." The club "hasn't made a move since signing" 2B Skip Schumaker in December. That "seemingly doesn't give the club a lot to sell as the Winter Caravan began." Team Owner Bob Castellini said that there is "plenty to market when you look beyond additions to the roster." Castellini thinks the change in manager "will make a difference" (CINCINNATI ENQUIRER, 1/24).