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Reds & # 39; Derek Dietrich, who every MLB team went on on this offseason, hit three home runs in big night vs. Pirates



Back on November 20, 2018, Marlins appointed the assistant Derek Dietrich for the task. A few days later, the baseball world found out he had cleared the waiver, so he hit the free bureau where he sat for a long time. On February 19, 2019, Dietrich signed a minor league agreement with Reds.

In between everything, each team had the chances of acquiring Dietrich very cheaply and did not. For many it was a big mistake.

Dietrich homered Monday and then three times on Tuesday, helping to get Reds within three games at .500 (CIN 1

1, PIT 6). Here are the shots:

The shoulder moves on the dugout! I have visions of MJ that goes nuts over the arch, but we stick to baseball.

Dietrich is baking .254 / .364 / .720 (!) With 16 homers and 33 RBI during the season. Now it must be said that the red players in a hitter-friendly park, but Dietrich is hitting .241 / .384 / .569 on the road, which is quite tasty. He mostly played second base and sent +1 defensive runs saved in the season from that place, which is not a big measure in a small test, but the point is that he has not been horrible. He can also play first base and corner udfield positions and has played third before.

We can't guarantee Dietrich would have this season elsewhere, but several teams seem to be making a mistake by passing him.

We can start with Marlins, who, if they had kept him instead of cutting him to save a few million dollars, would probably have a very attractive trading candidate in July to help keep storing their farming system .

Cubs got a .204 / .277 / .322 line from second basemen this season and signed Daniel Descalso (also a lefty who plays second) for a two-year, $ 5 million deal in an offseason when ownership said money was tight.

The Indians also had an offseason full of half-action and have been given horrible production from another base and all three outfields. Dietrich would have been a coup for them. Instead, they have already cut bait on the rinsed versions of Carlos Gonzalez and Hanley Ramirez.

Rockies signed Daniel Murphy for a two-year, $ 24 million deal (moving him to first and Ryan McMahon to second place). Murphy hit Tuesday at .221 / .292 / .400.

Brian Dozier received a one-year, $ 9 million deal from Nationals and entered Tuesday hits .211 / .303 / .363.

Pirates fans hate him right now, but they could certainly have used Dietrich.

We could continue, but these are some of the brilliant examples. Some of them can't really be blamed for not seeing this coming, but especially the Cubs and the Indians stand out as big whiffs.

As for the reds? Good on them. They go well and approach the claim as well. When they tied their season low of being seven games during .500 on May 8, they have gone 11-7. They should not start looking at the wild card yet, but let's just say it's within striking reach if they continue to play well.


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