The Reds improved to finish in fourth place in the NL Central in 2019. They have the material to keep progressing. The front office executives seem determined to build a winner. They engaged in a busy offseason and spent $64 million to bring Mike Moustakas and Nick Castellanos to the Reds. They gave Japanese outfielder Shogo Akiyama $21 million. Eugenio Suarez and outfielder Aristides Aquino swing good bats. The pitching staff, for years the team's weakness, is now considered the Reds' strength. It is good pitching that wins pennants. Luis Castillo and Sonny Gray make up a quality starting duo. Trevor Bauer joins the rotation and should bring some maturity to the staff. Anthony DeSclafani was able to avoid injury last year and turned in a stellar performance. The bullpen is solid with Raisel Iglesiasis returning as the closer. Amir Garrett and Michael Lorenzen are capable setup men. Buy quality-assured Cincinnati Reds sports face masks at MLB DESIGN FACE MASKS SHOP.