Reds Like Fogg

Tuesday, January 8, 2008

The Reds and Josh Fogg are in contract discussions, according to the Cincinnati Enquirer. Fogg was 10-9 with 4.94 ERA for Colorado last year. It was the fifth time in six years he's won at least 10 games, which is great for a team looking for a reliable starter. Fogg will probably make four million dollars, and the Reds appear ready to give him that after cutting off talks with the Orioles over Erik Bedard.

3 comments:

KevinGillman 10:06 PM CST  

Fogg is actually a good pickup for the Reds. Not as good as Bedard would have been, but he should give them 10-12 wins.

tripleauk 1:44 AM CST  

This is nowhere near a good idea, Fogg is a flyball pitcher who allows far too many homers while also walking too many and striking out few, not a good fit for GABP whatsoever. Fogg would be very lucky to reach double digits is wins in our park and would probably command 5-7 mil per season with a 2 or 3 year deal. We're better off with what we have, please pass Krivsky.

KevinGillman 9:31 PM CST  

but what Fogg has now is WS experience, he played at Coors Field and still finished with 10 wins. I understand what you mean, but he can still help the Reds.