Do the Reds know what they’re doing?

This was originally published at LockedonReds.com.

It's getting harder and harder to buy into the Reds' rebuild. Who do you trust? Who is going to turn this organization around? Does anyone at Great American Ballpark have a plan?

A successful rebuild should be well thought-out. There should be a plan in place and the organization would stick to it. The Reds are making it up as they go along. They may say that's not the case, but their actions speak volumes.

There's no way I want Jim Riggleman near the rebuild. That sounds harsh, but he went from calling Jesse Winker the "odd man out" in the outfield on Wednesday, to putting him in the starting lineup on Friday. Maybe he read my article on benching Winker. He might've heard the entire fan base groan and roll their eyes at such an ignorant move.

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